A giant knitted rabbit in Italy can be seen from space by visitors to Google Earth.
The giant bunny was "knitted by dozens of grannies". [Agencies]
The 200-foot-long toy rabbit lies on the side of the 5,000 foot high Colletto Fava mountain in northern Italy's Piedmont region.
The pink rabbit was knitted by Gelitin, the Viennese art collective, as an outdoor sculpture for people to climb on, sleep on, and generally play with.
It is made of soft, waterproof, materials and is stuffed with straw.
Gelatin say it was "knitted by dozens of grannies out of pink wool".
Wolfgang Gantner, a group member said: "It's supposed to make you feel small, like Gulliver. You walk around it and you can't help but smile."
He explained that the bunny is not just for walking around and they expect hikers to climb its 20 foot sides and relax on its belly.
The bunny attracts many visitors each year and can now be seen via satellite on the internet. It is expected to remain on the mountain side until 2025
A spokesperson from Gelatine said: "Now even Google Maps is spotting the rabbit from outer-space."
The idea of giant art installations is not new. In June this year, artist Giancarlo Neri unveiled his giant writing desk and chair on Hampstead Heath.
The sculpture, called The Writer, is 30ft high and has already become such a part of the London landscape that pranksters have been using it as a pizza delivery address.