GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Move over Tundra, there's a newcomer on the Neville Public Museum grounds.
Ferdinand, a life-sized bull made of recycled steel, joined six other sculptures outside the Green bay museum Wednesday.
The sculpture was created by local artist Carl Vanderheyden, who also created Tundra the mammoth.
Before arriving at the museum, Ferdinand spent his first decade in Ledgeview.
The Neville Public Museum in downtown Green Bay is open six days a week, closed on Mondays.