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Mustangs standing together in pastoral landscape, USA : Stock Photo
Other common name: bronco. Latin name: Equus caballus. Mustangs are feral horses of Mexico and the western states America. They are descendants of horses brought to America by the Spanish in the 16th century.

Mustangs standing together in pastoral landscape, USA

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Other common name: bronco. Latin name: Equus caballus. Mustangs are feral horses of Mexico and the western states America. They are descendants of horses brought to America by the Spanish in the 16th century.
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