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Horses of unchanging color
Przewalski horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) are prehistoric and wild horses whose coats are always bay - due to the dun gene – and crossed by a dark mule stripe that systematically emphasizes their spines. Their bellies and the tips of their noses are white, while their paws may have local welts and darker bracelets at their ends.
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