Native Tree House Architecture

Tree houses are often considered a child’s play-place or the fanciful dwelling of a hip yuppy but in some places in the world they are as ordinary to people as trailers in parks are to us. On New Guinea Island the native populations build tree houses as dizzyingly high as 120 feet in the air. (Source)

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