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Wild Horses.docx - If I were to be a whole other species...

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If I were to be a whole other species for the day, I would choose to be a wild mustang located in Montana. Originally, our ancestors were bred by the Spanish, tamed to be ridden or used as working tool and once the immigrants came to America, horses joined them. Some of the horses who were imported from Spain escaped from the captivity and soon switched our lifestyle of being tamed to feral. Thus, creating a whole new life style among us horses. You would often spot us in a herd roaming the plains. Our place in the kingdom is Animalia with a status of being herbivores, giving benefits to the ecosystem by our ability to graze numerous of plants and not be sensitive to it but also, our digestive system allows us to create feces that would restore plants back into the soil, creating a continuous circle of life. As I’m the wild mustang who roams the plains, I’m considered to be an invasive species. We are the descendants from the Spanish horses who were imported by immigrants. (WILD
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