Researchers confirmed that horses learn socially across species, in this case from familiar humans.
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Tractors, breeches, and horse-themed jewelry might make up your wish list. But what would your horse ask Santa for?
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Przewalski's and domestic horses feed exclusively on grass, while wild asses feed on grass along with shrubs in winter.
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