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3 US Cows Swept into Ocean by the Flood Swim 8km to Safety

The animals were recently discovered by park rangers at the Cape Lookout National Seashore, a long chain of undeveloped barrier islands off the North Carolina coast.

Three months had gone by since the animals, belonging to a free-range herd living on private land on Cedar Island, went missing during the storm.

Category One Hurricane Dorian created a “mini-tsunami” that swept cattle and some 30 wild horses from Cedar Island into the ocean when it struck on September 6.

The cows were identified by their keeper, Woody Hancock. They will likely be sedated and sent home on a boat, a Park spokeswoman told the Observer.

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