Horse Teeth Mayhew, Edward, D 1800. "The horse's mouth : showing the age by the teeth / Containing a full description of the periods when the teeth are cut; the appearances they present; the tricks to which they are exposed; the eccentricities to which they are liable; and the diseases ..." Scan of 2 d image in the public domain believed to be free to use without restriction in the US.
Somali Wild Ass - photo by Ron Magill, via Simply Marvelous Horse World; The Somali Wild Ass is critically endangered with only a few hundred left in the wild. They are the smallest of the wild equids and are found in the rocky deserts in very isolated areas of Eastern Africa. They are characterized by their smooth gray coat and their striped legs which are indicative of their close relation to zebras. This foal was born recently at the Miami Zoo in Florida.
#DidYouKnow: Domestic donkeys are now found all over the world, yet only a few hundred of their wild ancestors survive. Populations of wild asses are decreasing as a result of hunting, competition with livestock for limited desert resources, and hybridization with the domestic donkey. Courtesy: American Wild Horses Preservation, AWHPC, Hillsborough, NC (USA).(&donkeys!!!).
The Somali ass is the last remaining wild ancestor of the modern donkey. Their habitat is in isolated rocky desert areas of East Africa. The adults weigh about 500 pounds. Their coat and markings help them blend into their native environment. Rare Somali Wild Ass Is Born At Miami Zoo | Simply Marvelous Horse World