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“People look at me in disbelief and think I’m nuts when I lay down next to a 800kg bull to take his picture,” says Remo Jacobs (@livingitrural).
The 17-year-old student from Gangelt, Germany, grew up with Scottish Highland cattle. The animals were reintroduced into the wild in a nature protection area close to Remo’s house when he was four years old. Knowing the herd for over 13 years, Remo can now read the body language of the cattle. “If a cow looks at me and then looks away after a few seconds I know I can come closer. But if the animal stops and stares at me, it feels threatened.” Remo is particularly taken with the calves. “I just