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Fun Facts for Horses
Wild horses are loved by millions all over the world. The iconic wild mustang is pure Americana, symbolizing unbridled freedom, power, determination, and the Wild West. Our wildness resonates deep within all of us, and is essential to our whole. North America is the literal birthplace of the wild horse. The magic of the horse originated on this land, then culminated globally and marked a turning point in the history of mankind. No other animal has had such influence and impact on humankind's development. To the wild horse, to the tamed horse, we owe immense gratitude and respect, for the horse gave two-legged creatures a massive advantage and was instrumental in our development and our survival. Humankind will forever owe a great debt to the horse. Thanks to our documented history, we are able to know that wild horses are not feral, for all bloodlines always lead back to their native birth place. The wild horse originated and fully developed right here on this land throughout the west and then migrated to what later became other continents. Let us recognize and nurture this unique legacy, for there is no other place on Earth like this. Let us celebrate our native treasure.
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fun facts for cats
bullet Cats are one of, if not the most, popular pet in the world.
bullet Cats have flexible bodies and teeth adapted for hunting small animals such as mice and rats.
bullet Cats have powerful night vision, allowing them to see at light levels six times lower than what a human needs in order to see.
bullet Older cats can at times act aggressively towards kittens.
bullet Domestic cats love to play, this is especially true with kittens who love to chase toys and play fight. Play fighting among kittens may be a way for them to practice and learn skills for hunting and fighting.
bullet On average cats live for around 12 to 15 years.
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fun facts for dogs
bullet Dogs often dream. In fact, they experience similar stages of dreaming to humans - including rapid eye movement. Twitches and paw movements are just some of the ways you can spot a dreaming dog. Even more amazing? Harvard experts suggest that your dog is quite likely to be dreaming about… you. Aww.
bullet They can be as smart as two year-old children – with the ability to learn a similar average number of words. Topping the intelligence category are Border Collies – with some clever collies understanding up to 200 words. Poodles, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers and Dobermans followed as the smartest dogs.
bullet A dog’s sense of smell is 10,000 better than ours. They can even use this super sense to detect diseases such as cancers and diabetes.
bullet A wagging tail to greet you is one of the most recognisable forms of communication we see from dogs, but it isn’t always a positive one. Tail wagging to the right can mean they’re happy, but over to the left it could mean they’re frightened. If they raise their tail, it might mean that they’re anxious.
bullet Dogs sometimes share our emotions – getting stressed or upset when their owners do. They can feel a range of emotions, from optimism and pessimism to depression and jealousy, and of course, a whole lot of love and affection.
bullet It’s an old myth that dogs see in black and white. Although they see differently to humans, they’re still able to detect strains of yellow and blue and are only red-green colour blind.
bullet Dogs’ paws can be smelly, but with good reason – their sweat glands are located on the pads on their paws.
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