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The wild horse (Equus ferus) is an species of odd-toed ungulate. Today, it is only found wild in central Asia; however, the domesticated form of this species, used by humans as a mount and a beast of burden, has been introduced to every continent (except Antarctica). As a result, there are now several feral horse populations worldwide. These horses (such as the Chincoteague pony of Assateague Island) are descended from domestic horses and are not truly wild, despite belonging to the species known as the wild horse.