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Everyone knows Central Park Zoo, but on the other side of the park live some OTHER animals. To access them you'll have to enter the subway station at the marked coordinates. Cache is not in this location but nearby.
On the uptown platform of the 81st street B, C stop you'll find the animals listed below. If you pay VERY careful attention to them you'll find that some of them are willing to answer a few questions for you. Most of them are silent on the issue though. It's up to you to figure out the difference.
Below is a list of animals and possible answers to your questions. Only the animals that have demonstrated their openness to answering your questions will give you the correct answers. The others are false.
The Gull says that the north coordinates are:40 46.992
The Ducks say that the west coordinates are:073 58.368
The Alligator says that the cache is located in Riverside Park.
The Coelacanth says that the north coordinates are: 40 47.008
The Kangaroos say that the west coordinates are:073 59.157
The Leopard says that the cache is located in Central Park.
The Sloth says that the cache is located on the grounds of the Natural History Museum.
The Baby Sea Turtle says that the west coordinates are 073 58.217
The Woodpecker says that the north coordinates are: 40 46.907
Cache container is small, and was originally seeded with some glass beads, some buttons, a Fisher Price Little People toy, and a few other items. Please only trade small items, and bring a pen to sign the log!
If you previously solved this puzzle, please look again and double check your answers I have MOVED the final!!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum