“The tallest ice sculpture measures 16.22 m (53 ft 2.58 in) and was achieved by People’s Government of Yichun City, in Yichun, China, on 19 January 2010. The sculpture was in the shape of a dinosaur. It used about 850 cubic meters (30,017.47 cubic feet) of ice.”
You know what this sculpture screams? Besides the obvious astonishing height and intricate detail, this sculpture also screams teamwork.
Often times ice sculpting requires several steady hands and skillful minds, which is why it makes a fantastic group team building activity.
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