"The Wild Horse Controversy" in Nevada and the Western States
Wild Horse Controversy
Wild horses by most standards are not wild animals at all but domesticated animals gone feral. Wild horses are non-native animals that populate the Western United States. Wild horses compete for habitat with other wild animal species, such as elk, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope. However, they also have to compete with other non-native animals like cattle, sheep, and goats. Not only do they have to compete with these non-native animals, they have to compete with them on the designated lands that were established for the wild horses.
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