Living Coasts in Torquay is aiming for a place in the record books - by making the world’s biggest origami penguin.
Starting on the morning of 18 November 2010 staff started sticking pieces of paper together to make one piece big enough for the attempt. Living Coasts' Alex Small came up with the idea, he made the model with marketing manager Stuart Wright.
The attempt was part of Guinness World Record Day. It took 12 folds to make the penguin. Alex and Stuart have been practising on smaller versions ahead of the attempt.
It is being held together by 60 metres of masking tape.
Living Coasts are now going to submit evidence of their attempt to Guinness World Records.
The finished penguin is 4m 12cm high and will be on show in Living Coasts' entrance hall.
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