Foal by Foal, the Wildest of
Horses Is Coming Back
Chang W. Lee/The New York Times
Przewalski's horse, the only species of
wild horse, grazed in a mountain grassland in Mongolia's Hustai National
Park in August.
By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD
Published: October 11, 2005
HUSTAI NATIONAL PARK, Mongolia - Driving along a fold in the mountainous
grassland here, a party led by a wildlife conservation specialist caught
sight of the horses. A stallion and four mares grazed a higher slope: a
rare sight but not as rare as it would have been a decade ago, when wild
horses started making a comeback in the wild.
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