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Microsoft literally built treehouses for its employees

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Microsoft is known for maintaining a fun workplace, from its free candy to its awesome art collection. Its latest perk: treehouses. 

The company announced on its blog Friday that it has created three treetop meeting spaces at its corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington.  

The treehouses were built by Pete Nelson, host of the Animal Planet series Treehouse Masters. They were constructed on the campus this summer, prompting a wave of curiosity and rumors from Microsoft employees, according to the company. 

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