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A recent evaluation by a National Research Council committee sheds light on the National Wild Horses and Burros Program.
B: Correct! Garrott and Oli—authors of the Science article—suggest that if the wild horse population could be brought down to 23,000, contraceptives plus adoptions could keep numbers at a sustainable level indefinitely.