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A horse not attached to a territory
Przewalski horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) move around the Monts d'Azur Reserve to satisfy their needs for food, water, or shelter. They are not territorial and do not fight to defend a territory with well-delimited borders nor prohibit the intrusion of any other horse. They rather occupy a home range of very variable size ranging from less than one square kilometer to several square kilometers.
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