Euro Weekly News.com–Wild horses are roaming free once again in western Iberia, near the Spain-Portugal border. The endangered Retuerta horse species is being given a second chance at survival thanks to a special breeding project at the Campaniarios de Azaba biological reserve in Salamanca. One of the oldest horse breeds in Europe, the Retuerta resembles a race of ancient Iberian horse that once populated the region around the Spain-Portugal border. Only around 150 Retuerta remain in the entire world – and most of these are in the Doñana national park in southern Spain.
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