In New Zealand, a cave full of carnivorous glow worms is the setting for a beautiful, luminescent nightmare.

This WWII plane graveyard at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean is an eerie, underwater wonderland.

Chris Sharma just climbed this 77-metre tall, 600-year-old Californian redwood – without a rope – in the name of science.

Siberia's Toilet of Terror

Friday July 17, 2015

When you've gotta go, you've gotta go. But how desperate would you have to be to use this cliffside toilet in Siberia?

What lurks beneath the cow paddocks of South Australia? Sinkholes that make world-class cave diving sites.

Four Decades a Ranger

Wednesday May 27, 2015

Steve Fuller has been Yellowstone’s winter ranger for 42 years. His photos – all hundred thousand of them – capture the stark beauty of life in the wild.

Holiday at Sea

Tuesday May 19, 2015

Holiday destinations have never looked more Bond villain-esque than Spitbank Fort, a five-star hotel in the English Channel that's only reachable by boat.

Photographing the Yukon

Sunday May 17, 2015

For weeks at a time, Bruno Ausberger can be found in the remote wilderness of Canada’s Yukon territory, alone, with little but the tools he brings and his camera. After seeing his photos, we're tempted to join him.

Six Months at Sea

Friday May 08, 2015

What’s it like to live on a container ship for six months? Martin Machado did just that, and took a handheld video camera along to record the experience.

Life as a Stuntman

Saturday May 02, 2015

This short film confirms what we've long suspected: that life as a professional stuntman is pretty awesome.

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