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Urwildpferde-Gehege

Urwildpferde-Gehege

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Recommended by 242 out of 258 cyclists

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  • Betty

    The valuable sand habitats in the Tennenloher Forest nature reserve have been grazed since 2003 in order to preserve the valuable sandy grasslands and heaths - now on around 90 hectares!

    Przewalski stallions from Hellabrunn Zoo and Nuremberg Zoo are currently grazing on this area. Przewalski horses are very frugal when it comes to feed. You can feed on the sparse growth on the sandy areas all year round. The strong solar radiation in summer and the cold in winter cannot harm these robust animals either. As a shelter, they use groups of trees that not only provide shade but also offer the animals protection in rough weather.

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    • June 16, 2020

  • A.M.O.

    Rewarding excursion destination, whether on foot by bike or comfortably by car from the parking lot, you definitely have to climb the bullet trap in the middle of the facility

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    • April 13, 2020

  • masdeirf

    Interesting project, details on the project homepage:
    wildpferde-tennenlohe.de

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    • July 30, 2020

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Location: Forst Tennenlohe, Erlangen-Höchstadt, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany

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