Learn about the world’s second largest continent with these interesting articles and fascinating photographs of Africa by All That’s Interesting!
Scientists Document Africa’s Rare Black Leopard For The First Time In Over A Century
The black leopard hasn't been photographed in Africa in more than a century. Now, 110 years later, biologists from the San Diego Zoo have broken that trend.
29 Stunning New Photos Of King Tut’s Tomb Restored To Its Ancient Glory
The boy pharaoh continues to captivate the world and this new undertaking of revamping KV62 will ensure the intrigue lives on.
This Week In History News, Jan. 20 – 26
Preserved horse found at Pompeii, "missing link" in human evolution unearthed by accident, and ancient food remains reveal what our ancestors ate.
These Anti-Poaching Sharpshooters Were Once Domestic Abuse Victims — Now They’re Fighting Back
They were abused by men. Then they underwent special forces training. Now they're stopping the men who are illegally killing protected animals.
RAF Veteran Could Be Responsible For The 1961 Plane Crash Of U.N. Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld
The peacekeeper's death has eluded investigators for nearly 60 years, but new evidence may have finally named his murderer.
Shaka: The Controversial King Of The Zulus Hailed As The “African Napoleon”
Historians disagree on how cruel Shaka truly was as a ruler, but his military prowess was indisputable.
Sniffer Dog Busts 256 Pounds Rhino Horn Haul In South Africa Airport
Careful monitoring of all international cargo is an integral part of South Africa's war against illegal rhino poaching.
David Livingstone: The Great Scottish Missionary Who Changed The Course Of Africa’s History
David Livingstone went farther than any European had gone in Africa in European history, but his explorations would have devastating consequences.
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.