What States Do Wild Horses Live in?

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Wild Horses live in a number of states. Some herds live on small islands off the east coast such as Assateague, an island off the coast of Maryland and Virginia, Shakleford, off the coast of North Carolina and off the Georgia coast on the Cumberland Islands. Wild horses roam freely in these states: Nevada, Wyoming, California, Oregon, Colorado, Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, and North Dakota. These horses are federally protected.
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