Interesting facts about the horse you may not have known (Part 1)

In this article, we will introduce the most detailed information about the horse including: classification, characteristics, feed.

Horses are wise and loved by humans. Horses have been with humans since ancient times, horses can understand human voices, recognize people and can sleep in a 3-legged position, there are many more interesting things we all learn together.

Classification and feed of horses

It is a mammal of the family Equidae, order Perissodactyla. Horses belong to one of eight subspecies that still exist today, it is available from 45 to 55 million years ago.

They mainly live in the forested regions of Europe, East Asia and North America. Over millions of years, gradually this new species evolved into a three-finger herbivore (ungulate). Eventually evolution left only one finger on the nails.

Twenty million years ago, the forests of North America were a vast area of ​​grassland. In order to adapt to the new environment, the horse evolved longer limbs so that it could easily walk on large grasslands or run away from enemies quickly. Horses are very easy to keep, because they like to eat almost all vegetables, fruits, paddy, rice, etc.

Characteristics and adult stage of the horse

Horses are animals of a rather high stature with very smooth feathers, strong and muscular 4 legs and long tail. They are usually golden brown or dark brown. From the period of birth to 3 months of age, the horse develops slowly, from 3 to 6 months, 6 to 9 months and 9 to 12 months, it develops very quickly.

From 18 to 24 months, the horse will develop repetition. During the period from 24 to 30 months of age, the horse officially enters the adult stage, at that time the growth rate is lowest.

It can be understood that the size of the horse is divided into four parts: The first year the horse develops in height, the second year the horse develops in length, the third year focuses on developing width and the last year develops depth and wide.