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Reinhold Messner - The world's greatest mountain climber.

Fridtjof Nansen - Arctic explorer, adventurer, scientist, and Nobel Prize winner.

Leonid Rogozov - Soviet surgeon removed his own appendix in Antarctica.

Liver-Eating Johnson - It's not just a clever name.

Sir Edmund Hillary - Climbed Mount Everest AND came back down.

F.A. Mitchell-Hedges - Spent his days being a living version of Indiana Jones, exploring dangerous territory and stealing treasure.

Alexander Selkirk - Stranded on an island for four years and not acting like a little bitch made this guy so awesome Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe after him.

Thor Heyerdahl - Built ships out of seriously outdated materials to give the archaeological community something to scratch their heads at, and just for funsies.

Joe Simpson - When climbing mountains wasn't enough, this motherfucker started climbing ice. ICE.

Indiana Jones - The most badass archaeologist to ever throw a Nazi into an airplane propeller.

Bear Grylls - Has more adventure in his left nut than you have in your entire body. And he drinks his own piss.

Sir Francis Drake - Took down the Spanish Armada with nothing but ambition and a bunch of ships he set on fire.

James T. Kirk - Captain on the Starship Enterprise, and made the Judo Chop what it is today.

Conan of Cimmeria - An adventurer who makes sleeping with babes in the middle of a battle look like a rare art form.

Odysseus - The Trojan war wasn't even enough of an adventure for this guy.

Steve Irwin - Craziest, coolest man to ever willingly shove his hand into a crocodile's danger zone.

Race Bannon - Bold enough to bodyguard Johnny Quest. Strong enough to pistol-whip bears to death.

Teddy Roosevelt - Adventurer, explorer, soldier, American President, Medal of Honor recipient, and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

John Carter of Mars - The original gangsta of kicking the shit out of aliens and macking on hot space babes.

Ernest Henry Shackleton - Probably the most insane Antarctic explorer in history.

Hugh Glass - Killed a grizzly with his bare hands (hahaha puns FTW), then traveled 200 miles after being left for dead by his buddies.

Commander Shepard - I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite post on the Internet.

David H. Jarvis - Coast Guard hero crossed 1500 miles through the Arctic in the dead of winter to save 250 stranded sailors.

Candido Rondon - Amazon explorer and hardass Brazilian engineer.

Carl Akeley - Hunter, conservationist, killed a leopard with his bare hands.

Roald Amundsen - The first man to conquer the South Pole.

Hernan Cortez - Conquistador who conquered the New World's most badass civilization with 600 soldiers.

Samuel White Baker - An old-school British colonial explorer, writer, and soldier who dedicated his entire life to badass adventure.

Hell Roaring Healy - A life-saving legend in the Coast Guard, the first African-American to command a U.S. government vessel, and the man who single-handedly patrolled the Alaska coastline for over 20 years.

Klondike Joe Boyle - Yukon gold-mining Secret Agent who managed a Stanley Cup hockey team, outfitted a WWI machine gun company, stole the Romanian crown jewels from a vault in Moscow, one fought a shark with a knife.

Woodes Rogers - The man most responsible for single-handedly ending the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean.

North Sentinel Island - Modern-day society of tribal badass warriors who have responded to ruthlessly defend their island against anyone who sets foot near it.

Peter Freuchen - Peg-legged Danish polar explorer who lived with the Inuit, amputated his own toes with pliers, and once escaped certain death by making a knife out of his own frozen shit.

Vitus Bering - Military navigator, walked the entire length of Russia four times, discovered Alaska, and did it all without complaining.

Lewis and Clark - The guys who literally put 11 future U.S. states on the map.





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