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The tiny Scottish highland heifer was donated to the zoo by the North Shore Rotary Club.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio, who dropped a groundhog, hasn't confirmed if he'll attend this year's ceremony.

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The project will replace the 15 smaller fish tanks with four floor-to-ceiling ones.

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Felipe, a male Scimitar-Horned Oryx, was born at the Staten Island Zoo.

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The mayor, who dropped the furry prognosticator during his first year, will miss this year's ceremony.

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The furry prognosticator was enclosed in a Plexiglas case and was not picked up by the mayor. 

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The groundhog, Staten Island Chuck Died after the mayor dropped her last year.

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The city is full of events during the holidays, including a train show and a giant gingerbread village.

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Seven Chinese crocodile lizards were born at the zoo this month.

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

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

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

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

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The zoo has unveiled the new Galapagos tortoise exhibit.