Learn about the world’s second largest continent with these interesting articles and fascinating photographs of Africa by All That’s Interesting!
Cannibal Killer Who Surrendered Because He Was ‘Tired Of Eating Human Flesh’ Faces Justice
"What happened in this case is truly awful. It was the stuff of nightmares."
Mustafa, A Rare White Lion In South Africa, Is In Danger Of Being Auctioned Off To Trophy Hunters
The South African government wants to auction off a white lion named Mufasa because they deem him worthless to everyone but trophy hunters.
Rwandan Genocide: The Modern-Day Genocide That The World Ignored
Over the course of 100 days in 1994, the Rwandan Genocide of Hutus against Tutsis claimed the lives of some 800,000 people — while the world sat by and watched.
A Group Of Elephants Charge After Two Hunters Who Had Just Shot A Member Of Their Pack In Namibia
Big game hunting is legal in some African countries, but the animals occasionally fight back against those humans who seek to kill them — as in this case.
Richard Francis Burton: The Victorian Adventurer And Spy Who Brought The Kama Sutra To The West
Victorian adventurer Richard Francis Burton was a poet, soldier, spy, and explorer — but that's not even the half of it.
‘I Shot A Whole Family Of Baboons’: Trophy Hunting Wildlife Official Faces Pressure To Resign
Blake Fischer killed 14 animals, including a giraffe, leopard, and a family of baboons — and sent the photos to 100 friends and colleagues.
15 Times Animals Got Their Revenge On Poachers
Some experts believe that wild animals are striking back against those poachers who traumatized them — in other words, getting their revenge.
Texas Billionaire Who Killed Endangered Rhino Will Be Allowed To Import His Trophy Home
81-year-old Lacy Harber paid $275,000 for the right to kill this aging black rhino.
1,700-Year-Old Sock Reveals The Height Of Fashion In The Days Of Ancient Egypt
First discovered in 1913, it has taken researchers over 100 years to unravel the piece of clothing's secrets.
This Newly Discovered 26,000-Pound Dinosaur Was Once The Biggest Creature To Walk Planet Earth
Its name translates to "a giant thunderclap at dawn" — and it's easy to see why.
DNA Testing Could Help Conservationists To Stop Cartels Behind The Elephant Ivory Trade
Researchers discovered that cartels often separate tusk pairs in order to cover up their tracks, but this practice might end up leading law enforcement straight to them.