przewalski’s horse

It’s A Small World After All: Animal Body Mass Expected To Decline

Mammals and birds will get smaller over the next century, scientists at the University of Southampton predict. They believe that the animals that thrive will be small, highly fertile, insect-eating animals that can survive in a variety of habitats, like songbirds and rodents. Larger animals that need a special environment to exist will become extinct. […]

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Rare Przewalski Foal Born, To Be Reintroduced To Mongolia

A rare breed, the Przewalski’s horse was once completely extinct in the wild. Breeding in captivity has kept the breed alive and a female was recently born in a wild animal park in Ashford, UK, at the Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve. Mongolia is the Przewalski’s horse’s native habitat; the animals were declared extinct there […]

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Four Endangered Przewalski’s Horse Foals Born At Smithsonian In 2018

Four endangered Przewalski’s (sha-VAL-ski) horse foals were born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) between March and June. The first foal, a filly named Dahlores, was born March 20. The younger three foals are colts and were born March 23, April 30 and May 29. It is the first time in 28 years that […]

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