A last name synonymous with high-flying stunts pulls off another one at Niagara Falls.
FOX's Anna Eliopoulos reports:
Nik Wallenda is known for being the first person to walk a tightrope directly over Niagara Falls. Now, his wife, Erendira, has her own record at the waterfalls.
She successfully hung from a hoop suspended by a helicopter... by her teeth... 300 feet above the raging waters:
(Wallenda) "It felt amazing. It was a little more windy than I expected it to be, but like I said before I just had to put myself back to my backyard and training and felt good enough to where I was able to hang by my teeth."
She even got the chance to do some acrobatic tricks and hung upside down by her toes.
The stunt was coordinated to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Nik's original 1800 foot crossing over the Falls.
Anna Eliopoulos, FOX News.