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Astoria’s alligator catch mugs for the camera

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The baby gator rescued from an Astoria street this weekend seems to be enjoying his stopover in Brooklyn under the care of Michael Pastore at the city's Animal Care and Control facility, where he's living in a tank in a room largely populated by rescued cats and kittens. (No kittens were harmed during the making of this video.) The city is working to find a home for the reptile at a sanctuary in Pennsylvania.

Updated 6:10 pm, October 10, 2011
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