Giant Bull Head Welcomes Tourists To The Porter Sculpture ParkBy May Shella Mojana-Macuha on May 24, 2012 in Arts, United States, Weird, World •
Credit: Porter Sculpture Park
A giant bull head is one of the attractions welcoming tourists to the Porter Sculpture Park in Montrose, South Dakota, several news sites reported on Wednesday, May 23, 2012.
According to reports, the giant bull head, which is 60-foot-tall, serves as the cornerstone of the park. It greets motorists running on Interstate 90 as they travel to South Dakota‘s Black Hills.
Wayne Porter spent about three years creating the giant bull head, which weighs 25 tons and is mostly made out of railroad tie plates. Reports said that Porter claims it to be the largest bull’s head in the world.
“If anyone builds one bigger, I’ll know about it. And if they did, they’re crazy. I’m not going to argue with them,” Porter was quoted as saying.
According to reports, Porter’s next project that could take several years to complete is a 40-foot-tall horse.
The Porter Sculpture Park is located at 25700 451st Ave., Montrose, S.D. It is open daily from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, reports said.
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