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A Moment of Silence for Little Antonio
On the front page of the LA Times website tonight we found the sad note that LA River swimmer Little Antonio has died:
Little Antonio, a goldfish made almost famous by living over 111 days in water from the Los Angeles River, was found dead in his tank in the latimes.com newsroom at 1:58 a.m. Monday. He was believed to be about five months old. The cause of death was undetermined, according to a website editor who made the sad but perhaps inevitable discovery...
Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, but the fish is expected to receive a burial at sea early this week by way of the Los Angeles sanitation system...
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