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North Dakota - Nokota Horse
Wildlife Status: Least Concern
The Nokota horse, known for its blue-roan coloring, can be found almost exclusively in the badlands of North Dakota. Stemming from interbreeding between spanish horses, native american horses, stock horses and harness horses, this unique breed was preserved when Theodore Roosevelt National Park was created while some herds still grazed the park grounds.
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