Repairs are under way on the world's largest elephant.
Workers on Tuesday began removing tin sheathing and cedar planks to assess the damage.
Lucy was built by a real estate developer and has stood as a Jersey Shore landmark in Margate since 1881.
Officials have been waiting for an insurance company to approve repairs since winds uprooted a tent that struck the elephant's butt.
The hope is to have Lucy in tiptop shape for the unofficial start of summer -- Memorial Day Weekend.