The Falkland Islands are off the coast of South America in the South Atlantic Ocean.
The team collects venom from some of the ocean’s deadliest creatures in order to create life saving antivenom.
Go on an extraordinary journey along one of Africa's longest rivers.
Photo gallery of Fish hooks, Spoons and Coins from the My Dog Ate What?
See images from Who Sank The Bismarck? on National Geographic Channel.
Villagers hear a sonic boom and wake to see blood red rain falling from the sky.
Travel over, across and deep into the Earth’s crust to learn just what makes your world tick.
Where do you think Mother Nature will strike next?
Investigate the new phenomenon of early-years evangelists.
Meet the people determined to solve mankind's biggest mysteries.
Extreme seasons make it hard and hungry times for Scandinavian wildlife.
A search for the wreck of Christopher Columbus's lost fleet in the waters of La Isabela Bay in the Dominican Republic
Accident or deliberate, the Great Fire of London of September 1666 was one of the most famous incidents in Stuart England.
See photos of this majestic big cat.
John Wayne Gacy was convicted of the torture, rape and murder of 33 males between 1972 until his arrest in 1978.
Fishermen in their boats cruise out into the open waters.
One woman takes a stand for animals that look different.
The Battle of the Bulge re-enactment is IMA's biggest sales event of the year.
Host Diego Buñuel ventures deep underwater to graveyards of Maya human sacrifices and through dangerous underground tunnels to...
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