Arabian horses were originally bred in the desert, so they would probably be one of the most well adapted to a desert climate. Certain adaptations, such as a large nasal cavity (which aids in water retention) and black skin (to protect against the sun) serve the Arabian horse well in arid climates, however they are still no match for animals for whom the desert is their natural habitat, such as camels.
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