Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Do horses cry?

No, horses don't cry to release emotion the way we do. If a horse is crying, then they probably have an eye irritation or a plugged tear duct (which can require surgery).

They do express sadness, of course, but it's mostly in where their ears are, the droop of the head, loss of interest in food. But no emotional tears.

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