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Japan ice skating rink slammed for freezing 5,000 fish

MailOnline Monday, 28 November 2016
Japan ice skating rink slammed for freezing 5,000 fishA Japanese skating rink that froze 5,000 dead fish into the ice as an attraction for visitors has been forced to close after receiving a barrage of criticism. Space World is set to melt the rink and hold a fish memorial.
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An amusement park in Japan faced a deluge of criticism recently after opening an ice skating rink this month that featured thousands of dead fish suspended in ice. The theme park Space World, which is located in the southwestern city of Kitakyushu, closed the aquarium-themed skating rink on November...

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