A French acrobat surprised people by showing an incredible waterfall between the mountains. In one video, the boy was seen walking over a strap bridge called a slackline.
At an elevation of 80 meters, Nathan Paulin reached a distance of 500 meters (264 feet). In Rio de Janeiro, it was his first effort.
Lots of people come to see Paulin compete and cheer him on. Paulin was shown walking without safety gear in the video, which relied on sights.
The gorgeous views of the beach under the bridge and the blue sky were a visual treat, and the backdrop of the waterfall, the famous Sugarloaf Mountain, made the clip more appealing.
The Sky News video has received over 29,000 views.
See the video:
A French daredevil crossed Babilonia Hill and Urca Hill in Rio de Janeiro on a strap bridge – known as a slackline.
– Sky News (@SkyNews) December 5, 2021