Khartoon Khlassic. He is a purebred Arabian sabino stallion registered with the Arabian Horse Registry as well as the Pinto Horse Registry. He carries the rare sabino gene, the only "pinto" gene found in the Arabian breed.
Ceremonial Saddle Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: Iron, wood, gold, silver, leather, silk, copper.
image credit: okinawa-zukan.com Habitat: New Caledonia, eastern Australia, Western Australia Status: No conservation concerns This is the fabulousssss Phyllodesmium poindimiei!! You see those orange things in its cerata (tentacle-type things?) .. those are actually eggs! Doesn't it look a little bit like magical spaghetti?
Marwari stallion by Manu Sharma. Marwari comes from Marwar region, India. It's supposed to be an old breed together with its probable ancestor Kathiawari. There are 4000 years old paintings with curved-eared horses. Once the Marwari was very priced animal in India and also British army used it as a cavalry mount. When Brits left India and cavalry was considered old-fashioned, lots of Marwaris were lost. Luckily some families continued breeding and the breed is now saved.