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Visitors hit world’s highest & longest glass bridge with hammers to test sturdiness

A few lucky visitors were given the chance to test the sturdiness of the world’s highest and longest glass bridge, located in central China’s Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, by trying to smash it with five-and-a-half-kilogram hammers. The 430-meter-long marvel cracked, but it did not break. According to a park official, even if the glass cracks, pedestrians can still walk on it safely. The soon-to-be-opened bridge spans Zhangjiajie’s Grand Canyon, hanging 300 meters above the canyon floor.

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