Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Monday, April 27, 2015

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Eric Scott, San Bernardino County Museum curator of palentology, uses a pick to break out a possible fossil at Tule Springs in Nevada in 2010, as Kathleen Springer, the museum's senior curator of geological sciences and lead scientist for the research program in the upper Las Vegas Wash, looks on. Fossils of Equus scotti, an Ice Age horse not found in the area before, were discovered at the site” /></a></p>
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<span style=Habitat for Horses is always on the lookout for a few great people, both in the office and on our ranches. The work is unique, the animals are special and we want folks who both know and understand the special connection our animals need.

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Don’t forget – if you have adopted a horse from Habitat for Horses we want to show you how much we appreciate your support tomorrow at our Manvel Texas Ranch! Find out more! http://www.habitatforhorses.org/share-your-hfh-horse-adoption-story/

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