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Transcript of Horses
What Country Did Horses
Originate? Horses evolved for millions of years in North America Then they spread to different parts
of the world
South America, Europe and Asia What Are
The Things Horses
Need to Have for Food? Water Hay Grain The Most Common Color
in Horses Chesnut Bay Black Palomino Intelligence
in Horses In the beginning, horses were considered unintelligent. But, they are highly intelligent and creative. Horses History Many years ago, horses have contributed helping humans.
In the beginning, horses were all wild animals like zebras are today. Horse have evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from now.
Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BC; their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC. Poseidon or Neptune
the god of the sea Horse in the history Centaur. The Horseman
(half horse and half man). Pegasus, mythological creatures, a Greek legend The Trojan, Greek's bearing gifts 1.)CLYDESDALE
5.)AMERICAN PAINT The most famous types of breeds 6.)APPALOOSA
10.)GELDERLANDER The Horse’s Senses
Horses have very good sight. They have the largest eyes of any land mammal. They can nearly see all around their body and in front of themselves. Smell
The sense smell is very important for a horse to survive in the wild. It can smell water from a very long distance, and will be able to find his way back home by following the smell back.
Horses prefer sweet and salty tastes. Hearing
Horses hearing is his most greatest sense. They are able to hear many things that humans won’t hear and can hear noises that are up to several kilometers away. A horse can be voice trained and will follow voice commends. Touch Horses are domesticated But, wild horses currently exist, like never-domesticated Przewalski's Horse. Cave paintings of horses
(before present) Other Type of Colors There are about 75 million
horses in the world. Horses are herbivorous mammals. Horses’ touch is extremely acute.
They can feel a fly on a single hair. They can feel any movement.
The horse’s sense of touch as the primary tool of communication between humans and horses. The
Uses for Horses Riding Racing English pleasure
riding Show jumping Questions 1. Which is The most Powerful Sense for Horses? 2. Are Horses carnivorous
or herbivorous? 3. Which are the tastes horses prefer? 4. Tell one popular use. 5. How many horses are around the world? Sources "Horse Facts." Horse Facts. N.p., n.d.
Web. 07 Apr. 2013. "Horse Facts." Horse Facts. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Apr. 2013. "The Horse in Human History." The Horse in
Human History. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Apr. 2013. OUTLINE Horses in The History.
Where horses were found?
What are the things horses need for food?
The most famous types of breeds?
The most common colors in horses and others.
Intelligence in horses
Senses in horses
The most common uses in horses