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A tourist poses for a photograph on a larger-than-life sized figure of a gorilla made of rice straw.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
An amusement park situated on the shores of Thailand’s Huay Tueng Thao lake outside Chiang Mai has life-size figures of animals made of rice straw.
A tourist takes a selfie in front of a figure of an elephant made of rice straw.
The giant straw animals are the latest initiative of the park to invite tourists amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A tourist sits in front of a larger-than-life sized figure of a wild boar.
The tourists visiting the amusement park enjoy taking beautiful pictures with the giant straw sculptures.
Tourists take photographs of larger-than-life sized figures of animals made of rice straw.
The animal sculptures include the gorilla, elephant, wild boar, lion, deer, and many more.
A tourist takes photographs of a child posing on a swing in the shape of a gorilla head.
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