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Cute Animal Sculptures At The San Antonio Zoo Are Created Of Lego Bricks

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Although this pandemic is not over, several tourist sites have begun to be opened to the public but are required to continue to comply with health protocols to minimize the spread of Covid-19. One of the recently opened tourist sites is the San Antonio Zoo in the United States. Something is interesting at this zoo. They have Lego animals made of millions of Lego pieces, Amazing!

Lego’s games have never lost a fan. Not only liked by children but also adults. Kids at home always want this one toy. Using various animal types from lego, such as in this zoo, is undoubtedly very interesting and unique. After being closed for some time due to the Corona pandemic, this zoo began to open doors for tourists slowly.

Even though it has opened the public, people certainly still feel anxious when visiting public places. Therefore, the San Antonio Zoo, USA, has an exciting way to attract visitors to their area. In Bored Panda reportage, San Antonio Zoo displays the replicas of several animals built from Lego bricks. They collaborate with famous New York artist Sean Kenney, who is a certified Lego professional as well. Even this exhibition was given the title ‘Wild Connections’ and could be seen by visitors until September 5 last year. There are 30 Lego sculptures made from three million pieces of Lego that can be seen by visitors.

Just check them out of the Incredible LEGO BRICKS sculptures below!

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#1 “Polar Bears”

Image source and credits: Darrell Bacak

In this exhibition, visitors can see how long it took to build the sculptures and the number of LEGO bricks used by Sean. The shape is similar, but the body and color details are very realistic in this LEGO replica. For example, the sculptures of panda baby replica. Sean takes 405 hours to make it using 53,460 Lego bricks. Simultaneously, the bald eagle sculpture takes 184 hours with 42,198 pieces of Lego bricks to build it. That is a high dedication in the middle of the pandemic this artist is doing!

#2 “Dodo Bird”

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You can find other Lego animals such as pandas, lemurs, turtles, fish, chameleons, bulls, lions, frogs, bears, fish, deer, various birds such as peacocks, and bald eagles, and even insects such as bees and butterflies also made from Lego pieces. Exactly like the original! Can you imagine how difficult it is to build an animal replica of millions of Lego bricks? Need accuracy, extra patience, and of course, the time is not short.

#3 “Lemur”

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Well, for children, Lego is familiar because they usually play. The zoo manager hopes to lure children into being enthusiastic in knowing this Lego animal replica with this exhibition. The zoo highly appreciates Sean’s hard work and believes what he made at the San Antonio Zoo inspired children who came to visit in a pandemic situation. Hopefully, the children can continue to be creative in difficult times like this.

#4 “Bee”

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#5 “Frog”

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Zoo visitors are not as busy as usual. Some people are still cautious and careful to enjoy the holidays. However, the San Antonio Zoo keeps the spirit. They made some animal replicas using Lego and allowed visitors to see the exhibition in a drive-thru. Wow, it’s creative!

#6 “Bald Eagle”

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#7 “Ruby-Throated Hummingbird”

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#8 “Tortoise”

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#9 “Father Duck And Ducklings”

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#10 “Buffalo”

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#11 “Jumping Koi”

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#12 “Ladybug”

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#13 “Chameleon”

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#14 “Mantis”

Image source and credits: Peter Eick

#15 “Snow Leopard”

Image source and credits: Darrell Bacak

#16 “Fox Chasing A Rabbit”

Image source and credits: Sean Kenney

#17 “Lion”

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#18 “Butterfly”

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#19 “Goldfinch”

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#20 “Deer Family”

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#21 “Birdbath”

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#22 “Pileated Woodpecker”

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#23 “Dragonfly”

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#24 “Calf”

Image source and credits: Darrell Bacak

#25 “Baby Pandas”

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#26 “Peacock”

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