ANTANANARIVO – Madagascar is putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based “cure” for COVID-19 on sale and several countries in Africa have already put in orders for purchase, despite warnings from the World Health Organisation that its efficacy is unproven. Last month President Andry Rajoelina launched the remedy at a news conference, drinking from a sleekly-branded bottle filled...
Madagascar is putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based "cure" for COVID-19 on sale and several countries in Africa have already put in orders for purchase, despite warnings from the World Health Organisation that its efficacy is unproven.
During the age of the dinosaurs, the planet looked very different than it does today, with supercontinents reigning supreme and bizarre-looking creatures walking the Earth. Now, researchers have discovered a 66-million-year-old fossil of the world's oldest mammal, for which there aren't "any real parallels."
Scientists have discovered a remarkably intact ancient fossil of a bizarre new mammal species in Madagascar. The remains are the first near-complete fossil of the badger-esque creature named “Adalatherium hui,” or “crazy beast,” that roamed the southern supercontinent of Gondwana 66 million years ago, according to a new study published Wednesday in Nature journal. Even...
A prehistoric opossum-sized critter dubbed the "crazy beast" that inhabited Madagascar at the end of the age of dinosaurs is providing scientists insight into early mammalian evolution even as they scratch their heads over its bewildering anatomy.
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