Though closely related to the domestic horse, Przewalski’s horse has never been domesticated and is truly a wild horse. Highly social, the horses live in harems consisting of a single male and several females. Young males often form bachelor groups until they are able to lead their own harem.
- Nibbling each others' backs and sides is a sign of alliance between group members.
- Within half an hour of its birth, a foal is on its feet and moving with the herd.
- In the face of natural predators like wolves, mares will surround the foals to protect them while the stallion charges at the intruders.