The fish skeleton was exhibited in Mannheim Cathedral in Germany. It was later discovered that it was fraud …….. Or was it! …….. Because NOW it is said they have caught an even bigger pike in Stockholm, which is over 40 feet long and are more ferocious .. Or is it just fraud! ….. See for yourself!…… Watch out kids, it’s very hungry!
The pike is covered with planks with spaces that make it easy and fun to climb on.
The project is made in collaboration with Stockholm City, as part of a major site renovation and landscape remodeling project.
The pike is approximately 12 m long, 2 m high and 2 meters wide.
An arrangement of about 32 tree trunks painted as seaweed are all entangled in typhoon rope.
The seaweed is between 12 and 18 cm thick Robeniastammer, 40 – 300 cm.
There is a pole slide down from the back of the pike.