Winston Bronnum (1929-1991) was a self-taught Canadian nature artist, sculptor and entrepreneur known for his large concrete animal sculptures which adorn Canadian roadsides. He founded and operated the defunct Animaland Park which showcased a number of his works and served as his workshop. He worked on bridges and hydro dams early on which helped when designing and building the structures.
- The Cow Bay Moose, Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, 1959
- Gladstone Horse, Saint John, New Brunswick, 1967
- Broken Down Race Horse (Blowhard), Penobsquis, New Brunswick, 1967
- Maugerville Potato, Maugerville, New Brunswick, 1969
- Jumbo the Elephant, St. Thomas, Ontario, 1985
- The World's Largest Lobster, Shediac, New Brunswick, 1990
- ^ Day, photographs by Henri Robideau ; text by Peter (1988). From the Pacific to the Atlantic : Canada's gigantic. Toronto: Summerhill Press. ISBN 0920197450.
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- "St. Thomas' Jumbo the Elephant". CBC Archives. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
- "Shediac's Lobster and Fisherman". CBC Digital Archives. Retrieved 3 July 2014.