The 'Vermontasaurus' by Brian Boland is a Recycled Work of Art

By: Annie Ho - Published: Jul 15, 2010 • References: flickr & odditycentral
Using a pile of wood scraps, Brian Boland built a massive wooden dinosaur and named it the 'Vermontasaurus.' Within nine days of starting the project, this wooden dino has already taken shape, emphasizing Boland's skills in art and design.

Located in Vermont (hence the name), the 'Vermontasaurus' by Brian Boland is 22 feet tall and 122 feet long, making it one gigantic prehistoric wooden creature. Check out the featured gallery to see the finished product of this Brian Boland creation. Stats for Wooden Prehistoric Reptiles Trending: Older & Chilly
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