World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

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The Art of Flight

Come On, Show Me Your Belly Dance, Poisonous Cobra

There is only a couple of people in the world who are eager to spend some time near dangerous and poisonous creepers. Furthermore, unlike other snakes, cobra is able to control the dose of the poison produced by the bite of the poison. However, this snake often bites people without any poison. It simply doesn’t want to waste the poison on someone who is not “food.” These two photographers, however, indeed were risking their lives.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Bee-Wearing Contest in China

Beekeeper Chez Pin has decided to win an extreme competition, attracting more than 72 pound of bees to his body. According to estimates of the contest organizers, he has about 330,000 insects all over him. Thus, he eventually broke the record set by his compatriot in 2011. He was able to keep his body attracted to 58 pounds of buzzing bees.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Alex Honnold Climbing Furry

Alex Honnold is thought to be the real Spiderman of our time. In 2014, Alex Honnold began an impressive free solo passage (free climbing without insurance) complex and extended the route El Sendero Luminoso in Mexico. The solo ascent took Honnold only 3 hours; meanwhile even experienced tourist usually takes 2 days for an ascent. “Insurance” is, probably, something he has never heard of.

Filming the Stairway to Heaven

It is not a secret that roofers are addicted to the idea of climbing the highest building and bridges all other the world. Besides, it is not a secret that warnings can’t stop them from reaching their destination. It is, actually, illegal, but these daredevils are ready to pay whatever price is necessary. Money is not so significant compared to the sweet and tremendous feeling of being so close to the heavens above.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Dangerous Large-Toothed Attraction

A new tourist attraction called the “saltwater swimming with crocodile” has been founded in Australia. Tourists who wish to check out the reptile are able to go down into the pond in a transparent acrylic box, which have already been nicknamed the “cell death.” However, native people prove that this is not the most terrifying and dangerous attraction, especially compared to swimming without cell usage.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Flying Barefoot Tumbler

Sometimes if someone has desperately decided to attract as much attention as it is possible, he is ready to do everything that is possible. That is all may be said concerning the skydiver who is flying on the one hand barefoot. Perhaps nobody will ever know whether the shoes were nothing more than ballast for him. But the trick worked.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

A New Way of Aircraft Riding

Have you ever thought about an extreme sport in the most literal sense of the word? A tennis match held on the wings of the aircraft in 1925 may, indeed, became a great example. Someone may, of course, try to dispute the authenticity of this image, but there are documentary evidence of the winner and all contestants who took part in this rough and windy challenge.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Cyclists from Ireland

Hans Rey and Steve Peat have chosen one the most dangerous bike trails in the world. This place is called the Cliffs of Moher and is located in Ireland. The Cliffs itself have a frightful history and are almost impossible to walk through. However, the cyclists were not only aware of the hidden dangers, but also the fact that the strong winds are ready to blow them off Cliffs at any second. Their action is thought to be the most insane and reckless that the Cliffs of Moher have ever seen.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

A Typical Day in Africa

Did you know that almost all lions love to…sleep? On average, the duration of a lion’s sleep is 20 hours per day. No wonder they are so discontent when someone is trying to draw their attention. Looks like it is impossible and someone may accidentally lose a hand? Well, the gatekeeper thinks of a lion as a big and charming pet. Besides, this kind of a situation is quite typical in Africa.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Insane Ukrainian Roofer

Ukrainian roofers are not afraid of injuries, bad weather conditions or the police. These guys are doing something more than just mind-blowing. They are called abnormal and suicidal, but they cannot imagine a life without elevation. Roofers from Kyiv also love to break taboos and take insanely dangerous pictures. They claim that they conquer the height for the sake of self-affirmation.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Friendly Pet

No local person in Africa will probably be amazed to see such a pet near their children. Furthermore, snakes sometimes are adopted and brought up like other pets, ready to protect their masters. Besides, it should be kept in mind that the boa constrictor has an extraordinary memory. It is proved that it is able to remember and distinguish the person who caught it first.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Outstanding Equilibrium

On August 21, 1934, Jarl Smith, Jimmy and Jewel Kerrigan Uoddek had decided that their acrobatic development were good enough to be finally revealed to the public. Acrobats have not only climbed the 86th floor of Empire State Building, New York, but also have have shown extreme acrobatic feat that still have not been repeated. Experts believe that this stunt requires out of the ordinary talent.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Rafa Ortiz

Rafael Ortiz is the Mexican kayaker who seeks the gnarliest whitewater. This sportsman has become a real guru for the young generation of paddlers. Ortiz has been learning to paddle in Veracruz for a decade, but he honed his skills in Canada. In 2005, not only became the first Mexican ever to compete at the World Freestyle Championship, but also the first person who used to hurl his boat off 100-foot waterfalls daily.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

Bon Appétit, Sharkey!

If the idea of swimming with a shark without a cage sounds more than insanely dangerous, then how about feeding it? Although this attraction looks crazy and worthless, it still has a lot of admirers all other the world. The most important thing in the whole “dinner operation” is an extreme attentiveness and nice unconditioned and conditioned reflexes, likewise.

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils

The Art of Flight

Snowboarders often call their favorite extreme passion as the “Art of Flight” and, as a matter of fact, they really have a good reason for that. Sherman Poppen is thought to be the inventor of a board. This event happened in 1965 and was dedicated to his little son. Among those who began to make edged boards in the 70s were also Jake Burton Carpenter (Burton Company), Dmitry Milovi (Winterstick), Tom Sims (Sims) and Chris Sanders (Avalanche).

World’s Most Fearless Daredevils


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