Lelystad, Netherlands — On an open plain in front of us are hundreds of horses. Most of them are gray with black manes and tails. Their heads look more like those of their wild cousins, zebras, than those of riding horses. Some even show what may be a vestigial stripe on their flanks.

Lees meer in de groene column van de International Herald Tribune over het nederlandse plan om de natuur zijn gang te laten gaan.