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There are extreme selfies, and then there's this

Four adventurers and filmmakers went to the world's most dangerous and inaccessible volcano, and lived to tell about it. Oh, and they took a few selfies.

The battle for the world's most dangerous selfie is heating up, and this one taken at the bottom of the world's most dangerous and inaccessible volcano might well be the craziest one yet.

George Kourounis, adventurer, explorer, and host of the "Angry Planet" TV series, was joined by fellow explorer Sam Cossman and adventure filmmakers Geoff Mackely and Brad Ambrose as the crew journeyed to the bottom of the Marum Crater in the South Pacific. The Marum Crater is such a dangerous place to go that more people have been to the moon than the bottom of the Marum Crater, according to the YouTube description.

Watch the video above to view the crew's journey to the Marum Crater, and see Kourounis' volcano selfie below.

(Via Mashable)