- volunteering Space Camp® crew trainers
- 3.87 x 2.44 x 13.38 metre(s)
- United Kingdom ()
The largest K'Nex sculpture measures 3.8 metres (12.46 ft) high, 10.29 metres (33.76 ft) long and 1.81 metres (5.93 ft) wide. It was created by volunteering Space Camp® crew trainers (all USA) and presented and measured in One Tranquility Base, U.S. Space and Rocket Centre, Huntsville, Alabama, USA, on 5 January 2012.
The sculpture depicts the skeleton of a T-Rex dinosaur. Approximately 141950 K'Nex pieces were used in its construction.