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Disney Unveils World's Largest Canned Food Sculpture

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As part of it's ongoing efforts to promote volunteer-ism, Walt Disney World in Orlando unveiled a giant sculpture made completely of canned goods. It's believed to be the biggest sculpture ever completed of canned goods, and the video above shows the time lapsed construction.&

Made of 115,527 cans, the structure represents about 70,000 meals. The cans will be donated to shelters in Miami, Orlando and Atlanta.

Disney is currently giving away free tickets to its parks for volunteer work.

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