Where Do Horses Come from?

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Horses are thought to have come from North America, and by the time people were settling in these areas, they had already become extinct. The remaining live horses were found in Central Asia where they were hunted for their skin, which was used to make tents, clothes and tools.
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Horses live on every continent inhabited by humans. All horses generally need open, grassy spaces to roam.
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