Horses and Humans: Eating For Two

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Equines are obligate herbivores, meaning they are designed to eat plants and only plants; they're not equipped to eat or to digest animal flesh. Humans, on the other hand, are true omnivores, meaning we'll eat practically anything. Our digestive systems are far more versatile and less specialized than the horse's.

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