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‘Brave Man’s’ glass bridge offers vertigo-inducing views

In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, China's first high-altitude glass-bottomed suspension bridge, spanning the length of three football fields, has opened.

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  • JUDY WOODRUFF:

    Tonight, something not for the faint of heart. China's first high-altitude glass-bottomed suspension bridge has opened to tourists. The pedestrian walkway, known in English as the Brave Man's Bridge is nearly the length of three football fields. It spans two cliffs in Shiniuzhai National Geological Park in Central China. Visitors daring enough to walk on the attraction's one-inch thick glass get vertigo-inducing views of the valley floor 600 feet below.

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