Seriously though, yes, there certainly are. Every time a deep-sea submersible dives to a new place, they see new creatures. Doubtless, there are many to discover. Even in the very deepest parts of the ocean, there appear to be living creatures. Incredible.
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But to me, the most problematic part of the question is “[how can they]integrate themselves into the community?” This assumes there always is a community, at least of the ethnically, culturally or socioeconomically identifiable kind that Hell’s Kitchen, the East, and West Village, Chelsea, Little Italy, Harlem et al. used to be, into which to “integrate”. There may have been moments in Harlem and the East Village and Soho’s past when it was appropriate to imagine “integration” was a virtue and could be done gracefully, in fact, was being done sensitively by people who cared in the 1960s and ‘70s. (I see some of this gracefulness happening a bit in Fort Greene in Brooklyn today). But with the influx of corporate money, and individuals with money who have no financial or personal reason to care about maintaining the character of a New York neighborhood, there has ensued an unavoidable leveling of the spiky gorgeous exasperating many faced-ness of New York City whose injury to what many people believe to be the city’s essence they understandably decry.