Stunning life-sized animals carved from beaches provide all the sand castle inspiration you will need this Summer

Professional sand artists husband and wife Paul and Remy Hoggard have gone from beach to beach leaving behind spectacular elephants, horses and even the late gorilla Harambe.

Since getting the sand artist bug in 1991 after creating his first sculpture on Baga beach, India, Paul has taken his incredible knack for carving animals out of sand around the world.

Paul Hoggard poses with a sand sculpture of an elephant (Photo: Profimedia)
One of Paul and Remy Hoggards sand sculptures (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul Hoggard working on a large elephant sand sculpture (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul Hoggard works on a sand sculpture of an orangutan (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul Hoggard works to finish off the last touches of an elephant sand sculpture (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul and Remy Hoggards sculpture of the late Harambe (Photo: Profimedia)
Remy Hoggard poses in front of completed sand sculpture (Photo: Profimedia)
Remy Hoggard works on a sand sculpture of the late Harambe (Photo: Profimedia)
One of Paul and Remy Hoggards completed sand sculptures (Photo: Profimedia)
One of Paul and Remy Hoggards completed sand sculptures of a mother elephant and calfs (Photo: Profimedia)
One of Paul and Remy Hoggards sand sculptures of an elephant (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul Hoggard works on a sand sculpture (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul and Remy Hoggard working on one of their sand sculptures (Photo: Profimedia)
Paul and Remy Hoggards sculpture of an elephant (Photo: Profimedia)
One of Paul and Remy Hoggards sand sculptures (Photo: Profimedia)

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