Canadian Geography questions that are more difficult than standard geography quizzes.
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Sable Island was known as the 'Graveyard of the Atlantic' for the frequency of shipwrecks that occurred on its shores. Contrary to popular belief, the horses living on Sable Island were intentionally introduced, not survivors of shipwrecks.
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