Why UPenn’s Semi-Feral Herd Ponies Don’t Founder

Seeing the tiny ponies grazing on lush, green University of Pennsylvania pasture, you’d expect more than a few to founder. Find out why they don’t from equine behavior researcher Dr. Sue McDonnell.
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Seeing the tiny ponies grazing on lush, green University of Pennsylvania pasture, you’d expect more than a few to founder. Find out why they don’t from equine behavior researcher Dr. Sue McDonnell.

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