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There are only about 2,000 Przewalski horses left in the world, but in October six endangered members of this species arrived in Russia. Scientists hope to restore them in the ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
National Geographic

Przewalski’s Horse

Przewalski's horses are the last surviving subspecies of wild horse. First described scientifically in the late 19th century by Russian explorer N. M. Przewalski, for whom the horse is named, ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
In 1880, Russian explorer Nikolai Przewalski encountered a small population of wild horses while traversing central Asia. The horses were compact, with heavy limbs and strong necks. They had dun ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
The first thing you should know about Przewalski's horse is how to say it. Przewalski is a Polish word, and it belongs to Nikolai Przhevalsky. But we're getting ahead of ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
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An animal reserve in Kent in Britain has welcomed a newborn Przewalski’s horse foal to its herd. The filly foal was born at , one of Kent’s most popular visitor ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
Return to Freedom
Przewalski’s horses are the only breed which was never domesticated. They were once common across Russia’s and Mongolia’s steppes, but were slowly hunted down. Now, coming back from the brink ... Read More
September 23, 2016AnnieFannie
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