Profile of Zoe Lucas, a self-taught biologist who has lived for the past 30 year
Profile of Zoe Lucas, a self-taught biologist who has lived for the past 30 years on Sable Island, 160 kilometers southeast of Nova Scotia. Sable Island is known for its 400 wild horses, and its reputation as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic," where an estimated 500 shipwrecks have occurred. Lucas has devoted herself to studying the horses, one of the last known populations of wild horses to live without human intervention.
Biologists, Horses, Sable Island, Lucas, Zoe
Vaux, Katie, "Profile of Zoe Lucas, a self-taught biologist who has lived for the past 30 year" (2002). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 319.
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