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Hurricane Dorian Claimed 28 Wild Horses from North Carolina Islands

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Storm Surged Caused Mini Tsunami & Took the Lives of 28 Wild Horses

— 28 of the 49 wild horses that live on Cedar Island, North Carolina, were killed during the onslaught of Hurricane Dorian. The horses, which were a part of a roaming herd, were washed offshore as an 8-foot-tall surge hit the island.

These horses were known to move to higher grounds during a storm surge. However, the water rose so rapidly that they couldn't move fast enough, the herd manager, Woody Hancock, said. "The horses normally see the water start to rise in a storm and migrate to higher ground, but they just didn't have time. The shift in the wind happened too fast, and they were taken off guard and washed off the island." Only 28 horses survived, with some swimming to nearby islands.

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Name: Amanda Condry
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Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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