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Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
Animal Study Krista
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  • 1. Made by<br />Krista DeBow<br />Mongolian Wild Horses<br />
  • 2. Horse’s name<br />These horses are called Mongolian horses and Przewalski’s horses too. They are named after a Russian explorer and geographer.<br />
  • 3. What is a Mongolian Horse’s diet?<br /> Mongolian Horses occasionally eat and catch live things such as small and young animals. If they are not eating live things, they are eating grass and vegetation like grass and weeds .<br />
  • 4. conservation <br />Mongolian Horses are almost endangered but a team of scientists bred the horses for a while. They put out 150 more horses. Now, there are around 400 in 2010.<br />
  • 5. Mongolian Horses Interesting Facts <br />When a horse’s ears get bittenbyanother horse, the ears go back in shock. <br />
  • 6. Interesting Facts <br />There is a great relationship between humans and Mongolian wild horses. They get along really well.<br />
  • 7. A Mongolian horse’s life cycle <br />Mongolian horses live for about 20 years.<br />
  • 8. A Mongolian horse’s life cycle <br />After just about 4 hours, a baby horse can run fast enough to keep up with the herd. Usually only 1 horse is born to a female a year. <br />
  • 9. A Mongolian horse’s life cycle <br />Mongolian horses live in groups or families.<br />If they live in a group, they live with 3 to 20 horses.<br />
  • 10. Mongolian Wild Horse’s Habitat<br />Mongolian Wild Horses were once found in western Mongolia. They lived in grassy and desert areas. <br />
  • 11. Mongolian Wild Horse’s Habitat<br />For as long as people can remember, Mongolian horses only lived in Mongolia. Mongolian horses were last seen in the wild in 1968. Now they are only seen in zoos. <br />
  • 12. Mongolian horse’s appearance<br />Mongolian horses shed and grow back their manes and tails each year. Mongolian horses weigh 440 to 550 pounds that is 20 more pounds than a regular horse. <br />
  • 13. Other interesting information about Mongolian Wild Horses <br />When Mongolian Wild Horses get mad they kick their hind legs to hurt the other horses around them. Mongolian Wild Horses make the same noise as a regular horse. <br />
  • 14. Other interesting information about Mongolian Wild Horses<br />Mongolian Wild Horses weigh just about 370 more pounds than a human. <br />
  • 15. The way they act around other horses <br />If they have a different type of horse in their family then they will be nice to that horse. <br />If Mongolian horses do not know another horse, they will stay back from that horse. <br />
  • 16. Sources that were used <br />http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/<br />http://www.nationalgeographic.com/<br />Wild Horses, George Edward Stanley, 2001<br /> Wild Horses, John Bonnet Wexo, 1996 <br />

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