4-meter-tall paper rhino sets Guinness record

Source:Ecns.cn Published: 2017/4/21 9:53:13

Artist Liu Tong leads a team to make a paper rhino at a shopping mall in Zhengzhou City, the capital of East China’s Henan Province, April 19, 2017. It took eight members of Liu’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)


 

Artist Liu Tong leads a team to make a paper rhino at a shopping mall in Zhengzhou City, the capital of East China’s Henan Province, April 19, 2017. It took eight members of Liu’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)


 

An official Guinness World Records judge supervises the measuring the white paper rhino at a shopping mall in Zhengzhou City, the capital of East China’s Henan Province, April 19, 2017. It took eight members of artist Liu Tong’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)


 

Artist Liu Tong (C) wins a Guinness world record for paper rhino at a shopping mall in Zhengzhou City, the capital of East China’s Henan Province, April 19, 2017. It took eight members of Liu’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)


 

Instructions on how to make paper animals are shared on a wall at a shopping mall in Zhengzhou City, the capital of East China’s Henan Province, April 19, 2017. It took eight members of Liu’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)

Photo provided by artist Liu Tong shows a white rhino in Kenyan. It took eight members of artist Liu Tong’s team more than four hours to make a rhino 7.833 meters long and 4.064 meters tall using 196 square meters of white paper. The paper artwork won a Guinness world record. (Photo: China News Service/Han Zhangyun)


 
 

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