the bachelor family


(We often assume that the life of the average lass’ in Victorian England was narrow and restrictive, full of stern governesses, stifling garments and fainting spells. Sure, the 19th century’s rules of etiquette, social class and morality all served to limit the range of acceptable behavior, but don’t let the lace doilies and lavender sachets fool you. Not all of the modern clichés we apply to English womanhood in the 1800s hold weight. Below, explore five things Queen Victoria’s female contemporaries didn’t do as often as you might think)

They didn’t die young- People lived to an average age of just 40 in 19th-century England, but that number is deceiving. Certainly, infants and children died of disease, malnutrition and mishaps at much higher rates than they do today. But if a girl managed to survive to adulthood, her chance of living to a ripe old age of 50, 60, 70 or even older was quite good. These odds only increased as the century progressed and improvements in sanitation, nutrition and medical care lengthened Victorian lifespans.

They didn’t marry young- At the end of the 18th century, the average age of first marriage was 28 years old for men and 26 years old for women. During the 19th century, the average age fell for English women, but it didn’t drop any lower than 22. Patterns varied depending on social and economic class, of course, with working-class women tending to marry slightly older than their aristocratic counterparts. But the prevailing modern idea that all English ladies wed before leaving their teenage years is well off the mark.

They didn’t marry their cousins.- Marrying your first cousin was perfectly acceptable in the early 1800s, and the practice certainly offered some benefits: Wealth and property were more likely to remain in the same hands, and it was easier for young women to meet and be courted by bachelors within the family circle. Later in the 19th century, though, marriage between cousins became less common. Increased mobility due to the growth of the railroad and other widespread economic improvements vastly broadened a young lady’s scope of prospective husbands. Meanwhile, the Victorian era saw a rise in awareness of birth defects associated with reproduction among relatives. Cousin marriages remained popular among the upper class, however. Charles Darwin married his first cousin Emma Wedgwood, for instance, and Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were themselves first cousins.

They didn’t wear tight corsets- The popular image of young ladies lacing themselves into corsets drawn up as tight as their maids could make them is a bit misleading. While the Victorian era did feature fashions that emphasized a tiny waist only achievable through the careful application of whalebone and ribbon, most women wore their daily corsets with a healthy dose of moderation—not to the point of swooning on the divan. Also, at the time, corsets weren’t simply a fashion statement: They were actually thought to encourage good, healthful posture and to keep the internal organs in proper alignment. And the extreme practice of removing ribs to slim the waist, rumored to have flourished in the Victorian era, simply didn’t exist

They didn’t wear pink- Today’s approach to gender-specific colors would confuse—and likely amuse—our 19th-century counterparts. White was the preferred color for babies and children of any sex until they reached the age of about 6 or 7, mainly because white clothes and diapers could be bleached. As they grew older, children were dressed in paler versions of the colors adults wore. Red was considered a strong, virile, masculine shade, while blue was dainty, delicate, feminine. So young boys were more frequently seen in pink, while young girls favored pale blue. It wasn’t until the early 20th century—quite possibly as late as the 1940s—that pink began to be universally assigned to girls and blue to boys.


~Before after!~

Rules: Take a picture of the sim that’s normally associated with your blog (your legacy founder/lead character in your story etc.), now take away all their cc (except their hair, eyebrows, and skin color), then do a before and after picture.

I tag the first 10 people from my activity: @nineyellowgirl, @desiree-uk, @simplysickandtired, @lizarella, @nornities, @blueossa, @soloriya, @sweetdevil-sims, @kurasoberina, @packagedblyss

Thank you so much @thebleedingwoodland for tagging me! :D It has been fun, doing this. especially… what happened next. 

Anyway, I guess the before>after speaks for itself. And here you see what I mean with ‘makeup’s supporting her sculpt’ ^- ~ 

Also, fair warning. DO NOT clone Bella…:

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Have some regular simblr post, -insert rambling about CAS and stuff here-  

‘cuz Greenie tweaked and made some sims today! :D

*Hears new followers gasps in the background because they probably thought that I’m one of those ‘I only make CC’ -simblrs*

Anyways! Tweaked Bella some more, and uhm… not that you can really see but I tried to get some of her facial shapes to look a bit like Gina Lollobrigida (Excuse my love for vintage stuff XD), which basically means

*drumrolls please!* 

Ts2 Bella+TS1 Bella+Gina Lollobrigida= My ts3 Bella AKA Here have a smoothie! :D

Yes, I know she doesn’t look anything like the actress, but I used 3 different references- or well it’s more of a excuse to find out how to get her nose to look less big and somewhat better?

Thennnn we have this guy! I bet people who don’t read the post will go all ‘OMG YOUR MORTIMER IS SO HOT’ whereas I will laugh because uhm… well I used Gunther as a base, but nope not even Goth related (or is he? hmm)

TL;DR: I made sims

The Goth Family, Addams Family Style

An ancient and illustrious family, the Goth family (related to the Crumplebottom and Bachelor families by marriage) is infamous for their eccentricity and exuding style and tradition like no other family. 

~ Mortimer Goth ~ Counterpart of: Gomez Addams

Cheerful and outgoing, Mortimer brings his old country upbringing into the modern age. He is sometimes cheeky in nature, and is not one to be afraid of expressing himself. Prone to periodical bouts of foul moods, and having a prudently decadent sense of joie de vivre, Mortimer can either be a pain in the butt or a true delight. Other than being a brilliant scientist and a music synthesiser, Mortimer also takes an interest in the occult and has an unusual fondness for insects.

~ Bella Goth (née Bachelor) ~ Counterpart of: Morticia Addams

Bella - her name in Italian means “beauty” and it fits her better than her red leather corset. Descended from a long line of occultists, mystics and decadents, she has thrown convention to the wind. Her disdain for the pedestrian and normal is only matched by her sense of ennui and isolation. She distracts herself from this world with a little organ practice and exotic gardening of the lethal variety.

~ Cassandra Goth ~ Counterpart of: Wednesday Addams

In essence, Cassandra is her father’s child in terms of hobbies, interests, and external conduct, even though she looks very much like her mother. She is the quiet, mysterious type. Nobody ever knows quite what she’s thinking. She is naturally curious, peculiar in nature, has a certain level of angst bubbling just beneath the surface and like her father, is prone to bouts of foul moods.

Michael Bachelor ~ Counterpart of: Uncle Fester

A former athlete and now a Half-Average Joe next door, Michael lives between two worlds and frequently finds himself at odds with the shenanigans of his extended family (as much as he loves them). He has never really known what to do with his life, as his passions seem to evaporate as fast as they materialise.

~ Bonehilda ~ Counterpart of: Lurch


~ Agnes Crumplebottom ~ Counterpart of: Granny Frump

The Widow Darling is infamous for her reign of terror, preying upon the scantily clad and the public displayers of affection by beating them with her legendary purse. Once a bombshell of a woman with a blossoming fondness for family and romance, grief and despair took over her life when her husband Erik died during their honeymoon. She has turned for the worse since then, but nevertheless presses on with life the only way she knows how.

~ Gunther Goth ~ Counterpart of: Grandpapa Addams

Gunther’s family has a long, rich history in SimNation, and though he is wealthy, he has never allowed it to incite vices and simply seems comfortable. He brought his family from the old country when his son, Mortimer, was just a lad. Having amassed quite a fortune, he is founding father of the neighbourhood. Once a high-ranking corporate man in the family business, he then turned into the world of academia to pursue his passions and fix his marriage. 

~ Cornelia Goth (née Crumplebottom) ~ Counterpart of: Grandmama Addams

Impeccably mannered and ornately refined, she often gives off a certain air of imperiousness, but she is not snooty. Like her husband, she is humble, and is very warm and courteous, but much more reserved. The steadfast Cornelia is the founder of the Sim City Bridge Society and enjoys high tea and phrenology. She is thankful to have her granddaughter, Cassandra, so nearby.

The Signs on the TV show The Bachelor

@ TheSignsAs || IG

Aries - the fake bitch in the house

Taurus - ignores drama and everyone else in the house, only there for the bachelor

Gemini - the one who treats it more like a competition than a quest for love

Cancer - the one that cries every episode

Leo - the vain but gorgeous bitchy one, always starting drama

Virgo - the only virgin in the house

Libra - the one who sleeps in makeup

Scorpio - makes out with the bachelor every chance they get

Sagittarius - sabotages the other girls

Capricorn - is only there for the amazing vacations. fakes the romance

Aquarius - the one who gossips and joins in with all the drama

Pisces - gets the first impression rose so everyone hates them but they’re actually really sweet

Okay here are my Charlie Weasley headcanons:

  • He’s definitely one of those animal-loving, hippie type people
  • No, he doesn’t wear dragon hide gloves or trousers, are you joking
  • He wears organic, vegan clothing
  • Mainly they’re all some shade of beige but it works for him
  • He also goes through clothes about 10 times faster than anyone else because they keep getting scorched
  • Absolutely 100% cares about climate change
  • Definitely did research about how residual magical energy is ruining the environment for the Muggles and petitioned the Ministry of Magic to issue into law that all wands should have some sort of endothermic reaction contraption that absorbs the leftover energy and either stores it back in the wand or can be given back to the witch or wizard that produced the magic in the first place
  • It’s a work-in-progress and he knows his ideas aren’t perfect and they need to be scientifically proven, but whatever
  • Absolutely pesters Percy with owls every week to see how the petition is doing because he can’t leave his station in Romania
  • The first time he chats with Ollivander about this idea, Ollivander takes personal offense and kicks Charlie out of his shop
  • Prefers the company of dragons and other reptilian species of the like (i.e. fire-breathing and highly dangerous)
  • Has the highest pain tolerance in his family
  • This results in him accidentally getting way too rough when wrestling with his siblings
  • Probably the most fit of the Weasley men, what with the t-shirts that are too tight on his biceps but too loose on this torso
  • Generally the most-liked by all his siblings
  • Was best man at Bill, George, and Ron’s weddings
  • He absolutely did not fangirl a little bit when he found out Ron had befriended the one and only Harry James Potter
  • The only time he broke any rules during his Hogwarts days was when he would sneak down to Hagrid’s hut in the middle of the night to discuss all sorts of magical creatures, but specifically dragons
  • After the second war, he invited Hagrid to come visit him and meet some of the dragons he’d been working with
  • He’d been the Weasley Wizard’s Chess Grand Champion since he was 15, until Ron finally beat him in 1999
  • Has the closest relationship to Ginny over Quidditch, Ron over Wizard’s Chess, and Percy over his research
  • Is the only one constantly plagued by his mother about “settling down with a nice bird” 
  • Even through his protests of “Mum, you have seven children and twelve grandchildren”
  • Closer to his mum than his dad, but has a great relationship with both nonetheless
  • Pretty much the bachelor of the family: devilishly, handsomely irresistible and yet readily available
  • Didn’t become good friends with Tonks until after they had left Hogwarts, but then they wrote constantly
  • Tonks definitely tried to turn into a dragon once to seduce him
  • It almost worked
  • Didn’t come out as asexual to his family until he was almost 30
  • Molly immediately apologized for trying to set him up and pressure him into marrying
  • Prides himself in being Cool Uncle Charlie, who always smells of dragon fire and earth and always brings the kids back some foreign treats and trinkets
Should you tip on to-go orders? My answer may surprise you (it won’t).

I’m hesitant to write about this because I love the Bachelor franchise and the former cast of the series, and I don’t want this cast member to read this blog and get offended or talk shit. 

In order to avoid that, I’m not going to tag Tanner Tolbert or the Bachelor franchise.

Disclaimer, I adore Tanner and his wife, Jade. I watched both their seasons, and their season of BIP + watched their televised wedding, so in case this makes it way back to Tanner, no disrespect, I just want to provide an inside perspective to tipping on to-go orders. 

So here it goes. Maybe I should explain first. I have a twitter where I follow some people and I happened to see this tweet from Tanner Tolbert, from the Bachelorette & Bachelor in Paradise, tweeted this poll:

“We are having a debate at work, how much do you tip for a take out order at a restaurant?

Nothing-its take out. 55% agree.

$1, just to say thank you. 31% agree.

20%, the standard amount you should tip. 14% agree.” (What I voted for).

Here’s why I think I’m a credible person to have this discussion. Out of serving, hosting, and doing to-go orders, I’m probably the best at doing to-go orders. I’m a trainer at my job for host, to-go, and server, and even though I was good at all three job titles, I can admit that I’m the best at to-go.

So hi, I’m serverthoughts, I’m credible and I’m here to inform you all that you should tip the to-go person. There were many nights where no one would tip me when I would do to-go which is why it’s my least favorite thing to do, and at times the hardest.

Although juggling 10 tables and having multiple things to do is still pretty difficult. 

I was the main person answering the phone (when I did to-go), and sometimes, occasionally, a server would answer it, but for the most part everyone would ignore the phone.

Sometimes three people would be calling at once, and I’d be the only one answering calls, while putting in a to-go order while the damn phone won’t stop ringing.

When food was taking forever and I quoted my guests a certain time, it’s not like serving a table where I can just tell them that the kitchen is behind and they’ll get their food shortly. People are literally 10 feet away from me, looking pissed off and impatient, as I ask the cooks how much longer for a well-done steak, a well-done hamburger, and three kids meals. 

Also, your guests aren’t meant to be there for long. They don’t want to eat at the restaurant, they want something quick and easy (I’m available. Sorry, I couldn’t not make that joke), and want to get out of there fast.

Your friendly to-go person is yelling at the cooks to hurry up because the food should of only took 15 minutes and their customer is waiting, and they have someone on hold who wants to place an order, and then someone came in and wants to place an order, and they have to grab the melting milkshake that should of been in a to-go cup but the bartender put it in a regular glass, and great, they just got an online order that takes up half their screen, and they’re already short two cooks so food is taking forever to make, and then they have to make sure that the burger you asked for no onions with, and a side of loaded mash potatoes, is actually no onions and not with french fries.

But serverthoughts, why not just quote your customers longer? Well young padawan, at our restaurant they typically don’t want us to quote more than 15 minutes unless it’s a big order or well done steaks, then maybe we can extend the time to 20 minutes. Twenty-five if I’m drowning in the fucking weeds.

Things I hated about being a to-go hoe:

  • When people would order online and come before their pick-up time and ask me if their food was ready. 
  • Fries with no salt. There’s a story behind this, read it here.
  • To-go drinks.
  • When people would order online and either call or come in person and ask if they could have the order earlier than their pick-up time, so I would have to show the cooks proof of the order, and they would still not believe me and begrudgingly make it for me, and the order still not be ready by the real pick-up time.
  • Always running out of stuff. Silverware, cups, spoons, soup cups, lids, boxes, ramekins.. you name it, we’re out of it.
  • The stupid stuff people ask you on the phone. Someone told me to go fuck myself once, and I said, “thanks, you too,” and hung up because fire me. They didn’t fire me, my manager actually laughed when I told her. Read that blog post here.
  • Being the only person doing to-go and being swamped with taking orders, cashing out people, and boxing up food. It’s a lot more stressful than you think, and I tried to describe above the different issues you might face while doing to-go, but I can’t truly describe how it feels to be in the weeds if you’ve never worked in a restaurant.

Literally just find any server ran account on Instagram that posts pictures of server memes, and you’ll see the struggle.

So no, Tanner and fans, I never expected people to tip me because I wasn’t personally waiting on them, like I would while waiting the table. But I am still feeding you and making sure your food is correct - so maybe that doesn’t warrant a 20% tip, but you should always tip the to-go person something, unless they completely fucked up your order. Even then you should tip. Maybe? It depends on the circumstance, really. 

Or if their insanely rude. One of our current to-go people is very timid and quiet and if I didn’t know her, I might think she was coming off snobby or rude, so there’s that little tibbit you didn’t need to know.

Originally posted by zootopepo

But I do think you should check your order yourself before you leave the restaurant to make sure everything is right.

I was pleasantly surprised when I got tips because most people, (55 percent) of the poll, don’t think you should tip the to-go person, and 31 percent only think you should give a dollar. 

5 dollars is cool for a to-go order, I looooooved when people would tip me 5 dollars. Obviously the people that tipped 15 percent and up were my favorite, but I was a realistic person. 

I always tip when I order to-go and even sometimes when I get a coffee or sandwich. Minimum wage is not enough to live on and I get that struggle. Tipping $5 on a to-go order is not going to break the bank, and if it does maybe you should cook at home.



I was going to post screenshots of some of the replies that Tanner got from this tweet but I don’t want to get upset and rant about it, so I’m just going to quietly exit and hope Tanner or anyone from the Bachelor family never reads this, k bye.

P.S.S. Maybe I’ll include the replies to the tweets in my next “Replying to Yelp reviews” because I already screenshot the replies and blurred out the twitter handles. 

See you soon.

Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg

That same year - 1882 - during a visit to his mother´s native Altenburg, Konstantin met Princess Elisabeth Auguste Marie Agnes, daughter of Prince Moritz of Saxe-Altenburg and his wife Auguste, formerly a Princess of Saxe-Meiningen. Born on Wednesday, January 25, 1865, in Meiningen, the sixteen-year-old Princess was a slim young woman with a long neck and narrow waist, and light brown hair coiled in a fringe atop her head. The Grand Duke´s mother, Alexandra Iosifovna, pushed the pair toward marriage; Princess Elisabeth seemed amenable enough to the idea, but Konstantin Konstantinovich was less certain. It took nearly two year for the young Grand Duke to finally work  up the courage to propose. He could have remained a bachelor, but family pressure on him was enormous; by this time, his brother Nicholas Konstantinovich had been living in disgrace in exile for ten year, and there was little doubt that his father´s estates would devolve upon him - a fact that would necessitate heirs. Expectation may have pushed the Grand Duke toward a proposal. In the end, it is difficult to say what his true feelings about Elisabeth may have been.

Greg King & Penny Wilson: Gilded Prism


This season…..on The Bachelor:

Spunky, family oriented bachelor Pilly Weeping Willow will take on the challenge of inviting 7 different contestants into The Bachelor Mansion and finding out whether or not his ‘’true love’’ is one of them.

Are you ready for breathtaking, tear jerking, heart shredding episodes of this season’s The Bachelor?

The contestants will be residing in this house made by @morgibritt and we’ll be using the tags PWWBC along with each episode’s tags PWWBCEP1, PWWBCEP2 etc! Feel free to blacklist those if you do not want to see them on your dash :)

Famous last words to say in front of your mother:

I am never having kids.
For every,
“But you were one”,
I say: “Yeah, and why do you think I’m not one anymore?”

For every: “But what about my grand children?”
I say, “First of all, kids aren’t grand.”

For every, “But what if you had a daughter?”
I stay silent. But in my head I say,

To my future daughter:

Wow. That was unexpected.
Since I’m never having kids.
But you, you would be a galaxy brought into my life,
A chaotic constellation of stars must have knit you together
I don’t even know what you’d look like, but
God, you’re beautiful.

You may have come from the stars but you’re more like the spaces inbetween.
A black hole, scraping striations along personalities as you draw them towards you
You are cosmic, beautiful, and violent.
I swear the gravity of your heart would be so strong
that every shooting star, every photon of light
Would be eclipsed by your shadow of illumination
Time stops in the abyss of space
And only those who could withstand the weight of your sins
Would timelessly love you and your ink stained mind

And when you’ve found your one and only
You can peel back your black hole skin and give the light back.

To my future daughter:
I want you to love.
I want you to know that being a girl isn’t about being a creak in the bed springs
it’s about being a bump in the night.
Because girls can be dreamy, but they are also the things of nightmares.
And don’t worry ma belle ange, if they aren’t scared of you while you’re a girl,
Just wait until you’re a woman.

That’s right,
I want her to terrify the fuck out of any boy or girl that doesn’t read.
I want her to know that she should open her legs the way a bibliophile opens books.
Because only boys or girls who read will appreciate the words
Scrawled across her skin in loving memory
The narrative sewn into
The fabric of her flimsy collarbones
A tribute to the spacial dimensions that they hold within them.

To my future daughter:
Pick your poison.
Inevitably we all find a way of coping with… this.
Just promise me that you won’t find your cyanide
In a bottle, a blade, or another human being.
Trust me please. Nothing will destroy you like someone else..
So find something to pour part of your soul into:
Art, sports, writing, laughter, school, work, silence -
To get past those hard days.

To my future daughter:
I might forget what it’s like to be seventeen and reckless
So please remind me gently
Because, even though I’m never having kids
I love you.

—  courageandcompasses: To My Future Daughter
The Babysitter || CLOSED || impossible-gal


John Smith was an ordinary man. A professor and doctor in theoretical physics, as well as a musician and an artist on the side in his free time. He had eventually grown into a friendship with his neighbor, Dave Oswald, and as the years went by he watched him meet his wife and go from a messy, stereotypical bachelor to a family man and a father. No, he wasn’t Dave best friend in the slightest, nor was he John’s. But they kept in touch: exchange of small Christmas gifts and birthday cards, a night on John’s balcony with an ice cold beer.

But the one thing John swore to never do for anyone was babysit. There was a reason he taught adults– he had no wife, let alone children, and was from a very small family that was mostly too dead to produce any young relatives for him to deal with. But somehow Dave managed to wrangle him into doing it.

The first night was a trial. Dave and his wife, Ellie assured him that their little Clara merely needed a small dinner that evening, along with a bedtime story before she’d be out like a light. So he sighed to himself nervously, sending them off before going into the unknown realm of babysitting.

my family considers me “smart” because of my gift for talking and because of my amount of and type of reading

and i’m the most educated in the family (bachelors degree)

so they believe me to have enormous “potential” and they all genuinely expect me to be rich and successful one day

i dont’t even know how to explain to them that I have “potential” in the same way that an infant has “potential”

i could be conceivably anything, but only because i am nothing

100 HORSE BREEDS 39. Przewalski Horse

Przewalski’s horse, or Dzungarian horse, is a rare and endangered subspecies of wild horse native to the steppes of central Asia. In the 15th century, Johann Schiltberger recorded one of the first European sightings of the horses in the journal of his trip to Mongolia as a prisoner of the Mongol Khan. The horse is named after the Russian colonel Nikolai Przhevalsky (1839–1888) (the name is of Polish origin and “Przewalski” is the Polish spelling). He was the explorer and naturalist who first described the horse in 1881, after having gone on an expedition to find it, based on rumors of its existence. Many of these horses were captured around 1900 by Carl Hagenbeck and placed in zoos. As noted above, about twelve to fifteen reproduced and formed today’s population.

The native population declined in the 20th century due to a combination of factors, with the wild population in Mongolia dying out in the 1960s. The last herd was sighted in 1967 and the last individual horse in 1969. Expeditions after this failed to locate any horses, and the species had been designated “extinct in the wild” for over 30 years. After 1945 only two captive populations in zoos remained, in Munich and in Prague. The most valuable group, in Askania Nova, Ukraine, was shot by German soldiers during World War II occupation, and the group in the United States had died out. Competition with livestock, hunting, capture of foals for zoological collections, military activities, and harsh winters recorded in 1945, 1948 and 1956 are considered to be the main causes of the decline in the Przewalski’s horse population. By the end of the 1950s, only 12 individual Przewalski’s horses were left in the world.

Since 2011, Prague Zoo has transported twelve horses to Mongolia in three rounds, in cooperation with partners and it plans to continue to return horses to the wild in the future. In the framework of the project Return of the Wild Horses it sustains its activities by supporting local inhabitants. The Zoo has the longest uninterrupted history of breeding of Przewalski’s horses in the world and keeps the studbook of this species. As for the endangerment of the Przewalski’s horse, the status was changed from “extinct in the wild” to “endangered” in 2005. On the IUCN Red List, they were reclassified from “extinct in the wild” to “critically endangered” after a reassessment in 2008 and from “critically endangered” to “endangered” after a 2011 reassessment.

Today most “wild” horses, such as the American Mustang or the Australian Brumby, are actually feral horses descended from domesticated animals that escaped and adapted to life in the wild. In contrast, the Przewalski’s horse has never been domesticated and remains the only truly wild horse in the world today. Przewalski’s horse is one of three known subspecies of Equus ferus, the others being the domesticated horse Equus ferus caballus, and the extinct tarpan Equus ferus ferus. There are still a number of other wild equines, including three species of zebra and various subspecies of the African wild ass, onager (including the Mongolian wild ass), and kiang.

In the wild, Przewalski’s horses live in small, permanent family groups consisting of one adult stallion, one to three mares, and their common offspring. Offspring stay in the family group until they are no longer dependent, usually at two or three years old. Bachelor stallions, and sometimes old stallions, join bachelor groups. Family groups can join together to form a herd that moves together.

The patterns of their daily lives exhibit horse behavior similar to that of feral horse herds. Stallions herd, drive and defend all members of their family, while the mare often displays leadership in the family. Stallions and mares stay with their preferred partner for years. While behavioral synchronization is high among mares, stallions other than the main harem stallion are generally less stable in this respect.

Horses maintain visual contact with their family and herd at all times and have a host of ways to communicate with one another, including vocalizations, scent marking, and a wide range of visual and tactile signals. Each kick, groom, tilt of the ear, or other contact with another horse is a means of communicating. This constant communication leads to complex social behaviors among Przewalski’s horses.

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