For the first time in the world. Wild horses, wisents and aurochs in one nature reserve

2015 - 12 - 06

Europe has had a world rarity since today. The former military training area Milovice in the Czech Republic has become the first place where all three crucial species of large herbivores of Europe appear. It means wild horses, wisents and aurochs.

“A similar sight has not come along for maybe …

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For the first time in the world. Wild horses, wisents and aurochs in one nature reserve

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