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Snow sculpture of giant puffer fish drawing attention in New Brighton

A few teenagers with a day off school sculpted a puffer fish that stands nearly 6 feet tall. "Probably over 200 people have stopped here and they all have enjoyed it," one of the sculptors told WCCO.
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