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May 22, 2008



I went on a treetop walk in Ghana. When it was built the idea was that you would be able to see the jungle wildlife from overhead without disturbing their habitat. I went there in about 2001 and by that time there was virtually no wildlife visible. Most walkers are noisy tourists and consequently they scare away much of what might be there.

The walkway consists of rope bridges between tree top passing places. Far less H&S conscious than the Kew images.


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