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The beaches of the Outer Banks are constantly changing as the waves reshape the land. By the turn of the next century, Ocracoke Island may even be underwater due to such changes. However, the constant transformation of the landscape does not take away from the beauty of the land, nor North Carolinians’ affection for it.
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission biologist Carl Betsill describes the North Carolina that early European explorers, like DeSoto, experienced. It is a vastly different place from today and even from what many imagine it to have been like.