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Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Thursday.

Remember those guinea pigs found in Dolores Park that were lice-infested? Turns out they didn't actually have lice. (SFist)

The California Academy of Sciences has three new juvenile penguins and you can vote to help name two of them. (CBS5)

A Mission landlord wants to evict Station 40, but he has a tech office in the same building and it isn't zoned for office use. (48 Hills)

A San Francisco college student has been turning skateboards into guitars. (KTVU)

The Pier 70 waterfront development could flood by the year 2100 if nothing is done to adapt to sea-level rise. (SF Public Press)

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