The World Transplant Games are undeway. Team USA manager Gary Green says the competition features athletes from around the world who have a new lease on life thanks to organ transplants. But where are the games being held?
Wadi D'uan, a valley in Yemen, is where the world's most sought-after honey can be found. Its hot and dry climate, along with short flowering season of local plants help produce the rich, aromatic honey.
Marine scientists and swimwear designers in Western Australia have teamed up to design anti-shark attack wetsuits. In tests with tiger sharks. the wetsuits for surfers and divers seem to distract and confuse the sharks in the moments before they attack.
Archaeologists have just discovered the remains of a Spanish fort from 16th century explorers. University of Michigan archaeologist Robin Beck says Fort San Juan represents the earliest known European fort in the interior of what is now the United States.
We're looking for a firth, not a fourth or fifth, but a firth in Scotland. It's Scotland's largest firth, a triangle shaped inlet of the North Sea. It's home to dolphins that use signature whistles to greet or contact other individual dolphins.
Since the population of the island we want you to name was mostly evacuated or relocated to the northern region there has been an ongoing process of re-establishing a national identity. And that includes finding a national anthem. Can you name the island?
Pascale Honore thought her surfing days were over when she was paralyzed 18 years ago. But this year, avid surfer Tyron Swan thought better of that, and decided to try to simply duct tape Pascale to his back and hang ten.
For the Geo Quiz, we want you to name the spot of a popular ski resort in the French Alps. Cyclists in the Tour de France will have to climb the mountain where the resort is located twice, in the same day.