Guylian, a Belgian chocolate maker, recently made a chocolate egg that contains at least 50,000 bars (1950 kg of chocolate). It was created for a celebration on behalf of the city of St. Niklaas. It took 525 hours for 26 "chocolate craftsman" to build the chocolate egg, which measured 8.32 meters in height.
Question: Based on the photo as evidence, what would you estimate it's widest girth to be? And what is its estimated volume? Finally, if broken into 50,000 equal-sized "rectangular" bars, what would be the size of each chocolate bar?
Side Note: On April 4, 1996, the Piet Retief Rotary Club in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, constructed a chocolate and marshamallow Easter egg. Supported by an internal steel frame (i.e. it was not solid chocolate), the large egg was just over 25-feet high and weighed 8,968 lbs.