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The Big Prawn in West Ballina, Australia

At a height of nearly 30 feet and weighing almost 40 tons, this prawn boasts the title of "The World’s Largest Artificial Prawn.” It was slated for demolition in 2009 until the community of West Ballina, Australia banded together to save the statue of the oversized crustacean. The supersized sea creature was constructed in 1989 as an ode to the local prawning industry. It underwent additional work in 2013 to give it a proper tail, as it originally lacked one.
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