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Pittsburghers imagine a new inflatable for the Three Rivers

Written by Golzar Meamar on .

There is a big, rubber ducky-shaped void in Pittsburgh's waters and it has not gone unnoticed. Residents of the city today have been tweeting about an alternative 40-foot inflatable splashing back into the rivers — an idea inspired by Mike Dougherty of 96.1 KISS radio, known on Twitter as @fsmikey.
 
Pittsburgh joined a league of other cities, including Hong Kong and Sydney, Australia, in welcoming the rubber duck on Sept. 27, 2013. As you remember, it was quite a sensation. The city was specially chosen as the duck's home by the Dutch artist himself, Florentijn Hofman. The rubber duck, harbored in Pittsburgh until Oct. 26, 2013, has moved to more cities, including Hong Kong, and is now back in the United States, in Norfolk, Va., at the Chrysler Museum of Art.

So what creature or thing could be a good next inflatable floating at the Point? 

 
 

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