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- Gooch, Amy M.J.; Petersen, Steven L.; Collins, Gail H.; Smith, Tom S.; McMillan, Brock R.; Eggett, Dennis L.
- Journal of arid environments 2017 v.138 pp. 38-43
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; Equus; antipredatory behavior; basins; drinking; dry environmental conditions; feral animals; foraging; habitat preferences; habitats; horses; Antarctica; North America; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Feral horses (Equus callabus) occur throughout the world on all continents except Antarctica. In North America, feral horses occupy 31.6 million acres throughout western North America. Throughout their range, feral horses often share habitat with American pronghorn (Antilocapra americana). Since horses are larger and more aggressive than pronghorn, they are considered socially dominant. In the Gre ...