Drought blamed for wild horse deaths on Navajo Nation

August 06, 2012

Wild horses on the drought-stricken Navajo Nation are fighting for their lives.

Navajo Nation officials say lack of rainfall and high heat are drying up watering holes and leaving others with harmfully high levels of salt.

Rangers say they have found hundreds of carcassas at dried-up reservoirs.

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