Kids Build 'Sweet' Replica of Ghenghis Khan Weapon

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A group of kids in Denver recently recreated a miniature version one of Genghis Khan's most famous weapons.

However, the homemade mini catapults were less threatening than the original weapon as they launched some unusual ammunition - marshmallows.

The Saturday event was hosted by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science as part of the Genghis Khan exhibit.

Organizers said they wanted to give future engineers a chance to enhance their thinking and design skills.

The exhibit is expected to continue through the early part of February.

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