Three Minnesota brothers made the most of the extreme weather, building a 16-foot-high shark out of snow.

It took Trevor, Connor and Austin Bartz 95 hours to make the massive sculpture, which is on display in their parents' front yard.

Living in Minnesota, they probably get a lot of practice with snow-sculpting.


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The three brothers had previously made a pufferfish and a walrus..

The Bartz brothers explained how they make the snow sculptures this morning on America’s Newsroom.

If you're in the New Brighton, Minnesota area and want to check it out, it should be there for a while. The current temperature is -8 degrees Fahrenheit.

Watch the interview with Martha MacCallum above.


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