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Which of the following is true of Clydesdale and Thoroughbred horses? A. They are different species and have different traits. B. They are the same species and have the same traits. C. They are the same species and have different traits. D. They are different species and have the same traits.
Weegy: Essentially, a Quarter Horse and a Thoroughbred are both light horses, which are defined as horses that are made for riding. [ [ However, there are a few differences between these two breeds of horses that need to be looked at when considering which horse is best suited to a rider's needs. The American Quarter Horse got its name because of its ability to run a quarter of a mile faster than any other horse. This horse is smaller than the thoroughbred, stands at about 14-15 hands high (hh), and ranges in color from gray and black to various shades of brown. Hands high is the standard measuring system for horses; each hand equals 4 inches (about 10.2 cm). The Quarter Horse is the most popular breed of horse in America today. The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), the largest breed registry in the world, was developed in Amarillo, Texas in 1940. Over 3 million Quarter Horses are registered with the AQHA today. The Quarter Horse is best known for its ability to perform in rodeos and horse shows, and is mostly used for Western riding events, such as barrel racing and calf roping. AdChoices ] ] (More)
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Which term describes a behavior of an organism that allows it to survive in its particular environment? A. evolution B. adaptation C. organism D. ecosystem
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Adaptation describes a behavior of an organism that allows it to survive in its particular environment.
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