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These Life-Size Dinosaurs Are Made from Carved Pumpkins

by Conner Flynn

These life-sized dinosaurs are made from many carved pumpkins. They look like they are a special breed of mutant, irradiated giants. Man, I wish these bright beasts came out every year, only on Halloween night, only to disappear in the mists come morning. I would be an awesome mutant dino hunter. I would make glowing pumpkin pies from their carcasses and every Halloween, the hunt would begin again.

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Well, I’m just going to have to settle for these awesome pics. These giant dinosaur skeletons were on display at The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze in New York for the last few years. They do a dinosaur category every year and the creations are amazing.

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The detail is impressive to say the least. And you were so proud of your little scary pumpkin! Hit the link for more images.

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[via Geekologie]

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