This is a European bison video, about Germany.
From AFP news agency:
European bison return to Spain: reports
June 6, 2010
The nearly extinct European bison has been reintroduced after centuries in Spain with seven animals coming from a rare herd in Poland, Spanish media reported Saturday.
The two male and five female bison will roam free in a controlled area.
The reintroduction of the European bison, which lived on the Iberian peninsula until the 11th century, comes after eight years of work by the Spanish association for the conservation of European bison.
A unique herd of some 800 European bison live in the Bialowieza forest spanning part of Poland’s border with Belarus, a rare European primeval forest and a protected national park.
Some 450 of the endangered mammals live on the Polish side.
A herd of about 700 bison that lived in the forest prior to World War I was all but wiped out by German troops and local poachers. The existing herd was bred from seven surviving animals.
October 2011: The lone female wild buffalo in India’s Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary has given birth to a healthy male calf, following her third successful pregnancy, thus bringing the population of this endangered mammal to nine: here.
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