Asian Wild Horse

Eqqus ferus

Eqqus ferus, the last endangered wild horse
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Bio-geographical Information

*located in Mongolia

*not territorial, but stallions are protective and compete for the mares

*only horse to not be domesticated

*do not migrate

*live in communities with one dominant male and several mares

*discovered in !5th century by John Schlitberger

Current Status and Conservation

*as of 1990 there was over 1500 in wild

*populations are increasing

*3 reintroduction sites

*Prevent contact with domestic species

*Species Survival Plan

*Status and Action Plan


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