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Steppe horse


Steppe horse refers to various domesticated horse and wild horse species, particularly those from Siberia and other parts of western Asia

A species of horse that inhabited the North American steppes in the Pleistocene. It was one the last of North America's equids before becoming extinct at the end of the last ice age.[citation needed]



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