Livestock travels to new grounds in the winter

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In Ciudad Real province, Spanish herders take thousands of animals to new grounds for the winter months. Thousands of animals, but mostly sheep and goats, make the twice-a-year journey of 500-kilometers from Northwest Spain to the Sierra Mountains. The movement helps conserve the natural environment and its biodiversity. Take a look above at the impressive journey of the traditional livestock transhumance.

Sheep Migrate Through Madrid Streets
Sheep Migrate Through Madrid Streets


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