Horses in the world
There are an estimated 60 million horses in the world, combining wild and domesticated horses.
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warmer months. They form a tight cluster in their hive to keep the queen
and themselves warm
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Guinea fowls are very adaptable birds. They’re able to live in the lowlands and on altitudes of 9,800 feet.
In Ancient Egypt, when a person’s house cat passed away, the owner would shave their eyebrows to reflect their grief.
Before bees bodies evolved to be specialized pollen collectors, other
insects, like beetles, pollinated flowers in much smaller numbers. As
time went on, both flowers and bees evolved to get better at pollination
and gathering nectar.