Yullundry Roo

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Jan 25 2010
DUBBO, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 25: A sculpture created by Robert Armstrong called ‘Yullundry Roo’ is exhibited as part of the ‘Animals On Bikes’ Paddock Art sculpture tourist trail on January 25, 2010 in Cumnock, Australia. The trail of 45 two metre high sculptures is the longest sculpture installation in the world running for 120km through Molong, Cumnock, Yeoval to Dubbo in rural NSW, and was created by local farmers, their wives and even school children to promote local tourism. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

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