Families during Assateague State Park were in for a warn when a organisation of furious ponies motionless to pile-up their beach party.
Assateague Island is a remote separator island that stretches into both Virginia and Maryland territories. The long, slight frame is home to a furious equine race of over 300. These Chincoteague ponies have called a park home for centuries. They are pronounced to be descendants of horses that arrived on a island someday in a 1700s when a Spanish galleon crashed off a coast.
They ramble around freely, and as we can see below, they have no problem removing tighten to tourists. While a ponies in this video weren’t accurately aroused with a crowd, they didn’t demur to raid over all of their things. (When Doritos are on a line, we do whatever we have to do.)