The Nature of Horses|
(Equine behavior) Horses from a evolutionary perspective
In-depth study of equine behavior and its origins. Science writer Budiansky begins by examining the environment and circumstances to which the horse has adapted throughout its long evolution, presenting evidence that much of the horse's behavior is genetic rather than learned. A full chapter is devoted to the development of the horse's relationship with humans over the centuries, and another outlines a breeding program that could produce a superior performance horse.
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| Historical/General Fiction
| Questing Fantasy
| Science Fiction
| Young Adult