At twenty-six metres high, this titanic
looms large over the Alberta badlands. The massive beast also welcomes visitors to step into its giant mouth and gaze out over the sprawling Red Deer River valley.
It’s been said, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, that Manitoba has only two seasons — winter and mosquito season. This five-metre-tall bug in Komarno, Manitoba, pays a somewhat ironic tribute to the pest that has become part of so many Manitoba summer days and nights.