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Zoe Lucas

Far out in the Atlantic, 290 kilometres from Halifax, the Nova Scotia capital, lies Sable Island. This crescent-shaped strip of sand was once inhabited and even farmed, but Sable Island never lent itself to being tamed by man.

For over 20 years, researcher Zoe Lucas has lived in this world inhabited by wild horses. She teaches us about the natural history of the island, whose environment is shaped and reshaped in the natural cycle of creation and destruction. Despite storm surges and Atlantic gales, the island harbours astonishing life, abundant and diverse, filled with fascinating research opportunities and ecological challenges.

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Par Kevin, 2010-03-01, 06h31

Une histoire touchante et incroyable!

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