The Corolla Wild Horse fund is testing the DNA of the island’s wild horses.

An invasive plant known to grow in thick mats over water has met its match on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

Wild horses on the barrier islands have developed a sweet tooth for watermilfoil, including an odd procedure for eating it that involves standing belly-deep in water for hours at a time.

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