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'Big pile' of eels dumped in New York City park; impact not yet known

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The illegal release into Prospect Park Lake in Brooklyn became a curiosity on social media, but the dumping of exotic animals in urban...
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During a press conference on Saturday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced movie theaters outside of New York City can reopen at 25 percent capacity or up to 50 people per screen on October 23rd.

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