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WATCH: Staten Island Chuck Impersonator Died After Being Dropped by Mayor

The groundhog died of internal injuries after the fall, the New York Post reported.

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Meet the 8 Animals Keeping NYC Cute

From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.

West Brighton »

Adorable Newborns Charm Visitors to Staten Island Zoo

Two cavies, the fourth-largest rodent in the world, were born at the zoo earlier this month.

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'Tawny Frogmouth' Bird to Perch at Staten Island Zoo

A 7-month-old male Tawny Frogmouth, an Australian species which resembles an owl, is coming to the zoo.

West Brighton »

Giant Tortoises Latest Addition to Staten Island Zoo

The zoo has unveiled the new Galapagos tortoise exhibit.

West Brighton »

Adorable Baby Anteater Wins Hearts at Staten Island Zoo

MJ, a southern tamandua, was born on Jan. 12 at the West Brighton zoo.

West Brighton »

Mayor Drops Staten Island Chuck, Groundhog Predicts More Winter

The furry meteorologist predicted six more weeks of winter after being dropped by Mayor de Blasio.

West Brighton »

Groundhog Who Sank Teeth into Bloomberg Set to Meet New Mayor Sunday

Staten Island Chuck had a testy relationship with the last mayor.

West Brighton »

Runaway Baby Red Fox Returned to Staten Island Zoo

The red fox was caught in Brighton Heights on Sunday night, zoo officials said.

New Brighton »

Baby Red Fox Escapes from Staten Island Zoo

A 7-month-old red fox named Montana burrowed out of the Staten Island Zoo.

New Brighton »

Staten Island Zoo Raising Money to Buy Massive Cassowary Birds

The zoo hopes to raise $20,000 to buy two of the enormous, rare birds.

St. George »

City Tries to Lure Tourists to Staten Island in Latest Campaign

The city's tourism wing's latest campaign will try and attract visitors to Staten Island.

West Brighton »

Popcorn-Scented Baby Bearcat Woos Visitors to Staten Island Zoo

The baby binturong, or bearcat, is being weaned in the Staten Island Zoo's nursery.

South Beach »

Solar-Powered Phone Chargers Installed in Staten Island Zoo and Beaches

The stations will let people charge their phones at Midland Beach, South Beach and the Staten Island Zoo.

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