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Readjustment to life in the great outdoors
The Przewalski horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) of the Monts d'Azur Reserve gradually learn to readjust to life in the great outdoors. Long held in captivity, although never domesticated, they are used to men and do not attack them. The horses use confrontation in competition situations with their congeners for the dominant's status. They also do not hesitate to challenge the bison of the reserve, although they are twice as heavy as them.
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