Size: 14×19 cm
Horses are naturally curious. They are curious as a foal, when they start to discover the new world where they are born in, and this continues for the rest of their lives. … Being curious is wanting to discover, to experience, to learn new things.
However, rearing also has survival value in the wild. It is a tactic that can be used to dislodge a predator that has landed on the animal’s back, it is used when equids fight one another, and a horse can rear slightly to add force when striking out with its front feet. For these reasons, horses, particularly young ones, are sometimes seen rearing when loose in a pasture, particularly when playing or mock-fighting with pasturemates.
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