Przewalski's horse (pronounced /ʃɨˈvælski/ shə-VAL-skee or /zɨˈvɑːlski/ zə-VAHL-skee; Khalkha Mongolian: тахь, takhi; Ak Kaba Tuvan: [daɣə//daɢə] dagy; Polish: [pʂɛˈvalski]; Equus ferus przewalskii) or Dzungarian horse, is a rare and endangered subspecies of wild horse (Equus ferus) native to the steppes of central Asia. At one time extinct in the wild (in Mongolia, the last wild Przewalski's horses had been seen in 1966), it has been reintroduced to its native habitat in Mongolia
Przewalski's Horse |The only breed of horse that has never been domesticated, the Przewalski’s horse is a rare and endangered animal that was once extinct in the wild. They’ve been reintroduced to their native Mongolian habitat after being successfully bred in captivity.
Asian Wild Horses were thought to be extinct in the wild in 1996, until one surviving adult was found. Today, there are 50 mature adults living in the wild, but they face trouble from hybridization with domestic horses, loss of genetic diversity, and disease.
Kiang have a large head, with a blunt muzzle and a convex nose. The mane is upright and relatively short. The coat is a rich chestnut colour, darker brown in winter and a sleek reddish brown in late summer, when the animal moults its woolly fur.