MARGATE, N.J. (WPVI) -- Lucy the Elephant, one of the Jersey shore's favorite landmarks, is in dire need of a makeover, and PETA is offering to help make that happen.
PETA said it would pay for major repairs to Lucy - but the group's aid comes with a catch.
In exchange, PETA would use the Margate landmark as a so-called "spokes elephant" to bring attention to real elephants who are forced to work in the circus.
About $58,000 is needed to repair Lucy, who after 134 years, is falling apart.
So far there's been no response from the organization that runs and maintains the wooden elephant.
PETA offers conditional help to restore Lucy the Elephant
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