Researchers discover just how widespread poaching still is as they found that most ivory in the black market come from elephants killed less than three years ago.
Morocco takes point in the construction of what seems to be one of the world’s largest solar plants, a project largely funded by the European Union.
It’s the path that ancient humans walked, the marks they have made on the ancient earth. Scientists discovered over 400 human footprints – each one remarkably well-preserved – in Engare Sero, Tanzania back in 2010 and these footprints led to valuable knowledge of their lives millennia ago.
Strange as it my sound, a new report from University of Kent reveals that trophy hunting of lions could have a big role in conserving the species.
A new study suggests that the genetic ancestry of all non-Africans can be traced back to a single population that migrated out of Africa.
A new study revealed that giraffes living in the different regions of Africa belongs to four distinct species, debunking previous claims that these majestic and tall mammals belongs to a single species, Giraffa camelopardalis.
After news of African forest elephants taking over 90 years for its population to recover due to slow breeding, its cousin, Africa's savanna elephants, are dwindling in numbers.
A report by the United Nations revealed that over 300 million people living in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are at risk in contracting water-borne diseases due to worsening water conditions. Many people in these countries still rely on drinking water sources that are contaminated by fecal matter.
The severity of elephant poaching in South Africa has escalated through the years, and this could still worsen. A new study reveals that it would take about a century, 90 years to be exact, for elephants to re-breed and overcome what they have lost.
Smoke clouds appear to have an impact on climate change. Yet, there isn’t enough data to support this – until now. NASA is sending out an aircraft over Africa to study smoke clouds and its effect on climate change.
Don't fear what is big and ferocious-looking, because sometimes, the smallest kills more.
It was around 4:30 a.m. when the hyena ferociously ripped the 15-year-old boy's face off, dragging him about 98 feet from his tent before sitting on top of him.
Yellow fever epidemic in Africa continues to spread amid health officials’ concern over limited vaccine supply.
A group of diamond miners in the Namibian desert recently discovered a 500-year-old shipwreck loaded with gold coins.