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Check Out This Extreme Bungy Jumping Video in 4k

YouTube user devinsupertramp has uploaded an extreme bungy jumping video that’s viewable up to 2160p (4k) resolution. The high quality video can be best seen on a PC with a 4k Ultra HD monitor, or through the YouTube app for Smart 4k TVs. Other available streaming HD resolutions include 1440p, 1080p and 720p.

The bungy jumping facility in New Zealand is apparently the world’s largest commercial cliff jump, but participants don’t seem to be taking it too seriously as they plunge off a 200 meter cliff with various props. We’re not sure about the tandem jumping, however. That just looks like an accident waiting to happen.

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