At the end of the 1960’s, the Przewalski horse was considered “extinct” in its natural environment, an extinction due to hunting and competition with the domestic species. The setting up of international breeding programs, then reintroductions, have enabled several hundreds of horses to find their natural habitat back (Mongolia, China).

  Przewalski horses live in small family clans composed of one adult stallion, from 1 to 3 mares and their offspring.

 Herbivores (herbs, heather, broom, and tree branches).

 steppes (Mongolia and China)

 Herbivore mammals / Equine animal family.

 Male 1.30 – 1.40 m at the shoulder. Female: 1.20 m at the shoulder.

 Male about 300 kg. Female about 250 kg.