Interesting facts about the "Ice Age game reserve Neandertal" and its animals:
"... the great cattle, the European auroch, the largest land mammal in Europe ..."
April 30, 2020
The aurochs enclosure is located directly at this highlight."... The original cattle, the European aurochs, were once the largest land mammal in Europe. Until humans took this wild animal's habitat and exterminated it, it was spread over large parts of Europe, Asia and North Africa.
The aurochs (Latin Bos primigenius), also called Ur, Urrind or Urus, were once - next to the bison - the rulers of the European meadows and forests. The wild animals had a quaint power and were almost two meters high and their huge horns up to a ton.
The last wild aurochs died around 400 years ago in the Polish forests of Jaktorówka. Soon there were first plans by zoologists to spread the ancestors of our current domestic cattle back to Europe through back-breeding ... "
January 15, 2021
Bullfight with aurochs, ascents and descents through the forest and human bones: we're talking about the Ice Age game reserve Neandertal. You can find out how the involuntary bullfight came about at: netreisetagebuch.de/eiszeitliche-wildgehege-neandertal
February 18, 2021
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