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Tree Top Canopy Walk, Sabah, Borneo

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Strung
between five enormous trees in the rainforest, this suspension bridge spans
nearly 1,000 feet and stands about 85 feet at its highest point. Admire the beautiful
green canopy of the 130-million-year-old jungle from the large viewing
platforms situated about halfway up the trunks of these massive trees.

Tree Huggers: In order to protect the trees, the walkway was designed so
that steel cables didn’t have to be rigged directly into the trunks.

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Tree Top Canopy Walk, Sabah, Borneo

Strung
between five enormous trees in the rainforest, this suspension bridge spans
nearly 1,000 feet and stands about 85 feet at its highest point. Admire the beautiful
green canopy of the 130-million-year-old jungle from the large viewing
platforms situated about halfway up the trunks of these massive trees.

Tree Huggers: In order to protect the trees, the walkway was designed so
that steel cables didn’t have to be rigged directly into the trunks.

Robbie Shone / Alamy

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