European bison in Dutch Veluwe region soon


This video shows an European bison ‘dancing’ in Belarus.

A 14 March 2016 report by Dutch NOS TV says that European bison will come to the Dutch Veluwe region soon.

In mid-April the animals will be brought there from Germany, and will be set free.

Last week in nature reserve De Maashorst in Brabant province bison were also introduced. In the Zuid-Kennemerland National Park the animals have been around for longer, since 2007.

The European bison is akin to the American bison. The animal lived in prehistoric times throughout Europe. Currently there are only five thousand European bison worldwide.

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