Waterful Wildlife World of Environmental Retribution!
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Part of the entrance to SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: The property on which SCP-XXXX is located has been purchased by a Foundation shell company and cordoned off as a condemned building site.

Following the Ethics Committee ruling on (date), access to SCP-XXXX without approval from a supermajority of the Committee is prohibited.

Description: SCP-XXXX denotes the remnants of the Australian amusement park "Waterful Wildlife World!" SCP-XXXX exhibits a variety of anomalous phenomena, ranging from inconsistent internal geometry to the presence of potentially hostile entities within.

History: Prior to the emergence of its anomalous properties, SCP-XXXX functioned as an aquarium and amusement park named "Waterful Wildlife World!" for residents in the southern area of Victoria, Australia. It was known for its inadequate animal handling, poor management, and rumors of dealings with corrupt Australian politicians to illegally keep the park open. The premature deaths of several animals popular with the public attracted negative attention from environmentalist and animal rights groups by mid 2007.

The park's negative publicity culminated with the disappearance and death of William Fritz, one of the park's handlers who had been an outspoken opponent of park's management. While direct evidence was never produced, Fritz was thought to have leaked data, photos, and videos of malpractice taking place at Waterful Wildlife World. Fritz was reported missing in on December 13, 2007; his body was recovered two weeks later in one of the sewers beneath the park. His cause of death was determined to be drowning. Fritz's family pursued legal action against the park which, compounded with the already enormous negative press and pressure from environmentalist groups, led to its official closure in spring of 2008.

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