Largest LEGO skeleton

The Largest skeleton built with interlocking plastic bricks is the handiwork of Nathan Sawaya from the USA. At 6 meters (20 ft) long and comprising 80,020 pieces, 'Dinosaur Skeleton' is a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, meticulously built to scale. He built it over the summer of 2011 “in honor of the thousands of children who enjoy the art of LEGO building”.

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