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Frozen Fish in Ice Skating Rink Cause Public Meltdown in Japan

Newsmax Monday, 28 November 2016
A frozen fish ice skating rink in Japan was shut down Sunday after critics called it a cruel "ice aquarium" that caused "discomfort to the public."
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News video: Theme Park to Remove Thousands of Frozen Fish from Ice Skating Rink After Backlash

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The Japanese theme park Space World will be closing an attraction that featured dead fish after massive public backlash.

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