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The first horse, was no more than twelve inches tall. It had four toes in the front, and three in the back. This horse was called a Hyracoherium. The first one toed horse was called a Plihppus. The first grazing horse was called a Merychippus.
Since horses eat mainly grass, they have two sets of teeth. One front set, and one back set of teeth. They use the front set of teeth to rip off the grass, and the back set to chew. They also eat: fruit, leaves, buds, and if they have to, bark.
Wild horses live in the plains of Mongolia. A long time ago, Mongolian wild horses had to adapt to there life today from forest life. Single male wild horses, either live alone or with other single males.