Who says there isn't any wildlife in New York City? In this short video from our friends at The Gothamist, meet "Sealy the Seal", a plump seal that has been hanging out in Inwood Hill Park for the better part of a year. The video was captured by local Brad Balliett, who said:
"The seal tends to show up at Muscota Marsh in Inwood Hill Park in the evenings between 5 and 8 p.m. I saw it at about 6:30, and it was still there an hour later when I left."
Check out the accompanying article on Gothamist for more info on the Inwood Seal.
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