Information about the Hagerman Horse:
The Hagerman Horse - sometimes called the American Zebra is an extinct species of horse that lived from the Pliocene period to Pleistocene period which ended about 11,000 years ago. The name comes from the town in Idaho it was discovered nearby in 1928. The horse was believed to have first appeared about 3.5 million years ago. It grew to about 43-57 inches at the shoulder (110-145 centimeters) and weighed roughly 385 to 847 pounds (110 and 385 kilograms.) The horse likely inhabited grasslands and floodplains where it probably lived in large herds, much in the same way present day zebras live in Africa. It is the state fossil of Idaho.
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