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King of the wire Nik Wallenda to walk across an active volcano on live television

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King of the wire Nik Wallenda to walk across an active volcano on live television

King of the wire Nik Wallenda to walk across an active volcano on live television

In case walking across Niagara Falls, and the Grand Canyon, and Times Square wasn't daring enough for you, "king of the wire" Nik Wallenda has unveiled his next challenge.

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