Walk over Volcano – level 1
Nick Wallenda likes to do dangerous things. He walks on a rope high above the ground. He walks above an active volcano in Nicaragua. The walk is 1,800 feet long. The rope is only one inch wide.
The volcano is dangerous. The air is toxic. Wallenda must wear a mask. He also wears goggles. Wallenda must wear a safety harness.
People watch him on TV. Some people are not happy. They think that he must walk without the safety harness.
In 2012, Wallenda walks over the Niagara Falls. He is the first person to do this in the world. In 2013, Wallenda walks over the Grand Canyon.
Difficult words: toxic (full of dangerous chemicals), goggles (safety glasses), safety harness (belts and straps that keep a person safe).
You can watch the original video in the Level 3 section.
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