Horses are amazing creatures. They are completely free and wild, and their beauty is unparalleled.
Perhaps the horse we’re about to introduce is the most stunning animal you’ve ever seen.
This Turkish horse has been deemed the most aesthetically pleasing equine in the world.
He is an Akhal-Teke, a breed descended from the old Turkoman horse that has since been extinct.
There are just about 3,500 of these horses left in the world today.
Below, you can see a horse that appears to have been dipped in gold.
The Akhal-Teke is renowned for its stunning coat, which shimmers in the sun.
It’s a thoroughbred and its height ranges from 147 to 163 centimeters (58 to 64 inches). “The horse from heaven” is the moniker the Chinese give to the animal.
This fantastic creature has an unnaturally beautiful appearance.
According to specialists, the fur’s structure was created to work as a light intensifier and to throw back the light rays, which explains the animal’s dazzling sheen.
The golden fur of the ‘Akhal-Teke’ is said to have evolved as a form of desert camouflage for the animal at birth.
The breed is thought to have originated in Achal, Turkmenistan, and to be as old as 3,000 years. This would make it the earliest domesticated breed in history.
Here is video of this stunning natural phenomenon for your viewing pleasure.
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