Delft Wild Horses
It is exciting to see how an animal species entirely alien to this island have made their home here for the last 300 years. The Delft Wild Horses were formerly brought here by the Portuguese for trading purposes and to bolster their army. Since the Portuguese occupation's end, these 2000+ wild horses have roamed around and enjoyed blocking the non-existent traffic by walking along the roads. The sanctuary laws within the island allow this luxury by providing them with protection, food and water to sustain them.