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The African country of Madagascar boasts plenty of wildlife, but it also features the world's largest stone forest. Some of the limestone peaks reach as high as 2,600 feet, and the nature reserve is home to several unique endangered plants and animals including lemurs.
The first American woman to walk in space is also the first woman to reach the deepest known point in the ocean.
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.
If researchers can reach it, it could tell them important things about the early people who built it.
Most people know that Tanzania is home of the Serengeti and an amazing diversity of wildlife. The country is made up of 430 species of wildlife and 17 national parks. But did you know that it’s where 51 million people call home as well?
Israel is a country packed full of history and culture. Head out on an adventure to discover ancient ruins, crumbling monasteries, and lush oases.
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.
Meet J. Robert Harris, a marketing consultant and social scientist by profession and a true explorer by heart. He's been exploring remote parts of the world for 50 years. Using personal anecdotes and archival images, J.R. draws from his own expedition experience and spotlights the struggles and triumphs of Black explorers throughout history and those who forge ahead today.
The year was filled with amazing influential discoveries that rock the world of science.