You usually hear about plane crashes or search and rescue missions on the news. We'll explore how to survive disasters like this and more.
10 Threats You Should Never Try to Outrun
Can the sun kill you?
Futuristic Survival Capsule Aims to Provide Shelter During Tsunamis
10 Must-have Survival Tools You Probably Already Have
How to Use a Signal Mirror
Arabian Desert: Unraveling the Secrets of Vast Sands and Ancient Tales
Dick Proenneke: 30 Years Alone in the Alaskan Wilderness
Coconut Palm Trees Could Save Your Life on a Desert Island
Learn More / Page 2
You won't find it on any official map, but some people think the Bermuda Triangle is a very real place where ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared. However, researchers have found not-so-mysterious explanations for these disappearances.
By Lee Ann Obringer & Patrick J. Kiger
The popularity of films like "Titanic" illustrate that shipwreck tales hold a certain allure. They have the appeal of human tragedy, occasional heroics and often mysterious circumstances. Explore the stories behind a few of the thousands of real-life shipwrecks in the record books.
By Julia Layton
Flying is one of the safest modes of transportation. But what if there's a disaster and you find yourself falling from the sky without a parachute. Would you survive?
By Sarah Gleim