Researchers Examine Ancient Stallions' Genetic Diversity

Whoever says, "men are all alike," might also be able to say this about modern domestic stallions. According to new Y chromosome-specific DNA research on ancient horses, stallions were far more genetically diverse before humans domesticated them.

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