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Skywalker: China builds horrifying glass bridge over huge canyon (Videos)

Take a first look at the stunning and amazing glass Bridge in the world! 300 vertical height from the ground, 430 meters long, and 6 meters wide, the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon glass bridge holds 10 world records and it has the highest bungy jump in the world!

The world’s longest glass-bottomed suspension bridge opened for visitors in Shiniuzhai National park in China earlier this week, with drone footage capturing visitors walking along the structure on Wednesday.

Cracks were found in a panel of the glass skywalk that just opened at Yuntai Mountain Resort in Henan’s Jiaozuo.

Last year saw a glass-bottomed walkway in China’s Henan province close for repairs just two weeks after opening when cracks began appearing beneath visitor’s feet on the clifftop route.

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