Hot Shots Thursday

Hot Shots Thursday

From the world's largest gingerbread village to a pair of elk who think they're new job is to guard a town's laundrymat, we'v'e got your Thanksgiving Hot Shots.

It's the largest gingerbread village ever! It's in Corona, New York. The chef spent the last year creating "gingerbread lane," which is on display at the new york hall of science. The village is more of a metropolis, with its 150-houses and buildings including a town hall, a fire station, and of course, a bakery.

Here's a picture you don't see everyday. Two elk camped out in front of a colorado laundromat. This photo was taken in the mountain town of estes park. Elk are common there -- but not typically in front of the town's laundromats. The picture-taker thought they were guarding it. I'm pretty sure no one would dare go inside while these guys are out front.

Finally,they say there's a first for everything. And here's a good example, a dinosaur auction. Experts say it's the first time a donosaur has been auctioned off. It wasn't cheap either. It sold for 700-thousand bucks in England. The fifty-five foot long skeleton was last seen roaming the world a hundred and fifty thousand years ago.

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