from: CricketJumper on CHESTNUT
They're descended from horses brought to the Americas by the Spanish. Now, mustangs primarily live out west; Nevada has the largest mustang population, but they're also in Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming.
about 45 pecent if you average it out you see America is only about 29 to 35 percent where as Canada is about 49 to 55 so it comes to about 45
Don't know what you mean by "american lions". Most lions live in Africa. What you can get in America are Mountain Lions AKA Cougars AKA Pumas.
There are a few hundred free-roaming Mustangs survive in Alberta and British Columbia. There are currently over 33,000 feral Mustangs that still roam the United States, mostly in the states of Nevada, Montana, Wyoming and Oregon. Another 30,000 are in holding facilities. These wild horses are protected by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - in 1971, the United States Congress recognized Mustangs as "living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West, which continue to contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people." ~ Hexedgirl92
No, they are not the only true wild horses left in the US. There are many Mustangs still left wild out in the west even though once a year or so huge groups are rounded up out west to help control the population because the numbers seem to increasingly grow. yes they are, mustangs come from domesticated horses that were loose and let free
California is in the United States which is located in the North American continent.
6 and a half hawks left
no where she was born in North America and never left.
Wild horses in North America are direct descendants of horses brought to America from Europe by the Spanish and later migrants. They are probably not directly descended from the horses who left their fossilized bones on the American continent millennia before Columbus.
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55,000 in north america