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The Horse: A Natural History tells how horses came into being more than fifty million years ago and were first domesticated more than five thousand years ago, eventually spreading across the globe. Chapters on Anatomy & Biology and Society & Behavior explain equine anatomy and how it has affected the lives and social structure of horses, and outline current scientific thinking on their behavior as individual and herd animals... 224 p.

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Debbie Busby. MSc, MBPsC; Equine clinical behaviorist certified by the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants; International Speaker and author; Full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. Her consultancy 'Evolution Equine Behavior' is based in the UK, and she consults internationally on serious behavioural disorders in horses.
  • Catrin Rutland. BSc (Hons), MSc and PhD; Teaching qualifications PGCHE and MMedSci (Medical education); Associate Professor of Anatomy and Developmental Genetics. School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Nottingham (UK).

     
  • Publication date (digital version): 2019-05 - Princeton University Press.

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