Most toddlers delight their parents by walking from one end of the room to the other without wiping out.

Two-year-old Nik Wallenda dazzled his mom, Delilah, when he walked across the living room on a wire.

It’s par for the course when you grow up in what is arguably the world’s most famous circus family: the Great Wallendas, a high-flying clan whose seven-generation act dates back to late-1700s Austria-Hungary. The current troupe is set to headline the return of the Big Apple Circus at Damrosch Park in Lincoln Center starting Oct. 27, nearly a year after the circus declared bankruptcy.

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