What do you do those days when your toddler is a bundle of energy, so much so that you can can barely keep up? In South Korea, a bunch of adults tapped into the youngsters' boundless energy by putting them to work building the tallest Lego tower on Earth. It took 4,000 kids, five days, and 50,000 bricks to build a tower that stands at a height of 31.9 meters, beating France's previous record of 31.6 meters. This humongous construction project made by itty-bitty kiddies was finished last weekend to celebrate Lego's 80th birthday on May 13. Check out the video above to see the Lego-building toddlers in action.
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