What does Kaimanawa mean?
Kaimanawa as in the Kaimanawa horse normally means 'Eat the Wild'
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If they are domesticated horses, they are called a herd. If they are mustangs (wild horses), they are called a band in the US. In the Southern Hemisphere, Australia and New Zealand, for example, they have different names. In Australia bands of wild horses are called a herd or mob of brumbies. New Zealand refers to them the same way or as Kaimanawa wild horses.
Mt Tauhara is on the edge of Lake Taupo. The Kaimanawa ranges are to the south east of the lake. National Park is on the south side of Taupo and has the three well-known large mountains: Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe, and Tongariro. These are popular places for snow sports and hiking. Pihanga (the beautiful female mountain of Maori mythology) lies south of Taupo, between Turangi township and Tongaririo.
Feral can be considered the 'type' itself as feral horses tend to develop many of the same characteristics no matter where they are found. However many feral types go by different names according to their location. Some of them are as follows: Mustang, Brumby , Kaimanawa , Sorraia, Garrano, Sable Island horse, Chincoteague / Assateauge ,Vieques , Banker horse, Cumberland Island Horse, Danube Delta horse, And many, many others.
Only one true wild-horse species survives: Przewalski's Horse, a rare Asian species which exists in Mongolia. Other feral populations include the mustangs of western america, Brumbies in Australia, and Kaimanawa horses in New Zealand. As of 2002, the world population of these horses is about 1000, all descended from approximately 15, captured around 1900 and bred in zoos. There are ongoing attempts to "breedback" to ancient lines, and to reintroduce rare species into new areas…
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