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This 47.5 Feet Giant Lion Was Carved From A Single Tree

It took 20 people and 3 years to complete it.

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    Twenty artists over the span of three years carved this massive Oriental Lion out of a single tree, currently located in Fortune Plaza Times Square in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei Province.

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    Its length spans 47.5 feet; its height 16.5 feet; and its width 13 feet, making it the largest redwood sculpture in the Guinness Book of Records and a popular tourist attraction in Wuhan.

    Via: The China Post

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    The enormous sculpture was worked on in Myanmar before being transferred 3,000 miles to China.

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    Led by sculptor Dengding Rui Yao, the team fashioned an enormous lion out of this redwood trunk.

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