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Wild Mustang LimitedFourthOfJuly Crossbreed
Wild mustang single
Details
Lvl req. 1
Type Fourth of July
Area Stars and Stripes
Shop / Animal
Cost Coins2 300.000 / 300.000
Gain Veteran/ Wild mustang single {{{GainVeteran}}}
Gain 09.2011/ Wild mustang single Coins2 2.700
XP 270
Every 21 hours
Breeding / Animal
Parent1 --
Parent2 --
Cost Coins2 300.000/300.000
in 1 day, 1 hour
Instant Zoo bucks 30/30
Reward for completing a Family
Family XP 270
Family Gain Coins2 3.000
Crossbreeding / Animal
Partner1 Patriotic bear single
Result1 Yankee doodle pony single
X-Cost1 Zoo bucks 99/99
X-in1 14 hours
X-Instant1 Zoo bucks 14/14
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Partner2 --
Result2 --
X-Cost2 --
X-in2 --
X-Instant2 --
Collections
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The Wild Mustang is a part of the Fourth of July themed collection.

A Mustang is a free-roaming horse of the North American west that first descended from horses brought to the Americas by the Spanish. Mustangs are often referred to as wild horses, but there is intense debate over terminology. Because they are descended from once-domesticated horses, they can be classified as feral horses.

In 1971, the United States Congress recognized Mustangs as “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West, which continue to contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people.” Today, Mustang herds vary in the degree to which they can be traced to original Iberian horses. Some contain a greater genetic mixture of ranch stock and more recent breed releases, while others are relatively unchanged from the original Iberian stock, most strongly represented in the most isolated populations.

Today, the Mustang population is managed and protected by the Bureau of Land Management. Controversy surrounds the sharing of land and resources by the free ranging Mustangs with the livestock of the ranching industry, and also with the methods with which the federal government manages the wild population numbers. An additional debate centers on the question if Mustangs—and horses in general—are a native species or an introduced invasive species. Many methods of population management are used, including the adoption by private individuals of horses taken from the range.
Source: wikipedia.org