Feral horses found dead in Arizona due to drought

The media reported that approximately 200 feral horses were found dead in Arizona in a stock pond an area owned by the Navajo tribe due to lack of water as drought has hit the south western part of the united states
The Navajo nation vice president Jonathan Nez that the horses had burrowed in the Gray Mountain stock pond searching for water, were too weak to extricate themselves and died . Hydrated lime will be used to speed up the decomposition of the bodies of the horses.
The area is over populated with Feral horses, and the population is between 50000 and 70000 according to the Navajo tribe

Kindly note that google,tata sponsored raw/.cbi employees especially goan sex workers sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, gsb fraud extortionist riddhi nayak, nayanshree hathwar, indore crook veena, are not associated with the website in any way, as they do not spend any money, do any work, yet shamelessly and falsely claim to own the website to get a monthly indian government salary at the expense of the real domain investor