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Thomas the Tank Engine--requiring more than the 21,700 cubic feet of helium needed to fill Dexter--uses more helium than any other balloon in the Parade's history.

Here, you'll find a list of balloons that require the most helium in the Parade's history.

Rules

  1. The balloon must have been filled with 15,000 cubic feet of helium or more.

List

  1. Thomas the Tank Engine - Over 21,700 cubic feet of helium
  2. Dexter's Laboratory - 21,700 cubic feet of helium
  3. Wild Thing - 21,000 cubic feet of helium
  4. Garfield (1st version) - 18,907 cubic feet of helium
  5. Sonic the Hedgehog (1st version) - 18,900 cubic feet of helium
  6. SpongeBob SquarePants & Gary - 18,000 cubic feet of helium
  7. Baby Shamu - 17,000 cubic feet of helium
  8. Rugrats - 16,780 cubic feet of helium
  9. Blue's Clues - 16,500 cubic feet of helium
  10. SpongeBob SquarePants (1st Version) - 16,200 cubic feet of helium
  11. Super Cute Hello Kitty (1st Version) - 16,200 cubic feet of helium
  12. Abby Cadabby - 16,100 cubic feet of helium
  13. Beethoven the Dog - 15,750 cubic feet of helium
  14. Millennium Snoopy (5th Version) - 15,650 cubic feet of helium
  15. Betty Boop - 15,500 cubic feet of helium
  16. Strike Up The Band Barney (2nd Version) - 15,370 cubic feet of helium
  17. Smurf - 15,050 cubic feet of helium
  18. Spaceman - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  19. Quik Bunny - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  20. Arthur - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  21. Buzz the Honey Nut Cheerios Bee - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  22. Snoopy as the Flying Ace (6th Version) - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  23. Pikachu with Pokeball (2nd Version) - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  24. Po from Kung Fu Panda - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
  25. Green Eggs and Ham - 15,000 cubic feet of helium
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