Sable Island is a tiny sandbank in the North Atlantic, just over 40 kilometres wide. It is close to where the Titanic went down and the waters there are treacherous leading to the island being known as 'The Graveyard of the Atlantic'. Because of its shape it's also known as ' A Smile in the Atlantic'. The horses living there are often inaccurately referred to as 'wild' but are not native to the island, many having arrived as a result of ship-wrecks; they are, however, feral and the environment is harsh and inhospitable. Sable Island is now a national park managed by Parks Canada who conduct and facilitate research, however they have a policy of non-interference with the wildlife and the herds are not managed at all.
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