Determined to succeed in one of the most dangerous jobs in the world, rookies Luke and Landon give it their all to crab fish on the Bering Sea. These newcomers have quite the track record; Luke has never finished anything he’s started and Landon is only 10 days sober. With the waves rising high and expectations set even higher, will these greenhorns make it through the winter storm or will they crack under the pressure?
Do we really know how many fish there are in the sea? The short answer is no, but science is bringing us closer to understanding marine populations and maintaining them for future generations.
Want to climb a mountain but don't know where to start? Discovery is here to help with five great mountains in North America that are great for beginners. These ranges range in difficulty from basic hiking to rock and ice climbing.
Learn how a change in fishing practices unintentionally preserved the coral reefs of the Lakshadweep archipelago off the coast of India
When you think of treasure hunters, it's typically Pirates of the Caribbean and Indiana Jones that come to mind. But modern-day treasure hunters do exist. In the coastal town of Lincoln City, Oregon, beachcombers flock to the sand in hopes of finding one very specific treasure: glass fishing floats.
Sometimes, the art humans create pales in comparison to the works made by nature. The Marble Caves are one such marvel: erosion and light has turned geological formations into colorful works of sculpture.
This cake can be made with or without an oven. Ami Brown brings you this holiday recipe to share with her family every year.
It's not pretty, but it's efficient.
Ami of Alaskan Bush People shares one of her favorite holiday dessert recipes.
Discovering shepherds' huts and Spanish vineyards in the Basque Country.
A group of surfers in the Maldives has joined forces with grassroot activists and conservation groups in an attempt to protect surf on the paradisiacal island.