This was reported by BBC News.
In total, 8 Galloway cows brought from Scotland will graze on the natural area.
Ed Wombwell, property manager of Cambridge Past Present and Future, which runs the park, said that the small size of the animals and their unpretentious diet made them ideal for grazing in the park.
"We have grasslands that are a fantastic biodiverse environment - both nationally and internationally - and the best way to look after an area like this is to use grazing animals," says Wombwell.
It is known that the cows have successfully adapted to the new area and have already "cleared" one of the territories.
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