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3,000 ounces is about two-fifths as heavy as a cubic meter of Snow
In other words, it's 0.370 times the weight of a cubic meter of Snow, and the weight of a cubic meter of Snow is 2.70 times that amount.
(Freshly fallen, standard conditions; measurements taken in Norway, 1965-68)
One cubic meter of freshly fallen snow under standard conditions weighs an average of 8,100 ounces. Assembled in 2008, the world record largest snowman was constructed of 210,000,000 ounces of snow and stood 37.21 m (122.1 ft) tall.
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