Two years ago, thieves broke into the Munch Museum in Oslo and made off with Norwegian artist Edvard Munchs The Scream - and it has not been seen or heard of since. Now, PETA is offering to replace the priceless artwork with a new Scream by Italian artist Marinella Corregia except for one detail: The screamer in the centre of the nightmarish landscape is still a pale, ghostly figure with a gaping mouth but, instead of skin, Coreggias subject has scales. PETA and Corregia hope that substituting a fish as the tortured victim will raise public awareness about the silent screams of fish who are killed for food and sport.
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