Can we detect evidence of a prior advanced civilization?
This ancient structure has more sides than you think.
Join Discovery about 350 miles off the coast of Australia where we visit Ball's Pyramid. At 1,844 feet above the Pacific, it's the world's tallest sea stack; it's also one of the last dry remnants of a sunken content. The monolithic natural structure formed after years of erosion from an ancient shield volcano about 7 million years ago, and it's home to what is arguably the rarest insect in the world.
Turns out the epic wooden horse that gave the Greeks their victory was all a myth.
The Pacific Northwest is known for its open spaces, and its vast beauty is easily explored by car.
If aliens ever visit Planet Earth, Yemen’s “Dragon’s Blood Island” is probably where they would make their first contact.
Take a private tour of NYC’s American Museum of Natural History from home!
There's a strange sight called the Mima Mounds that stretches for hundreds of miles. But nobody knows what caused them. Learn more about this mysterious place in Washington.
Danni Washington is not only the face of Discovery Exploration, but she is also an ocean advocate and conservationist who has plans on how everyone can make a big impact.
Whereas other colored lakes often get their hues from certain species of bacteria, Mount Kelimutu's lakes are a bit more mysterious.
This natural spring has claimed the lives of many divers.
From the pages of The Explorers Journal, climb into a famed Texas “show cave” that has far more to reveal with Explorers Club fellow C. William “Bill” Steele.
Avoid the crowds and adventure into the north of Norway. Norway is known for it’s awesome fjords. But what exactly is a fjord? It’s a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs that formed after several ice ages. Find out where to avoid the crowds and visit these natural wonders on your next adventure.
"There are all different kinds of demons inside of people, some of them go easy, some want to negotiate, others want to fight."
This picturesque lake in northern Tanzania is harsh enough to burn anything that touches it. Unless, of course, you're one of the select few species adapted to thrive in it.