Giant animals made of Lego have arrived at White Rose in Leeds

Huge animal sculptures made of Lego have arrived at the White Rose shopping centre in Leeds as part of a worldwide exhibition.

The fourteen sculptures are made of more than 100,000 Lego bricks and include a Bengal Tiger, a Giant Panda and an Orangutan.

Families can visit the free Animal Heroes display until Wednesday, August 7.

Part of Live Company Group PLC (LON:LVCG), BRICKLIVE Group and Bright Bricks are an international toy brick building and events group. The Live Company Group PLC is not associated with the LEGO® Group.

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