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Africa is a tough place. It always has been. Especially if you have to fend off gigantic predators like sabre-toothed carnivores in order to survive. And, when you’re a small, dog-sized pre-mammalian reptile, sometimes the only way to protect yours...

 Australia-based payment firm PromisePay, which raised $10 million last year, has a double shot of news this week: it has rebranded to Assembly Payments and inked a major partnership deal with Gumtree. The deal will see Gumtree, which is owned b...

Endangered penguins are foraging for food in the wrong places due to fishing and climate change, research led by the University of Exeter and the University of Cape Town has revealed. The African penguin is listed as endangered by the International...

Pres. Jacob Zuma needs to go. The post Example of What Marco Rubio Warned About: S. African parliament descends into violent chaos appeared first on RedState.

Let's go back to the Permian period, around 260 million years. Life was quite blissful, with no dinosaurs tearing up the turf as of yet. Reconstruction of what Bulbasaurus may have looked like while alive  [Credit: Matt Celeskey]Animals from th...

The journalist and novelist’s moral center of gravity was located in the country he left at age 20. His 1946 novel, “Mine Boy,” drew global attention.

High-definition CT scans of the fossilized skull of a 280 million-year-old fish reveal the origin of chimaeras, a group of cartilaginous fish related to sharks. Analysis of the brain case of Dwykaselachus oosthuizeni, a shark-like fossil from South A...