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The Dare-devils of La Quebrada

Every year thousands of tourists make their way to the rocky cliffs of La Quebrada in Mexico to watch men dive from the top of the cliffs which rise more than 40 metres above the sea. The water at the foot of the cliffs is so low that the divers have to wait for an incoming tide before they leap. If they miss the tide, certain death awaits them below.
The divers sometimes dive at night, holding lighted torches in their mouths!

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