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        Horse

        The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a large, hoofed mammal that has been domesticated at least since Biblical times, four to six thousand years ago. Approximately 75 million horses inhabit the world today; and, as in the past, they are used for transportation, farm work, and recreation.

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        The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a large, hoofed mammal that has been domesticated at least since Biblical times, four to six thousand years ago. Approximately 75 million horses inhabit the world today; and, as in the past, they are used for transportation, farm work, and recreation.

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        The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a large, hoofed mammal that has been domesticated at least since Biblical times, four to six thousand years ago. Approximately 75 million horses inhabit the world today; and, as in the past, they are used for transportation, farm work, and recreation.

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        The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a large, hoofed mammal that has been domesticated at least since Biblical times, four to six thousand years ago. Approximately 75 million horses inhabit the world today; and, as in the past, they are used for transportation, farm work, and recreation.

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