Where Did Horses Originate from?

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Horses are believed to have originated from North America. Horses in North America soon became extinct and the remaining species of horses were found living in central Asia. Horses were hunted for their meaty and skin by the Indo-Europeans.
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Based on evolution, the modern horse originated from a small dog or fox like animal. Over millions of years, this creature evolved into the form of the modern horse we know today.
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