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πŸ“Έ by @manifoldlm

Stallion gets too close and prompts a swift kick to the head.

Horses kick for a number of reasons, it could be for something as simple as an insect bite in the right area or a prickly weed tickling their legs – these kicks are usually of a low velocity.

When a horse is agitated or trying to defend itself, the velocity of these kicks are much higher and more importantly, they are well aimed.

Did you know?

True native horses went extinct in North America roughly 12,000 years ago.

The wild horses on the continent today were brought over from Spain in the 1600s – the horses they brought over were domesticated, so the “wild horses” we have now are descendants of trained ones.

It’s a complex issue, with many moving parts, but the $64,000 question is: should the present-day North American horse be considered a re-introduced species OR an invasive species.

#natureismetal

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