What horses existed in prehistoric America?

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It depends on how 'prehistoric' you mean. Horses were introduced by Europeans. Answer2: Horses evolved over the North American and Eurasian continents before going extinct in North America during the last ice age. They were reintroduced by the
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It depends on how 'prehistoric' you mean. Horses were introduced by Europeans. Answer2: Horses evolved over the North American and Eurasian continents before going ...
Horses were never introduced to North America. Horses were known to already originate in North America. However, throughout many years, horses began to disappear ...
Wow, that's a lot to ask for on WikiAnswers, but I will try. In prehistoric times Asians migrated to the Americas. In South America the Incas (in the country known ...
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