Students at a training institute in India are aiming for a Guinness World Record with a 22.6-foot long fishing lure made from metal waste.
The Berhampur Industrial Training Institute in Odisha said more than 100 students spent 40 days constructing the giant fishing lure, which includes a hook at the bottom, from metal waste.
The project is part of the school’s Art From Waste project, which previously saw the completion of a 70-foot-tall guitar sculpture and a 32-foot-tall giraffe.
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