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Otira Viaduct at Arthur's Pass
New Zealand

Taken from the overlook at Dead Man's Curve showing the Otira Viaduct bridge near Arthur's Pass in New Zealand.  You can read the sign on the rail saying "Don't feed the Kea".  Those birds become aggressive and are not afraid of people!

Copyright: Frank taylor
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Uppladdad: 14/04/2011
Uppdaterad: 30/06/2014
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Tags: newzealand; bridge; arthurspass; viaduct; pass; tahina; kea
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