The zoo is in the library (so a quiet place) and has windows from both the outside (in case the library isn't open) and from the inside. So just a shot of one of the most famous rodents on the planet sleeping away.
Here we have a random statue of a Native American, seemingly with a weapon of war and a peace pipe. The duality of mankind comes to mind. But the sign says, "Punxsutawney, name of Indian Origin." Yet it does not say what the word Punxsutawney actually means in the Native tongue.
According to http://punxypa.com/ it means:
"According to tradition, Punxsutawney was an Indian village before the advent of the European settlers in America. The name Punxsutawney means "sand-fly" place," the Indian word for sand-fly being "ponki", So, the Indians called the place - Ponsutenink, i.e. 'the town of the ponkis.' The vermin were so small as not to be seen, and their bite being hot as sparks of fire."
And thus we learn that the town is named after a nasty biting fly. Maybe that's why this information isn't on the plaque.