The bison are back in Germany

For first time in nearly three centuries, bison are roaming freely on the land of a prince

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For the first time in Western Europe in nearly three centuries, a small herd of bison is roaming freely on the land of a prince.

It took ten years to make his dream come true, some money from the German government, and lots of sweet-talking with wary locals.

Al Jazeera’s Nick Spicer reports from Bad Berleburg, Germany.


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