1/28/2013

An unfortunate dolphin that swam into New York's Gowanus Canal last week died before rescue plans could be made, but the animal highlighted the scores of species that live and often thrive, largely unseen, within the city limits. From exotic species abandoned by their owners to coyotes taking up residence in city parks and even a new frog species, animals form a bustling network of life alongside largely unsuspecting people.

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