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Your go-to guide to some stunning Greek caves and the lakes that lie within them.
Turkish ship at centre of Greece drilling row returns to Mediterranean
The move is likely to reignite tensions with Greece over the sovereignty of waters in the eastern Mediterranean and ownership of natural resources.
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes tells his favourite tales from the Middle East
Born in England in 1944, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been named the “world’s greatest living explorer,” by the Guinness Book of Records.
How Justin Bieber shut down an Icelandic beauty spot
The Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon in Iceland has been closed to the public after hordes of visitors flocked to the site.
Bristol and Zurich top European study into use of hard drugs
High traces of cocaine and ecstacy found in the cities' wastewater
Indian Ocean exploration mission makes historic broadcast
A British-led scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean broadcast its first live, television-quality video images from a two-person submersible early Tuesday.
Scientists reach last-known location of Shackleton's lost ship
The Endurance, captained by legendary polar explorer Ernest Shakleton, sank more than 100 years ago in Antarctica.
Watch : Rare 'Dumbo' octopus seen in California deep-sea dive
A rare 'Dumbo' octopus was spotted by scientists during a deep-sea research dive done by their unmanned robotic submersible off the coast of California.
Meet the man behind 2001: A Space Odyssey's visual effects
50 years on, one of the key players behind the sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey has rewatched his visual effects work alongside an audience of 2,000 people in the French city of Lyon.
Watch: Wild emperor penguins take selfies with explorer's camera
Two curious emperor penguins in Antarctica can be seen knocking over a camera and filming themselves in footage from the Australian Antarctic Division.
Record-breaking explorers answer your questions on the Arctic Mission
Marine biologist Tim Gordon and sailor Erik de Jong answer your questions on the Arctic Mission.
This Scottish duo plans to literally walk around the world
On the morning of Tuesday, March 7 29-year-old Paul Whatley and his dog Brett left their home town of Dunbar in Scotland to engage in the adventure of a lifetime: walking around the…
EU Parliament rejects total ban on Arctic oil drilling
European Parliament lawmakers voted against a non-binding motion to prohibit oil and gas exploration in the Arctic
Never say never: survival star Bear Grylls talks fear, masculinity and 007
With adventure TV shows in over 200 countries, numerous books and merchandising deals Grylls' schedule is timed to the minute, luckily we managed to grab him between takes as he filmed the latest camp
Polar explorer Henry Worsley dies trying to reach his dream
Tributes have poured in for the British explorer Henry Worsley who has died after falling ill just 50 km short of attempting to become the first
Solar powered plane aims for the edge of space
Raphaël Domjan is aiming his aircraft at the edge of space. The Swiss pilot is pioneering a new kind of high altitude flight using nothing but the