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We could say without a doubt that the horse is the most beautiful, noble, and agile animal that can be in this world. This species has been evolving for many years and has accompanied man in the process.
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Horses are a great help as they are used for agricultural activities, as well as being of great entertainment as they are also used in races or exhibitions.
The horse belongs to the Equine family and is scientifically called Equus ferus caballus.
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There are about 86 different breeds in the world. The horse family includes three groups of wild mammals: zebras, donkeys, and finally, the horses themselves.
The horse was a small herbivorous mammal that lived in the Eocene era, some 55 million years ago.
It is said that it was about 20 to 40 cm high and that it was quite similar to a dog. They had an arched back and had four fingers on the front extremities and three on the back extremities that ended in quite healthy nails.
To feed themselves, they took the tender leaves of the bushes, since their teeth were only adapted for it. Their eyes were more in the center of the head, which did not allow them to see very well.
Until the horse, as we know it today, there was a significant evolution in different continents.
It is said that it was after the Pliohippus species, which began to have teeth and extremities similar to today’s horses.
This species lived about 12 thousand years ago, besides being the first monodactyl, so these animals were gaining speed to escape from predators. But it was not until the Pleistocene that the horse began to look like the one we know today.
It was a long evolution until reaching the current Equus that was the only genus of the family that could survive thanks to its ability to adapt.
The first specimen emerged about 5 million years ago. Throughout history, the Equus has accompanied humanity in wars, crops, migrations, and travel for over 3,500 years and represents the most successful adaptation in the process of evolution of the horse.