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Somebody please cut George Washington's leafy locks! He's in need of a trim. That is, before things get out of hand.

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This is the Mount Rushmore replica in Shaping Park in Chongqing, China. The park has been around for years now, and according to website Dale in China, it's apparently dedicated to the Americans who helped fight against the Japanese in the Second Sino-Japanese War.

Besides the faux Mount Rushmore, there are other small-scale replicas in the park:

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But the concern now is George Washington's hair! As this photo from RShuckman.com from 2010 shows, a well-manicured George Washington is a handsome George Washington.

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Recent ChinaNews.com photos show some unruly growth.

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Trim those leaves before they get out of control.

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Photos: 沙坪公园, Fantong, Cftea, 陈庆纲的摄影博客, DaleInChina, RShuckman

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