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NATURE & WILDLIFE
europe's last wild horses
Hidden the the heart of central Europe, in a swath of forested wetland, live a little known wildlife secret - the last wild horses. Beautiful and untamed, these animals are our last window into how horses live in the wild and their traits selected by nature rather than human breeding.
1 x 60'
Light and Shadow Productions
Episode InformationHidden in the heart of densely populated central Europe is a little known wildlife secret. Here in a pristine swath of forested wetlands live the very last wild horses on the European continent. These few hundred survivors, known as the Dülmen horses, with their unique ‘eel’ back stripes and zebra-like leg markings, live as they have for millennia. Beautiful and untamed, these animals are our last window into how horses live in the wild, their traits selected by nature rather than human breeding. This beautifully-shot film explores the Dülmen herd in depth, as well as many fascinating species that share with them the rare and disappearing wooded wetlands of Central Europe.