Well, folks, it looks like NYC’s wildlife population is expanding from rats, squirrels and pigeons to include dolphins and coyotes!

The Fire Department has been following a dolphin swimming freely in the East River and Newton Creek .  The animal has not shown hostility thus far, which is more than we can say for Shamu down at Sea World.

Furthermore the coyote spotted in Central Park a few weeks ago is creeping around town again.  Wiley Coyote has yet to attack anyone or anything, but I’d probably keep the yappy dogs a safe distance away.

What’s next? The resurgence of the Subway Crocodile?!



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