The city has come a long way from the time when cows roamed the city's underground tunnels looking for an angry fix. Now, the only cow left in Manhattan is named Othello, and lives on a diet of hay and pellets at the Central Park Zoo. The 14-year-old Dexter cow is also probably the luckiest cow in the country, and not just because he's living on some prime real estate. “Pretty much anything over a year would be abnormal for this kind of cow, because most would be slaughtered long before now,” New York City zoos director Jeff Sailer told the Wall Street Journal (paywall).