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In the 1933 movie, Kong was about 20 feet tall and weighd 38 ton. In the 2005 version, he was 25 feet tall and weighed 8,000 lbs. Does the data on the weight of Kong make sense for these heights?

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    1 ton = 2,000 pounds

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