For those who like their eggs with soldiers, this full-scale tank is an eggshell-lent idea – as it’s built from more than 5,000 egg cartons. The Challenger II tank was created from 5,016 egg boxes, 5.7 gallons of glue, more than 10,000 nails and 5,000 staples. A team of four, headed by former film special effects maker Stuart Murdoch, took 512 hours to finish the 34ft-long sculpture. It was created to celebrate March Fourth, an annual egg-and-spoon race run by Eggs For Soldiers in aid of Help For Heroes.
Source - METRO