I Can't Believe It's Made of Butter The Pennsylvania Farm Show features a sculpture made from 800 pounds of butter. It pays tribute to Ben Franklin and the Liberty Bell. Meanwhile, in Georgia, a sculptor used resin and stone for a massive depiction of Earth. The sculpture at Kennesaw State University weighed 175 tons. Built to emphasize the fragility of the Earth, it wasn't built strongly enough -- it collapsed.
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I Can't Believe It's Made of Butter

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I Can't Believe It's Made of Butter

I Can't Believe It's Made of Butter

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