Atlantic Ocean Excited To Move Into Beautiful Beachfront Mansion Soon

Atlantic Ocean Excited To Move Into Beautiful Beachfront Mansion Soon

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South Nags, NC. Photograph: © Orrin Pilkey / PSDS

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Admitting it has had its eye on the property for quite some time, the Atlantic Ocean confirmed Monday that it was looking forward to moving into a beautiful beachfront mansion in the near future…

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