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Roswell school attempts world record human animal sculpture

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The students at Northwood Elementary School are attempting to break the current world record by creating the world's largest human animal sculpture. 

The current record was a giant stork filled with 1,311 people.  Students plan to fill a giant sculpture of a Rhino with more than 1,350 people and that's where we find Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken!

Organizers for the event, One More Generation, came across an amazing organization in South Africa called "Rooting-for-Rhino-School-Route Challenge" and decided to try to bring their awareness concept to the United States!

It will take four to six weeks before Guinness World Records is able to determine if the record was broken.

Click the videos above to view the world record attempt!

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