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Daintree National Park is a magical meeting of rainforest and reef, lying at the heart of the world heritage listed wet tropics of Queensland in northern Australia. The area is a living link to our planet’s distant past, to a primeval world from more than 50 million years ago. Biologist Peter Byrne and his research team ride a giant crane to gain a unique view of what many consider to be the last biological frontier. It’s the rainforest from an entirely new perspective, where the treetops meet the atmosphere and it’s frequented by birds and all manner of mammals, which use the foliage as an aerial highway and never have to venture to the forest floor to commute between food sources.