Przewalski’s Horse

Przewalkski’s horse is not territorial and although herds don’t mix, they will share territory because the stallions are more protective of their mares than their territory.

Przewalski’s horse is not territorial. Although herds don’t mix, they will share territory because the stallions are more protective of their mares than their territory.

Home range sizes in Hustai National Park varied from 120 to 2,400 hectacres and, in addition to grazing sites, included a permanent water source, patches of forest, and ridges with rocky outcrops. In the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area, home ranges of 150 to 825 kilometers² were reported.


Image | © Ronald Woan, Some Rights Reserved, (CC BY-NC 2.0)
Sources | Denver Zoological Foundation, 1997; Luu, 2002; Kaczensky, Ganbaatar, von Wehrden, & Walzer, 2008; King, Boyd, Zimmermann, & Kendall, 2015; King & Gurnell, 2005

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