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Miami's Museum Of Ice Cream Is Killing The Ocean
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Date: Thursday 4 January 2018, 12:00 AM
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The Instagrammable wonderland that's made its way from New York to Los Angeles and now, to Miami, might just melt due to all the hot water it's in. The Museum of Ice Cream in Florida, which debuted during Art Basel, has just been hit with a $1000 fine from the city for creating an "environmental hazard." The offending attraction? That oh-so-ubiquitous sprinkle pool everyone has been diving into. You see, those sprinkles, as colorful and cute as they are, are not really sprinkles. They're tiny plastic pods of litter. According to the Miami New Times, a local environmentalist spotted the debris on the sidewalk and street outside the museum and realized they were sticking to people's clothes and falling off outside. When rain sweeps them into storm drains, they're going directly into the ocean and can cause some detrimental effects to marine life. Not cool. While we're the last ones to stop you from waiting on a ridiculously long line for the sake of a 'gram, you should probably make like Taylor Swift and "Shake It Off" before you leave.
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