A sculpture named 'Unbearable' at front of Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish Parliament, in Copenhagen. Photo: Reuters

By Nikolaj Skydsgaard
16 April 2016

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – A sculpture of an impaled polar bear went on display on Friday in front of the Danish parliament to highlight the impact of global warming.

The seven-meter high metal sculpture named Unbearable depicts a graph of carbon dioxide accumulation in the atmosphere sky-rocketing into the belly of a polar bear, gutting its abdomen and almost penetrating the back of the beast.

The sculpture of an impaled polar bear goes on display in Denmark to show global warming is becoming 'unbearable'



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