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A federal roundup of wild horses in Nevada was scheduled to resume Thursday and to continue through this weekend despite nearly two dozen animal deaths since it began.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says three of the deaths were due to injury and 18 due to severe dehydration following a drought.
Feds round up more than 100 mustangs along CA-NV
The Bureau of Land Management District Manager Nancy Haug says 119 animals gathered Wednesday were reported to be in good health. The roundup of about 2,000 wild horses is expected to last at least a month.