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The Equus is a genera of mammal of the familiy Yequidae, to which belong horse, donkey and zebra..... Equus is the only recognised genera within the Common European Endemic Equus to include seven live sorts. Horse means any member of this category, as well as any horse. Equus, like Équidae, has a number of endangered fossil only known from fossilry.
Horses are uneven hoofed animals with slim limbs, long head, relatively long neck, mane (upright in most subspecies) and long cocks. Whereas the house and the ass (together with its savage descendants) live all over the world, savage equine stocks are restricted to Africa and Asia. There are two types of welfare system for horses: a narrow -grouped system of harems comprising an adult man or colt, several female or mare and their young or foal, and a regional system in which men build areas with habitats that draw women who are very fluid.
Horses are communicating both visual and vocal. Humans' activity has endangered savage equine population. Ecuus zebraMountain zebrasouth-western Angola, Namibia and Zuid. Horses are two socially oriented horses with two fundamental societal patterns. "Horses, zebras and donkeys." "Recalibration of Equus-Evolution by Using the Genomic Scene of an Early Middle Pleistocene Horse".
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