Data Source: Atlas of LivingAustralia
Basis: human observation
Brumby looks exactly like the common domesticated horses in Australia, but instead of having a trained lifespan, brumby is one of the strongest and toughest animals that have adapted well to the harsh Australia outback. Brumbies are often leaner and more muscular than the other house in Australia due to their special characters of free-roaming and foraging. A brumby is a herbivorous and ungulate placental mammal. And they can survive for an average of 20 to 30 years. The statistic shows there about 40,000 feral that exists in Australian high-country area. And there are no major predators existed of brumbies in Australia.
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