From dinosaurs to ducks, these are just a few of the many small towns and cities in Canada that erected really big, really odd monuments to attract tourists.
1. World’s largest dinosaur, T. Rex: Drumheller, Alta.
2. World’s largest lobster: Shediac, N.B.
3. World’s largest moose, “Mac”: Moose Jaw, Sask.
4. The Big Nickel: Sudbury, Ont.
5. World’s largest mallard duck: Andrew, Alta.
6. World’s largest perogy: Glendon, Alta.
7. World’s largest Adirondack chair: Varney, Ont.
8. The Big Apple: Colborne, Ont.
9. World’s largest Easter egg: Vegreville, Alta.
10. World’s largest fiddle: Sydney, N.S.
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