Where Do Horses Live?


Domesticated horses live in stables. Although most horses today are domesticated, the Przewalski's Horse is the only remaining true wild horse
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Horses live on every continent inhabited by humans. All horses generally need open, grassy spaces to roam.
Domestic horses depend on human beings for shelter. The place in which they are sheltered is called a stable. They are mostly found in farms and ranches. Only one undomesticated species known as the Przewalski horse still exists and lives in Mongolia. Horses can sleep while either sleeping or standing up.
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