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Can horses breathe through their mouth ?

Horses are “obligate nose breathers”  that means they can only breathe through their nose, not through their mouth as we humans can do.

Do horses sleep standing Up?

In fact, horses will sleep standing up most of the time. He is able to do this because his skeletal system can lock into place via a system of tendons and ligaments to stop him from falling over. However, historically, horses have been prey to other animals (at least those that roamed around in the…

How many teeth’s do horses have?

They get a set of 24 baby teeth and a set of 36-40 permanent teeth

How long are horses pregnant ?

Normally it lies between 320-380 days. In general 330 days or 11 months is the most common gestation period.

Are horses colour blind ?

Horses are not colour blind ,like humans have trichromic vision(three colour Blue ,Green ,Red) they have dichromatic(two colour) so they can perceive blue and green colours of the spectrum with their hues but not the red

What do horses eat?

They eat grasses, roots, leaves, vegetables, fruits, hay .They are herbivorous by nature.

Can horses swim in water?

Yes, they swim by keeping their head above water and moving their legs in a paddle like manner. They are natural swimmers.

How long do horses live for?

Modern domestic horses have a lifespan of 25-30 years depending upon breed, what environment they are kept in and how we take care of them

What should I feed my budgie parakeet?

Malnourishment is a major cause of death in a pet bird. Breakfast: 1-2 teaspoons of an organic, sprouted mix of seeds, grains, and legumes. Add 1 tablespoon of chopped, organic vegetables or fruit. Afternoon Meal:. This meal is identical to the breakfast meal but yes a fresh batch always. Bedtime: 1 teaspoon of a dry…

Can I train my budgie parakeet to talk and do tricks?

 Absolutely yes, they are small parrots with big brains Shop for bird product