Portugal: Wild Land on the Edge | Meet Portugal’s 20,000-12 months-Outdated Wild Horses | Nature


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– The celebrities of the nationwide park aren’t any newcomers: wild Garrano horses.

They’ve lived amongst these peaks for 20,000 years.

(horse hooves clopping) (horse neighs) The craggy panorama at 5,000 ft has made them stocky, robust climbers and trusted companions for Portuguese seafarers.

Small and surefooted, they had been suited to life on the ocean waves.

Garranos hardly ever develop to greater than 5 ft tall.

(horse neighs) Springtime is foaling time, time for the younger to get to know each other, to chill out and, above all, to discover their boundaries.

To flee the summer season storms, Garranos search shelter in one among Portugal’s final historic mountain forests.

(thunder rumbles) Just a few hundred purebred Garranos stay.

(horses snorting) Defending and sustaining this historic species is the duty of each the nationwide park and personal breeders.

However they, too, should respect the forces of nature and its innate transience.

(horses whinnying) Wild horses typically fall sufferer to uncommon Geres wolves.

Though the predators are hardly ever seen, there isn’t any mistaking the tracks they depart behind.

Residing with wolves means the Garranos have by no means misplaced their flight intuition.

The mists that may return at any time supply the horses a welcome cloak of invisibility.

(delicate instrumental music)



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