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Though it was discovered almost 500 years ago, few people have visited Sable Island. Despite modern navigational tools, excessive fog and stormy weather still make travelling to Sable a challenge. But the island is part of Maritime lore--dubbed the "graveyard… of the Atlantic" because of the number of ships wrecked on its shores. Sable Island also hosts wild horses, thousands of seals, and enchanting "singing" sands and "wandering" dunes. Sable Island is as dangerous as it is alluring. Grades 2-4. 2011.