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Animals you might see during your trip to NC Coast

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When you visit the outer banks, keep your eye out for these creatures. Whatch out, though, not all of them are friendly!

Rated 0 points - posted 9 years ago by clementine in category Travel.
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Sand Tiger- Report Abuse
they hunt through the surf right after sunrise , not the best time to go swimming
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Pelican- Report Abuse
These look almost pterodactyl like the first time you see one and they fly in formation
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- Sorry tourists, this is the number one animal seen at the beach
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Alligator- Report Abuse
At the beach or by the road side , just don’t approach these prehistoric critters
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They can chomp through a broom stick, approach with caution!
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Coyote Report Abuse
-These have begun popping up in recent years
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