Ready for lean times

Barakat, Christine; McCluskey, Mick
June 2012
Equus;Jun2012, Issue 417, p17
The article discusses a study by researchers from the University of Gottingen in Germany which verified the belief that domesticated horses has inherited from his wild ancestors the capacity to slow his metabolic rate to maintain his weight when food is scarce.


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