Nova Scotia's Sable Island becomes Canada's newest national park
The crescent-shaped island sits southeast of Nova Scotia and is home to 400 wild horses, as well as breeding grey seals and numerous bird species. The island is also known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic for the more than 200 wrecked ships off its coastline.Word count: 135
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