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Winter adaptation
Used to the harshness of Franche-Comté winters, Comtois horses anticipate the arrival of the cold at the end of August by starting to replace their shorter summer hairs with a longer, thicker and warmer winter fur. They also constitute a reserve of fat which will provide them with energy and serve as thermal insulation by allowing the lower layers of their body to remain at a temperature close to their core temperature.
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