From the staggering Mount Roraima to the rightfully named Gates of Hell, All That Is Interesting’s beautiful photographs and GIFs of nature in action!
Looks Like A Desert, Isn’t A Desert: The Story Of Lençóis Maranhenses Park
With ever-changing white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue ponds, it's hard to believe that Lençóis Maranhenses National Park really exists.
Photo Of The Day: An Animal Rescue Activist Saves An Orangutan From Deforestation In Indonesia
Palm oil plantations are a major threat to the survival of orangutan populations in Indonesia and Malaysia. This activist fought back.
America’s Five Best Road Trips
From a painted desert to a petrified forest and far beyond, travel the highways, byways, and skyways of America's best road trips.
Graph Of The Day: Climate Change Means 2015 Will Be The Hottest Year On Record
September was added to a list of hottest months this year as 2015 stays on track as the hottest year on record.
Photo Of The Day: This Is What The Driest Place On Earth Looks Like This Year
Chile's Atacama Desert, once the driest place on Earth, has had record rainfall this year, leading to a stunning sea of pink flowers.
Why Hurricane Patricia Wasn’t The Most Devastating Storm Ever
The strongest recorded hurricane in the Western Hemisphere did remarkably little damage. Here's why.
The Best Shots Of Fall 2015 From Around The World
We've scoured the globe for our favorite shows of fall 2015. Check 'em out!
Inside The Lowline Lab, The Prototype For The World’s First Underground Park
The Lowline Lab, a prototype for the larger Lowline underground park, is now open to the public in New York City.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXLIII
Plus the best of autumn around the world, the faces of New York's roughest neighborhood, the globe's most terrifying skywalks, and more.
5 Survival Guides We Hope You’ll Never Need
Stuck in a coffin, submerged car or avalanche? We've got your guide outta there. Hopefully you'll never need these survival tips, though.
The Danakil Depression Is The Closest Thing To Hell On Earth
Harsh, hot and familiar to violence, the Danakil Depression and it's bright yellow and orange pools make for hell on Earth. Want to see for yourself?