The foal is lively, slim, occasionally mischievous, and very cute. They run on long legs, reminding us all to never take ourselves too seriously, life is always worth enjoying. It seems that no matter how little foals come into this world, whether they are born unexpectedly, surrounded by love, or a surprise in need of some kind of salvation, they have a carefree nature that cannot be missed.
If you’ve ever had fun with little foals, or have only seen them in photos and videos so far, it’s important to know that these big babies aren’t just insanely cute.
Horses are considered foals for the first 12 months of life. So that you have enough time to enjoy what little happiness it can bring you. If he is a man, he can be called a foal until he is 2-3 years old. If it is female, the horse will remain a filly until it is 4 years old. After that, a horse is considered a mature adult, and those awkward days as a foal have become distant memories.
We can see in this video that the foal’s legs are very long. When the foal is born, the legs are long and thin, which is an important biological reason.
In the first few months of life, when they need to keep up with the herd or risk being left behind, long legs provide them an advantage. They need to escape from predators and travel to find food and water. As we can see, this little pony runs very fast.
Their long legs help them survive, but they also make them a little clumsy. As they age, the rest of their body stretches toward their long legs, and their legs usually maintain the same length.
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