An international team of researchers unearthed the world's oldest Homo sapiens bones fossils that dated back to 300 thousand years ago. The fossils were extracted from a site in Morocco.
An African T. rex with tiny arms and a giant chicken with teeth are among the newly discovered dinosaurs.
It is evident that the world is suffering from the extreme side effects of climate change. With sea ice at record lows and world temperatures at record high, it is now time for nations all over the world to transition into a "greener" state. For the past few years, experts and scientists have been lobbying for the full changeover of countries' energy generation from methods with carbon emissions to renewable energy. According to experts, Morocco may be the next leader of this "green" world.
For a country that suffers severely from the side effects of climate change and severe drought, locals are sure to be continuously active in finding ways to provide drinking water for villages on the edge of Sahara desert in South West Morocco.
More than 190 countries have joined once again to show that the historical Paris Agreement on Climate Change will continue to push through despite potential roadblocks to be imposed by president-elect Donald Trump.
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.
"Game of Thrones" Season 6 Episode 3 has just ended, and right now, we're all aware that Jon Snow is not dead. However, it's not just the story, brilliantly penned by George R.R. Martin, that has captured the heart of GOT fans, it's also the stunning film locations that bring life to the famous story. Here are five breathtaking "Game of Thrones" locations that every GOT-loving wanderer should visit.
In a 2014 survey of Morocco's island of Mogador, raptors called Eleonora's falcons were observed engaging in a what researchers called a new behaviour that ensures their offspring receive the freshest of meats: imprisoning smaller live birds before killing and feeding them to their young several days later.