Horses Use Ear And Eye Signals To Communicate With Each Other, Study Says

August 5, 2014 6:10 PM

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Horses often rely on their ears and eyes to communicate with each other, according to a new study.

The animals' eye direction and their large ears can be used to tell another horse where to direct its attention, which can be beneficial in locating food and avoiding predators, writes Mother Nature Network.

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