Wild horse round-up in drought-stricken West sparks debate

As a megadrought ravages the West, animal rights advocates and the Bureau of Land Managment are at odds over how to deal with a rising population of wild horses that live and graze on public lands. National Georgraphic's wildlife reporter Natasha Daly joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the details.

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