The Skeleton of a Giant Sea Snake Washes Ashore in France

(Photo: Jean-Pierre Dalbéra)

(Photo: Nantes Tourism)

That's the impression created by this sculpture by Huang Yong Ping, an artist in France. This isn't his first colossal serpentine work. We've previously seen his tower formed as a skeleton of a snake. Serpent d’Océan, as this work is entitled, creates a similar effect of mystery.

It's a 425-foot long sculpture on permanent display in the estuary of the Loire River as it enters the Bay of Biscay. It represents like a major figure in Chinese mythology that, like the artist himself, journeyed to Europe.

You can see more photos of the sculpture here.

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