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Lego figurine bravely recreates Felix Baumgartner’s 120,000ft jump

This 1:350 scale stratos jump is as adorable as it is impressive. Hold onto your (Lego) hats and click on through for the high-flying fun

An ingenious crafter has artfully recreated Felix Baumgartner’s trouser-filling120,000ft stratosphere jump with nothing but Lego.

With everything from a hot air balloon and a spacecraft cam all accounted for, you owe it to yourself to bask in the glory of this Lego-fuelled adrenaline adventure. Now if you’ll excuse us, we’re off to go and find Office Cat. No one’s re-created a feline mission yet, and the internet is waiting…

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