Sea Horse

Sea Horse

In a small town in the Outer Banks of North Carolina wild horses roam the beaches, descendants of shipwrecked Spanish stallions. For over 500 years these horses have made this fragile peninsula their home, surviving off of marsh grasses. Now facing extinction from geographic isolation, a shrinking gene pool and rapid housing development, SEA HORSE examines their struggle for survival.

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