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  • The Flow Hive honey collection system, Australia - 25 Feb 2015
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    The Flow Hive honey collection system, Australia - 25 Feb 2015 02/25/2015 Flow Hive/REX/REX/SIPA CREDIT: Flow Hive/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Flow Hive/REX (4453424b) The Flow Hive honey collection system The Flow Hive honey collection system, Australia - 25 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1di A father and son design team have unveiled a revolutionary beehive system that allows honey to flow directly from the hive into containers, without opening the hive or disturbing the bees. And the idea has already raised an amazing $2,816,353 of a $70,000 goal on crowdfunding website indiegogo (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/flow-hive-honey-on-tap-directly-from-your-beehive) Australian beekeepers Stuart and Cedar Anderson have been working on a simpler method of honey collection for a decade, and for the past three years have been field testing their ?Flow Hive? design. The invention marks the biggest change in beekeeping equipment in more than 150 years and has enormous implications for amateur and commercial beekeeping, and the welfare of honey bees. /Rex_The_Flow_Hive_honeycollection_system_Australia_4453424B/CREDIT: Flow Hive/Rex Features/1502251221
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    The Flow Hive honey collection system, Australia - 25 Feb 2015
    02/25/2015
    Flow Hive/REX/REX/SIPA
    CREDIT: Flow Hive/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Flow Hive/REX (4453424b) The Flow Hive honey collection system The Flow Hive honey collection system, Australia - 25 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1di A father and son design team have unveiled a revolutionary beehive system that allows honey to flow directly from the hive into containers, without opening the hive or disturbing the bees. And the idea has already raised an amazing $2,816,353 of a $70,000 goal on crowdfunding website indiegogo (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/flow-hive-honey-on-tap-directly-from-your-beehive) Australian beekeepers Stuart and Cedar Anderson have been working on a simpler method of honey collection for a decade, and for the past three years have been field testing their ?Flow Hive? design. The invention marks the biggest change in beekeeping equipment in more than 150 years and has enormous implications for amateur and commercial beekeeping, and the welfare of honey bees. /Rex_The_Flow_Hive_honeycollection_system_Australia_4453424B/CREDIT: Flow Hive/Rex Features/1502251221

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  • Volcano Climbers
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    Volcano Climbers 03/05/2015 BRADLEY AMBROSE/CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY BRADLEY AMBROSE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chris Horsley.) This is the incredible moment a British adventurer stood on the edge of the mouth of an active volcano just yards from a lake of boiling lava. Chris Horsley, 22, withstood temperatures of 1150C as he was photographed kneeling next to the Marum lava lake in Vanuatu. Chris, originally from Ormskirk, Lancs, was lucky enough to get close to the remote volcano after he met daredevil adventurers, Geoff Mackley and Bradley Ambrose whilst backpacking. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1400808/Credit:BRADLEY AMBROSE/CATERS NE/SIPA/1503051412
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    Volcano Climbers
    03/05/2015
    BRADLEY AMBROSE/CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY BRADLEY AMBROSE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chris Horsley.) This is the incredible moment a British adventurer stood on the edge of the mouth of an active volcano just yards from a lake of boiling lava. Chris Horsley, 22, withstood temperatures of 1150C as he was photographed kneeling next to the Marum lava lake in Vanuatu. Chris, originally from Ormskirk, Lancs, was lucky enough to get close to the remote volcano after he met daredevil adventurers, Geoff Mackley and Bradley Ambrose whilst backpacking. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1400808/Credit:BRADLEY AMBROSE/CATERS NE/SIPA/1503051412

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  • Winston the Dog
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    Winston the Dog 03/05/2015 S.Cromwell/MERCURY/CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS(PICTURED: WINSTON RAIDING THE FRIDGE AND GOING FOR THE HOT DOGS)A canine-crazy photographer helped make his dog healthy after seeing him raid the fridge by posing him up with fruit. Scott Cromwell, 43, from Oklahoma City in the USA, caught faithful mutt Winston guzzling hot dogs after he looted the refridgerator. Well-trained Winston was then happy to get his five-a-day by taking tongue-in-cheek snaps with red apples, bananas, grapes, limes and orange. Snapper Scott matched the colour of the background to the fruit to create the eye-catching photos. The shots were given added gravity by placing the fruit on Winstons head in a nod to the myth behind Sir Isaac Newtons discovery of gravity after an apple fell and hit him on the head. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_11606/Credit:S.Cromwell/MERCURY/CATERS/SIPA/1503051123
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    Winston the Dog
    03/05/2015
    S.Cromwell/MERCURY/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS(PICTURED: WINSTON RAIDING THE FRIDGE AND GOING FOR THE HOT DOGS)A canine-crazy photographer helped make his dog healthy after seeing him raid the fridge by posing him up with fruit. Scott Cromwell, 43, from Oklahoma City in the USA, caught faithful mutt Winston guzzling hot dogs after he looted the refridgerator. Well-trained Winston was then happy to get his five-a-day by taking tongue-in-cheek snaps with red apples, bananas, grapes, limes and orange. Snapper Scott matched the colour of the background to the fruit to create the eye-catching photos. The shots were given added gravity by placing the fruit on Winstons head in a nod to the myth behind Sir Isaac Newtons discovery of gravity after an apple fell and hit him on the head. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_11606/Credit:S.Cromwell/MERCURY/CATERS/SIPA/1503051123

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  • Ecuador Duckling jumps into rapids and survives.
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    Ecuador Duckling jumps into rapids and survives. 03/04/2015 Charles Gangas/Solent New/SIPA Duckling jumps into rapids and survives. This brave little duckling was not afraid of white water rapids as it jumped into the fast moving river. The duckling was swimming up the Papallacta River, Ecuador, South America, with its family when it attempted the daredevil stunt. Under the watchful eye of its mother it climbed up the rock and leapt into the churning water below. Known as Torrent Ducks, they live in very fast rivers and streams in the Andean Highlands of Ecuador. /SOLENTNEWS_142901/Credit:Charles Gangas/Solent New/SIPA/1503041449
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    Ecuador Duckling jumps into rapids and survives.
    03/04/2015
    Charles Gangas/Solent New/SIPA
    Duckling jumps into rapids and survives. This brave little duckling was not afraid of white water rapids as it jumped into the fast moving river. The duckling was swimming up the Papallacta River, Ecuador, South America, with its family when it attempted the daredevil stunt. Under the watchful eye of its mother it climbed up the rock and leapt into the churning water below. Known as Torrent Ducks, they live in very fast rivers and streams in the Andean Highlands of Ecuador. /SOLENTNEWS_142901/Credit:Charles Gangas/Solent New/SIPA/1503041449

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  • Exclusive Monkey World, the rescue centre in Dorset
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    Exclusive Monkey World, the rescue centre in Dorset 03/04/2015 THE TIMES/SIPA Monkey World, the rescue centre in Dorset for Chimpanzees and Orang-utans has just taken delivery of a six week old named Rieke from Zoo Berlin in Germany where she had been rejected by her mother. Picture by Ben Gurr/The Times/February 25th, 2015. EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL FEES APPLY PLEASE CONTACT SIPA/Credit:Ben Gurr/THE TIMES/SIPA/1503041421
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    Exclusive Monkey World, the rescue centre in Dorset
    03/04/2015
    THE TIMES/SIPA
    Monkey World, the rescue centre in Dorset for Chimpanzees and Orang-utans has just taken delivery of a six week old named Rieke from Zoo Berlin in Germany where she had been rejected by her mother. Picture by Ben Gurr/The Times/February 25th, 2015. EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL FEES APPLY PLEASE CONTACT SIPA/Credit:Ben Gurr/THE TIMES/SIPA/1503041421

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  • Usa Lion Cub bites dads bottom
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    Usa Lion Cub bites dads bottom 03/04/2015 SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Two of the male cubs relaxing in the grass) - An attention-seeking lion cub caused an upROAR - after biting his dads BUM. The cheeky cub was trying to initiate a play fight with his dad, called Xerxes, by jumping on his back. But he took things one step too far by taking a quick bite, causing the fiery animal to let off an almighty roar. Left with his tail between legs the cub quickly bounded away to join his brothers. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142411/Credit:SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NE/SIPA/1503041430
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    Usa Lion Cub bites dads bottom
    03/04/2015
    SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Two of the male cubs relaxing in the grass) - An attention-seeking lion cub caused an upROAR - after biting his dads BUM. The cheeky cub was trying to initiate a play fight with his dad, called Xerxes, by jumping on his back. But he took things one step too far by taking a quick bite, causing the fiery animal to let off an almighty roar. Left with his tail between legs the cub quickly bounded away to join his brothers. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142411/Credit:SCOTT WILLIAMS/ CATERS NE/SIPA/1503041430

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  • Photographer captures beautiful images of sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland, Feb 2015
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    Photographer captures beautiful images of sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland, Feb 2015 03/04/2015 Marcin Sobas/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Marcin Sobas/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Marcin Sobas' photos of sunrays in Beskidy Mountain. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Marcin Sobas/REX (4462235c) Sunrise - Sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland Photographer captures beautiful images of sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2bv /Rex_Sunrays_over_Polish_mountains_4462235C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Marcin Sobas/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Marcin Sobas' photos of sunrays in Beskidy Mountain. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503040945
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    Photographer captures beautiful images of sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland, Feb 2015
    03/04/2015
    Marcin Sobas/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Marcin Sobas/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Marcin Sobas' photos of sunrays in Beskidy Mountain. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Marcin Sobas/REX (4462235c) Sunrise - Sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland Photographer captures beautiful images of sunrays in Beskidy Mountains, Poland, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2bv /Rex_Sunrays_over_Polish_mountains_4462235C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Marcin Sobas/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Marcin Sobas' photos of sunrays in Beskidy Mountain. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503040945

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  • Indian Widows Celebrates Holi Festival
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    Indian Widows Celebrates Holi Festival 03/04/2015 Shashi Sharma/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA Indian widow plays Holi together on Tuesday at century old 'Pagal Baba Ashram' in Vrindavan, India. The widows who normally wear only white sarees, smeared colors on each other and enjoyed the festival with over 1,000 kg 'Gulal' and 1500 kgs of roses and marigold petals which has been arranged for the program. /PACIFICPRESS_PACIFIC006/Credit:Shashi Sharma/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA/1503040818
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    Indian Widows Celebrates Holi Festival
    03/04/2015
    Shashi Sharma/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA
    Indian widow plays Holi together on Tuesday at century old 'Pagal Baba Ashram' in Vrindavan, India. The widows who normally wear only white sarees, smeared colors on each other and enjoyed the festival with over 1,000 kg 'Gulal' and 1500 kgs of roses and marigold petals which has been arranged for the program. /PACIFICPRESS_PACIFIC006/Credit:Shashi Sharma/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA/1503040818

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  • Luxury Ski Lodge
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    Luxury Ski Lodge 03/03/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Exterior of the lodge ) For those looking to stay on piste, you cant get much closer than this a penthouse apartment on top of a ski jump. The luxury penthouse apartment has been built at the top of the world famous Holenkollen ski-jump in Oslo, Norway. Guests arrive at the apartment in a ski lift and can enjoy a night of luxury with spectacular views of the slopes and a chance to see the Northern lights before checking out via a zipline. The apartment is set to be popular with those attending the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup which will be held at Holmenkollen later this month (March, 14-15). SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_170306/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1503031709
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    Luxury Ski Lodge
    03/03/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Exterior of the lodge ) For those looking to stay on piste, you cant get much closer than this a penthouse apartment on top of a ski jump. The luxury penthouse apartment has been built at the top of the world famous Holenkollen ski-jump in Oslo, Norway. Guests arrive at the apartment in a ski lift and can enjoy a night of luxury with spectacular views of the slopes and a chance to see the Northern lights before checking out via a zipline. The apartment is set to be popular with those attending the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup which will be held at Holmenkollen later this month (March, 14-15). SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_170306/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1503031709

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  • APTOPIX India Holi
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    APTOPIX India Holi 03/03/2015 Bernat Armangue/AP/SIPA A Hindu widow lies on a sludgy ground filled with a mixture of colored powder, water and flower petals during celebrations to mark Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, at the Meera Sahabhagini Widow Ashram in Vrindavan, India, Tuesday, March 3, 2015. After their husband's deaths many of the women in the ashrams have been banished by their families, for supposedly bringing bad luck, while some move voluntarily to and around the town where devotees believe Lord Krishna was born. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)/DEL109/987005584669/1503031437
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    APTOPIX India Holi
    03/03/2015
    Bernat Armangue/AP/SIPA
    A Hindu widow lies on a sludgy ground filled with a mixture of colored powder, water and flower petals during celebrations to mark Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, at the Meera Sahabhagini Widow Ashram in Vrindavan, India, Tuesday, March 3, 2015. After their husband's deaths many of the women in the ashrams have been banished by their families, for supposedly bringing bad luck, while some move voluntarily to and around the town where devotees believe Lord Krishna was born. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)/DEL109/987005584669/1503031437

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  • Elephant mud rescue
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    Elephant mud rescue 03/03/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant got stuck in the mud ) - It was alls well that ends well for this young elephant after it fell into a mud pit in Kenya. After wallowing in the dank ditch for up to 12 hours, this is the dramatic moment a digger saved the large mammal from a trunkful of trouble in a heroic rescue attempt. The heart-rending rescue took place near Makindu in Southern Kenya, where local farmers were shocked to find the distressed male elephant desperately trying to escape from a deep mud pit. Unable to help the large mammal climb the steep clay sides, wildlife conservationists enlisted the aid of a heroic construction company, who used their digger to plough the elephant to safety. Conservation scientist and wildlife photographer Jeremy Goss, 30, was on the scene to capture these dramatic photos and video footage of the courageous rescue on farmland bordering Chyulu Hills National Park. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142610/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1503031432
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    Elephant mud rescue
    03/03/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant got stuck in the mud ) - It was alls well that ends well for this young elephant after it fell into a mud pit in Kenya. After wallowing in the dank ditch for up to 12 hours, this is the dramatic moment a digger saved the large mammal from a trunkful of trouble in a heroic rescue attempt. The heart-rending rescue took place near Makindu in Southern Kenya, where local farmers were shocked to find the distressed male elephant desperately trying to escape from a deep mud pit. Unable to help the large mammal climb the steep clay sides, wildlife conservationists enlisted the aid of a heroic construction company, who used their digger to plough the elephant to safety. Conservation scientist and wildlife photographer Jeremy Goss, 30, was on the scene to capture these dramatic photos and video footage of the courageous rescue on farmland bordering Chyulu Hills National Park. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142610/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1503031432

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  • Tree Nose
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    Tree Nose 03/03/2015 BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS /SIPA PIC FROM BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (TREE IN HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, WHICH RESEMBLES A HUMAN NOSE.) - An amateur photographer snapped a picture of a weeping willow that looks suspiciously like a NOSE. Bob Carter snapped the real life CONK-er tree which is complete with nostril shaped undulations in a cemetery in Hull, East Yorks. The 57-year-old from Hull spotted the odd-shaped trunk while scattering the ashes of one of his best friends. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1401/Credit:BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS /SIPA/1503031404
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    Tree Nose
    03/03/2015
    BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS /SIPA
    PIC FROM BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (TREE IN HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, WHICH RESEMBLES A HUMAN NOSE.) - An amateur photographer snapped a picture of a weeping willow that looks suspiciously like a NOSE. Bob Carter snapped the real life CONK-er tree which is complete with nostril shaped undulations in a cemetery in Hull, East Yorks. The 57-year-old from Hull spotted the odd-shaped trunk while scattering the ashes of one of his best friends. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1401/Credit:BOB CARTER / CATERS NEWS /SIPA/1503031404

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  • Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea
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    Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea 03/02/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Astronauts flying on the International Space Station took this photograph of the south end of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Here the coastlines of Africa (upper part of the image) and Arabia (lower part) are less than 30 kilometers (20 miles) apart at the Mandeb Strait. (Note that north is to the lower right in this image.) Most of the small country of Djibouti, with a landscape dominated by dark volcanic rocks, appears in this view. Its long axis stretches roughly 220 kilometers (140 miles) from the Gulf of Aden coast to Lake Abhe. Djibouti is strategically positioned on one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, with access to the Red Sea (and the Mediterranean beyond) and the Indian Ocean. For this reason, Djibouti was occupied by France during the colonial era, while the opposite coast of Yemen was occupied by the British. Today Djibouti's eponymous port, located in the protected Tadjoura Gulf, acts as a key refueling point and import-export hub for cities inland in Ethiopia. Djibouti also hosts various foreign military bases. Astronaut photograph ISS042-E-280970 was acquired on February 17, 2014, with a Nikon D4 digital camera using a 116 millimeter lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by a member of the Expedition 42 crew. The image has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. The International Space Station Program supports the laboratory as part of the ISS National Lab to help astronauts take pictures of Earth that will be of the greatest value to scientists and the public, and to make those images freely available on the Internet. Additional images taken by astronauts and cosmonauts can be viewed at the NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. Caption by M. Justin Wilkinson, Texas State University, Jacobs Contract, at NASA-JSC. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sip
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    Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea
    03/02/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Astronauts flying on the International Space Station took this photograph of the south end of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Here the coastlines of Africa (upper part of the image) and Arabia (lower part) are less than 30 kilometers (20 miles) apart at the Mandeb Strait. (Note that north is to the lower right in this image.) Most of the small country of Djibouti, with a landscape dominated by dark volcanic rocks, appears in this view. Its long axis stretches roughly 220 kilometers (140 miles) from the Gulf of Aden coast to Lake Abhe. Djibouti is strategically positioned on one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, with access to the Red Sea (and the Mediterranean beyond) and the Indian Ocean. For this reason, Djibouti was occupied by France during the colonial era, while the opposite coast of Yemen was occupied by the British. Today Djibouti's eponymous port, located in the protected Tadjoura Gulf, acts as a key refueling point and import-export hub for cities inland in Ethiopia. Djibouti also hosts various foreign military bases. Astronaut photograph ISS042-E-280970 was acquired on February 17, 2014, with a Nikon D4 digital camera using a 116 millimeter lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by a member of the Expedition 42 crew. The image has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. The International Space Station Program supports the laboratory as part of the ISS National Lab to help astronauts take pictures of Earth that will be of the greatest value to scientists and the public, and to make those images freely available on the Internet. Additional images taken by astronauts and cosmonauts can be viewed at the NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. Caption by M. Justin Wilkinson, Texas State University, Jacobs Contract, at NASA-JSC. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sip

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  • Bang Kachao: Bangkok's Green Lung
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    Bang Kachao: Bangkok's Green Lung 03/02/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Editor's Note: Today's caption is the answer to Earth Observatory's February 2015 image puzzler. In the heart of Thailand's most populous city, an oasis stands out from the urban landscape like a great "green lung." That's the nickname given to Bang Kachao - a lush protected area that has escaped the dense development seen elsewhere in Bangkok. The city is built on the alluvial plain of the Chao Phraya River. Toward the southern end, near the Gulf of Thailand, is an old meander that never quite formed an oxbow lake. That meander traces the boundary of Bang Kachao, which TIME magazine once called the "best urban oasis" in Asia. On February 2, 2014, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured this natural-color view of Bang Kachao (also called Bang Krachao or Bang Kra Jao). The top image is a close up view of the region outlined with a rectangle in the bottom image. Bang Kachao is actually an island - albeit an artificial one. The Klong Lad Pho canal, built at the neck of the oxbow, allows water from the Chao Phraya to more quickly reach the sea. The canal contains floodgates that control water levels to prevent flooding. Immediately west of the canal is the Bhumibol Bridge, which twice crosses the Chao Phraya River. Look east of the mid-bridge interchange, however, and a stark transition occurs, as the urban jungle gives way to about 2,000 hectares of rural jungle, villages, and farmland. According to a travel story in The New York Times, Bang Kachao is gaining popularity among tourists lured by bike tours, a floating farmers' market, and the relaxed atmosphere. NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_14920465/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1503022032
    SIPAUSA30123299
    Bang Kachao: Bangkok's Green Lung
    03/02/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Editor's Note: Today's caption is the answer to Earth Observatory's February 2015 image puzzler. In the heart of Thailand's most populous city, an oasis stands out from the urban landscape like a great "green lung." That's the nickname given to Bang Kachao - a lush protected area that has escaped the dense development seen elsewhere in Bangkok. The city is built on the alluvial plain of the Chao Phraya River. Toward the southern end, near the Gulf of Thailand, is an old meander that never quite formed an oxbow lake. That meander traces the boundary of Bang Kachao, which TIME magazine once called the "best urban oasis" in Asia. On February 2, 2014, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured this natural-color view of Bang Kachao (also called Bang Krachao or Bang Kra Jao). The top image is a close up view of the region outlined with a rectangle in the bottom image. Bang Kachao is actually an island - albeit an artificial one. The Klong Lad Pho canal, built at the neck of the oxbow, allows water from the Chao Phraya to more quickly reach the sea. The canal contains floodgates that control water levels to prevent flooding. Immediately west of the canal is the Bhumibol Bridge, which twice crosses the Chao Phraya River. Look east of the mid-bridge interchange, however, and a stark transition occurs, as the urban jungle gives way to about 2,000 hectares of rural jungle, villages, and farmland. According to a travel story in The New York Times, Bang Kachao is gaining popularity among tourists lured by bike tours, a floating farmers' market, and the relaxed atmosphere. NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_14920465/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1503022032

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  • World Pasty Championships, Eden Project, Cornwall - 28 Feb 2015
    REX40358918
    World Pasty Championships, Eden Project, Cornwall - 28 Feb 2015 03/02/2015 Poppy Webber/Cartel/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Poppy Webber/Cartel/REX (4471846b) Judges try the pasties, of which over 150 were submitted this year World Pasty Championships, Eden Project, Cornwall - 28 Feb 2015 /Rex_World_Pasty_Championships_Eden_Project_Cornwal_4471846B//1503021502
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    World Pasty Championships, Eden Project, Cornwall - 28 Feb 2015
    03/02/2015
    Poppy Webber/Cartel/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Poppy Webber/Cartel/REX (4471846b) Judges try the pasties, of which over 150 were submitted this year World Pasty Championships, Eden Project, Cornwall - 28 Feb 2015 /Rex_World_Pasty_Championships_Eden_Project_Cornwal_4471846B//1503021502

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  • Peppa Pig Swear Toy
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    Peppa Pig Swear Toy 03/02/2015 BRAD WAKEFIELD/THE SUN/SIPA Marcha Black and her husband Garfield bought their son Amara a Peppa Pig learning tablet which swears/THESUN_135501/Credit:BRAD WAKEFIELD/THE SUN/SIPA/1503021359
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    Peppa Pig Swear Toy
    03/02/2015
    BRAD WAKEFIELD/THE SUN/SIPA
    Marcha Black and her husband Garfield bought their son Amara a Peppa Pig learning tablet which swears/THESUN_135501/Credit:BRAD WAKEFIELD/THE SUN/SIPA/1503021359

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  • WORKING ART: Bodypainting meets Art
    SIPAUSA31335931
    WORKING ART: Bodypainting meets Art 03/02/2015 FMB/WENN.COM/SIPA 'WORKING ART: Bodypainting meets Art' is a photo-series emerging from a collaboration between body artist Jörg Düsterwald and photographer Tschiponnique Skupin. Various professions are artistically presented by body painted models with real businesses and authentic locations used in the creative process. In this scene model Clementine poses as a musical instrument with brass wind instrument maker Detlef in the workshop of Armin Werner Musical Instruments in Hanover. Where: Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany When: 21 Feb 2015 Credit: Tschiponnique Skupin/Future Image/WENN.com **Not available for publication in Germany, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia**/DWP_Working_Art_Bodypainting_020315.wenn22259934/Not available for publication in Germany, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia/1503021215
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    WORKING ART: Bodypainting meets Art
    03/02/2015
    FMB/WENN.COM/SIPA
    'WORKING ART: Bodypainting meets Art' is a photo-series emerging from a collaboration between body artist Jörg Düsterwald and photographer Tschiponnique Skupin. Various professions are artistically presented by body painted models with real businesses and authentic locations used in the creative process. In this scene model Clementine poses as a musical instrument with brass wind instrument maker Detlef in the workshop of Armin Werner Musical Instruments in Hanover. Where: Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany When: 21 Feb 2015 Credit: Tschiponnique Skupin/Future Image/WENN.com **Not available for publication in Germany, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia**/DWP_Working_Art_Bodypainting_020315.wenn22259934/Not available for publication in Germany, Poland, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia/1503021215

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  • Snail crawls over lizard's head, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - Feb 2015
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    Snail crawls over lizard's head, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - Feb 2015 03/02/2015 Krisdian Wardana/REX/REX/SIPA MUST CREDIT: Krisdian Wardana/Rex Features. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Krisdian Wardana/REX (4471740f) Snail crawls over lizard's head Snail crawls over lizard's head, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - Feb 2015 Ever had one of those days? Wildlife photographer Krisdian Wardana snapped these humourous images of a snail crawling over a lizard. They show the sneaky shelled-creature making its slimy way across the lizard's shoulders, then plopping off the front of its head. Krisdian says: "I took this photo in Yogyakarta in Indonesia. It depicts the funny behaviour when a lizard and a snail were in my frame. The snail came suddenly and he went up the back of the lizard and the lizard just stayed quiet. The thing is, the lizard either did not seem to mind or was too freaked out to work out what to do in this situation." /Rex_Snail_crawls_over_lizards_head_4471740F/MUST CREDIT: Krisdian Wardana/Rex Features. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1503021234
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    Snail crawls over lizard's head, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - Feb 2015
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    Krisdian Wardana/REX/REX/SIPA
    MUST CREDIT: Krisdian Wardana/Rex Features. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Krisdian Wardana/REX (4471740f) Snail crawls over lizard's head Snail crawls over lizard's head, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - Feb 2015 Ever had one of those days? Wildlife photographer Krisdian Wardana snapped these humourous images of a snail crawling over a lizard. They show the sneaky shelled-creature making its slimy way across the lizard's shoulders, then plopping off the front of its head. Krisdian says: "I took this photo in Yogyakarta in Indonesia. It depicts the funny behaviour when a lizard and a snail were in my frame. The snail came suddenly and he went up the back of the lizard and the lizard just stayed quiet. The thing is, the lizard either did not seem to mind or was too freaked out to work out what to do in this situation." /Rex_Snail_crawls_over_lizards_head_4471740F/MUST CREDIT: Krisdian Wardana/Rex Features. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1503021234

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  • Robear nursing care robot, Japan - 02 Mar 2015
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    Robear nursing care robot, Japan - 02 Mar 2015 03/02/2015 Riken/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Riken/REX (4471755b) Robear helping a patient Robear nursing care robot, Japan - 02 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1vj Scientists from RIKEN and Sumitomo Riko Company Limited have developed a new experimental nursing care robot, ROBEAR, which is capable of performing tasks such as lifting a patient from a bed into a wheelchair or providing assistance to a patient who is able to stand up but requires help to do so. ROBEAR will provide impetus for research on the creation of robots that can supplement Japan?s need for new approaches to care-giving. The new robot developed by the RIKEN-SRK Collaboration Center for Human-Interactive Robot Research in Nagoya is a successor to RIBA, which was announced in 2009, and RIBA-II, which was developed in 2011. The new ROBEAR robot is lighter than its predecessors, weighing just 140 kilograms compared to RIBA-II?s 230 kilograms, and it incorporates a number of features that enable it to exert force in a gentle way. /Rex_Robear_nursing_care_robot_Japan_4471755B//1503021142
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    Robear nursing care robot, Japan - 02 Mar 2015
    03/02/2015
    Riken/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Riken/REX (4471755b) Robear helping a patient Robear nursing care robot, Japan - 02 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1vj Scientists from RIKEN and Sumitomo Riko Company Limited have developed a new experimental nursing care robot, ROBEAR, which is capable of performing tasks such as lifting a patient from a bed into a wheelchair or providing assistance to a patient who is able to stand up but requires help to do so. ROBEAR will provide impetus for research on the creation of robots that can supplement Japan?s need for new approaches to care-giving. The new robot developed by the RIKEN-SRK Collaboration Center for Human-Interactive Robot Research in Nagoya is a successor to RIBA, which was announced in 2009, and RIBA-II, which was developed in 2011. The new ROBEAR robot is lighter than its predecessors, weighing just 140 kilograms compared to RIBA-II?s 230 kilograms, and it incorporates a number of features that enable it to exert force in a gentle way. /Rex_Robear_nursing_care_robot_Japan_4471755B//1503021142

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  • Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock Etch A Sketch tribute, America - 01 Mar 2015
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    Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock Etch A Sketch tribute, America - 01 Mar 2015 03/02/2015 George Vlosich/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by George Vlosich/REX (4471757a) Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock George Etch-A-Sketch tribute Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock Etch A Sketch tribute, America - 01 Mar 2015 Nimble-fingered Etch A Sketch artist George Vlosich has paid tribute to Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock in an impressive portrait created on the fiddly drawing toy. George, from Cleveland, Ohio, says: "My work usually takes 100 hours but wanted to pay tribute with a quick etch a sketch rendering I did of Leonard Nimoy our beloved Dr. Spock." /Rex_Leonard_Nimoy_as_Dr_Spock_Etch_A_Sketch_tribute_4471757A//1503021136
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    Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock Etch A Sketch tribute, America - 01 Mar 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by George Vlosich/REX (4471757a) Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock George Etch-A-Sketch tribute Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock Etch A Sketch tribute, America - 01 Mar 2015 Nimble-fingered Etch A Sketch artist George Vlosich has paid tribute to Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock in an impressive portrait created on the fiddly drawing toy. George, from Cleveland, Ohio, says: "My work usually takes 100 hours but wanted to pay tribute with a quick etch a sketch rendering I did of Leonard Nimoy our beloved Dr. Spock." /Rex_Leonard_Nimoy_as_Dr_Spock_Etch_A_Sketch_tribute_4471757A//1503021136

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  • Lizard playing Guitar
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    Lizard playing Guitar 03/02/2015 CATERS/ADITYA PERMANA/SIPA (PICTURED: A LIZARD HOLDING A LEAF LIKE A GUITAR) This is the real-life THIN LIZARD as the reptile strums a guitar fashioned from a leaf. The forest dragon lizard was spotted in the unusual pose by professional photographer Aditya Permana in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The 33-year-old caught the comical snap earlier this week and watched the critter for more than an hour before it began practicing its chords.../CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112601/Credit:CATERS/ADITYA PERMANA/SIPA/1503021141
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    Lizard playing Guitar
    03/02/2015
    CATERS/ADITYA PERMANA/SIPA
    (PICTURED: A LIZARD HOLDING A LEAF LIKE A GUITAR) This is the real-life THIN LIZARD as the reptile strums a guitar fashioned from a leaf. The forest dragon lizard was spotted in the unusual pose by professional photographer Aditya Permana in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The 33-year-old caught the comical snap earlier this week and watched the critter for more than an hour before it began practicing its chords.../CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112601/Credit:CATERS/ADITYA PERMANA/SIPA/1503021141

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  • Red Bricks Make A Benz Car In Shanghai
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    Red Bricks Make A Benz Car In Shanghai 03/02/2015 WANG GANG/SIPA ASIA/SIPA SHANGHAI, CHINA - MARCH 01: A Benz car made of red bricks parks at Red Town Creative Park on March 1, 2015 in Shanghai, China. An artist Dai Yun of Xi'an who is now a sculpturer of Shenzhen Public Art Center, designed a red bricks car which was accorded with the original proportion of Mercedes Benz. /SIPAASIA_111810/Credit:WANG GANG/SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1503021141
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    Red Bricks Make A Benz Car In Shanghai
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    WANG GANG/SIPA ASIA/SIPA
    SHANGHAI, CHINA - MARCH 01: A Benz car made of red bricks parks at Red Town Creative Park on March 1, 2015 in Shanghai, China. An artist Dai Yun of Xi'an who is now a sculpturer of Shenzhen Public Art Center, designed a red bricks car which was accorded with the original proportion of Mercedes Benz. /SIPAASIA_111810/Credit:WANG GANG/SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1503021141

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  • The Yellow Sea from space - 24 Feb 2015
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    The Yellow Sea from space - 24 Feb 2015 03/02/2015 NASA/Goddard/Ocean Colo/REX/SIPA CREDIT: NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/Rex Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/REX (4471750a) The Yellow Sea from space The Yellow Sea from space - 24 Feb 2015 Remote sensing of ocean colour in the Yellow Sea can be a challenge. Phytoplankton, suspended sediments, and dissolved organic matter colour the water while various types of aerosols modify those colours before they are "seen" by orbiting radiometers. The Aqua-MODIS data used to create the above image were collected on February 24, 2015. NASA's OceanColor Web is supported by the Ocean Biology Processing Group (OBPG) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Our responsibilities include the collection, processing, calibration, validation, archive and distribution of ocean-related products from a large number of operational, satellite-based remote-sensing missions providing ocean colour, sea surface temperature and sea surface salinity data to the international research community since 1996. The Yellow Sea is the name given to the northern part of the East China Sea, which is a marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean. /Rex_The_Yellow_Sea_from_space_4471750A/CREDIT: NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/Rex/1503021125
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    The Yellow Sea from space - 24 Feb 2015
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    NASA/Goddard/Ocean Colo/REX/SIPA
    CREDIT: NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/Rex Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/REX (4471750a) The Yellow Sea from space The Yellow Sea from space - 24 Feb 2015 Remote sensing of ocean colour in the Yellow Sea can be a challenge. Phytoplankton, suspended sediments, and dissolved organic matter colour the water while various types of aerosols modify those colours before they are "seen" by orbiting radiometers. The Aqua-MODIS data used to create the above image were collected on February 24, 2015. NASA's OceanColor Web is supported by the Ocean Biology Processing Group (OBPG) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Our responsibilities include the collection, processing, calibration, validation, archive and distribution of ocean-related products from a large number of operational, satellite-based remote-sensing missions providing ocean colour, sea surface temperature and sea surface salinity data to the international research community since 1996. The Yellow Sea is the name given to the northern part of the East China Sea, which is a marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean. /Rex_The_Yellow_Sea_from_space_4471750A/CREDIT: NASA/Goddard/Ocean Color/Rex/1503021125

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  • Prince William visit to Beijing, China - 02 Mar 2015
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    Prince William visit to Beijing, China - 02 Mar 2015 03/02/2015 Tim Rooke/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tim Rooke/REX (4471724k) Prince William puts on an coat in the Forbidden City. Prince William visit to Beijing, China - 02 Mar 2015 Prince William toured the Forbidden City including the Courtyards of the ancient City in Beijing, during a brief walking tour of the Chinese capitals main attraction. /Rex_Prince_William_visit_to_Beijing_China_4471724K//1503021051
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    Prince William visit to Beijing, China - 02 Mar 2015
    03/02/2015
    Tim Rooke/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tim Rooke/REX (4471724k) Prince William puts on an coat in the Forbidden City. Prince William visit to Beijing, China - 02 Mar 2015 Prince William toured the Forbidden City including the Courtyards of the ancient City in Beijing, during a brief walking tour of the Chinese capitals main attraction. /Rex_Prince_William_visit_to_Beijing_China_4471724K//1503021051

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  • Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, Melbourne, Australia - 26 Feb 2015
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    Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, Melbourne, Australia - 26 Feb 2015 03/02/2015 Alex Coppel/Newspix/REX/REX/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alex Coppel/Newspix/REX (4471726j) Day 3 of the Australian International Airshow Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, Melbourne, Australia - 26 Feb 2015 /Rex_Australian_International_Airshow_4471726J/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1503021043
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    Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, Melbourne, Australia - 26 Feb 2015
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    Alex Coppel/Newspix/REX/REX/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alex Coppel/Newspix/REX (4471726j) Day 3 of the Australian International Airshow Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport, Melbourne, Australia - 26 Feb 2015 /Rex_Australian_International_Airshow_4471726J/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1503021043

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  • Tomato-Throwing Food Fight at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia - 27 Feb 2015
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    Tomato-Throwing Food Fight at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia - 27 Feb 2015 03/02/2015 Stuart Walmsley/Newspix/REX/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Walmsley/Newspix/REX (4471715c) Participant Sophie Lolitato (C) pictured as 5000 people attempt to replicate Spain's famous La Tomatina tomato-throwing festival, at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria Tomato-Throwing Food Fight at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia - 27 Feb 2015 It was tomatoes at 10 paces at Flemington Racecourse when 5000 people launched the ultimate food fight. About 300,000 tomatoes were hurled in a sticky attempt to replicate Spain's famous La Tomatina tomato-throwing festival. Two women were taken to hospital during Tomato Battle and both were in a stable condition last night. Organiser Rob Capogna said he was upset people were injured. "We hadn't heard of that happening before... it's tragic," he said. /Rex_TomatoThrowing_Food_Fight_at_Flemington_4471715C/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1503021033
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    Tomato-Throwing Food Fight at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia - 27 Feb 2015
    03/02/2015
    Stuart Walmsley/Newspix/REX/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Walmsley/Newspix/REX (4471715c) Participant Sophie Lolitato (C) pictured as 5000 people attempt to replicate Spain's famous La Tomatina tomato-throwing festival, at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria Tomato-Throwing Food Fight at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia - 27 Feb 2015 It was tomatoes at 10 paces at Flemington Racecourse when 5000 people launched the ultimate food fight. About 300,000 tomatoes were hurled in a sticky attempt to replicate Spain's famous La Tomatina tomato-throwing festival. Two women were taken to hospital during Tomato Battle and both were in a stable condition last night. Organiser Rob Capogna said he was upset people were injured. "We hadn't heard of that happening before... it's tragic," he said. /Rex_TomatoThrowing_Food_Fight_at_Flemington_4471715C/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1503021033

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  • Butterfly on Frog
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    Butterfly on Frog 02/27/2015 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA This frog looks like it is about to fly away as it perches on the top of a branch and appears to have sprouted wings. But the wings belong to another little creature - a white butterfly which is sitting on top of the frog. The small green frog was enjoying a moment of peace on the branch when the butterfly approached it, and decided to land on its back. Designer Kurit Afsheen was taking pictures of his frog when he saw the encounter between the two animals. Kurit, 34, was just outside his home in Jakarta, Indonesia, when he captured the photos of the pair on a branch as thin as a finger. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The frog making it's way along the branch, as the butterfly appears. Please byline: Kurit Afsheen/Solent News ' Kurit Afsheen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_150902/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502271513
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    Butterfly on Frog
    02/27/2015
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    This frog looks like it is about to fly away as it perches on the top of a branch and appears to have sprouted wings. But the wings belong to another little creature - a white butterfly which is sitting on top of the frog. The small green frog was enjoying a moment of peace on the branch when the butterfly approached it, and decided to land on its back. Designer Kurit Afsheen was taking pictures of his frog when he saw the encounter between the two animals. Kurit, 34, was just outside his home in Jakarta, Indonesia, when he captured the photos of the pair on a branch as thin as a finger. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The frog making it's way along the branch, as the butterfly appears. Please byline: Kurit Afsheen/Solent News ' Kurit Afsheen/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_150902/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502271513

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  • Leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine, South Africa.
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    Leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine, South Africa. 02/27/2015 Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News/SIPA This leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine. The feline was resting in a tree on the side of the road when the unsuspecting rodent wandered underneath it. Measuring about a metre and a half in length, the big cat pounced from the tree. Traffic was halted as the surprised porcupine made its way across the road while it was being attacked by the leopard. As Yusuf Chavoos was driving his car through Kruger National Park in South Africa, he was shocked when the two animals emerged from the trees. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The leopard following the porcupine in attempt to catch it, without getting spiked. Please byline: Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News ' Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_15003/Credit:Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News/SIPA/1502271500
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    Leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine, South Africa.
    02/27/2015
    Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News/SIPA
    This leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine. The feline was resting in a tree on the side of the road when the unsuspecting rodent wandered underneath it. Measuring about a metre and a half in length, the big cat pounced from the tree. Traffic was halted as the surprised porcupine made its way across the road while it was being attacked by the leopard. As Yusuf Chavoos was driving his car through Kruger National Park in South Africa, he was shocked when the two animals emerged from the trees. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The leopard following the porcupine in attempt to catch it, without getting spiked. Please byline: Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News ' Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_15003/Credit:Yusuf Chavoos/Solent News/SIPA/1502271500

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  • Uk Giant Screen - impressive trick using 'perspective photography'
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    Uk Giant Screen - impressive trick using 'perspective photography' 02/27/2015 Solent News & Photo Agenc/SIPA Cinema staff today looked overwhelmed as they took delivery of a massive new screen - which is as high as two and a half double decker buses. The huge 10.3 metre high (33ft 9ins) and 18.5 metre (60ft 8ins) wide screen was delivered to the new state-of-the-art ODEON cinema in Milton Keynes, Bucks. Three staff members appeared to struggle to manoeuvre it by tying a huge rope around a box containing the screen, which is as big as a fighter jet. However, although the cardboard box looks like it holds the giant screen it is in fact an impressive trick using 'perspective photography'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Cinema staff with the giant box. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_143907/Credit:Solent News & Photo Agenc/SIPA/1502271450
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    Uk Giant Screen - impressive trick using 'perspective photography'
    02/27/2015
    Solent News & Photo Agenc/SIPA
    Cinema staff today looked overwhelmed as they took delivery of a massive new screen - which is as high as two and a half double decker buses. The huge 10.3 metre high (33ft 9ins) and 18.5 metre (60ft 8ins) wide screen was delivered to the new state-of-the-art ODEON cinema in Milton Keynes, Bucks. Three staff members appeared to struggle to manoeuvre it by tying a huge rope around a box containing the screen, which is as big as a fighter jet. However, although the cardboard box looks like it holds the giant screen it is in fact an impressive trick using 'perspective photography'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Cinema staff with the giant box. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_143907/Credit:Solent News & Photo Agenc/SIPA/1502271450

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  • Uk  most expensive Cornish pasty - costing a staggering £230.
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    Uk most expensive Cornish pasty - costing a staggering £230. 02/27/2015 Portsmouth News/Solent Ne/SIPA A British chef has created the world's most expensive Cornish pasty - costing a staggering £230. Richard Shaw has tracked down ingredients from all over the world to make the luxury treat. Dubbed the Very Important Pasty, it contains tellicherry peppercorns from India, potatoes from Illinois, USA, onions from France, swede from Scotland and flour from Holland. Wagyu steak from Japan is also used and is considered to be one of the best steaks in the world, costing £500 per kilogram. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: (l-r) Harrison Shaw with his father Rich Shaw, owner of Southwick Village Stores. ' Portsmouth News/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_143603/Credit:Portsmouth News/Solent Ne/SIPA/1502271450
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    Uk most expensive Cornish pasty - costing a staggering £230.
    02/27/2015
    Portsmouth News/Solent Ne/SIPA
    A British chef has created the world's most expensive Cornish pasty - costing a staggering £230. Richard Shaw has tracked down ingredients from all over the world to make the luxury treat. Dubbed the Very Important Pasty, it contains tellicherry peppercorns from India, potatoes from Illinois, USA, onions from France, swede from Scotland and flour from Holland. Wagyu steak from Japan is also used and is considered to be one of the best steaks in the world, costing £500 per kilogram. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: (l-r) Harrison Shaw with his father Rich Shaw, owner of Southwick Village Stores. ' Portsmouth News/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_143603/Credit:Portsmouth News/Solent Ne/SIPA/1502271450

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  • City of Colour
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    City of Colour 02/26/2015 PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The bright lights of New York City, USA) A photographer has travelled around the world capturing the beauty of some of its most famous cities by night. Each of the series of spectacular shots captures the pulsing energy of its location through vivid light trails. City snapper, Paul Reiffer, 34, spent over three years amassing the collection of nightscapes and has visited some of the worlds most iconic landmarks in the process. Whether it is the bright lights of the New York City skyline, the winding bridges of Shanghai, or the wispy reflections of Singapores harbour, each of Pauls photographs reveal a beautiful side to the urban sprawl. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174405/Credit:PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502261753
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    City of Colour
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    PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The bright lights of New York City, USA) A photographer has travelled around the world capturing the beauty of some of its most famous cities by night. Each of the series of spectacular shots captures the pulsing energy of its location through vivid light trails. City snapper, Paul Reiffer, 34, spent over three years amassing the collection of nightscapes and has visited some of the worlds most iconic landmarks in the process. Whether it is the bright lights of the New York City skyline, the winding bridges of Shanghai, or the wispy reflections of Singapores harbour, each of Pauls photographs reveal a beautiful side to the urban sprawl. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174405/Credit:PAUL REIFFER / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502261753

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  • Milan Exhibition " Sopra il sotto " ( " Over the under " ) artistic manholes for Expo 2015
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    Milan Exhibition " Sopra il sotto " ( " Over the under " ) artistic manholes for Expo 2015 02/26/2015 Flavio Lo Scalzo/AGF/SIPA Exhibition of 24 artistic manholes created by some protagonists of Italian fashion for Expo 2015, Milan, ITALY-25-02-2015/AGFEDITORIAL_1159016/Credit:Flavio Lo Scalzo/AGF/SIPA/1502261205
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    Milan Exhibition " Sopra il sotto " ( " Over the under " ) artistic manholes for Expo 2015
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    Flavio Lo Scalzo/AGF/SIPA
    Exhibition of 24 artistic manholes created by some protagonists of Italian fashion for Expo 2015, Milan, ITALY-25-02-2015/AGFEDITORIAL_1159016/Credit:Flavio Lo Scalzo/AGF/SIPA/1502261205

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  • Uk Singer Katherine Jenkins travelled around London in a lavish, all-red taxi - which matched the colour of her dress.
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    Uk Singer Katherine Jenkins travelled around London in a lavish, all-red taxi - which matched the colour of her dress. 02/26/2015 Solent News/SIPA Singer Katherine Jenkins travelled around London in a lavish, all-red taxi - which matched the colour of her dress. The world famous classical singer, 34, stunned onlookers in an elegant red Valentino dress as she stepped into the extraordinary cab. The inside of what was a normal London taxi has undergone a floor-to-ceiling makeover - which includes a fluffy carpet, luxurious leather seats and textured seats. The UK's first all-red cab is part of a new service from chocolate brand, Lindor, that gives passengers the chance to travel in luxury and bliss. The 'Lindor Bliss Taxi' will be taking 100 lucky competition winners to a destination in London of their choice. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Katherine Jenkins unveils the new Lindor Bliss Taxi. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_115703/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502261201
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    Uk Singer Katherine Jenkins travelled around London in a lavish, all-red taxi - which matched the colour of her dress.
    02/26/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    Singer Katherine Jenkins travelled around London in a lavish, all-red taxi - which matched the colour of her dress. The world famous classical singer, 34, stunned onlookers in an elegant red Valentino dress as she stepped into the extraordinary cab. The inside of what was a normal London taxi has undergone a floor-to-ceiling makeover - which includes a fluffy carpet, luxurious leather seats and textured seats. The UK's first all-red cab is part of a new service from chocolate brand, Lindor, that gives passengers the chance to travel in luxury and bliss. The 'Lindor Bliss Taxi' will be taking 100 lucky competition winners to a destination in London of their choice. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Katherine Jenkins unveils the new Lindor Bliss Taxi. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_115703/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502261201

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  • GO-PRO Pram view of New-York
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    GO-PRO Pram view of New-York 02/26/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: IGNACIOS PERSPECTIVE FROM INSIDE HIS PRAM OF A SUBWAY TRAIN RIDE TO MANHATTAN WITH DAD DIEGO CHECKING ON HIM) This incredible series of images taken from inside a pushchair prove babies will never want to throw their toys out of the pram again. Diego Acosta Lpez, 32, strapped a GoPro camera onto his sons pram and captured the stunning shots while pushing his one-year-old boy, Ignacio, around New York city. The digital photography student, originally from Quito, Ecuador, spent more than five weeks completing the project and was left thrilled when he looked back at the world through his tots eyes. SEE MERCURY COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_085202/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502260854
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    GO-PRO Pram view of New-York
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    (PICTURED: IGNACIOS PERSPECTIVE FROM INSIDE HIS PRAM OF A SUBWAY TRAIN RIDE TO MANHATTAN WITH DAD DIEGO CHECKING ON HIM) This incredible series of images taken from inside a pushchair prove babies will never want to throw their toys out of the pram again. Diego Acosta Lpez, 32, strapped a GoPro camera onto his sons pram and captured the stunning shots while pushing his one-year-old boy, Ignacio, around New York city. The digital photography student, originally from Quito, Ecuador, spent more than five weeks completing the project and was left thrilled when he looked back at the world through his tots eyes. SEE MERCURY COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_085202/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502260854

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  • Cotswold Wildlife Park breeds Critically Endangered Geckos for the first time.
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    Cotswold Wildlife Park breeds Critically Endangered Geckos for the first time. 02/25/2015 CB2/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA If there were a department of teeny tiny wonders these incredibly small Electric Blue Gecko babies would be in it! Recently hatched at Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire, this is the very first time that the park has successfully bred this wonderful wee species. In the wild they’re only found in a small area of the Kimboza Forest in Tanzania, less than 8 square kilometres (3 square miles), and are classified as a Critically Endangered species by the IUCN. Their numbers have been critically reduced due to demand from the illegal pet trade and habitat loss. Curator of Cotswold Wildlife Park, Jamie Craig, commented: “Our specialist Reptile department have been working on perfecting their husbandry techniques with this species and these hatchlings are an excellent reward for their dedication. It is a real achievement for the Park and we are continuing to get eggs and have a high success rate.” All three awesome little baby geckos are healthy and currently being cared for in climate-controlled incubators…. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Oxford, United Kingdom When: 25 Feb 2015 Credit: Supplied by WENN.com/DWP_electric_gecko_babies_250215.wenn22239369/1502251543
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    Cotswold Wildlife Park breeds Critically Endangered Geckos for the first time.
    02/25/2015
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    If there were a department of teeny tiny wonders these incredibly small Electric Blue Gecko babies would be in it! Recently hatched at Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire, this is the very first time that the park has successfully bred this wonderful wee species. In the wild they’re only found in a small area of the Kimboza Forest in Tanzania, less than 8 square kilometres (3 square miles), and are classified as a Critically Endangered species by the IUCN. Their numbers have been critically reduced due to demand from the illegal pet trade and habitat loss. Curator of Cotswold Wildlife Park, Jamie Craig, commented: “Our specialist Reptile department have been working on perfecting their husbandry techniques with this species and these hatchlings are an excellent reward for their dedication. It is a real achievement for the Park and we are continuing to get eggs and have a high success rate.” All three awesome little baby geckos are healthy and currently being cared for in climate-controlled incubators…. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Oxford, United Kingdom When: 25 Feb 2015 Credit: Supplied by WENN.com/DWP_electric_gecko_babies_250215.wenn22239369/1502251543

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  • Canberra Zoo’s luxury lodges allow guests to take a walk on the wildside… safely!
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    Canberra Zoo’s luxury lodges allow guests to take a walk on the wildside… safely! 02/25/2015 CB2/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA If you've always fancied going on a wildlife safari but aren't so keen on roughing it…or being quite so at one with nature’s fiercest…this is the break for you! Recently launched, Australia’s Canberra National Zoo & Aquarium now have a unique hotel offering like no other, which allows guests to reside alongside sharks, bears, lions and an array of other wildlife in its new range of luxury suites. The Jamala Wildlife Lodge is an all-inclusive African-themed luxury experience, which offers guests accommodation, dining, exclusive behind the scenes tours and, most importantly, the opportunity to get up close and personal with a number of animals from the comfort of their own hotel room. The first of the new offerings is the uShaka Lodge, a seven suite residence situated within the aquarium building that features a shark tank in the lounge and monkeys on the terrace. Also included among tropical gardens is a private pool and spa pool. The new Giraffe Tree houses, feature six suites and sit high above the ground where guests can feed the animals from their private balcony. For the most adventurous, five individual Jungle Bungalows will put guests within inches of either a pride of lions, pack of cheetahs or brown bears, with only a glass wall separating the predator from its prey. Accommodation starts at AU$400 (US$329, €263, £209) and ranges up to AU$850 (US$698, €559, £444) per person. The 20 luxury room facility – a new development by zoo owners Richard and Maureen Tindale – opened on 19 December. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Canberra, Australia When: 25 Feb 2015 Credit: Supplied by WENN.com/DWP_wildlife_lodges_250215.wenn22239379/1502251547
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    Canberra Zoo’s luxury lodges allow guests to take a walk on the wildside… safely!
    02/25/2015
    CB2/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA
    If you've always fancied going on a wildlife safari but aren't so keen on roughing it…or being quite so at one with nature’s fiercest…this is the break for you! Recently launched, Australia’s Canberra National Zoo & Aquarium now have a unique hotel offering like no other, which allows guests to reside alongside sharks, bears, lions and an array of other wildlife in its new range of luxury suites. The Jamala Wildlife Lodge is an all-inclusive African-themed luxury experience, which offers guests accommodation, dining, exclusive behind the scenes tours and, most importantly, the opportunity to get up close and personal with a number of animals from the comfort of their own hotel room. The first of the new offerings is the uShaka Lodge, a seven suite residence situated within the aquarium building that features a shark tank in the lounge and monkeys on the terrace. Also included among tropical gardens is a private pool and spa pool. The new Giraffe Tree houses, feature six suites and sit high above the ground where guests can feed the animals from their private balcony. For the most adventurous, five individual Jungle Bungalows will put guests within inches of either a pride of lions, pack of cheetahs or brown bears, with only a glass wall separating the predator from its prey. Accommodation starts at AU$400 (US$329, €263, £209) and ranges up to AU$850 (US$698, €559, £444) per person. The 20 luxury room facility – a new development by zoo owners Richard and Maureen Tindale – opened on 19 December. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Canberra, Australia When: 25 Feb 2015 Credit: Supplied by WENN.com/DWP_wildlife_lodges_250215.wenn22239379/1502251547

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  • Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015
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    Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 02/25/2015 Busch Gardens/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Busch Gardens/REX (4459175a) The purrfect new arrivals - endangered baby cheetahs have been born at Busch Gardens. The cubs have been named Tendai, meaning 'thankful', and Thabo, meaning 'joy'. Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1gv /Rex_Endangered_baby_cheetahs_born_at_Busch_Gardens_4459175A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251525
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    Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Busch Gardens/REX (4459175a) The purrfect new arrivals - endangered baby cheetahs have been born at Busch Gardens. The cubs have been named Tendai, meaning 'thankful', and Thabo, meaning 'joy'. Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1gv /Rex_Endangered_baby_cheetahs_born_at_Busch_Gardens_4459175A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251525

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  • Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015
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    Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 02/25/2015 Busch Gardens/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Busch Gardens/REX (4459175a) The purrfect new arrivals - endangered baby cheetahs have been born at Busch Gardens. The cubs have been named Tendai, meaning 'thankful', and Thabo, meaning 'joy'. Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1gv /Rex_Endangered_baby_cheetahs_born_at_Busch_Gardens_4459175A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251525
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    Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Busch Gardens/REX (4459175a) The purrfect new arrivals - endangered baby cheetahs have been born at Busch Gardens. The cubs have been named Tendai, meaning 'thankful', and Thabo, meaning 'joy'. Endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida, 21 Jan 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1gv /Rex_Endangered_baby_cheetahs_born_at_Busch_Gardens_4459175A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Busch Gardens/Rex Features. Only for use in story about the endangered baby cheetahs born at Busch Gardens Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251525

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  • 19 manatees rescued after becoming trapped in drainpipes in Florida, America - 23 Feb 2015
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    19 manatees rescued after becoming trapped in drainpipes in Florida, America - 23 Feb 2015 02/25/2015 REX/REX/SIPA CREDIT: Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4459094d) The manatee rescue operation 19 manatees rescued after becoming trapped in drainpipes in Florida, America - 23 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1ft The SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team, US government officials and members of the local community worked together through the night to rescue 19 manatees stuck in a drainpipe in a residential area of Satellite Beach, Florida, on Monday (23 Feb). The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) called on SeaWorld to lend their expertise to help assist this massive manatee rescue attempt. The successful rescue lasted nearly nine hours and included six manatees being pushed through the pipe. Members of the local agency had to drill through the pipes in order to lift the remaining 13 manatees out and relocate them into a nearby pond which leads into the Indian River Lagoon. Also participating were local firefighter, police and scientists from the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute. /Rex_19_manatees_rescued_after_becoming_trapped_in_dr_4459094D/CREDIT: Rex Features/1502251335
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    19 manatees rescued after becoming trapped in drainpipes in Florida, America - 23 Feb 2015
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    CREDIT: Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4459094d) The manatee rescue operation 19 manatees rescued after becoming trapped in drainpipes in Florida, America - 23 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1ft The SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team, US government officials and members of the local community worked together through the night to rescue 19 manatees stuck in a drainpipe in a residential area of Satellite Beach, Florida, on Monday (23 Feb). The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) called on SeaWorld to lend their expertise to help assist this massive manatee rescue attempt. The successful rescue lasted nearly nine hours and included six manatees being pushed through the pipe. Members of the local agency had to drill through the pipes in order to lift the remaining 13 manatees out and relocate them into a nearby pond which leads into the Indian River Lagoon. Also participating were local firefighter, police and scientists from the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute. /Rex_19_manatees_rescued_after_becoming_trapped_in_dr_4459094D/CREDIT: Rex Features/1502251335

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  • Flying over airports by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Apr 2013
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    Flying over airports by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Apr 2013 02/25/2015 Jeffrey Milstein/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX (2296022p) Jeffrey Milstein Flying over airports by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Apr 2013 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwhh A photographer has taken a fascinating God's-eye view of America. Jeffrey Milstein's impressive Fabricated Landscapes series features a sky-high look at residential, city, waterside and industrial areas of the United States. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. As well as the different housing styles of Los Angeles, there are studies of container ports, marinas packed with the yachts of the wealthy, airports made to look toy-like, and the sprawling highway infrastructure. /Rex_Fabricated_Landscapes_by_Jeffrey_Milstein_2296022P/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's/1502251251
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    Flying over airports by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Apr 2013
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX (2296022p) Jeffrey Milstein Flying over airports by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Apr 2013 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwhh A photographer has taken a fascinating God's-eye view of America. Jeffrey Milstein's impressive Fabricated Landscapes series features a sky-high look at residential, city, waterside and industrial areas of the United States. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. As well as the different housing styles of Los Angeles, there are studies of container ports, marinas packed with the yachts of the wealthy, airports made to look toy-like, and the sprawling highway infrastructure. /Rex_Fabricated_Landscapes_by_Jeffrey_Milstein_2296022P/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's/1502251251

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  • Fabricated Landscapes by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Feb 2015
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    Fabricated Landscapes by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Feb 2015 02/25/2015 Jeffrey Milstein/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX (4404807an) Container Port, Los Angeles Fabricated Landscapes by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwhh A photographer has taken a fascinating God's-eye view of America. Jeffrey Milstein's impressive Fabricated Landscapes series features a sky-high look at residential, city, waterside and industrial areas of the United States. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. As well as the different housing styles of Los Angeles, there are studies of container ports, marinas packed with the yachts of the wealthy, airports made to look toy-like, and the sprawling highway infrastructure. /Rex_Fabricated_Landscapes_by_Jeffrey_Milstein_4404807AN/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's/1502251211
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    Fabricated Landscapes by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Feb 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX (4404807an) Container Port, Los Angeles Fabricated Landscapes by Jeffrey Milstein, America - Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwhh A photographer has taken a fascinating God's-eye view of America. Jeffrey Milstein's impressive Fabricated Landscapes series features a sky-high look at residential, city, waterside and industrial areas of the United States. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. As well as the different housing styles of Los Angeles, there are studies of container ports, marinas packed with the yachts of the wealthy, airports made to look toy-like, and the sprawling highway infrastructure. /Rex_Fabricated_Landscapes_by_Jeffrey_Milstein_4404807AN/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's/1502251211

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  • Photographer used his father's old Japanese film camera from 1960?s to capture animals, Italy, 2008
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    Photographer used his father's old Japanese film camera from 1960?s to capture animals, Italy, 2008 02/25/2015 Giacomo Brunelli/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Giacomo Brunelli /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Giacomo Brunelli photographs of animals. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Giacomo Brunelli/REX (4452120f) A mouse (Umbria, Italy), 2007 Photographer used his father's old Japanese film camera from 1960?s to capture animals, Italy, 2008 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1be /Rex_Striking_photos_using_Japanese_1960s_camera_4452120F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Giacomo Brunelli /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Giacomo Brunelli photographs of animals. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251143
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    Photographer used his father's old Japanese film camera from 1960?s to capture animals, Italy, 2008
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Giacomo Brunelli /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Giacomo Brunelli photographs of animals. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Giacomo Brunelli/REX (4452120f) A mouse (Umbria, Italy), 2007 Photographer used his father's old Japanese film camera from 1960?s to capture animals, Italy, 2008 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q1be /Rex_Striking_photos_using_Japanese_1960s_camera_4452120F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Giacomo Brunelli /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Giacomo Brunelli photographs of animals. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251143

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  • The Wellness Clock remind you to look after yourself, Spain, Feb 2015
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    The Wellness Clock remind you to look after yourself, Spain, Feb 2015 02/25/2015 REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about the Wellness Clock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4449950c) The Wellness Clock reminds you to look after yourself. The clock encourages you to remember to laugh, return favours, play with pets, meditate and be grateful throughout the day, hopefully bringing a greater sense of wellbeing. The Wellness Clock remind you to look after yourself, Spain, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q19x /Rex_Wellness_Clock_improves_well_being_4449950C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about the Wellness Clock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251129
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    The Wellness Clock remind you to look after yourself, Spain, Feb 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about the Wellness Clock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4449950c) The Wellness Clock reminds you to look after yourself. The clock encourages you to remember to laugh, return favours, play with pets, meditate and be grateful throughout the day, hopefully bringing a greater sense of wellbeing. The Wellness Clock remind you to look after yourself, Spain, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q19x /Rex_Wellness_Clock_improves_well_being_4449950C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about the Wellness Clock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502251129

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  • Snow playground, Kiruna, Sweden - 24 Feb 2015
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    Snow playground, Kiruna, Sweden - 24 Feb 2015 02/25/2015 PINPIN Studio/REX/REX/SIPA MUST CREDIT: PINPIN Studio/Rex Features. Editorial use only. Not stock. Only for use in this story Mandatory Credit: Photo by PINPIN Studio/REX (4451020d) The snow playground Snow playground, Kiruna, Sweden - 24 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q17m Forget 'do you wanna build a snowman?', how about 'we've built an entire snow playground'. In January 2015, Christian Strmqvist and Karl-Johan Ekeroth of PinPin Studio created a snow playground for the winter festival in Kiruna, Sweden. The play area features a big maze, two slides, a large, circular snow lantern, four egg-shaped seats and benches made out of ice. Together with ICEHOTEL, LKAB, Tekniska Verken and students from Hjalmar Lundbomsskolan, the playground was built in less than a week. The park is free of charge, and open for visitors until the sun will melt it down sometime in April. /Rex_Snow_playground_Kiruna_Sweden_4451020D/MUST CREDIT: PINPIN Studio/Rex Features. Editorial use only. Not stock. Only for use in this story/1502251045
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    Snow playground, Kiruna, Sweden - 24 Feb 2015
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    MUST CREDIT: PINPIN Studio/Rex Features. Editorial use only. Not stock. Only for use in this story Mandatory Credit: Photo by PINPIN Studio/REX (4451020d) The snow playground Snow playground, Kiruna, Sweden - 24 Feb 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q17m Forget 'do you wanna build a snowman?', how about 'we've built an entire snow playground'. In January 2015, Christian Strmqvist and Karl-Johan Ekeroth of PinPin Studio created a snow playground for the winter festival in Kiruna, Sweden. The play area features a big maze, two slides, a large, circular snow lantern, four egg-shaped seats and benches made out of ice. Together with ICEHOTEL, LKAB, Tekniska Verken and students from Hjalmar Lundbomsskolan, the playground was built in less than a week. The park is free of charge, and open for visitors until the sun will melt it down sometime in April. /Rex_Snow_playground_Kiruna_Sweden_4451020D/MUST CREDIT: PINPIN Studio/Rex Features. Editorial use only. Not stock. Only for use in this story/1502251045

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  • Polar bears for International Polar Bear Day, Spitsbergen, Norway - 2010s
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    Polar bears for International Polar Bear Day, Spitsbergen, Norway - 2010s 02/25/2015 Paul Goldstein/Exodus/R/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/Exodus/REX (4438904ah) Polar bears Polar bears for International Polar Bear Day, Spitsbergen, Norway - 2010s FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q14n International Polar Bear Day is celebrated every 27 February to raise awareness about the conservation status of the polar bear. In honour of this occasion, wildlife guide, photographer and presenter Paul Goldstein has bought together his favourite images of the majestic predator. Wimbledon-based Paul, who guides for Exodus, explains: "Polar bears are in danger of becoming an anachronism, a fading apex predator that suffers more and more as the sea ice melts earlier each year." Highlights of over a decade of sightings include a mother and cubs sitting on an iceberg, an adult attempting to catch tasty birds on a cliff face and a little cub appearing to wave. /Rex_Polar_bears_for_International_Polar_Bear_Day_4438904AH/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Features/1502251025
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    Polar bears for International Polar Bear Day, Spitsbergen, Norway - 2010s
    02/25/2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/Exodus/REX (4438904ah) Polar bears Polar bears for International Polar Bear Day, Spitsbergen, Norway - 2010s FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q14n International Polar Bear Day is celebrated every 27 February to raise awareness about the conservation status of the polar bear. In honour of this occasion, wildlife guide, photographer and presenter Paul Goldstein has bought together his favourite images of the majestic predator. Wimbledon-based Paul, who guides for Exodus, explains: "Polar bears are in danger of becoming an anachronism, a fading apex predator that suffers more and more as the sea ice melts earlier each year." Highlights of over a decade of sightings include a mother and cubs sitting on an iceberg, an adult attempting to catch tasty birds on a cliff face and a little cub appearing to wave. /Rex_Polar_bears_for_International_Polar_Bear_Day_4438904AH/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Features/1502251025

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  • The hunters with the cheetah.
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    The hunters with the cheetah. 02/25/2015 Jack Somerville/Solent Ne/SIPA Two hunters from an ancient tribe show no fear as they use a bow and arrow to catch their dinner - just yards from a fully grown cheetah. Photographer Jack Somerville, 26, captured the spectacular images in the Naankuse Wildlife Reserve in central Namibia, Africa. Mr Somerville, from Holloway Road, north London, has spent a lot of time with San people, who are members of indigenous hunter-gatherer people in southern Africa. They can also be called 'bushmen' or 'basarwa' and their territories span Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The hunters. Please byline: Jack Somerville/Solent News ' Jack Somerville/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_804.13/Credit:Jack Somerville/Solent Ne/SIPA/1502250832
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    The hunters with the cheetah.
    02/25/2015
    Jack Somerville/Solent Ne/SIPA
    Two hunters from an ancient tribe show no fear as they use a bow and arrow to catch their dinner - just yards from a fully grown cheetah. Photographer Jack Somerville, 26, captured the spectacular images in the Naankuse Wildlife Reserve in central Namibia, Africa. Mr Somerville, from Holloway Road, north London, has spent a lot of time with San people, who are members of indigenous hunter-gatherer people in southern Africa. They can also be called 'bushmen' or 'basarwa' and their territories span Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The hunters. Please byline: Jack Somerville/Solent News ' Jack Somerville/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_804.13/Credit:Jack Somerville/Solent Ne/SIPA/1502250832

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  • Transplant Mother
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    Transplant Mother 02/24/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: AMYS SON SETH.) - Amy Caulton has had to battle against all the odds to fulfil her dream of having a baby after having a lifesaving kidney transplant as a young girl. The 28-year-old had a kidney transplant when she was nine and is celebrating a double milestone becoming a mum and notching up 20 healthy years after her operation. Amy, who is now the proud mother of five-month-old Seth, said: When I was growing up, I always wondered if I would be able to have a baby. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.60/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1502241505
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    Transplant Mother
    02/24/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: AMYS SON SETH.) - Amy Caulton has had to battle against all the odds to fulfil her dream of having a baby after having a lifesaving kidney transplant as a young girl. The 28-year-old had a kidney transplant when she was nine and is celebrating a double milestone becoming a mum and notching up 20 healthy years after her operation. Amy, who is now the proud mother of five-month-old Seth, said: When I was growing up, I always wondered if I would be able to have a baby. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.60/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1502241505

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  • Selfie with Dangerous Shark
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    Selfie with Dangerous Shark 02/24/2015 AARON GEKOSKI/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY AARON GEKOSKI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED ) - These are the jaw-dropping pictures of a divers selfie taken during a feeding frenzy of hungry blacktip sharks. One shark took a nibble at his camera and another bit the buoy line right above his head but he was able to come away unscathed with these amazing pictures. Aaron Gekoski, the 34-year-old photographer, took the pictures while diving near the Aliwal Shoal in South Africa during the famous sardine rush that takes place every July. He had to keep eye contact with the feeding sharks and make himself as big as possible, keeping the predators content while he took his pictures. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.58/Credit:AARON GEKOSKI/CATERS/SIPA/1502241505
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    Selfie with Dangerous Shark
    02/24/2015
    AARON GEKOSKI/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY AARON GEKOSKI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED ) - These are the jaw-dropping pictures of a divers selfie taken during a feeding frenzy of hungry blacktip sharks. One shark took a nibble at his camera and another bit the buoy line right above his head but he was able to come away unscathed with these amazing pictures. Aaron Gekoski, the 34-year-old photographer, took the pictures while diving near the Aliwal Shoal in South Africa during the famous sardine rush that takes place every July. He had to keep eye contact with the feeding sharks and make himself as big as possible, keeping the predators content while he took his pictures. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.58/Credit:AARON GEKOSKI/CATERS/SIPA/1502241505

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  • Baby Flat Head
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    Baby Flat Head 02/24/2015 HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: OAKELY GETTING FITTED FOR HIS HELMET.) - This adorable baby has to wear a specialist helmet worth 2,000 for up to six months to help battle a rare condition known as flat head syndrome. Oakley Porter-Mcaveeney, the five-month-old baby boy from Coventry, suffers from brachycephaly better known as flat head syndrome and wears the special helmet to mould his skull in to the correct shape. His Mother, Stephanie Mcaveeney, 28, first noticed Oakleys unusual condition when he was 8-weeks-old but was put off when she discovered that treatment for the condition was not available on the NHS. Stephanie was told she would have to fork out 2,000 to buy a specialist helmet, an astronomical fee for a stay-at-home Mother. But after posting her story on Facebook, donations piled in and now Stephanie is beaming with pride as four-month-old Oakley happily wears his helmet for 23 hours a day. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.31/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS/SIPA/1502241505
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    Baby Flat Head
    02/24/2015
    HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: OAKELY GETTING FITTED FOR HIS HELMET.) - This adorable baby has to wear a specialist helmet worth 2,000 for up to six months to help battle a rare condition known as flat head syndrome. Oakley Porter-Mcaveeney, the five-month-old baby boy from Coventry, suffers from brachycephaly better known as flat head syndrome and wears the special helmet to mould his skull in to the correct shape. His Mother, Stephanie Mcaveeney, 28, first noticed Oakleys unusual condition when he was 8-weeks-old but was put off when she discovered that treatment for the condition was not available on the NHS. Stephanie was told she would have to fork out 2,000 to buy a specialist helmet, an astronomical fee for a stay-at-home Mother. But after posting her story on Facebook, donations piled in and now Stephanie is beaming with pride as four-month-old Oakley happily wears his helmet for 23 hours a day. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1353.31/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS/SIPA/1502241505

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  • Milan Street Art Manhole Covers
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    Milan Street Art Manhole Covers 02/24/2015 MARMORINO/NEWPRESS/IPA/SIPA Milan Street Art Manhole Covers - Via Montenapoleone , ITALY - 24/02/2015/IPAPRESSITALY_143517/Credit:MARMORINO/NEWPRESS/IPA/SIPA/1502241438
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    Milan Street Art Manhole Covers
    02/24/2015
    MARMORINO/NEWPRESS/IPA/SIPA
    Milan Street Art Manhole Covers - Via Montenapoleone , ITALY - 24/02/2015/IPAPRESSITALY_143517/Credit:MARMORINO/NEWPRESS/IPA/SIPA/1502241438

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  • Nuclear fun park
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    Nuclear fun park 02/24/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - These extraordinary images show what could be the worlds most bizarre theme park - built around an abandoned nuclear power station. Wunderland near Kalkar, Germany cleverly combines a never-been-used multi million pound reactor with classic fair rides including a merry go round, a ferris wheel, a carousel and a log flume. A swing ride has even been fitted inside the old cooling tower while a 40-metre high climbing wall features on the outside. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141317/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502241431
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    Nuclear fun park
    02/24/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - These extraordinary images show what could be the worlds most bizarre theme park - built around an abandoned nuclear power station. Wunderland near Kalkar, Germany cleverly combines a never-been-used multi million pound reactor with classic fair rides including a merry go round, a ferris wheel, a carousel and a log flume. A swing ride has even been fitted inside the old cooling tower while a 40-metre high climbing wall features on the outside. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141317/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502241431

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  • Taxidermy Kid
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    Taxidermy Kid 02/24/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Archie Crawford) - Meet the 12-year-old taxidermist who shares his bedroom with 75 stuffed animals and even keeps ROADKILL in his familys freezer at home. Archie Crawford, from Kidlington, Oxfordshire started his unusual hobby aged seven, after he found hedgehog bones under a porta cabin at his primary school. After reading about taxidermy online, the curious youngster became fascinated with the craft and amassed a 75-strong collection of stuffed animals including a buzzard, a racoon, a marmot and even an armadillo. Archie is not afraid to get his hands dirty and loves nothing more than working on animals himself. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141402/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502241417
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    Taxidermy Kid
    02/24/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Archie Crawford) - Meet the 12-year-old taxidermist who shares his bedroom with 75 stuffed animals and even keeps ROADKILL in his familys freezer at home. Archie Crawford, from Kidlington, Oxfordshire started his unusual hobby aged seven, after he found hedgehog bones under a porta cabin at his primary school. After reading about taxidermy online, the curious youngster became fascinated with the craft and amassed a 75-strong collection of stuffed animals including a buzzard, a racoon, a marmot and even an armadillo. Archie is not afraid to get his hands dirty and loves nothing more than working on animals himself. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141402/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502241417

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  • Esty Ilabaca Freerunner
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    Esty Ilabaca Freerunner 02/24/2015 E. ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY ESTY ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: ESTY ILABACA TAKES PICTURES OF HIS BROTHER DANIEL JUMPING FROM AN LA ROOF TOP INTO SOME DIRT) A death-defying free runner has parkoured his way across the globe because he loves people watching. Esty Ilabaca, 20, from Moreton on the Wirral, Merseyside, has hit the heights in his hometown as well as in Chile, Japan and France, even pitting his wits against the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, USA. But the daredevil photographer insists that he doesnt scale the buildings just for the thrills. SEE MERCURY COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124021/Credit:E. ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS//SIPA/1502241249
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    Esty Ilabaca Freerunner
    02/24/2015
    E. ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY ESTY ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: ESTY ILABACA TAKES PICTURES OF HIS BROTHER DANIEL JUMPING FROM AN LA ROOF TOP INTO SOME DIRT) A death-defying free runner has parkoured his way across the globe because he loves people watching. Esty Ilabaca, 20, from Moreton on the Wirral, Merseyside, has hit the heights in his hometown as well as in Chile, Japan and France, even pitting his wits against the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, USA. But the daredevil photographer insists that he doesnt scale the buildings just for the thrills. SEE MERCURY COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124021/Credit:E. ILABACA/MERCURY PRESS//SIPA/1502241249

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  • Uk Isle of Light !!
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    Uk Isle of Light !! 02/23/2015 JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Bembridge Lifeboat station taken on a very low spring tide.) There are few places in Britain you could take these spectacular pictures the iridescent colours of the Milky Way illuminating the night sky. But one photographer has found a perfect spot to capture the vibrant constellations in almost cinematic definition the pitch-black countryside of the Isle of Wight. Astro-photographer Jamie Currie, 35, has been taking pictures of the phenomenon, which contains between 100 and 400 billion stars, in locations across the Isle of Wight since 2013. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_182911/Credit:JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502231855
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    Uk Isle of Light !!
    02/23/2015
    JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Bembridge Lifeboat station taken on a very low spring tide.) There are few places in Britain you could take these spectacular pictures the iridescent colours of the Milky Way illuminating the night sky. But one photographer has found a perfect spot to capture the vibrant constellations in almost cinematic definition the pitch-black countryside of the Isle of Wight. Astro-photographer Jamie Currie, 35, has been taking pictures of the phenomenon, which contains between 100 and 400 billion stars, in locations across the Isle of Wight since 2013. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_182911/Credit:JAMIE CURRIE / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502231855

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  • Poland Kumoterki chariot race in Koucielisko
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    Poland Kumoterki chariot race in Koucielisko 02/23/2015 Jan Graczynski/ENPOL/SIPA Kumoterki chariot race on February 22, 2015 in Koucielisko, Poland./ENPOL_173208/Credit:Jan Graczynski/ENPOL/SIPA/1502231804
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    Poland Kumoterki chariot race in Koucielisko
    02/23/2015
    Jan Graczynski/ENPOL/SIPA
    Kumoterki chariot race on February 22, 2015 in Koucielisko, Poland./ENPOL_173208/Credit:Jan Graczynski/ENPOL/SIPA/1502231804

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  • Annual Chinese Happy New Year Feast Celebration into Paris 13th District, Paris, France, 22/02/2015
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    Annual Chinese Happy New Year Feast Celebration into Paris 13th District, Paris, France, 22/02/2015 02/23/2015 EREZ LICHTFELD/SIPA/SIPA President of Chinese community, Mayor of Paris 13th District Jerome Coumet and Jean Marie Leguen pictured during the Annual Chinese Happy New Year Feast Celebration into Paris 13th District, Paris, France, 22/02/2015/LICHTFELD_716.04/Credit:EREZ LICHTFELD/SIPA/SIPA/1502230721
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    Annual Chinese Happy New Year Feast Celebration into Paris 13th District, Paris, France, 22/02/2015
    02/23/2015
    EREZ LICHTFELD/SIPA/SIPA
    President of Chinese community, Mayor of Paris 13th District Jerome Coumet and Jean Marie Leguen pictured during the Annual Chinese Happy New Year Feast Celebration into Paris 13th District, Paris, France, 22/02/2015/LICHTFELD_716.04/Credit:EREZ LICHTFELD/SIPA/SIPA/1502230721

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  • Aerial tightrope during "River Hongbao"
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    Aerial tightrope during "River Hongbao" 02/22/2015 Then Chih Wey/CHINE NOUVE/SIPA 150222) -- SINGAPORE, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Abulaiti-Maijun from China's Xinjiang Acrobatic Troupe performs acrobatics on the aerial tightrope during "River Hongbao", an annual event to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival, on a floating stage at Marina Bay in Singapore, Feb. 21, 2015. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1519.26/Credit:Then Chih Wey/CHINE NOUVE/SIPA/1502221536
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    Aerial tightrope during "River Hongbao"
    02/22/2015
    Then Chih Wey/CHINE NOUVE/SIPA
    150222) -- SINGAPORE, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Abulaiti-Maijun from China's Xinjiang Acrobatic Troupe performs acrobatics on the aerial tightrope during "River Hongbao", an annual event to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival, on a floating stage at Marina Bay in Singapore, Feb. 21, 2015. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1519.26/Credit:Then Chih Wey/CHINE NOUVE/SIPA/1502221536

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  • Winter-swimming amateurs
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    Winter-swimming amateurs 02/22/2015 /Zhang Chunxiang/CHINE NO/SIPA (150222) -- MUDANJIANG, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Winter-swimming amateurs walk out of icy water during a winter-swimming event in Mudanjiang, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Feb. 22, 2015. More than 200 winter-swimming amateurs here gathered to challenge the bitter cold. (Xinhua/Zhang Chunxiang) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1504.30/Credit:/Zhang Chunxiang/CHINE NO/SIPA/1502221536
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    Winter-swimming amateurs
    02/22/2015
    /Zhang Chunxiang/CHINE NO/SIPA
    (150222) -- MUDANJIANG, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Winter-swimming amateurs walk out of icy water during a winter-swimming event in Mudanjiang, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Feb. 22, 2015. More than 200 winter-swimming amateurs here gathered to challenge the bitter cold. (Xinhua/Zhang Chunxiang) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1504.30/Credit:/Zhang Chunxiang/CHINE NO/SIPA/1502221536

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  • Color Run at Commonwealth Park in Canberra
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    Color Run at Commonwealth Park in Canberra 02/22/2015 Justin Qian/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA (150222) -- CANBERRA, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Runners take part in the 5km Color Run at Commonwealth Park in Canberra, Australia, Feb. 22, 2015. Some 7,000 runners finished this year's "Color Run" event. (Xinhua/Justin Qian) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1519.36/Credit:Justin Qian/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA/1502221536
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    Color Run at Commonwealth Park in Canberra
    02/22/2015
    Justin Qian/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA
    (150222) -- CANBERRA, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Runners take part in the 5km Color Run at Commonwealth Park in Canberra, Australia, Feb. 22, 2015. Some 7,000 runners finished this year's "Color Run" event. (Xinhua/Justin Qian) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1519.36/Credit:Justin Qian/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA/1502221536

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  • Tulips  exhibition in Wuhuan
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    Tulips exhibition in Wuhuan 02/22/2015 Cheng Min/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA (150222) -- WUHAN, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A tourist takes photos of tulips at an exhibition in Wuhuan Botanical Garden in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, Feb. 22, 2015. The exhibition here displayed 160,000 tulips and 30 large-scale floral artworks. (Xinhua/Cheng Min) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1504.20/Credit:Cheng Min/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1502221536
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    Tulips exhibition in Wuhuan
    02/22/2015
    Cheng Min/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (150222) -- WUHAN, Feb. 22, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A tourist takes photos of tulips at an exhibition in Wuhuan Botanical Garden in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, Feb. 22, 2015. The exhibition here displayed 160,000 tulips and 30 large-scale floral artworks. (Xinhua/Cheng Min) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1504.20/Credit:Cheng Min/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1502221536

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  • One Night Carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
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    One Night Carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 02/21/2015 Angel Medina G./EFE/SIPA Drag Valkiria, presents 'El pacto de Mefistófeles' in the opening event of the Drag Queen Carnival Gala of the Thousand and one Night held in Palmas de Gran Canaria, 20 February 2015. EFE/Angel Medina G. /EFE_1128.31/Credit:Angel Medina G./EFE/SIPA/1502211148
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    One Night Carnival in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
    02/21/2015
    Angel Medina G./EFE/SIPA
    Drag Valkiria, presents 'El pacto de Mefistófeles' in the opening event of the Drag Queen Carnival Gala of the Thousand and one Night held in Palmas de Gran Canaria, 20 February 2015. EFE/Angel Medina G. /EFE_1128.31/Credit:Angel Medina G./EFE/SIPA/1502211148

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  • Hawk Smashed Window
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    Hawk Smashed Window 02/20/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: A hawk that smashed through the bedroom window of Drew Arnold) - These are the earth-shattering pictures of a red-tailed hawk after it flew through a mans bedroom window and coated his bedroom with bird poo. Drew Arnold, the 23-year-old from Kansas City, initially thought he was being robbed and feared an intruder had broken in, only to find a stunned hawk staring back at him. He found the hawk, famed for its four-foot wingspan and two-inch talons, with a frightened look of confusion as it looked around Drews bedroom. The hawk spent the next 45 minutes knocking pictures off the wall, breaking the ceiling fan, ripping up the curtains, clawing the woodwork near two windows and coating the room with hawk poo. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.08/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502202000
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    Hawk Smashed Window
    02/20/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: A hawk that smashed through the bedroom window of Drew Arnold) - These are the earth-shattering pictures of a red-tailed hawk after it flew through a mans bedroom window and coated his bedroom with bird poo. Drew Arnold, the 23-year-old from Kansas City, initially thought he was being robbed and feared an intruder had broken in, only to find a stunned hawk staring back at him. He found the hawk, famed for its four-foot wingspan and two-inch talons, with a frightened look of confusion as it looked around Drews bedroom. The hawk spent the next 45 minutes knocking pictures off the wall, breaking the ceiling fan, ripping up the curtains, clawing the woodwork near two windows and coating the room with hawk poo. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.08/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Drone Waiter
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    Drone Waiter 02/20/2015 INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATER/SIPA PIC BY INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The drone delivering food) - A company have launched a series of DRONE WAITERS - an idea they are hoping will really TAKE OFF. Infinium Robotics have created the drones, Infinium-Serve, to help compensate for the labour shortage in Singapores catering industry. They carry up to 2kg of food which is around two pints of beer, a pizza and two glasses of wine. Government statistics claim Singapores catering industry currently lacks around 7,000 members of staff. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.04/Credit:INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATER/SIPA/1502202000
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    Drone Waiter
    02/20/2015
    INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATER/SIPA
    PIC BY INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The drone delivering food) - A company have launched a series of DRONE WAITERS - an idea they are hoping will really TAKE OFF. Infinium Robotics have created the drones, Infinium-Serve, to help compensate for the labour shortage in Singapores catering industry. They carry up to 2kg of food which is around two pints of beer, a pizza and two glasses of wine. Government statistics claim Singapores catering industry currently lacks around 7,000 members of staff. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.04/Credit:INFINIUM ROBOTICS / CATER/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Rhino and Sheep Best Friends
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    Rhino and Sheep Best Friends 02/20/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The lovable orphan playing with Lammie) They say the best kind of friendships are the most unlikely - as proven by this unusual animal duo. Captured on camera, baby rhino Gertje and lovable sheep, Lammie, show their incredible bond by skipping and playing together during a walk outside. The heart-warming footage, taken by assistant curator, Karien Smit, shows white rhino, Gertle, trying to copy its best friends behaviour by hopping around like a lamb. As the Dorpa sheep springs up and down the dusty trail, the orphaned rhino is seen getting excited as it spins in circles trying to mimic its steps. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.28/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502202000
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    Rhino and Sheep Best Friends
    02/20/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The lovable orphan playing with Lammie) They say the best kind of friendships are the most unlikely - as proven by this unusual animal duo. Captured on camera, baby rhino Gertje and lovable sheep, Lammie, show their incredible bond by skipping and playing together during a walk outside. The heart-warming footage, taken by assistant curator, Karien Smit, shows white rhino, Gertle, trying to copy its best friends behaviour by hopping around like a lamb. As the Dorpa sheep springs up and down the dusty trail, the orphaned rhino is seen getting excited as it spins in circles trying to mimic its steps. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.28/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Maggie Lieu first woman ever to give birth to a Martian
    00705629
    Maggie Lieu first woman ever to give birth to a Martian 02/20/2015 HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MAGGIE LIEU, AGED 24. IN HER OFFICE.) A pretty student who wants to become the first woman ever to give birth to a Martian has made it into the final 100 of shortlisted applicants. Maggie Lieu, from Coventry, has applied to be part of the first human colony on Mars through the billion Mars One project and was announced to have made the shortlist today (TUES). And the 24-year-old astrophysics pHd student at the University of Birmingham thinks she could be the first person to have a baby on the nearest planet to Earth. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.16/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS/SIPA/1502202000
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    Maggie Lieu first woman ever to give birth to a Martian
    02/20/2015
    HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MAGGIE LIEU, AGED 24. IN HER OFFICE.) A pretty student who wants to become the first woman ever to give birth to a Martian has made it into the final 100 of shortlisted applicants. Maggie Lieu, from Coventry, has applied to be part of the first human colony on Mars through the billion Mars One project and was announced to have made the shortlist today (TUES). And the 24-year-old astrophysics pHd student at the University of Birmingham thinks she could be the first person to have a baby on the nearest planet to Earth. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.16/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Ryan MacDonald Mars Applicant
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    Ryan MacDonald Mars Applicant 02/20/2015 Alex Cantrill-Jones / CAT/SIPA PIC FROM Alex Cantrill-Jones / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ryan MacDonald) - Hoping for a succesful application is Ryan MacDonald ,20, who is competing for a one way ticket to MarsRyan is one of 165,000 people bidding to make a settlement on the planet, which has been organised by Dutch not-for-profit foundation Mars One.Ryan shows off what the habitats would look like on a poster supplied by the foundation./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.30/Credit:Alex Cantrill-Jones / CAT/SIPA/1502202000
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    Ryan MacDonald Mars Applicant
    02/20/2015
    Alex Cantrill-Jones / CAT/SIPA
    PIC FROM Alex Cantrill-Jones / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ryan MacDonald) - Hoping for a succesful application is Ryan MacDonald ,20, who is competing for a one way ticket to MarsRyan is one of 165,000 people bidding to make a settlement on the planet, which has been organised by Dutch not-for-profit foundation Mars One.Ryan shows off what the habitats would look like on a poster supplied by the foundation./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.30/Credit:Alex Cantrill-Jones / CAT/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Bizzare phobia of Dinosaurs
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    Bizzare phobia of Dinosaurs 02/20/2015 MERCURY PRESS/Caters/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: VICTORIA AND A DINOSAUR IN THE WOODS) A woman has been left with a bizzare phobia of DINOSAURS after watching Jurassic Park as a child. Victoria Jones, 28, first watched the prehistoric film when she was aged just seven and has been constantly on the look out for velociraptors ever since. The mother-of-two always plans her escape in case of a potential attack and refuses to leave the house alone at night. The wildlife volunteer from Herstmonceux, East Sussex, said: My fear started from the first ever time I watched the film...SEE MERCURY COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.43/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/Caters/SIPA/1502202000
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    Bizzare phobia of Dinosaurs
    02/20/2015
    MERCURY PRESS/Caters/SIPA
    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: VICTORIA AND A DINOSAUR IN THE WOODS) A woman has been left with a bizzare phobia of DINOSAURS after watching Jurassic Park as a child. Victoria Jones, 28, first watched the prehistoric film when she was aged just seven and has been constantly on the look out for velociraptors ever since. The mother-of-two always plans her escape in case of a potential attack and refuses to leave the house alone at night. The wildlife volunteer from Herstmonceux, East Sussex, said: My fear started from the first ever time I watched the film...SEE MERCURY COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1842.43/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/Caters/SIPA/1502202000

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  • Landscapes, Valleys of Siena and Val d'orcia
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    Landscapes, Valleys of Siena and Val d'orcia 02/20/2015 Marcin Sobas/Solent News/SIPA This beautiful landscape lies in the undulating valleys of Siena and Val d'orcia in Tuscany, Italy. Marcin Sobas, from Tychy in Poland, trekked across the hills to capture the images of a shepherd herding his flock of around 300 sheep to different fields. The 34-year-old project manager used a telescopic lens to snatch the pictures from the opposite hill so as not to startle the sheep with his presence. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The sheep on the hillside. Please byline: Marcin Sobas/Solent News ' Marcin Sobas/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.21/Credit:Marcin Sobas/Solent News/SIPA/1502201638
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    Landscapes, Valleys of Siena and Val d'orcia
    02/20/2015
    Marcin Sobas/Solent News/SIPA
    This beautiful landscape lies in the undulating valleys of Siena and Val d'orcia in Tuscany, Italy. Marcin Sobas, from Tychy in Poland, trekked across the hills to capture the images of a shepherd herding his flock of around 300 sheep to different fields. The 34-year-old project manager used a telescopic lens to snatch the pictures from the opposite hill so as not to startle the sheep with his presence. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The sheep on the hillside. Please byline: Marcin Sobas/Solent News ' Marcin Sobas/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.21/Credit:Marcin Sobas/Solent News/SIPA/1502201638

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  • Nine-year-old boy, suffer from testicular cancer
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    Nine-year-old boy, suffer from testicular cancer 02/20/2015 Solent News/SIPA A nine-year-old boy is thought to be the youngest in the world to suffer from testicular cancer. Jack Bristow was diagnosed with the disease in December last year and is now facing the fight for his life to battle the disease - which usually affects men three of four times his age. His devastated parents Dan, 32, and Joanne, 29, from Popley in Basingstoke, Hants, were told by doctors Jack was one of the youngest in the UK, and the world, to be diagnosed with the disease. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Jack Bristow pictured today. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.11/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502201638
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    Nine-year-old boy, suffer from testicular cancer
    02/20/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    A nine-year-old boy is thought to be the youngest in the world to suffer from testicular cancer. Jack Bristow was diagnosed with the disease in December last year and is now facing the fight for his life to battle the disease - which usually affects men three of four times his age. His devastated parents Dan, 32, and Joanne, 29, from Popley in Basingstoke, Hants, were told by doctors Jack was one of the youngest in the UK, and the world, to be diagnosed with the disease. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Jack Bristow pictured today. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.11/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502201638

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  • Rechargeable USB razor
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    Rechargeable USB razor 02/20/2015 Hammacher Schlemmer/Solen/SIPA Busy workers can now shave on the go whenever they want - using this rechargeable USB razor. The unique shaver is just 10cm tall and 5cm wide - which is smaller than a smartphone - can easily be transported and slots into any trouser pocket. It can be recharged via a USB port and a single four-hour charge provides 30 minutes of use. The compact men's electric shaver, known as 'The USB Travel Shaver', comes with a foil razor and claims to 'deliver a comfortable close shave'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The USB razor Please byline: Hammacher Schlemmer/Solent News ' Hammacher Schlemmer/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.30/Credit:Hammacher Schlemmer/Solen/SIPA/1502201638
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    Rechargeable USB razor
    02/20/2015
    Hammacher Schlemmer/Solen/SIPA
    Busy workers can now shave on the go whenever they want - using this rechargeable USB razor. The unique shaver is just 10cm tall and 5cm wide - which is smaller than a smartphone - can easily be transported and slots into any trouser pocket. It can be recharged via a USB port and a single four-hour charge provides 30 minutes of use. The compact men's electric shaver, known as 'The USB Travel Shaver', comes with a foil razor and claims to 'deliver a comfortable close shave'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The USB razor Please byline: Hammacher Schlemmer/Solent News ' Hammacher Schlemmer/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1622.30/Credit:Hammacher Schlemmer/Solen/SIPA/1502201638

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  • Indonesia colony of ants attacked a caterpillar and grasshopper that strayed too close to their nest.
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    Indonesia colony of ants attacked a caterpillar and grasshopper that strayed too close to their nest. 02/19/2015 Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent/SIPA These pictures show the moment a colony of ants attacked a caterpillar and grasshopper that strayed too close to their nest. The weaver ants grabbed hold of the wattle cup caterpillar and the grasshopper as they ventured into the ants' territory. Once captured, the ants began attacking the other insects and then took them back to their nest to be eaten. Weaver ants have powerful slicing jaws but can also spray a colourless acid into the wounds of their victims. The tiny battle was captured by Rooswandy Juniawan in the outskirts of the city of Palangkaraya, in the Central Kalimantan Province of Indonesia. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: An ants holding onto a caterpillar. Please byline: Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent News ' Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_192204/Credit:Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent/SIPA/1502191908
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    Indonesia colony of ants attacked a caterpillar and grasshopper that strayed too close to their nest.
    02/19/2015
    Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent/SIPA
    These pictures show the moment a colony of ants attacked a caterpillar and grasshopper that strayed too close to their nest. The weaver ants grabbed hold of the wattle cup caterpillar and the grasshopper as they ventured into the ants' territory. Once captured, the ants began attacking the other insects and then took them back to their nest to be eaten. Weaver ants have powerful slicing jaws but can also spray a colourless acid into the wounds of their victims. The tiny battle was captured by Rooswandy Juniawan in the outskirts of the city of Palangkaraya, in the Central Kalimantan Province of Indonesia. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: An ants holding onto a caterpillar. Please byline: Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent News ' Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_192204/Credit:Rooswandy Juniawan/Solent/SIPA/1502191908

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  • Iceland Ice cave
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    Iceland Ice cave 02/19/2015 Einar Runar Sigurdsson/So/SIPA Ice cave by Einar Runar Sigurdsson Despite its stunning icy interior, temperatures in this ethereal cave are actually higher than outside. Photographer Einar Runar Sigurdsson was warmed by the sun's rays, which crept into the cave on one of Europe's biggest glaciers, while he even lit a fire inside. Meanwhile, with temperatures above freezing he was able to take pictures of a cascading waterfall. Icicles in the caves ranged in size, with Mr Sigurdsson snapping one icicle measuring 1.5 metres (4ft 9ins) long. ' Einar Runar Sigurdsson/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_185408/Credit:Einar Runar Sigurdsson/So/SIPA/1502191908
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    Iceland Ice cave
    02/19/2015
    Einar Runar Sigurdsson/So/SIPA
    Ice cave by Einar Runar Sigurdsson Despite its stunning icy interior, temperatures in this ethereal cave are actually higher than outside. Photographer Einar Runar Sigurdsson was warmed by the sun's rays, which crept into the cave on one of Europe's biggest glaciers, while he even lit a fire inside. Meanwhile, with temperatures above freezing he was able to take pictures of a cascading waterfall. Icicles in the caves ranged in size, with Mr Sigurdsson snapping one icicle measuring 1.5 metres (4ft 9ins) long. ' Einar Runar Sigurdsson/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_185408/Credit:Einar Runar Sigurdsson/So/SIPA/1502191908

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  • Revolutionary magnetic strip which covers a light switch could bring an end to homeowners misplacing items such as their keys.
    00705494
    Revolutionary magnetic strip which covers a light switch could bring an end to homeowners misplacing items such as their keys. 02/19/2015 Solent News/SIPA A revolutionary magnetic strip which covers a light switch could bring an end to homeowners misplacing items such as their keys. The unique product was created to utilise space in the home and to make sure we do not lose key items. It can even hold claw hammers, which weigh up to 900 grams, along with bottle openers, pens and other DIY tools. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The new device in action. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1854408/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502191908
    00705494
    Revolutionary magnetic strip which covers a light switch could bring an end to homeowners misplacing items such as their keys.
    02/19/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    A revolutionary magnetic strip which covers a light switch could bring an end to homeowners misplacing items such as their keys. The unique product was created to utilise space in the home and to make sure we do not lose key items. It can even hold claw hammers, which weigh up to 900 grams, along with bottle openers, pens and other DIY tools. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The new device in action. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1854408/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1502191908

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  • Hampshire cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle.
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    Hampshire cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle. 02/19/2015 John Weiler/Solent News/SIPA What moo looking at? Picture taken today in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. Today this cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle. After getting her head stuck in the main frame of the blue bike, the cow stands on a pavement and looks puzzled but remains calm. ' John Weiler/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_162304/Credit:John Weiler/Solent News/SIPA/1502191630
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    Hampshire cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle.
    02/19/2015
    John Weiler/Solent News/SIPA
    What moo looking at? Picture taken today in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. Today this cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle. After getting her head stuck in the main frame of the blue bike, the cow stands on a pavement and looks puzzled but remains calm. ' John Weiler/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_162304/Credit:John Weiler/Solent News/SIPA/1502191630

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  • What moo looking at?
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    What moo looking at? 02/19/2015 JOHN WEILER/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA What moo looking at?Picture taken today in Brokenhurst, Hampshire.Today this cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle.After getting her head stuck in the main frame of the blue bike, the cow stands on a pavement and looks puzzled but remains calm/SOLENTNEWS_144403/Credit:JOHN WEILER/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502191447
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    What moo looking at?
    02/19/2015
    JOHN WEILER/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    What moo looking at?Picture taken today in Brokenhurst, Hampshire.Today this cow manages to get her head stuck in one of the most unusual places - a bicycle.After getting her head stuck in the main frame of the blue bike, the cow stands on a pavement and looks puzzled but remains calm/SOLENTNEWS_144403/Credit:JOHN WEILER/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502191447

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  • Fluorescent sea creatures
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    Fluorescent sea creatures 02/19/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: A bluebottle over/under water photography on a stormy morning) - A photographer has braved multiple painful stings to capture these stunning snaps of Bluebottles. Matthew Smith, originally from Newark, Notts, focuses his shots specifically on siphonophore called Portuguese man o war.The creatures, which look like jellyfish, are renowned for their bright blue colour which attracted Matthew. But the tentacles deliver a painful sting - often wrapping themselves on his hands and neck despite a wetsuit. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123104/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502191239
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    Fluorescent sea creatures
    02/19/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: A bluebottle over/under water photography on a stormy morning) - A photographer has braved multiple painful stings to capture these stunning snaps of Bluebottles. Matthew Smith, originally from Newark, Notts, focuses his shots specifically on siphonophore called Portuguese man o war.The creatures, which look like jellyfish, are renowned for their bright blue colour which attracted Matthew. But the tentacles deliver a painful sting - often wrapping themselves on his hands and neck despite a wetsuit. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123104/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502191239

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  • Russia A squirrel poses proudly with a perfectly-formed snowball while another makes sure to capture the moment.
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    Russia A squirrel poses proudly with a perfectly-formed snowball while another makes sure to capture the moment. 02/18/2015 Vadim Trunov/Solent News/SIPA A squirrel poses proudly with a perfectly-formed snowball while another makes sure to capture the moment...by taking a photo. The pair of red squirrels were happy to play model and photographer - before the one behind the camera got fed up and wanted a turn at posing. The playful exchange is picture perfect, with the snow falling lightly as the squirrels play around with their new toys. Photographer Vadim Trunov, 30, captured the courting pair in the woods in Voronezh, Russia, where he lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Photoshoot! One of the squirrels looks to be taking a photo of the other holding a snowball. Please byline: Vadim Trunov/Solent News ' Vadim Trunov/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_183704/Credit:Vadim Trunov/Solent News/SIPA/1502181841
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    Russia A squirrel poses proudly with a perfectly-formed snowball while another makes sure to capture the moment.
    02/18/2015
    Vadim Trunov/Solent News/SIPA
    A squirrel poses proudly with a perfectly-formed snowball while another makes sure to capture the moment...by taking a photo. The pair of red squirrels were happy to play model and photographer - before the one behind the camera got fed up and wanted a turn at posing. The playful exchange is picture perfect, with the snow falling lightly as the squirrels play around with their new toys. Photographer Vadim Trunov, 30, captured the courting pair in the woods in Voronezh, Russia, where he lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Photoshoot! One of the squirrels looks to be taking a photo of the other holding a snowball. Please byline: Vadim Trunov/Solent News ' Vadim Trunov/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_183704/Credit:Vadim Trunov/Solent News/SIPA/1502181841

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  • Penguin Chick Huddle
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    Penguin Chick Huddle 02/18/2015 Fred Olivier/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Emperor penguin chicks huddle for warmth) - Emperor penguins gathered together to keep their chicks warm in these incredible pictures. Marine scientist Frederique Oliver snapped the protective parents in Antarctica as they huddled against the huge winds.The adorable birds have to battle temperatures on -20 degrees Celsius as well as winds of up to 40 knots on the ice. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_17106/Credit:Fred Olivier/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1502181716
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    Penguin Chick Huddle
    02/18/2015
    Fred Olivier/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Emperor penguin chicks huddle for warmth) - Emperor penguins gathered together to keep their chicks warm in these incredible pictures. Marine scientist Frederique Oliver snapped the protective parents in Antarctica as they huddled against the huge winds.The adorable birds have to battle temperatures on -20 degrees Celsius as well as winds of up to 40 knots on the ice. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_17106/Credit:Fred Olivier/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1502181716

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  • Real starry night
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    Real starry night 02/18/2015 VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: 4 rig camera equipment) - A photographer has used a dazzling technique to snap a series of star-trails mimicking Van Goghs masterpiece Starry Night. Vincent Bradys shots feature spirals of stars and bold colours which bear a striking resemblance to the Dutch painters work. To photograph his Planetary Panoramas series creative Vincent uses a custom rig of four cameras with fisheye lenses attached. He has travelled to states across the U.S. such as Utah, Wyoming, Montana and Arizona with the clever contraption. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_164211/Credit:VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NE/SIPA/1502181702
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    Real starry night
    02/18/2015
    VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: 4 rig camera equipment) - A photographer has used a dazzling technique to snap a series of star-trails mimicking Van Goghs masterpiece Starry Night. Vincent Bradys shots feature spirals of stars and bold colours which bear a striking resemblance to the Dutch painters work. To photograph his Planetary Panoramas series creative Vincent uses a custom rig of four cameras with fisheye lenses attached. He has travelled to states across the U.S. such as Utah, Wyoming, Montana and Arizona with the clever contraption. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_164211/Credit:VINCENT BRADY / CATERS NE/SIPA/1502181702

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  • Kenya Lion Helps Cubs Across River
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    Kenya Lion Helps Cubs Across River 02/18/2015 Laurent Renaud/CATER NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - **PIC TAKEN IN THE MASI MARA **(PICTURED:The first cub has no problem in joining its mother ) - These are the heart-warming pictures of Jicho the lioness helping her two cubs across a river and escape a life-threatening buffalo stampede. For those who remember Mustafas death in The Lion King, these two cubs escaped the same fate, eventually managing to climb the embankment and escape the stampede. After seeing the herd, Jicho the lioness leapt across the stream onto the safety of an island but neither of her cubs had enough strength to climb up out of the water. Her two cubs struggled across the muddy water and barely had the strength to reach the other side of the stream. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160801/Credit:Laurent Renaud/CATER NEWS/SIPA/1502181614
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    Kenya Lion Helps Cubs Across River
    02/18/2015
    Laurent Renaud/CATER NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - **PIC TAKEN IN THE MASI MARA **(PICTURED:The first cub has no problem in joining its mother ) - These are the heart-warming pictures of Jicho the lioness helping her two cubs across a river and escape a life-threatening buffalo stampede. For those who remember Mustafas death in The Lion King, these two cubs escaped the same fate, eventually managing to climb the embankment and escape the stampede. After seeing the herd, Jicho the lioness leapt across the stream onto the safety of an island but neither of her cubs had enough strength to climb up out of the water. Her two cubs struggled across the muddy water and barely had the strength to reach the other side of the stream. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160801/Credit:Laurent Renaud/CATER NEWS/SIPA/1502181614

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  • A Long View of the Arctic
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    A Long View of the Arctic 02/17/2015 SIPANY/SIPA In the Arctic summer, there are days when the Sun never sets. This period of extended sunlight offers the chance to observe long expanses of Earth's northern latitudes from space. On June 21, 2014 - the summer solstice - the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired 52 individual scenes that were subsequently stitched together into one long swath. This close-up view from the swath, has been selected for its striking beauty. The image shows Webber Glacier, in the Oobloyah Valley on Canada's Ellesmere Island. Retreating glaciers - including the Nukapingwa, Arklio, Perkeo, and Midget - flow into the valley from the Krieger Mountains and provide melt water during the summer. NASA Earth Observatory images by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Special thanks to Theresa Arvidson and Eugene Fosnight (USGS) for scheduling the Arctic solstice data acquisitions. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_14841324/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1502172109
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    A Long View of the Arctic
    02/17/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    In the Arctic summer, there are days when the Sun never sets. This period of extended sunlight offers the chance to observe long expanses of Earth's northern latitudes from space. On June 21, 2014 - the summer solstice - the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired 52 individual scenes that were subsequently stitched together into one long swath. This close-up view from the swath, has been selected for its striking beauty. The image shows Webber Glacier, in the Oobloyah Valley on Canada's Ellesmere Island. Retreating glaciers - including the Nukapingwa, Arklio, Perkeo, and Midget - flow into the valley from the Krieger Mountains and provide melt water during the summer. NASA Earth Observatory images by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Special thanks to Theresa Arvidson and Eugene Fosnight (USGS) for scheduling the Arctic solstice data acquisitions. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_14841324/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1502172109

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  • Cuddle Clones
    00705201
    Cuddle Clones 02/17/2015 CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC FROM CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Litter of Cuddle Clones) -These are the stunningly realistic works of soft toys made to look like exact replicas of your pets. Cuddle Clones, a company based in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, offers hyper-realistic recreations of the likes of dogs, cats, pigs and even horses. By sending the company up to 10 pictures of their pets, animal lovers will then receive a stuffed clone measuring between 12 and 17 inches. Larger clones come with a 99 (129) price tag while smaller replicas cost 29 (84). SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172017/Credit:CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502171726
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    Cuddle Clones
    02/17/2015
    CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC FROM CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Litter of Cuddle Clones) -These are the stunningly realistic works of soft toys made to look like exact replicas of your pets. Cuddle Clones, a company based in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, offers hyper-realistic recreations of the likes of dogs, cats, pigs and even horses. By sending the company up to 10 pictures of their pets, animal lovers will then receive a stuffed clone measuring between 12 and 17 inches. Larger clones come with a 99 (129) price tag while smaller replicas cost 29 (84). SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172017/Credit:CUDDLE CLONES/ CATERS NEW/SIPA/1502171726

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  • APTOPIX Britain Aurora Borealis
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    APTOPIX Britain Aurora Borealis 02/17/2015 Owen Humphreys/AP/SIPA The aurora borealis, or the northern lights as they are commonly known are photographed, over Dunstanburgh Castle, in Northumberland, England, Tuesday Feb. 17, 2015. (AP Photo/PA, Owen Humphreys) UNITED KINGDOM OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE, /LON8*/138731431549/UNITED KINGDOM OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE, PHOTOGRAPH CAN NOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1502171452
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    APTOPIX Britain Aurora Borealis
    02/17/2015
    Owen Humphreys/AP/SIPA
    The aurora borealis, or the northern lights as they are commonly known are photographed, over Dunstanburgh Castle, in Northumberland, England, Tuesday Feb. 17, 2015. (AP Photo/PA, Owen Humphreys) UNITED KINGDOM OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE, /LON8*/138731431549/UNITED KINGDOM OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE, PHOTOGRAPH CAN NOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1502171452

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  • Ice Sculptures at Sunset
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    Ice Sculptures at Sunset 02/17/2015 ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Glistening ice sculptures.) These are the stunning photographs of naturally formed ice sculptures glistening like jewellery in the Canadian sunset. The photos were taken by Annie Degr-Blais, the Canadian photographer who spends her winters walking in rural Qubec in search of the mesmerising ice structures. The 42-year-old has used pieces of ice found near the Saint-Lawrence River at sunset, making the ice appear like precious jewels. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123204/Credit:ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS/CATERS/SIPA/1502171238
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    Ice Sculptures at Sunset
    02/17/2015
    ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Glistening ice sculptures.) These are the stunning photographs of naturally formed ice sculptures glistening like jewellery in the Canadian sunset. The photos were taken by Annie Degr-Blais, the Canadian photographer who spends her winters walking in rural Qubec in search of the mesmerising ice structures. The 42-year-old has used pieces of ice found near the Saint-Lawrence River at sunset, making the ice appear like precious jewels. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123204/Credit:ANNIE DEGR-BLAIS/CATERS/SIPA/1502171238

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  • LORDS PANCAKE RACE LONDON
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    LORDS PANCAKE RACE LONDON 02/17/2015 Cyril Villemain/SIPA/SIPA The annual Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race next to House of Lords, in central London the 17, February, in London. The Lords race in order to raise funds for people with brain injuries and mental health issues. London, ENGLAND. CYRIL VILLEMAIN/SIPA/VILLEMAINCYRIL_PAN-2/Credit:Cyril Villemain/SIPA/SIPA/1502171234
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    LORDS PANCAKE RACE LONDON
    02/17/2015
    Cyril Villemain/SIPA/SIPA
    The annual Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race next to House of Lords, in central London the 17, February, in London. The Lords race in order to raise funds for people with brain injuries and mental health issues. London, ENGLAND. CYRIL VILLEMAIN/SIPA/VILLEMAINCYRIL_PAN-2/Credit:Cyril Villemain/SIPA/SIPA/1502171234

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  • Edinburgh zoo dinosaurs.
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    Edinburgh zoo dinosaurs. 02/17/2015 JAMES GLOSSOP/THE TIMES/SIPA Euan Morrison, 6, looks up at Velma the velociraptor, who will feature at Edinburgh Zoo's six-month "Dinosaurs Return!" exhibition, which will offer visitors to the Zoo a chance to discover a lost world with the aim of raising awareness about the very real threat of extinction faced today by many endangered species. Featuring 14 incredible life size animatronic model creatures (11 adults, 2 babies and a nest), the giants will take up residence at the top of the hill. /THETIMES_091103/Credit:JAMES GLOSSOP/THE TIMES/SIPA/1502170915
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    Edinburgh zoo dinosaurs.
    02/17/2015
    JAMES GLOSSOP/THE TIMES/SIPA
    Euan Morrison, 6, looks up at Velma the velociraptor, who will feature at Edinburgh Zoo's six-month "Dinosaurs Return!" exhibition, which will offer visitors to the Zoo a chance to discover a lost world with the aim of raising awareness about the very real threat of extinction faced today by many endangered species. Featuring 14 incredible life size animatronic model creatures (11 adults, 2 babies and a nest), the giants will take up residence at the top of the hill. /THETIMES_091103/Credit:JAMES GLOSSOP/THE TIMES/SIPA/1502170915

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  • Mideast Palestinians Daily Life
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    Mideast Palestinians Daily Life 02/16/2015 Adel Hana/AP/SIPA Palestinians enjoy sunset over the water of the Mediterranean Sea at the fisherman's port in Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/ Adel Hana)/AH102/49417020506/1502161837
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    Mideast Palestinians Daily Life
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    Palestinians enjoy sunset over the water of the Mediterranean Sea at the fisherman's port in Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/ Adel Hana)/AH102/49417020506/1502161837

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  • APTOPIX Mideast Palestinians Daily Life
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    APTOPIX Mideast Palestinians Daily Life 02/16/2015 Adel Hana/AP/SIPA Palestinians take photos of each other as the sun sets over the water of the Mediterranean Sea at fisherman's port in Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)/AH101/275210912550/1502161837
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    APTOPIX Mideast Palestinians Daily Life
    02/16/2015
    Adel Hana/AP/SIPA
    Palestinians take photos of each other as the sun sets over the water of the Mediterranean Sea at fisherman's port in Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)/AH101/275210912550/1502161837

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  • insects pose for the camera as if they are the stars of the latest sci-fi movie.
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    insects pose for the camera as if they are the stars of the latest sci-fi movie. 02/14/2015 Yudy Sauw/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA These photogenic insects pose for the camera as if they are the stars of the latest sci-fi movie. The colourful insects - including a horsefly, soldierfly, wasp, jewel frog beetle, queen ant and tiger beetle - stay incredibly still despite the flash from the camera. Viewers looking at the photographs are able to see the intricate detail of each unique insect because of a process called 'macro photography'. The smallest insect is just 1mm long and photographer Yudy Sauw, 34, took the pictures in his hometown of Tangerang, Indonesia. Pictured: A brown wasp. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT028/Credit:Yudy Sauw/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141317
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    insects pose for the camera as if they are the stars of the latest sci-fi movie.
    02/14/2015
    Yudy Sauw/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    These photogenic insects pose for the camera as if they are the stars of the latest sci-fi movie. The colourful insects - including a horsefly, soldierfly, wasp, jewel frog beetle, queen ant and tiger beetle - stay incredibly still despite the flash from the camera. Viewers looking at the photographs are able to see the intricate detail of each unique insect because of a process called 'macro photography'. The smallest insect is just 1mm long and photographer Yudy Sauw, 34, took the pictures in his hometown of Tangerang, Indonesia. Pictured: A brown wasp. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT028/Credit:Yudy Sauw/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141317

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  • seal in the boat.
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    seal in the boat. 02/14/2015 Rob Cross/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A cheeky grey seal makes a change from fishing in the sea by hopping into an empty fishing boat. Taking the opportunity to stretch his muscles, the seal peers over the edge to see if there are any fish below. The boat is stocked with hooks, ropes and bouys - but he chooses to ignore them. And instead of diving in after anything, he chooses to shut his eyes for a moment and enjoys a quiet snooze, much to the amusement of onlookers in Fremington, North Devon. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT040/Credit:Rob Cross/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300
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    seal in the boat.
    02/14/2015
    Rob Cross/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A cheeky grey seal makes a change from fishing in the sea by hopping into an empty fishing boat. Taking the opportunity to stretch his muscles, the seal peers over the edge to see if there are any fish below. The boat is stocked with hooks, ropes and bouys - but he chooses to ignore them. And instead of diving in after anything, he chooses to shut his eyes for a moment and enjoys a quiet snooze, much to the amusement of onlookers in Fremington, North Devon. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT040/Credit:Rob Cross/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300

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  • Two dragonflies making love to each other.
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    Two dragonflies making love to each other. 02/14/2015 Agus Wahyudi/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Flying on the wings of love. With Valentine's Day just around the corner the signs of love were in the air for this pair of dragonflies. Agus Wahyudi, 24 from Central Kalimantan, Palangkaraya, Indonesia saw a number of dragonflies near his home. He started to take photos and notice this pair making a heart shape. "I saw a lot of dragonflies flying near my home and then I saw these two dragonflies making love to each other. They were making a heart shape with their bodies, it was such a beautiful moment" /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT015/Credit:Agus Wahyudi/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300
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    Two dragonflies making love to each other.
    02/14/2015
    Agus Wahyudi/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Flying on the wings of love. With Valentine's Day just around the corner the signs of love were in the air for this pair of dragonflies. Agus Wahyudi, 24 from Central Kalimantan, Palangkaraya, Indonesia saw a number of dragonflies near his home. He started to take photos and notice this pair making a heart shape. "I saw a lot of dragonflies flying near my home and then I saw these two dragonflies making love to each other. They were making a heart shape with their bodies, it was such a beautiful moment" /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT015/Credit:Agus Wahyudi/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300

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  • Piles of ice.
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    Piles of ice. 02/14/2015 Bas Meelker/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA These piles of ice look more like giant mounds of glass - with some of them as tall as seven metres (23ft). The piles of shelf ice are created as it starts to break and strong winds move the ice towards the shore resulting in these impressive winter walls. However these mounds of ice are not scenes from the Arctic but have in fact built up on the eastern shores of Lake IJsselmeer, an artificial lake in the Netherlands. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT019/Credit:Bas Meelker/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300
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    Piles of ice.
    02/14/2015
    Bas Meelker/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    These piles of ice look more like giant mounds of glass - with some of them as tall as seven metres (23ft). The piles of shelf ice are created as it starts to break and strong winds move the ice towards the shore resulting in these impressive winter walls. However these mounds of ice are not scenes from the Arctic but have in fact built up on the eastern shores of Lake IJsselmeer, an artificial lake in the Netherlands. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT019/Credit:Bas Meelker/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141300

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  • Yee-haw!  The frog and the beetle.
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    Yee-haw! The frog and the beetle. 02/14/2015 Hendy MP/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Yee-haw! A daring frog hops onto a beetle in an action akin to a cowboy riding a bull - and even puts its front leg in the air. The flying frog effortlessly climbs onto the woodboring beetle before the insect tries to fly. In one picture the green and orange frog even puts its right front leg in the air as if to keep its balance after the beetle started moving. The frog managed to stay on the beetle for around five minutes - despite the beetle 'taking off' - before eventually crawling off. Photographer Hendy Mp captured the unique moment near his house in Sambas, Indonesia. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT002/Credit:Hendy MP/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141255
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    Yee-haw! The frog and the beetle.
    02/14/2015
    Hendy MP/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Yee-haw! A daring frog hops onto a beetle in an action akin to a cowboy riding a bull - and even puts its front leg in the air. The flying frog effortlessly climbs onto the woodboring beetle before the insect tries to fly. In one picture the green and orange frog even puts its right front leg in the air as if to keep its balance after the beetle started moving. The frog managed to stay on the beetle for around five minutes - despite the beetle 'taking off' - before eventually crawling off. Photographer Hendy Mp captured the unique moment near his house in Sambas, Indonesia. /SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT002/Credit:Hendy MP/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1502141255

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  • Elephant Proposal
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    Elephant Proposal 02/13/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ian proposing to Katie with the help from the elephant ) - The incredible moment an ELEPHANT helped a romantic man propose to his shocked girlfriend has been captured on camera. Ian Cavallier, 26, decided he wanted to surprise his fiance Katie by popping the question in the presence of her favourite animal. But he had no idea hed be lucky enough to find an elephant who would take the ring in its trunk and present it to the lucky girl. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.07/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502131821
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    Elephant Proposal
    02/13/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ian proposing to Katie with the help from the elephant ) - The incredible moment an ELEPHANT helped a romantic man propose to his shocked girlfriend has been captured on camera. Ian Cavallier, 26, decided he wanted to surprise his fiance Katie by popping the question in the presence of her favourite animal. But he had no idea hed be lucky enough to find an elephant who would take the ring in its trunk and present it to the lucky girl. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.07/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1502131821

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  • Valentine's Day wildlife by Paul Goldstein - Feb 2015
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    Valentine's Day wildlife by Paul Goldstein - Feb 2015 02/13/2015 Paul Goldstein/Exodus/R/REX/SIPA MANDATORY: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/Exodus/REX (4419033aa) Lions, Masai Mara, Kenya Valentine's Day wildlife by Paul Goldstein - Feb 2015 Love is in the air... and even the animal kingdom appears to show affection. These pictures by wildlife photographer and Exodus guide Paul Goldstein show the birds and the... elephants sharing a closeness in Kenya's Masai Mara. Wimbledon-based Paul says he has spent years photographing animals from the poles to the plains: "It is wrong and wildly inaccurate to apply our emotions to animals even though sometimes understandable. Relationships are a key part of any animal hierarchy be it predators or birds. It fascinates me watching interaction and just sometimes there appears to be genuine affection." Paul's stunning new book ?Predator? is out now: www.edigroup-publishing.com /Rex_Valentines_Day_wildlife_by_Paul_Goldstein_Feb_4419033AA/MANDATORY: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex/1502131204
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    Valentine's Day wildlife by Paul Goldstein - Feb 2015
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    Paul Goldstein/Exodus/R/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/Exodus/REX (4419033aa) Lions, Masai Mara, Kenya Valentine's Day wildlife by Paul Goldstein - Feb 2015 Love is in the air... and even the animal kingdom appears to show affection. These pictures by wildlife photographer and Exodus guide Paul Goldstein show the birds and the... elephants sharing a closeness in Kenya's Masai Mara. Wimbledon-based Paul says he has spent years photographing animals from the poles to the plains: "It is wrong and wildly inaccurate to apply our emotions to animals even though sometimes understandable. Relationships are a key part of any animal hierarchy be it predators or birds. It fascinates me watching interaction and just sometimes there appears to be genuine affection." Paul's stunning new book ?Predator? is out now: www.edigroup-publishing.com /Rex_Valentines_Day_wildlife_by_Paul_Goldstein_Feb_4419033AA/MANDATORY: Paul Goldstein/Exodus/Rex/1502131204

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  • Rumble in the jungle
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    Rumble in the jungle 02/13/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC BY NICK KLEER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The fight before continues between the Hippo and the Crocodile before the Hippo let go and moved on) - This is the amazing moment a ROYAL RUMBLE in the jungle broke out between a croc, hippo AND wildebeest in South Africa. The hungry crocodile snapped at the unsuspecting wildebeest while it was taking a drink on the banks edge. A frenzy quickly erupted when a nearby hippo became aggravated - initiating a fierce three-way tussle. Watching on were a pack of peckish hyenas which meant the wildebeest couldnt escape the water for fear of another attack. Eventually the wildebeest ran out of energy with the crocodile overpowering it and turning it into dinner. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_091209/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502130928
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    Rumble in the jungle
    02/13/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC BY NICK KLEER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The fight before continues between the Hippo and the Crocodile before the Hippo let go and moved on) - This is the amazing moment a ROYAL RUMBLE in the jungle broke out between a croc, hippo AND wildebeest in South Africa. The hungry crocodile snapped at the unsuspecting wildebeest while it was taking a drink on the banks edge. A frenzy quickly erupted when a nearby hippo became aggravated - initiating a fierce three-way tussle. Watching on were a pack of peckish hyenas which meant the wildebeest couldnt escape the water for fear of another attack. Eventually the wildebeest ran out of energy with the crocodile overpowering it and turning it into dinner. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_091209/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1502130928

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  • Finland : Aurora views in Lapland
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    Finland : Aurora views in Lapland 02/12/2015 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA Photo taken on Feb. 12, 2015 shows the the Aurora views. Lapland, northern Finland. Credit : Li Jizhi/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/CHINENOUVELLE_1202.001/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1502161414
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    Finland : Aurora views in Lapland
    02/12/2015
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    Photo taken on Feb. 12, 2015 shows the the Aurora views. Lapland, northern Finland. Credit : Li Jizhi/CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/CHINENOUVELLE_1202.001/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1502161414

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  • Hubble Sees A Smiling Lens
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    Hubble Sees A Smiling Lens 02/12/2015 NASA Goddard Space Flight/SIPA In the centre of this image, taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is the galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849 — and it seems to be smiling. You can make out its two orange eyes and white button nose. In the case of this “happy face”, the two eyes are very bright galaxies and the misleading smile lines are actually arcs caused by an effect known as strong gravitational lensing. Galaxy clusters are the most massive structures in the Universe and exert such a powerful gravitational pull that they warp the spacetime around them and act as cosmic lenses which can magnify, distort and bend the light behind them. This phenomenon, crucial to many of Hubble’s discoveries, can be explained by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. In this special case of gravitational lensing, a ring  — known as an Einstein Ring  — is produced from this bending of light, a consequence of the exact and symmetrical alignment of the source, lens and observer and resulting in the ring-like structure we see here. Hubble has provided astronomers with the tools to probe these massive galaxies and model their lensing effects, allowing us to peer further into the early Universe than ever before. This object was studied by Hubble’s Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) and Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) as part of a survey of strong lenses. A version of this image was entered into the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures image processing competition by contestant Judy Schmidt./NASA_1358.02/Credit:NASA Goddard Space Flight/SIPA/1502121407
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    Hubble Sees A Smiling Lens
    02/12/2015
    NASA Goddard Space Flight/SIPA
    In the centre of this image, taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is the galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849 — and it seems to be smiling. You can make out its two orange eyes and white button nose. In the case of this “happy face”, the two eyes are very bright galaxies and the misleading smile lines are actually arcs caused by an effect known as strong gravitational lensing. Galaxy clusters are the most massive structures in the Universe and exert such a powerful gravitational pull that they warp the spacetime around them and act as cosmic lenses which can magnify, distort and bend the light behind them. This phenomenon, crucial to many of Hubble’s discoveries, can be explained by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. In this special case of gravitational lensing, a ring  — known as an Einstein Ring  — is produced from this bending of light, a consequence of the exact and symmetrical alignment of the source, lens and observer and resulting in the ring-like structure we see here. Hubble has provided astronomers with the tools to probe these massive galaxies and model their lensing effects, allowing us to peer further into the early Universe than ever before. This object was studied by Hubble’s Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) and Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) as part of a survey of strong lenses. A version of this image was entered into the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures image processing competition by contestant Judy Schmidt./NASA_1358.02/Credit:NASA Goddard Space Flight/SIPA/1502121407

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  • Surfing in Saltburn, Cleveland, Britain - 10 Feb 2015
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    Surfing in Saltburn, Cleveland, Britain - 10 Feb 2015 02/12/2015 Ian Forsyth/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Forsyth/LNP/REX (4424373d) A stand-up paddle boarder rides a wave as he enjoys a dawn surf at the beach in Saltburn in Cleveland Surfing in Saltburn, Cleveland, Britain - 10 Feb 2015 /Rex_Surfing_in_Saltburn_Cleveland_4424373D//1502121302
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    Surfing in Saltburn, Cleveland, Britain - 10 Feb 2015
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    Ian Forsyth/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Forsyth/LNP/REX (4424373d) A stand-up paddle boarder rides a wave as he enjoys a dawn surf at the beach in Saltburn in Cleveland Surfing in Saltburn, Cleveland, Britain - 10 Feb 2015 /Rex_Surfing_in_Saltburn_Cleveland_4424373D//1502121302

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  • Atchoum the cat has soul-piercing stare, Feb 2015
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    Atchoum the cat has soul-piercing stare, Feb 2015 02/12/2015 Nathalie Cote/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Nathalie Cote/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Atchoum the cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nathalie Cote/REX (4422389l) Atchoum is known for his long fur and his intense golden eyes. His soul-piercing stare has caught the attention of thousands and he has become an internet craze. Atchoum the cat has soul-piercing stare, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwy8 /Rex_Atchoum_the_cat_has_soulpiercing_stare_Feb_201_4422389L/MANDATORY CREDIT: Nathalie Cote/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Atchoum the cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502121304
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    Atchoum the cat has soul-piercing stare, Feb 2015
    02/12/2015
    Nathalie Cote/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Nathalie Cote/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Atchoum the cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Nathalie Cote/REX (4422389l) Atchoum is known for his long fur and his intense golden eyes. His soul-piercing stare has caught the attention of thousands and he has become an internet craze. Atchoum the cat has soul-piercing stare, Feb 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pwy8 /Rex_Atchoum_the_cat_has_soulpiercing_stare_Feb_201_4422389L/MANDATORY CREDIT: Nathalie Cote/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Atchoum the cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1502121304

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