Przewalski's horsePrze·wal·ski's horse
a small, strong wild horse (Equus caballus przewalskii) of Mongolia, characterized by a large head, a short, erect mane, and a light bay color
Origin of Przewalski's horseafter N. Przewalski (Russ Prževal'skij) (1839-88), Russian explorer who discovered it
A wild horse (Equus ferus subsp. przewalskii) of central Asia, having a light brown coat with a short erect mane and no forelock. It became extinct in the wild but has been reintroduced in Mongolia from captive populations. Also called takhi .
Origin of Przewalski's horseAfter Nikolai Mikhaylovich Przhevalsky (1839-1888), Russian explorer who was the first European to describe it
Equus ferus subsp. przewalskii
(plural Przewalski's horses)