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Have you seen the awesome Lego animal sculptures at the London Wetland Centre?

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Josh Mcloughlin
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Animals lovers and toy brick enthusiasts can finally come together after the arrival of a set of unusual additions to the local wildlife at the London Wetland Centre.

Huge Lego sculptures of kingfishers, otters, swans and ducks have landed in the award-winning Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust park in Barnes, south-west London.

Want one to take home? You can join drop-in sessions to learn how to make your very own Lego frog. Visitors can spot the sculptures until January 28.


Photos: London Wetland Centre

Love Lego? London's new Lego shop is open and there's a GIANT Lego tube carriage.

Check out our video of the huge new store:

The world's biggest Lego store opens in London today!

The world's biggest Lego store opens in Leicester Square today, complete with a 16,000 brick tube map and HUGE two-storey, 200,000 brick Big Ben.

Posted by Time Out London on Thursday, 17 November 2016

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