Wild horses from the heart of Europe have flown around the world, from Japan, via the USA to Australia

2015 - 05 - 29

A unique project of European Wildlife organisation has caught the attention of leading world media on five continents. The return of wild horses to Milovice, a former Soviet Army military area, has in the past days became the most followed news item from the Czech Republic in mainstream media abroad. …

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Wild horses from the heart of Europe have flown around the world, from Japan, via the USA to Australia

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