Horses Reconcile, Support Each Other after Conflict

After a squabble in the field, horses might "kiss and make up"--at least in their own equine way. But even more often, post-conflict horses are visited by a "peacemaker," probably to preserve the unity of the group, according to a new study by European researchers. Long-term pasturemates sometimes show reconciliatory behavior after a moment of conflict, and a t

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