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PETA Might Purchase SeaWorld With Help From A Mystery Donor

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What do you get when you combine one highly-funded animal rights group with a giant animal-based (and by “based” I mean enslaving) theme park? The answer: a brilliant business deal!

In case you weren’t aware, SeaWorld is currently owned by Anheuser-Busch and when InBev purchased AB they decided to nix the park entirely and sell the whole darn thing. Enter PETA!

PETA has placed a bid to purchase one of the three marine parks and give the world back to the sea.  The animal-rights group plans to make-over the park by putting the animals in marine sanctuaries and even returning some to the wild one day. In lieu of real animals, PETA would replace many of the animal exhibits with virtual reality alternatives.

But wait! Buying a theme park cost a lot of dough! Who in the world has that much cash and such a strong passion for saving the whales? HAYDEN PANETTIERE COME ON DOWN! Just kidding! Even though I’d like to think that the Heroes star is the mystery buyer, I don’t think she’s quite famous enough to write that kind of check. But could it be another Hollywood star?

Click on comment and take a guess at the man (or woman) behind door number 3! The winning guess gets a free whale*!

*We’re only kidding about the free whale thing.

via: signonsandiago.com

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  • Wowzers

    “No one is going to go to a park that is full of virtual animals.”
    When are said virtual animals supposed to meet their live counterparts, anyway! (HINT: normal meets virtual)

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