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  • Iceland's most beautiful places

  • There aren't many countries where you can visit thermal springs and glaciers on the same day. In Iceland you can. Check out Iceland's most beautiful places.
  • Scientists warn of nuclear ‘time bomb’ from melting glaciers

  • Researchers have found evidence of nuclear fallout lurking in glaciers across the globe -- frozen, but at risk of being released. They examined the presence of this radioactive material across ice-surface sediments in glaciers in the Arctic, Iceland, the Alps, the Caucasus mountains, British Columbia and Antarctica.
  • This Woman Saved The Icelandic Goat

  • Johanna Porvaldsdottir breeds an extremely rare and endangered species of Icelandic goat. Her goats were even featured on “Game of Thrones.” She may have also saved them from extinction. Nice work, Johanna.
  • Colorblind photographer cries seeing his first sunrise

  • This moment was sun-forgettable. A colorblind man’s world went from black and white to vivid pinks, oranges and purples after watching his first sunrise in Vesturhorn, Iceland, through a pair of high-tech EnChroma glasses. “I couldn’t believe that I had been missing out on so much color,” landscape photographer David Wilder said.   Subscribe to...
  • How Sigmundsdottir competed with a broken rib

  • In the sport of CrossFit, there are no stars bigger than Iceland's Sara Sigmundsdottir. With 1.4 million instagram followers and hoards of fans wherever she competes, no one receives louder cheers at the CrossFit Games.
  • Glacier collapse sends massive waves barreling toward tourists

  • Large chunks of ice fell off the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier in the Vatnajökull National Park in Iceland, sending waves barreling toward a nearby group of tourists. Video shows them trying to outrun the powerful waves created by the glacier collapse before it’s too late.   Subscribe to our YouTube.

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