They are at it again. The talented Pumpkin Sculpt USA team is sculpting up more amazing pumpkin creatures at the Bronx Zoo. This year, their theme is prehistoric animals.
This Andrewsarchus is their first of the season of their huge pumpkin carvings of prehistoric creatures. The Andrewsarchus is the largest meat eating mammal that ever walked the Earth. Wouldn’t it be terrifying to come face to face with this scary looking beast? Scroll down to see the image below to see how large it was compared to a human!
If you are in the New York area, you have two more weekends in which to watch another prehistoric creatures come to life, at The Bronx Zoo. Andy Gertler, Sue Beatrice, & Julia Jankowski are carving every weekend in October and the first weekend in November.
I love this next photo because it allows up to have an idea of how the Pumpkin Sculpt Team assembles these giant pumpkin creatures.
This next pumpkin sculpture of a Meiolania Brevicollis, an extinct species of turtle.
What talent and creativity? Eh? We may not all have the talent of the Pumpkin Sculpt USA team, but you can always use some of their ideas to create your own fantastic pumpkin carvings or prehistoric creature or any other creatures that you can imagine.