Q: Do horses learn behaviors by watching other horses?
A: Horses are great learners in many ways, but in general we find horses are not good observational learners. Researchers have conducted numerous studies where one group of subject horses watch experienced horses performing a task, or inexperienced horses learning a task, and another group of subject horses don’t watch. Then both subject groups are tested to see which learns the task quicker. And there is no statistical differenc
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