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3 cows thrown out of the sea by Hurricane Dorian have been found alive



Hurricane Dorian split in North Carolina as a Category 1 storm on September 6, crippling the state with heavy rain, wind and flooding after it made outer banks, a narrow island chain off the island's main shore.

Rising floods swept the country, and storms blew away a group of horses and cows at sea. To the surprise of residents and officials at the national park, three of these cows were recently discovered in the Cape Pryut National Park offshore banks.

The cattle are believed to have arrived in the federal park, swimming at least two miles through the Basic Sound of Cedar Island, according to park spokesman B.G. Horvat. He said the cattle debt holder, Woody Hancock, had identified them as being from Cedar Island.

"It's a great story of how they did it," Horvat said Wednesday of the park, which has 56 miles of beaches and is known for its black-and-white checkered lighthouse, surf fishing and wild horses. "If cows could talk, imagine the story they can tell you to withstand that rush of water," he added. "It must be incredible."


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