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The Secretarybird has traditionally been admired in Africa for its striking appearance and ability to deal with pests and snakes. Africans sometimes call it the Devil's Horse. As such it has often not been disturbed, although this is changing as traditional observances have declined. The Secretarybird is the national emblem of Sudan as well as a prominent feature on the Coat of arms of South Africa. - Wikipedia

The find of a lifetime: Bizarre 'panda bat' discovered in South Sudan

The find of a lifetime: 'panda bat' discovered in South Sudan ...and I wouldn't call it bizarre, unusual would be a better term

Toposa villages: "From Kapoeta it is possible to visit the Toposa villages and, if you are interested either in anthropology or the developments of the Second Civil War, it is highly recommended that you do so. Look out for the round, thatched huts, vibrantly coloured textiles and beautiful strings of beads." South Sudan: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Tom Hiddleston is criticised for thank you speech about South Sudan

Self-serving? Tom Hiddleston's thank you speech on Sunday has come under fire, after he launched into a tale about visiting South Sudan

Tom Hiddleston accepting his Golden Globe.   I really didn't get why people were being so hateful about his acceptance speech

Tom Hiddleston accepting his Golden Globe. I really didn't get why people were being so hateful about his acceptance speech