Ziplines in the jungle: a high-wire act in Laos

A new ecolodge in southern Laos uses zipwires to help tourists get in, out and around Dong Hung Sao national park

Article by The Guardian
If the gibbons are watching, they are probably feeling a touch disdainful. For our primate cousins, this kind of treetop travel is a doddle. Equipped with nothing more than mobile wrists and a gung-ho disposition, gibbons are nature’s great arboreal acrobats, capable of travelling from branch to branch at great speed. To read the full article by The Guardian, please click the source below.

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