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Camargue cowboy galloping on his horse in the sea on a beach. The Camargue horse is a local breed of the horse (Equus ferus caballus). This breed, which may date back to Paleolithic times, has legs and hooves adapted to life in salt marshes. It is the traditional mount of the Camargue cowboys who herd the bulls used in bullfighting in southern France. Photographed in June 2015, during the Abrivado festival in the Camargue, a wetland and salt marsh region in southern France.
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