The Hagerman horse (Equus simplicidens), also known as the Hagerman zebra and the American zebra, is a species of wild horse that originally lived in North American grasslands during the Late Pleistocene and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and reintroduced to the modern North American grasslands to help boost biodiversity. The Hagerman horse has short brown fur with some dark brown stripes on its body, which is short during the summer and in areas where it's warm year-round, but in areas where it get cold, its fur is long and thick during the winter to keep the animal warm. Like all modern-styled wild horses, it is a social herd-dweller that lives in large herds led by a stallion, and it is a grazing herbivore. The conservation status of the Hagerman horse is Least Concern due to successful conservation efforts and the Hagerman horse's wide natural range.
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