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Shackleford Banks, the southern-most barrier island in Cape Lookout National Seashore, is home to more than 110 wild horses. This is one of the few places in the eastern United States where wild horses can still be seen. Shackleford Banks is approximately nine miles long and averages less than a mile wide. It contains many habitats, unique to barrier islands, which support the horses. Come along with Angelea as she meets a Horse Wildlife Biologist and take a walk around Shackleford Banks viewing some of the wild horse island residents.

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