A stuntman in has completed a terrifying task over the Great Wall of China.
Adili Wuxor, 42, is called China’s "prince of tightrope walking."
He performed many stunts on the tightrope, including dancing and walking blindfolded, all more than 300 feet off the ground.
The acrobat did it all without a safety harness. Instead, he used a balance pole.
He was joined by a protégé on the wire, who performed hanging upside down.
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