SummaryEditWhile the Pegasus of myth is typically depicted as a winged horse the pegasi have other avian features as well. Their lower legs are feathered instead of furred, and their manes and tails are also of feathers. They also lay eggs, like a bird, instead of giving birth to live young. They mature at the same rate as a horse, however, and have similar habits. 
Pegasus are incapable of human (common) speech. They are not easily tamed. The most common way is being raised from birth. Sometimes a grown pegasus may be tamed provided that the creature has a friendly attitude to the tamer. 
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