Nature

The Wild Horses That Beat Extinction

Clip: Season 37 Episode 8 | 1m 32s

The Przewalski horse went extinct in the wild but was reintroduced at the Seer Horse Reserve in Gobi Desert, Mongolia. These horses have managed to make an impressive comeback and their success is due in large part to the social structure of their herd.

Aired: 01/16/19

Rating: NR

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