Mustang Horse Physical Characteristics (45)
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86,000 wild mustangs that roam the West are at the center of raging controversy
The wild horses of the West have occupied the minds of people here since they were reintroduced to the North American continent by Spanish explorers in the 16th century. These first mustangs (from the Spanish mestengo, which means ownerless beast or stray horse ) were the predecessors of the wild horses that roam the de...
The horse's form is characteristic of an animal of speed, with long leg bones supported on the tips of the toes. The brain is large and complex; the eyes are extremely large. Horses exhibit a variety of colors and patterns. The horse's natural food is grass; for stabled horses the diet generally consists of hay and grai...
Mustangs are descendants of Spanish, or Iberian, horses that were brought to the americas by Spanish explorers in the 16th century. The name mustang Horse comes from the Spanish word mesteño or monstenco meaning wild or stray. Originally these were Spanish horses or their descendants but over the years they became