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  • Swiss Barefoot Company's FYF socks
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    Swiss Barefoot Company's FYF socks 08/28/2015 manicx.com/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: The Swiss Barefoot Company's FYF socks being worn outside. An ultra-durable waterproof sock made from material 15 times stronger than steel could replace the common trainer for athletes taking on virtually any sport. The revolutionary FYF sock by the Swiss Barefoot Company - named after 'FreeYourFeet' - fits like a glove and can be used on any surface. It uses a fabric called Dyneema, an extremely strong and durable fibre that floats on water and is resistant to moisture, UV light and chemicals. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: manicx.com/Solent News ' manicx.com/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1625510/Credit:manicx.com/Solent News/SIPA/1508281629
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    Swiss Barefoot Company's FYF socks
    08/28/2015
    manicx.com/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The Swiss Barefoot Company's FYF socks being worn outside. An ultra-durable waterproof sock made from material 15 times stronger than steel could replace the common trainer for athletes taking on virtually any sport. The revolutionary FYF sock by the Swiss Barefoot Company - named after 'FreeYourFeet' - fits like a glove and can be used on any surface. It uses a fabric called Dyneema, an extremely strong and durable fibre that floats on water and is resistant to moisture, UV light and chemicals. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: manicx.com/Solent News ' manicx.com/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1625510/Credit:manicx.com/Solent News/SIPA/1508281629

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  • Dunkerque Naked men tourists
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    Dunkerque Naked men tourists 08/28/2015 Sarah ALCALAY/SIPA Unusual.Naked men visit a historical monument. 28 august 2015. Credit: Sarah ALCALAY/Sipa/ALCALAYSARAH_143701/Credit:Sarah ALCALAY/SIPA/1508281451
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    Dunkerque Naked men tourists
    08/28/2015
    Sarah ALCALAY/SIPA
    Unusual.Naked men visit a historical monument. 28 august 2015. Credit: Sarah ALCALAY/Sipa/ALCALAYSARAH_143701/Credit:Sarah ALCALAY/SIPA/1508281451

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  • Futuristic white "orb" is helping bring sunshine to even the darkest corners of a home
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    Futuristic white "orb" is helping bring sunshine to even the darkest corners of a home 08/28/2015 Solent News/SIPA Pictured: Lucy, the white orb. A futuristic white "orb" is helping bring sunshine to even the darkest corners of a home - thanks to mirrors that track the sun and reflect it into a room. Lucy was the brainchild of Diva Tommei who was studying for her PhD in computational biology at Cambridge University where the English weather forced her to use artificial lighting when she was in her office. The unique robot follows the sun during the day and reflects the natural light to any point in the room that is chosen by the user. Lucy is solar-powered and uses heliostat technology - mirrors and sensors within a 30cm sphere - to track the sun and reflect its light throughout the day. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_144108/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1508281449
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    Futuristic white "orb" is helping bring sunshine to even the darkest corners of a home
    08/28/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Lucy, the white orb. A futuristic white "orb" is helping bring sunshine to even the darkest corners of a home - thanks to mirrors that track the sun and reflect it into a room. Lucy was the brainchild of Diva Tommei who was studying for her PhD in computational biology at Cambridge University where the English weather forced her to use artificial lighting when she was in her office. The unique robot follows the sun during the day and reflects the natural light to any point in the room that is chosen by the user. Lucy is solar-powered and uses heliostat technology - mirrors and sensors within a 30cm sphere - to track the sun and reflect its light throughout the day. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_144108/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1508281449

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  • Two ants holding onto the bee
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    Two ants holding onto the bee 08/28/2015 Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: The two ants holding onto the bee. You won't bee-lieve how strong these ants - a photographer has captured them hauling an insect five times larger than them back to their nest. Two busy ants fought off the strain by working together to raise the bee up on to a thin branch, before getting a helping hand from two other ants. Together, they were able to gather the bee before heading off back to their nest with it. Young student Frenki Jung, 17, managed to capture the moment the ants struggled to lift the bee until others came to help. He stumbled across them in his back garden in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Frenki Jung/Solent News ' Frenki Jung/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_144105/Credit:Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA/1508281449
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    Two ants holding onto the bee
    08/28/2015
    Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The two ants holding onto the bee. You won't bee-lieve how strong these ants - a photographer has captured them hauling an insect five times larger than them back to their nest. Two busy ants fought off the strain by working together to raise the bee up on to a thin branch, before getting a helping hand from two other ants. Together, they were able to gather the bee before heading off back to their nest with it. Young student Frenki Jung, 17, managed to capture the moment the ants struggled to lift the bee until others came to help. He stumbled across them in his back garden in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Frenki Jung/Solent News ' Frenki Jung/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_144105/Credit:Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA/1508281449

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  • Scorpion Queen Thailand
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    Scorpion Queen Thailand 08/28/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Scorpion Queen with live scorpions on her) - Its not a job for the feint-hearted, but a Thai woman known officially the Scorpion Queen - covering her body daily in the deadly critters. The woman wows tourists with her bizarre show of bravery at the Tiger Zoo in tourist hotspot Pattaya, Thailand. Each day she walks around the park interacting with tourists covered in the poisonous scorpions. Video footage filmed by one surprised visitor shows her placing the pincered animals all over her - and tourists - bodies without even flinching. The woman - whose name is not known - happily chats as they crawl all over her, with amazed tourists flocking to take selfies and pictures with her. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133804/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1508281348
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    Scorpion Queen Thailand
    08/28/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Scorpion Queen with live scorpions on her) - Its not a job for the feint-hearted, but a Thai woman known officially the Scorpion Queen - covering her body daily in the deadly critters. The woman wows tourists with her bizarre show of bravery at the Tiger Zoo in tourist hotspot Pattaya, Thailand. Each day she walks around the park interacting with tourists covered in the poisonous scorpions. Video footage filmed by one surprised visitor shows her placing the pincered animals all over her - and tourists - bodies without even flinching. The woman - whose name is not known - happily chats as they crawl all over her, with amazed tourists flocking to take selfies and pictures with her. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133804/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1508281348

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  • Comic Book Dad
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    Comic Book Dad 08/28/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: One of the comic book designs that Dan created for his daughter, Emily ) - A marvel-ous dad has transformed his disabled daughter into an incredible comic book superhero. Dan White, 43, from Portsmouth, brought the super-strong character to life to inspire his daughter Emily, 9, who suffers from spinal bifida. The doting father wanted to change the stigma surrounding people in wheelchairs after noticing there were no disabled role models for children on TV. Emily, who is paralysed from the waist down, never lets her disability hold her back having leanred crucial lessons from the inspirational comics. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_13444023/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1508281349
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    Comic Book Dad
    08/28/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: One of the comic book designs that Dan created for his daughter, Emily ) - A marvel-ous dad has transformed his disabled daughter into an incredible comic book superhero. Dan White, 43, from Portsmouth, brought the super-strong character to life to inspire his daughter Emily, 9, who suffers from spinal bifida. The doting father wanted to change the stigma surrounding people in wheelchairs after noticing there were no disabled role models for children on TV. Emily, who is paralysed from the waist down, never lets her disability hold her back having leanred crucial lessons from the inspirational comics. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_13444023/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1508281349

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  • The Hague Queen Maxima attend Talentcoach, founded by Mariska Komproe-Feij
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    The Hague Queen Maxima attend Talentcoach, founded by Mariska Komproe-Feij 08/28/2015 ' PPE/v.d. Werf/SIPA 28-08-2015 The Hague Queen Maxima attend Talentcoach, founded by Mariska Komproe-Feij, in The Hague. Talentcoach put highly skilled professional,s who want to develop their coaching and management skills, as a (talent) coach to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable fellow citizens living on or around the poveY ' PPE/v.d. Werf /PICTUREPRESSEUROPE_1666001/Credit:' PPE/v.d. Werf/SIPA/1508281319
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    The Hague Queen Maxima attend Talentcoach, founded by Mariska Komproe-Feij
    08/28/2015
    ' PPE/v.d. Werf/SIPA
    28-08-2015 The Hague Queen Maxima attend Talentcoach, founded by Mariska Komproe-Feij, in The Hague. Talentcoach put highly skilled professional,s who want to develop their coaching and management skills, as a (talent) coach to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable fellow citizens living on or around the poveY ' PPE/v.d. Werf /PICTUREPRESSEUROPE_1666001/Credit:' PPE/v.d. Werf/SIPA/1508281319

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  • Trips4real offering lunch with a real life gangster
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    Trips4real offering lunch with a real life gangster 08/27/2015 Scott Hornby/THE SUN/SIPA Trips4real offering lunch with a real life gangster. Antonella has a meal with armed robber Dani El Rojo in Barcelona restaurant Escriba Material must be credited "The Sun/News Syndication" unless otherwise agreed. 100% surcharge if not credited. Online rights need to be cleared separately. Strictly one time use only subject to agreement with News Syndication/THESUN_111809/Credit:Scott Hornby/THE SUN/SIPA/1508271125
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    Trips4real offering lunch with a real life gangster
    08/27/2015
    Scott Hornby/THE SUN/SIPA
    Trips4real offering lunch with a real life gangster. Antonella has a meal with armed robber Dani El Rojo in Barcelona restaurant Escriba Material must be credited "The Sun/News Syndication" unless otherwise agreed. 100% surcharge if not credited. Online rights need to be cleared separately. Strictly one time use only subject to agreement with News Syndication/THESUN_111809/Credit:Scott Hornby/THE SUN/SIPA/1508271125

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  • Warsaw A moose swims in the riwer in the middle of Poland's capital city
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    Warsaw A moose swims in the riwer in the middle of Poland's capital city 08/26/2015 Bartosz Krupa/ENPOL/SIPA A moose, probably from Kampinos Forest, pays an unexpacted visit to the centre of Warsaw on August 26, 2015 in Poland. The animal took a long swim in the Vistula river and was caught a couple of hours later by the city vet service when it decided to came out of the water on the riwer bank. /ENPOL_171801/Credit:Bartosz Krupa/ENPOL/SIPA/1508261724
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    Warsaw A moose swims in the riwer in the middle of Poland's capital city
    08/26/2015
    Bartosz Krupa/ENPOL/SIPA
    A moose, probably from Kampinos Forest, pays an unexpacted visit to the centre of Warsaw on August 26, 2015 in Poland. The animal took a long swim in the Vistula river and was caught a couple of hours later by the city vet service when it decided to came out of the water on the riwer bank. /ENPOL_171801/Credit:Bartosz Krupa/ENPOL/SIPA/1508261724

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  • Canada Kayakers blues
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    Canada Kayakers blues 08/26/2015 Ben Leshchinsky/Solent Ne/SIPA Pictured: The kayakers in the blue water with the rocky shoreline at the top of the photo. These amazing photographs of kayakers rowing on a cloudy blue lake looks like a scene from a miniature model village. The confusing scale is caused by the rocky shoreline resembling what appears to be small pebbles when in fact they are huge boulders. And the kayak itself is around 15ft long as two tourists take advantage of the tranquil scenery and quiet waters of Lake Louise in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ben Leshchinsky/Solent News ' Ben Leshchinsky/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1642204/Credit:Ben Leshchinsky/Solent Ne/SIPA/1508261649
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    Canada Kayakers blues
    08/26/2015
    Ben Leshchinsky/Solent Ne/SIPA
    Pictured: The kayakers in the blue water with the rocky shoreline at the top of the photo. These amazing photographs of kayakers rowing on a cloudy blue lake looks like a scene from a miniature model village. The confusing scale is caused by the rocky shoreline resembling what appears to be small pebbles when in fact they are huge boulders. And the kayak itself is around 15ft long as two tourists take advantage of the tranquil scenery and quiet waters of Lake Louise in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Ben Leshchinsky/Solent News ' Ben Leshchinsky/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1642204/Credit:Ben Leshchinsky/Solent Ne/SIPA/1508261649

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  • Roof-Topper Scales Building
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    Roof-Topper Scales Building 08/26/2015 PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CATERS NEWS/SIPA **NOTE TO DESKS: ONLINE EMBARGO UNTIL 8PM BST / 3PM EDT MONDAY AUGUST 24 2015**PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Oleg Cricket scales the building.) A daredevil rooftopper has filmed a stomach-churning video as he precariously dangles his friend 40 FLOORS above the ground. Pseudonymous OlegCricket can be seen holding his friends arm, swinging him back and forth with nothing to catch him if he falls. At one point in the breath-taking footage, Olegs friend, Ilya Bagaev, from Russia, can be seen running from side to side, using the buildings facade for traction. The footage was shot in Yekaterinburg, Russia, with Oleg claiming that he had complete faith that he would not drop his friend. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_163403/Credit:PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CA/SIPA/1508261645
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    Roof-Topper Scales Building
    08/26/2015
    PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    **NOTE TO DESKS: ONLINE EMBARGO UNTIL 8PM BST / 3PM EDT MONDAY AUGUST 24 2015**PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Oleg Cricket scales the building.) A daredevil rooftopper has filmed a stomach-churning video as he precariously dangles his friend 40 FLOORS above the ground. Pseudonymous OlegCricket can be seen holding his friends arm, swinging him back and forth with nothing to catch him if he falls. At one point in the breath-taking footage, Olegs friend, Ilya Bagaev, from Russia, can be seen running from side to side, using the buildings facade for traction. The footage was shot in Yekaterinburg, Russia, with Oleg claiming that he had complete faith that he would not drop his friend. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_163403/Credit:PIC FROM OLEGCRICKET / CA/SIPA/1508261645

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  • Norway Backflip on Trolltunga
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    Norway Backflip on Trolltunga 08/26/2015 TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Toby completing the backflip 700m up on Trolltunga ) - While standing close to the edge of a cliff is foolhardy, one man has taken it to a new level. Toby Segar, 21, from Godalming, Surrey has been snapped performing a BACKFLIP on the edge of Trolltunga, 700 metres from the ground. Translated as Trolls tongue, the cliff edge is a flat area of rock that sticks horizontally out of a mountain on the north side of lake Ringedalsvatnet. Not content with merely doing a backflip on the rock, Toby actually stood right on the edge of the precipice to perform the stunt. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1638001/Credit:TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1508261645
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    Norway Backflip on Trolltunga
    08/26/2015
    TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Toby completing the backflip 700m up on Trolltunga ) - While standing close to the edge of a cliff is foolhardy, one man has taken it to a new level. Toby Segar, 21, from Godalming, Surrey has been snapped performing a BACKFLIP on the edge of Trolltunga, 700 metres from the ground. Translated as Trolls tongue, the cliff edge is a flat area of rock that sticks horizontally out of a mountain on the north side of lake Ringedalsvatnet. Not content with merely doing a backflip on the rock, Toby actually stood right on the edge of the precipice to perform the stunt. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1638001/Credit:TOBY SEGAR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1508261645

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  • Subway Yoga In New York
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    Subway Yoga In New York 08/26/2015 PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / /SIPA PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Flexible Claire Fountain strikes a pose.) A super-bendy woman has transformed New Yorks subway system into her very own YOGA studio. Flexible Claire Fountains incredible poses are more downtown dog than downward dog - pulling off stunning stretches deep underground. While most people barely find space to stand on the platforms, the trim and toned instructor, 29, waits until they have gone quiet before practicing her poses. Not content with using just the subway station the New Yorker has even taken her flexibility on to the steps outside and even on the trains themselves. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_16336607/Credit:PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / /SIPA/1508261645
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    Subway Yoga In New York
    08/26/2015
    PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / /SIPA
    PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Flexible Claire Fountain strikes a pose.) A super-bendy woman has transformed New Yorks subway system into her very own YOGA studio. Flexible Claire Fountains incredible poses are more downtown dog than downward dog - pulling off stunning stretches deep underground. While most people barely find space to stand on the platforms, the trim and toned instructor, 29, waits until they have gone quiet before practicing her poses. Not content with using just the subway station the New Yorker has even taken her flexibility on to the steps outside and even on the trains themselves. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_16336607/Credit:PIC BY UNDERGROUND NYC / /SIPA/1508261645

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  • Kenya Croc strikes catching one of the wildebeest
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    Kenya Croc strikes catching one of the wildebeest 08/26/2015 Clement Mwangi/Solent New/SIPA Pictured: 12/15: As the wildebeest make their way along the river bank the croc strikes, catching one of the wildebeest and pulls it into the water. This is the dramatic moment a huge crocodile suddenly emerged from a river to grab a young wildebeest as it attempted to cross. The herd of hundreds of wildebeests were trying to make the crossing as part of the Great Wildebeest Migration, which takes place from July to September and sees millions of the animals travel to find new grazing grounds. But this journey is beset with dangers, including attacks by ferocious crocodiles that can grow to around 16ft long, as they try and cross the rivers on their journey. Photographer Clement Kiragu Mwangi, of Nairobi, in Kenya, captured the moment the male crocodile approach the group of wildebeests as they struggled to make their way up the side of the river bank before launching its attack. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Clement Mwangi/Solent News ' Clement Mwangi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_163008/Credit:Clement Mwangi/Solent New/SIPA/1508261640
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    Kenya Croc strikes catching one of the wildebeest
    08/26/2015
    Clement Mwangi/Solent New/SIPA
    Pictured: 12/15: As the wildebeest make their way along the river bank the croc strikes, catching one of the wildebeest and pulls it into the water. This is the dramatic moment a huge crocodile suddenly emerged from a river to grab a young wildebeest as it attempted to cross. The herd of hundreds of wildebeests were trying to make the crossing as part of the Great Wildebeest Migration, which takes place from July to September and sees millions of the animals travel to find new grazing grounds. But this journey is beset with dangers, including attacks by ferocious crocodiles that can grow to around 16ft long, as they try and cross the rivers on their journey. Photographer Clement Kiragu Mwangi, of Nairobi, in Kenya, captured the moment the male crocodile approach the group of wildebeests as they struggled to make their way up the side of the river bank before launching its attack. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Clement Mwangi/Solent News ' Clement Mwangi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_163008/Credit:Clement Mwangi/Solent New/SIPA/1508261640

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  • Paparrazi Proof Homes
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    Paparrazi Proof Homes 08/26/2015 GENTON PROPERTY GROUP/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM GENTON PROPERTY GROUP / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The designs for the new private homes.) These are the recently-unveil plans for a home that has been deemed by its designer to be completely PAPARAZZI PROOF. The abode - which comes with price tag of 0 million (31.7m) - has a number of features that allow residents to enter the building unseen. Located on the top floor of a to-be-built Four Season Private Residence in Los Angeles, California, USA, residents can gain access to the 12th floor penthouse through a keyless private elevator. This elevator, which is controlled using a mobile phone, comes directly up from the buildings garage - allowing users to drive in unseen, before heading up to their home. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161802/Credit:GENTON PROPERTY GROUP/CAT/SIPA/1508261636
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    Paparrazi Proof Homes
    08/26/2015
    GENTON PROPERTY GROUP/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM GENTON PROPERTY GROUP / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The designs for the new private homes.) These are the recently-unveil plans for a home that has been deemed by its designer to be completely PAPARAZZI PROOF. The abode - which comes with price tag of 0 million (31.7m) - has a number of features that allow residents to enter the building unseen. Located on the top floor of a to-be-built Four Season Private Residence in Los Angeles, California, USA, residents can gain access to the 12th floor penthouse through a keyless private elevator. This elevator, which is controlled using a mobile phone, comes directly up from the buildings garage - allowing users to drive in unseen, before heading up to their home. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161802/Credit:GENTON PROPERTY GROUP/CAT/SIPA/1508261636

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  • Ebony the Giant 6ft7 Transgender beauty queen
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    Ebony the Giant 6ft7 Transgender beauty queen 08/26/2015 Simon Jacobs/Caters/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Transgender beauty queen Ebony Lewis is so tall that she has trouble finding a boyfriend) - A 6ft 7in transsexual has said shes struggling to find love because men cant deal with the fact shes taller than them. Stunning Ebony, 30 - born Mark - had a full sex swap last year - and hoped shed finally be able to live the life she always dreamed of. Shes got the curvaceous figure and enviably long legs - but Ebony, from Chatham, Kent, says she cant bag a boyfriend - because men are put off by her HEIGHT. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1615018/Credit:Simon Jacobs/Caters/SIPA/1508261635
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    Ebony the Giant 6ft7 Transgender beauty queen
    08/26/2015
    Simon Jacobs/Caters/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Transgender beauty queen Ebony Lewis is so tall that she has trouble finding a boyfriend) - A 6ft 7in transsexual has said shes struggling to find love because men cant deal with the fact shes taller than them. Stunning Ebony, 30 - born Mark - had a full sex swap last year - and hoped shed finally be able to live the life she always dreamed of. Shes got the curvaceous figure and enviably long legs - but Ebony, from Chatham, Kent, says she cant bag a boyfriend - because men are put off by her HEIGHT. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1615018/Credit:Simon Jacobs/Caters/SIPA/1508261635

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  • Tiny Portable Home
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    Tiny Portable Home 08/26/2015 MONARCH TINY HOMES/CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM MONARCH TINY HOMES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Monarch Tiny Homes Half/Half model, cost 2,000.) This tiny abode really is a home away from home - because it can be taken nearly anywhere. The 170-square-foot Half/Half home was created by Monarch Tiny Homes, a San Diego, USA, start-up company. Costing 2,000 (14k) the Half/Half got its name because the company build the first half of the home before the buyer adds the finishing touches. The bijou property includes everything found in a full-sized home including windows, doors, water, sewer, power and a gas line. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1622202/Credit:MONARCH TINY HOMES/CATERS/SIPA/1508261636
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    Tiny Portable Home
    08/26/2015
    MONARCH TINY HOMES/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM MONARCH TINY HOMES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Monarch Tiny Homes Half/Half model, cost 2,000.) This tiny abode really is a home away from home - because it can be taken nearly anywhere. The 170-square-foot Half/Half home was created by Monarch Tiny Homes, a San Diego, USA, start-up company. Costing 2,000 (14k) the Half/Half got its name because the company build the first half of the home before the buyer adds the finishing touches. The bijou property includes everything found in a full-sized home including windows, doors, water, sewer, power and a gas line. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1622202/Credit:MONARCH TINY HOMES/CATERS/SIPA/1508261636

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  • Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
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    Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shutterstock (5002246g) Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 Covent Garden market hall is filled with 100,000 white balloons as part of an installation by French visual artist Charles Petillon on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. The work called 'Heartbeat' weaves its way through the South Hall of the Grade II listed market building and measures 54 metres long by 12 metres wide with 100,000 white balloons. /Rex_Balloon_Art_Installation_by_Charles_Petill_5002246G//1508261613
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    Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
    08/26/2015
    Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shu/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shutterstock (5002246g) Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 Covent Garden market hall is filled with 100,000 white balloons as part of an installation by French visual artist Charles Petillon on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. The work called 'Heartbeat' weaves its way through the South Hall of the Grade II listed market building and measures 54 metres long by 12 metres wide with 100,000 white balloons. /Rex_Balloon_Art_Installation_by_Charles_Petill_5002246G//1508261613

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  • Drone pilot discovers man sunbathing on top of 200ft tall wind turbine, Rhode Island, America - Aug 2015
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    Drone pilot discovers man sunbathing on top of 200ft tall wind turbine, Rhode Island, America - Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Deadline News/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (5002234e) The man sitting on top of the wind turbine Drone pilot discovers man sunbathing on top of 200ft tall wind turbine, Rhode Island, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qw35 An astonished drone pilot filmed a giant wind turbine - and discovered a man sunbathing 200ft above the ground. Remarkable video shows the moment the drone reached the top of the turbine and found the mystery man flat on his back soaking up rays. The sun-worshipper, alerted by the blades of the aircraft, is seen sitting up and then waving and shrugging as the drone moves in for a closer look. The pictures were taken by Kevin Miller, from San Diego, California, while he was on holiday in Rhode Island on the other side of the country earlier this month. An open hatch is visible at the top of the turbine and it is assumed the man, possibly an engineer, climbed the rung ladder inside the support column. Kevin, 49, who was watching the live images on a monitor screen, 'waved' back to the man by moving the drone from side-to-side. /Rex_Drone_pilot_discovers_man_sunbathing_on_to_5002234E//1508261613
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    Drone pilot discovers man sunbathing on top of 200ft tall wind turbine, Rhode Island, America - Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (5002234e) The man sitting on top of the wind turbine Drone pilot discovers man sunbathing on top of 200ft tall wind turbine, Rhode Island, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qw35 An astonished drone pilot filmed a giant wind turbine - and discovered a man sunbathing 200ft above the ground. Remarkable video shows the moment the drone reached the top of the turbine and found the mystery man flat on his back soaking up rays. The sun-worshipper, alerted by the blades of the aircraft, is seen sitting up and then waving and shrugging as the drone moves in for a closer look. The pictures were taken by Kevin Miller, from San Diego, California, while he was on holiday in Rhode Island on the other side of the country earlier this month. An open hatch is visible at the top of the turbine and it is assumed the man, possibly an engineer, climbed the rung ladder inside the support column. Kevin, 49, who was watching the live images on a monitor screen, 'waved' back to the man by moving the drone from side-to-side. /Rex_Drone_pilot_discovers_man_sunbathing_on_to_5002234E//1508261613

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  • Aurora's colourful veil over Earth from the International Space Station - 15 Aug 2015
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    Aurora's colourful veil over Earth from the International Space Station - 15 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 NASA/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex' Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/REX Shutterstock (4998212a) NASA astronaut Scott Kelly shared this photograph on social media, taken from the International Space Station Aurora's colourful veil over Earth from the International Space Station - 15 Aug 2015 /Rex_NASA_4998212A/Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex'/1508261415
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    Aurora's colourful veil over Earth from the International Space Station - 15 Aug 2015
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    Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex' Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/REX Shutterstock (4998212a) NASA astronaut Scott Kelly shared this photograph on social media, taken from the International Space Station Aurora's colourful veil over Earth from the International Space Station - 15 Aug 2015 /Rex_NASA_4998212A/Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex'/1508261415

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  • Testing hardware for growing plants and vegetables in space, International Space Station - 20 Jul 2015
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    Testing hardware for growing plants and vegetables in space, International Space Station - 20 Jul 2015 08/26/2015 NASA/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex' Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/REX Shutterstock (4998217a) Astronauts on the International Space Station continue testing the VEGGIE hardware for growing vegetables and plants in space. VEGGIE provides lighting and nutrient supply for plants in the form of a low-cost growth chamber and planting "pillows" -- helping provide nutrients for the root system. Testing hardware for growing plants and vegetables in space, International Space Station - 20 Jul 2015 /Rex_NASA_4998217A/Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex'/1508261413
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    Testing hardware for growing plants and vegetables in space, International Space Station - 20 Jul 2015
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    Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex' Mandatory Credit: Photo by NASA/REX Shutterstock (4998217a) Astronauts on the International Space Station continue testing the VEGGIE hardware for growing vegetables and plants in space. VEGGIE provides lighting and nutrient supply for plants in the form of a low-cost growth chamber and planting "pillows" -- helping provide nutrients for the root system. Testing hardware for growing plants and vegetables in space, International Space Station - 20 Jul 2015 /Rex_NASA_4998217A/Editorial Use Only : Mandatory credit 'NASA/Rex'/1508261413

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  • Italy Street art Pop Stairs project murals made on stairs Rome
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    Italy Street art Pop Stairs project murals made on stairs Rome 08/26/2015 Mimmo Frassineti/AGF/SIPA Michele Mercier pictured in the murale of the street artist Diavu (David Vecchiato) on the stairs of Largo Ronciglione in the district of Vignaclara, within the project Pop Stairs Rome, ITALY-25-08-2015/AGFEDITORIAL_135404/Credit:Mimmo Frassineti/AGF/SIPA/1508261400
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    Italy Street art Pop Stairs project murals made on stairs Rome
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    Michele Mercier pictured in the murale of the street artist Diavu (David Vecchiato) on the stairs of Largo Ronciglione in the district of Vignaclara, within the project Pop Stairs Rome, ITALY-25-08-2015/AGFEDITORIAL_135404/Credit:Mimmo Frassineti/AGF/SIPA/1508261400

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  • Weigh-in at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
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    Weigh-in at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Dave Stevenson/REX Shut/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX Shutterstock (4998206w) Baby sealion Oscar Weigh-in at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 /Rex_Weighin_at_ZSL_Whipsnade_Zoo_4998206W//1508261401
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    Weigh-in at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX Shutterstock (4998206w) Baby sealion Oscar Weigh-in at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 /Rex_Weighin_at_ZSL_Whipsnade_Zoo_4998206W//1508261401

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  • Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, England - 26th August 2015
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    Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, England - 26th August 2015 08/26/2015 Paul Brown/REX Shutters/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Brown/REX Shutterstock (4998189b) Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London. A new balloon art installation called Heartbeat by French artist Charles Petillon has been installed in Covent Garden as part of its annual cultural programme. The installation is made up of around 100,000 white latex balloons and will have light pulses projected through them. Petillon is known for using balloons in unusual places to challenge people's perceptions of things they see every day, but this is the first time his work has been exhibited in public on such a scale. Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, England - 26th August 2015 /Rex_Balloon_Art_Installation_by_Charles_Petillon_in_4998189B//1508261326
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    Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, England - 26th August 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Brown/REX Shutterstock (4998189b) Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London. A new balloon art installation called Heartbeat by French artist Charles Petillon has been installed in Covent Garden as part of its annual cultural programme. The installation is made up of around 100,000 white latex balloons and will have light pulses projected through them. Petillon is known for using balloons in unusual places to challenge people's perceptions of things they see every day, but this is the first time his work has been exhibited in public on such a scale. Balloon Art Installation by Charles Petillon in Covent Garden, London, England - 26th August 2015 /Rex_Balloon_Art_Installation_by_Charles_Petillon_in_4998189B//1508261326

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  • Patrick the wombat turns 30, Australia - 25 Aug 2015
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    Patrick the wombat turns 30, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Wildlife Park/REX Shutt/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Ballarat Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock (4998138d) Patrick the wombat being wheeled to his birthday party Patrick the wombat turns 30, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvwv Patrick, a particularly large and cuddly wombat, has turned 30 and has been set up with his very own Tinder account in celebration. Patrick is the world's oldest common wombat in captivity and he is a 'Wombachelor' - and looking for love. Ballarat Wildlife Park said: "Ashley Madison may have exposed Australia as a nation of cheaters, but rest assured single ladies, there's still one man looking for love, and now he's turning 30 he's old enough for his very own Tinder account." /Rex_Giant_wombat_turns_30_and_joins_Tinder_4998138D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Ballarat Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261248
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    Patrick the wombat turns 30, Australia - 25 Aug 2015
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    Wildlife Park/REX Shutt/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Ballarat Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock (4998138d) Patrick the wombat being wheeled to his birthday party Patrick the wombat turns 30, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvwv Patrick, a particularly large and cuddly wombat, has turned 30 and has been set up with his very own Tinder account in celebration. Patrick is the world's oldest common wombat in captivity and he is a 'Wombachelor' - and looking for love. Ballarat Wildlife Park said: "Ashley Madison may have exposed Australia as a nation of cheaters, but rest assured single ladies, there's still one man looking for love, and now he's turning 30 he's old enough for his very own Tinder account." /Rex_Giant_wombat_turns_30_and_joins_Tinder_4998138D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Ballarat Wildlife Park/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261248

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  • Seasonal weather, Ribblehead, Yorkshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
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    Seasonal weather, Ribblehead, Yorkshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4998135d) Dark and gloomy morning in the Yorkshire Dales first thing this morning. Seasonal weather, Ribblehead, Yorkshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Ribblehead_Yorkshire_B_4998135D//1508261221
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    Seasonal weather, Ribblehead, Yorkshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4998135d) Dark and gloomy morning in the Yorkshire Dales first thing this morning. Seasonal weather, Ribblehead, Yorkshire, Britain - 26 Aug 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Ribblehead_Yorkshire_B_4998135D//1508261221

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  • Real-Life: Gorgeous Fisherwoman
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    Real-Life: Gorgeous Fisherwoman 08/26/2015 DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE/CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Darcie Arahill, 26, with a great catch.) A stunning female angler has got her fans HOOKED by posting sexy snaps online of her battling massive fish - including an 8ft BULLSHARK. Gorgeous Darcie Arahill, 26, is a REEL CATCH as she battles deep-sea monsters on a 23ft boat wearing nothing but a bikini. The tanned and toned blonde babe uses her incredible skills to reel in tuna, swordfish and Mahi Mahi off the coast of Florida, USA. With her heady mix of good looks and expert tackle tips, Darcie, from Boynton Beach, has a following of almost 100,000 fans on the web. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1057.13/Credit:DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE/CATERS/SIPA/1508261114
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    Real-Life: Gorgeous Fisherwoman
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    DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Darcie Arahill, 26, with a great catch.) A stunning female angler has got her fans HOOKED by posting sexy snaps online of her battling massive fish - including an 8ft BULLSHARK. Gorgeous Darcie Arahill, 26, is a REEL CATCH as she battles deep-sea monsters on a 23ft boat wearing nothing but a bikini. The tanned and toned blonde babe uses her incredible skills to reel in tuna, swordfish and Mahi Mahi off the coast of Florida, USA. With her heady mix of good looks and expert tackle tips, Darcie, from Boynton Beach, has a following of almost 100,000 fans on the web. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1057.13/Credit:DARCIZZLE OFFSHORE/CATERS/SIPA/1508261114

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  • Christian Lindgren's photography of travels around the world,
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    Christian Lindgren's photography of travels around the world, 08/26/2015 Lindgren/REX Shuttersto/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Christian Lindgren/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Christian Lindgren's trvales around the world. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Lindgren/REX Shutterstock (4991543a) North Korea Christian Lindgren's photography of travels around the world, FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvuk Photographer Christian Lindgren has spent the last nine years of his life travelling around the world and capturing the beauty of each country he visits. He bravely decided to leave his studies and set off travelling around the world. And the nomadic photographer has never looked back. /Rex_Beautiful_photos_around_the_world_4991543A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christian Lindgren/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Christian Lindgren's trvales around the world. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508261116
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    Christian Lindgren's photography of travels around the world,
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Christian Lindgren/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Christian Lindgren's trvales around the world. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Lindgren/REX Shutterstock (4991543a) North Korea Christian Lindgren's photography of travels around the world, FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvuk Photographer Christian Lindgren has spent the last nine years of his life travelling around the world and capturing the beauty of each country he visits. He bravely decided to leave his studies and set off travelling around the world. And the nomadic photographer has never looked back. /Rex_Beautiful_photos_around_the_world_4991543A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christian Lindgren/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Christian Lindgren's trvales around the world. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508261116

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  • A Bike To Ride On Almost Any Terrain, Miami, America - 26 Aug 2015
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    A Bike To Ride On Almost Any Terrain, Miami, America - 26 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Xterrain/REX Shuttersto/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Xterrain/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Xterrain/REX Shutterstock (4998057k) The Xterrain 500 on the beach A Bike To Ride On Almost Any Terrain, Miami, America - 26 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvur A Florida company have designed a new electric bicycle which allows the rider to cycle over sand, dirt roads and snow. The Xterrain 500 Bike, produced by Miami company Xterrain Inc, features a 10-inch wide front tyre. More than three times the width of the tyres found on a conventional mountain bike. Thanks to its 48 Volt battery, on a single charge the Xterrtain 500 can go for a maximum distance of 25 miles at a speed of 20 miles per hour. /Rex_A_Bike_To_Ride_On_Almost_Any_Terrain_4998057K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Xterrain/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261116
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    A Bike To Ride On Almost Any Terrain, Miami, America - 26 Aug 2015
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    Xterrain/REX Shuttersto/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Xterrain/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Xterrain/REX Shutterstock (4998057k) The Xterrain 500 on the beach A Bike To Ride On Almost Any Terrain, Miami, America - 26 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvur A Florida company have designed a new electric bicycle which allows the rider to cycle over sand, dirt roads and snow. The Xterrain 500 Bike, produced by Miami company Xterrain Inc, features a 10-inch wide front tyre. More than three times the width of the tyres found on a conventional mountain bike. Thanks to its 48 Volt battery, on a single charge the Xterrtain 500 can go for a maximum distance of 25 miles at a speed of 20 miles per hour. /Rex_A_Bike_To_Ride_On_Almost_Any_Terrain_4998057K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Xterrain/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261116

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  • Rare twin wallaby joeys at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney, Australia - 21 Aug 2015
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    Rare twin wallaby joeys at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney, Australia - 21 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4998030b) A tammar wallaby and her 6-month-old twin joeys Rare twin wallaby joeys at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney, Australia - 21 Aug 2015 This wallaby mum is dealing with double the trouble after giving birth to rare twin joeys. The youngsters have been born at the Featherdale Wildlife Park in Sydney, Australia. According to keepers their five-year-old tammar wallaby mum is doing a good job of raising the wallabies. Now almost six months old, the youngsters have started poking their heads out of their mother's pouch to watch the work go by. Featherdale curator Chad Staples said wallabies have two teats but raising twin joeys is "rarer than people having twins". And while joeys normally stay in their mother's pouch until around 8-10 months, it could be sooner with these two given the limited space. "She could be booting them out in the next few weeks," Chad said. /Rex_Rare_twin_wallaby_joeys_born_at_Featherdal_4998030B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508261039
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    Rare twin wallaby joeys at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney, Australia - 21 Aug 2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4998030b) A tammar wallaby and her 6-month-old twin joeys Rare twin wallaby joeys at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney, Australia - 21 Aug 2015 This wallaby mum is dealing with double the trouble after giving birth to rare twin joeys. The youngsters have been born at the Featherdale Wildlife Park in Sydney, Australia. According to keepers their five-year-old tammar wallaby mum is doing a good job of raising the wallabies. Now almost six months old, the youngsters have started poking their heads out of their mother's pouch to watch the work go by. Featherdale curator Chad Staples said wallabies have two teats but raising twin joeys is "rarer than people having twins". And while joeys normally stay in their mother's pouch until around 8-10 months, it could be sooner with these two given the limited space. "She could be booting them out in the next few weeks," Chad said. /Rex_Rare_twin_wallaby_joeys_born_at_Featherdal_4998030B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508261039

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  • Cat survives spin in tumble dryer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 25 Aug 2015
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    Cat survives spin in tumble dryer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 08/26/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4998027a) 'Pepper' the 18-month-old cat recovers at Lort Smith Animal Hospital Cat survives spin in tumble dryer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 Pepper the cat is feline dizzy after a laundry trip put her in a tail spin. Looking for a warm place to sleep, she climbed into owner Amy Cooke's tumble dryer and only escaped by a whisker. Amy comments: "The last thing I knew, Pepper was lying in front of the heater. "Then about 20 minutes later she burst out of the dryer ... She collapsed and was hyperventilating. I really thought she was a goner". Amy rushed Pepper to the Lort Smith Animal Hospital but she suffered only a singed nose and a slightly burnt paw. However, the close shave has now given Amy paws for thought. "She [Pepper] follows me everywhere, she's a bit clingy. "I think I?m just going to not use the dryer because I?m too petrified, or I?ll be triple-checking it before I use it". /Rex_Cat_survives_spin_in_tumble_dryer_Melbour_4998027A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508261038
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    Cat survives spin in tumble dryer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 25 Aug 2015
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    Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4998027a) 'Pepper' the 18-month-old cat recovers at Lort Smith Animal Hospital Cat survives spin in tumble dryer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 25 Aug 2015 Pepper the cat is feline dizzy after a laundry trip put her in a tail spin. Looking for a warm place to sleep, she climbed into owner Amy Cooke's tumble dryer and only escaped by a whisker. Amy comments: "The last thing I knew, Pepper was lying in front of the heater. "Then about 20 minutes later she burst out of the dryer ... She collapsed and was hyperventilating. I really thought she was a goner". Amy rushed Pepper to the Lort Smith Animal Hospital but she suffered only a singed nose and a slightly burnt paw. However, the close shave has now given Amy paws for thought. "She [Pepper] follows me everywhere, she's a bit clingy. "I think I?m just going to not use the dryer because I?m too petrified, or I?ll be triple-checking it before I use it". /Rex_Cat_survives_spin_in_tumble_dryer_Melbour_4998027A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508261038

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  • The Strongest Smartphone Cable In The World, Santa Barbara, America - 01 Jun 2015
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    The Strongest Smartphone Cable In The World, Santa Barbara, America - 01 Jun 2015 08/26/2015 Esbee Cables/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock (4998024a) Esbee cables plugged into smartphones The Strongest Smartphone Cable In The World, Santa Barbara, America - 01 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvud A California based company claims to have produced the world's strongest and most durable smartphone cable. Esbee Cables co-founded by Moazzam Khan, a Mechanical Engineer graduate from the University of California, is currently gaining traction on Kickstarter and has almost reached their target of $15,000. Producing Lightning and micro USB cables for Apple and Android smartphone users, Esbee products are made using real leather, have 5 layers of insulation and contain 18 layers of tinned copper mesh. More than double the strands used by regular cables. As it's a Kickstarter campaign, nobody but Khan and his team have tested the cable and it could prove too good to be true. But if he's right, it could be a game changer. /Rex_The_Worlds_Strongest_Smartphone_Cable_4998024A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261033
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    The Strongest Smartphone Cable In The World, Santa Barbara, America - 01 Jun 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock (4998024a) Esbee cables plugged into smartphones The Strongest Smartphone Cable In The World, Santa Barbara, America - 01 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvud A California based company claims to have produced the world's strongest and most durable smartphone cable. Esbee Cables co-founded by Moazzam Khan, a Mechanical Engineer graduate from the University of California, is currently gaining traction on Kickstarter and has almost reached their target of $15,000. Producing Lightning and micro USB cables for Apple and Android smartphone users, Esbee products are made using real leather, have 5 layers of insulation and contain 18 layers of tinned copper mesh. More than double the strands used by regular cables. As it's a Kickstarter campaign, nobody but Khan and his team have tested the cable and it could prove too good to be true. But if he's right, it could be a game changer. /Rex_The_Worlds_Strongest_Smartphone_Cable_4998024A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Esbee Cables/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261033

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  • Gran Canaria aerial shots, Gran Canaria - 25 Jul 2015
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    Gran Canaria aerial shots, Gran Canaria - 25 Jul 2015 08/26/2015 Tommy Clarke/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock (4993655b) An aerial shot of a beach in Gran Canaria taken from a helicopter by dare devil photographer Tommy Clarke Gran Canaria aerial shots, Gran Canaria - 25 Jul 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvsg A photographer has shot a series of stunning aerial photographs of Gran Canaria's black sandy beaches. London-based photographer Tommy Clarke, 28, has become known for his daredevil tactics that include hanging out of the side of a helicopter to capture the perfect aerial shot. Incredible black sandy beaches, colourful parasols, yachts and turquoise sea can be seen in the photos. The aerial shots challenge perceptions, and objects and landscapes become patterns and colours. /Rex_Gran_Canaria_aerial_shots_Gran_Canaria_4993655B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261017
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    Gran Canaria aerial shots, Gran Canaria - 25 Jul 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock (4993655b) An aerial shot of a beach in Gran Canaria taken from a helicopter by dare devil photographer Tommy Clarke Gran Canaria aerial shots, Gran Canaria - 25 Jul 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvsg A photographer has shot a series of stunning aerial photographs of Gran Canaria's black sandy beaches. London-based photographer Tommy Clarke, 28, has become known for his daredevil tactics that include hanging out of the side of a helicopter to capture the perfect aerial shot. Incredible black sandy beaches, colourful parasols, yachts and turquoise sea can be seen in the photos. The aerial shots challenge perceptions, and objects and landscapes become patterns and colours. /Rex_Gran_Canaria_aerial_shots_Gran_Canaria_4993655B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Tommy Clarke/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508261017

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  • The newborn baby giraffe and its mother, Kiraka in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand
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    The newborn baby giraffe and its mother, Kiraka in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand 08/26/2015 Auckland Zoo/CYE/NEWSCOM/SIPA AUCKLAND, NZL - AUG 21 2015:The newborn baby giraffe and its mother, Kiraka in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand .The calf is the first male giraffe to be born at Auckland zoo in a few years. Photo via Newscom/cewitness035072/1508260340
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    The newborn baby giraffe and its mother, Kiraka in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand
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    AUCKLAND, NZL - AUG 21 2015:The newborn baby giraffe and its mother, Kiraka in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand .The calf is the first male giraffe to be born at Auckland zoo in a few years. Photo via Newscom/cewitness035072/1508260340

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  • The newborn baby giraffe in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand
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    The newborn baby giraffe in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand 08/26/2015 Auckland Zoo/CYE/NEWSCOM/SIPA AUCKLAND, NZL - AUG 21 2015:The newborn baby giraffe in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand .The calf is the first male giraffe to be born at Auckland zoo in a few years. Photo via Newscom/cewitness035073/1508260343
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    The newborn baby giraffe in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand
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    AUCKLAND, NZL - AUG 21 2015:The newborn baby giraffe in Auckland Zoo, New Zealand .The calf is the first male giraffe to be born at Auckland zoo in a few years. Photo via Newscom/cewitness035073/1508260343

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  • Bown bears around McNeil River, Alaska, America - 25 Aug 2015
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    Bown bears around McNeil River, Alaska, America - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Rick Sheremeta/REX Shut/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rick Sheremeta/REX Shutterstock (4993756g) This large adult female Alaskan Brown Bear shows her displeasure at a sub-adult bear that intrudes into her space at McNeil River on the Alaskan Peninsula. After a little growling and gnashing of teeth the pushy teen got the idea that it was unwelcome and quickly moved off Bown bears around McNeil River, Alaska, America - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_Bown_bears_around_McNeil_River_Alaska_Am_4993756G//1508252321
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    Bown bears around McNeil River, Alaska, America - 25 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rick Sheremeta/REX Shutterstock (4993756g) This large adult female Alaskan Brown Bear shows her displeasure at a sub-adult bear that intrudes into her space at McNeil River on the Alaskan Peninsula. After a little growling and gnashing of teeth the pushy teen got the idea that it was unwelcome and quickly moved off Bown bears around McNeil River, Alaska, America - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_Bown_bears_around_McNeil_River_Alaska_Am_4993756G//1508252321

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  • 100,000 helium balloon art installation in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    100,000 helium balloon art installation in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Matthew Chattle/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Matthew Chattle/REX Shutterstock (4993715j) 100,000 helium balloons are being inflated in Covent Garden and will form a giant cloud. 54 metre installation, called 'Heartbeat', is the work of French artist Charles Pétillon and will be completed by the 27th August. 100,000 helium balloon art installation in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_100000_helium_balloon_art_installation_in_4993715J//1508252011
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    100,000 helium balloon art installation in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Matthew Chattle/REX Shutterstock (4993715j) 100,000 helium balloons are being inflated in Covent Garden and will form a giant cloud. 54 metre installation, called 'Heartbeat', is the work of French artist Charles Pétillon and will be completed by the 27th August. 100,000 helium balloon art installation in Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_100000_helium_balloon_art_installation_in_4993715J//1508252011

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  • Warwick rowers are back with a naked calendar, Warwick, Britain - Jun 2015
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    Warwick rowers are back with a naked calendar, Warwick, Britain - Jun 2015 08/25/2015 Angus Malcolm/REX Shutt/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Warwick rowers naked calendar. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock (4993651a) Warwick Rowers launch crowdfunder campaign to make 2016 another record-breaking year Warwick rowers are back with a naked calendar, Warwick, Britain - Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvrs The world's favourite calendar boys are back. With a US tour and shoots on glamorous locations in England and Spain under their belts, the world-beating Warwick Rowers launch crowd funder campaign to make 2016 another record-breaking year. /Rex_Warwick_rowers_are_back_with_a_naked_calen_4993651A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Warwick rowers naked calendar. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508251816
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    Warwick rowers are back with a naked calendar, Warwick, Britain - Jun 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Warwick rowers naked calendar. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock (4993651a) Warwick Rowers launch crowdfunder campaign to make 2016 another record-breaking year Warwick rowers are back with a naked calendar, Warwick, Britain - Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvrs The world's favourite calendar boys are back. With a US tour and shoots on glamorous locations in England and Spain under their belts, the world-beating Warwick Rowers launch crowd funder campaign to make 2016 another record-breaking year. /Rex_Warwick_rowers_are_back_with_a_naked_calen_4993651A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Angus Malcolm/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Warwick rowers naked calendar. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508251816

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  • Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, America - 25 Aug 2015
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    Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, America - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Cincinnati Zoo/REX Shut/SIPA **See individual credits/REX Shutterstock** Only for use in story about Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Cincinnati Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4993692a) Harapan the last Sumatran rhino in western hemisphere is leaving the Cincinnati Zoo Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, America - 25 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvt3 The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden announced today that male Sumatran rhino, Harapan will be moved to Indonesia. (25 Aug 2015) The eight-year-old's departure marks the end of an era for the Cincinnati Zoo's Sumatran rhino breeding program, the only captive breeding program in the United States to produce calves for this critically-endangered species. /Rex_Last_Sumatran_Rhino_in_Western_Hemisphere_4993692A/**See individual credits/REX Shutterstock** Only for use in story about Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508251811
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    Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, America - 25 Aug 2015
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    **See individual credits/REX Shutterstock** Only for use in story about Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Cincinnati Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4993692a) Harapan the last Sumatran rhino in western hemisphere is leaving the Cincinnati Zoo Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati, America - 25 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvt3 The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden announced today that male Sumatran rhino, Harapan will be moved to Indonesia. (25 Aug 2015) The eight-year-old's departure marks the end of an era for the Cincinnati Zoo's Sumatran rhino breeding program, the only captive breeding program in the United States to produce calves for this critically-endangered species. /Rex_Last_Sumatran_Rhino_in_Western_Hemisphere_4993692A/**See individual credits/REX Shutterstock** Only for use in story about Last Sumatran Rhino in Western Hemisphere is Leaving the Cincinnati Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508251811

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  • NASA: The Lonely Mountain
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    NASA: The Lonely Mountain 08/25/2015 SIPANY/SIPA NASA's Dawn spacecraft spotted this tall, conical mountain on Ceres from a distance of 915 miles (1,470 kilometers). The mountain, located in the southern hemisphere, stands 4 miles (6 kilometers) high. Its perimeter is sharply defined, with almost no accumulated debris at the base of the brightly streaked slope with bright streaks. The image was taken on August 19, 2015. The resolution of the image is 450 feet (140 meters) per pixel. Dawn's mission is managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Dawn is a project of the directorate's Discovery Program, managed by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. UCLA is responsible for overall Dawn mission science. Orbital ATK, Inc., in Dulles, Virginia, designed and built the spacecraft. The German Aerospace Center, the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, the Italian Space Agency and the Italian National Astrophysical Institute are international partners on the mission team. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15798898/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1508251702
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    NASA: The Lonely Mountain
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    NASA's Dawn spacecraft spotted this tall, conical mountain on Ceres from a distance of 915 miles (1,470 kilometers). The mountain, located in the southern hemisphere, stands 4 miles (6 kilometers) high. Its perimeter is sharply defined, with almost no accumulated debris at the base of the brightly streaked slope with bright streaks. The image was taken on August 19, 2015. The resolution of the image is 450 feet (140 meters) per pixel. Dawn's mission is managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Dawn is a project of the directorate's Discovery Program, managed by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. UCLA is responsible for overall Dawn mission science. Orbital ATK, Inc., in Dulles, Virginia, designed and built the spacecraft. The German Aerospace Center, the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, the Italian Space Agency and the Italian National Astrophysical Institute are international partners on the mission team. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15798898/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1508251702

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  • Woman lives in converted former Shields ferry, Shoreham, Sussex, Britain - 11 Aug 2015
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    Woman lives in converted former Shields ferry, Shoreham, Sussex, Britain - 11 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Mike Walker/REX Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Walker/REX Shutterstock (4993671a) Carolyn Drake aboard her converted ferry home Woman lives in converted former Shields ferry, Shoreham, Sussex, Britain - 11 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvs8 Home is where the heart is and in Carolyn Drake's case, home is a converted ferry. Where once the Shieldsman transported passengers across the River Tyne between North and South Shields, it now acts as a cosy seaside house with a difference for Carolyn and her family. For 30 years from 1976, the Shieldsman shuttled across the river every day, carrying in total some 10m people on a seven-minute journey linking the Tyneside towns. But where the captain kept a look-out for fog on the Tyne from his wheelhouse, one of four bedrooms is in place, this with a 360 degree view. Where the powerful engines once chugged into action every 30 minutes of every day, another of the four bedrooms now exists. The engines were dismantled and taken out. /Rex_Woman_lives_in_converted_former_Shields_fe_4993671A//1508251711
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    Woman lives in converted former Shields ferry, Shoreham, Sussex, Britain - 11 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Walker/REX Shutterstock (4993671a) Carolyn Drake aboard her converted ferry home Woman lives in converted former Shields ferry, Shoreham, Sussex, Britain - 11 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvs8 Home is where the heart is and in Carolyn Drake's case, home is a converted ferry. Where once the Shieldsman transported passengers across the River Tyne between North and South Shields, it now acts as a cosy seaside house with a difference for Carolyn and her family. For 30 years from 1976, the Shieldsman shuttled across the river every day, carrying in total some 10m people on a seven-minute journey linking the Tyneside towns. But where the captain kept a look-out for fog on the Tyne from his wheelhouse, one of four bedrooms is in place, this with a 360 degree view. Where the powerful engines once chugged into action every 30 minutes of every day, another of the four bedrooms now exists. The engines were dismantled and taken out. /Rex_Woman_lives_in_converted_former_Shields_fe_4993671A//1508251711

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  • CHINA-TIBET-GREEN ENVIRONMENT
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    CHINA-TIBET-GREEN ENVIRONMENT 08/25/2015 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA Photo taken on Oct. 20, 2012 shows Mongolian gazelles living on Northern Tibet Grassland, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Local government has adhered to "green development" so as to preserve Tibet's environment in the past decades. (Xinhua/Liu Kun) /CHINENOUVELLE_2408.CT.004/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508251626
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    Photo taken on Oct. 20, 2012 shows Mongolian gazelles living on Northern Tibet Grassland, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Local government has adhered to "green development" so as to preserve Tibet's environment in the past decades. (Xinhua/Liu Kun) /CHINENOUVELLE_2408.CT.004/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508251626

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  • Britain's strongest woman Katherine Bartlett,  Southampton, Hampshire, Britain - 08 Jul 2015
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    Britain's strongest woman Katherine Bartlett, Southampton, Hampshire, Britain - 08 Jul 2015 08/25/2015 M Y News Ltd/REX Shutte/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by M Y News Ltd/REX Shutterstock (4993593j) Katherine Bartlett competing in February 2015 in Ohio, USA, in The Arnold Classic, the Strongest Woman American World Championships Britain's strongest woman Katherine Bartlett, Southampton, Hampshire, Britain - 08 Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvqc Hairdresser Katherine Bartlett has been crowned Britain?s strongest woman - despite being a dress size ten. Mum-of-two Katherine, who weighs a meager 62kg, has only been involved with the sport for three years but has made herself a household name with two titles under her belt. Katherine, 31, said: "I train five times a week for about 12 hours with a personal trainer that I have. "I have also recently set up a strong woman group and I run that for friends and other people interested in the sport. "I first watched Strongman on TV and I knew about the sport but it wasn?t until I went to a weightlifting gym until I got really interested. "There I met a woman who looked amazing and she took me along to one of the classes she goes to and I managed to flip their biggest tyre". /Rex_Britains_strongest_woman_Katherine_Bartle_4993593J//1508251523
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    Britain's strongest woman Katherine Bartlett, Southampton, Hampshire, Britain - 08 Jul 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by M Y News Ltd/REX Shutterstock (4993593j) Katherine Bartlett competing in February 2015 in Ohio, USA, in The Arnold Classic, the Strongest Woman American World Championships Britain's strongest woman Katherine Bartlett, Southampton, Hampshire, Britain - 08 Jul 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvqc Hairdresser Katherine Bartlett has been crowned Britain?s strongest woman - despite being a dress size ten. Mum-of-two Katherine, who weighs a meager 62kg, has only been involved with the sport for three years but has made herself a household name with two titles under her belt. Katherine, 31, said: "I train five times a week for about 12 hours with a personal trainer that I have. "I have also recently set up a strong woman group and I run that for friends and other people interested in the sport. "I first watched Strongman on TV and I knew about the sport but it wasn?t until I went to a weightlifting gym until I got really interested. "There I met a woman who looked amazing and she took me along to one of the classes she goes to and I managed to flip their biggest tyre". /Rex_Britains_strongest_woman_Katherine_Bartle_4993593J//1508251523

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  • South Africa Birds on a branch with insects they've caught
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    South Africa Birds on a branch with insects they've caught 08/25/2015 Wessel du Plessis/Solent /SIPA Pictured: The birds on a branch with insects they've caught. A group of five multi-coloured birds take a quick break together from a successful hunt to eat their meals. The white-fronted bee-eaters were part of a colony of up to 50 who were all catching any flying insects they came across - from bees and flies to butterflies and grasshoppers. The red, green, blue and yellow birds all fight for space on one of the only perches close to their nesting site on a clay and red soil bank. The thin branch is around 5m off the ground and the hungry birds use it as a quick seat after catching, and killing, whatever insects they are able to catch. B&B owner Wessel du Plessis travelled to the sand mine on a private farm in Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng, South Africa, to photograph the animals that return each year to their nests to breed. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Wessel du Plessis/Solent News ' Wessel du Plessis/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_158010/Credit:Wessel du Plessis/Solent /SIPA/1508251507
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    South Africa Birds on a branch with insects they've caught
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    Pictured: The birds on a branch with insects they've caught. A group of five multi-coloured birds take a quick break together from a successful hunt to eat their meals. The white-fronted bee-eaters were part of a colony of up to 50 who were all catching any flying insects they came across - from bees and flies to butterflies and grasshoppers. The red, green, blue and yellow birds all fight for space on one of the only perches close to their nesting site on a clay and red soil bank. The thin branch is around 5m off the ground and the hungry birds use it as a quick seat after catching, and killing, whatever insects they are able to catch. B&B owner Wessel du Plessis travelled to the sand mine on a private farm in Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng, South Africa, to photograph the animals that return each year to their nests to breed. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Wessel du Plessis/Solent News ' Wessel du Plessis/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_158010/Credit:Wessel du Plessis/Solent /SIPA/1508251507

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  • Magna Carta sand scupture at Lincoln Castle, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    Magna Carta sand scupture at Lincoln Castle, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Dave Warren/LNP/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Warren/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4993621e) Sand scuplture artists Remy and Paul Hoggard from Bulgaria are spending two weeks making a sand scupture at Lincoln Castle. The sculpture depicts King John sealing the Magna Carta at Runneymeade in 1215 and forms part of the 800th Magna Carta celebration exhibition in the City Magna Carta sand scupture at Lincoln Castle, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 The sculpture will be completed in time for celebrations this weekend /Rex_Magna_Carta_sand_scupture_4993621E//1508251444
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    Magna Carta sand scupture at Lincoln Castle, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Warren/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4993621e) Sand scuplture artists Remy and Paul Hoggard from Bulgaria are spending two weeks making a sand scupture at Lincoln Castle. The sculpture depicts King John sealing the Magna Carta at Runneymeade in 1215 and forms part of the 800th Magna Carta celebration exhibition in the City Magna Carta sand scupture at Lincoln Castle, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 The sculpture will be completed in time for celebrations this weekend /Rex_Magna_Carta_sand_scupture_4993621E//1508251444

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  • Fountains Abbey Appeal To Owner Of Cuddly Toy, Ripon, England  - 25 Aug 2015
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    Fountains Abbey Appeal To Owner Of Cuddly Toy, Ripon, England - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Clare Sutton/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock (4993604b) Toy pig following ducks Fountains Abbey Appeal To Owner Of Cuddly Toy, Ripon, England - 25 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvpv Employees at Fountains Abbey in Ripon are attempting to return a lost piggy to its owner. Since Wednesday (August 19th) the Admissions team at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden have been trying their best to locate the owner of a cute, cuddly toy. The piggy has been searching high and low for its owner and been photographed eating cake, following ducks and even meeting a fellow pig on its travels. /Rex_Abbey_Seeks_Owner_Of_Lost_Cuddly_Toy_4993604B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251422
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    Fountains Abbey Appeal To Owner Of Cuddly Toy, Ripon, England - 25 Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock (4993604b) Toy pig following ducks Fountains Abbey Appeal To Owner Of Cuddly Toy, Ripon, England - 25 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvpv Employees at Fountains Abbey in Ripon are attempting to return a lost piggy to its owner. Since Wednesday (August 19th) the Admissions team at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden have been trying their best to locate the owner of a cute, cuddly toy. The piggy has been searching high and low for its owner and been photographed eating cake, following ducks and even meeting a fellow pig on its travels. /Rex_Abbey_Seeks_Owner_Of_Lost_Cuddly_Toy_4993604B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Clare Sutton/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251422

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  • Snake cafe, Tokyo, Japan  - Aug 2015
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    Snake cafe, Tokyo, Japan - Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Kaneko/REX Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Hisamitsu Kaneko/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Kaneko/REX Shutterstock (4990244e) The Tokyo Snake Cafe Snake cafe, Tokyo, Japan - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvnd A cafe in Japan has opened its doors to offer guests a unique slippery dining experience. Customers can enjoy food and drink, whilst petting a snake of their choice at the Tokyo Snake Centre. Upon walking in to the cafe, guests chose a particular snake from a selection of 35. The staff then bring the snake over to the guest's table. The snakes have been named 'hebi-attendants' which means 'snake attendants', and the selection includes several different breeds of snake. /Rex_Snake_cafe_opens_Tokyo_4990244E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Hisamitsu Kaneko/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251413
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    Snake cafe, Tokyo, Japan - Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Hisamitsu Kaneko/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Kaneko/REX Shutterstock (4990244e) The Tokyo Snake Cafe Snake cafe, Tokyo, Japan - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvnd A cafe in Japan has opened its doors to offer guests a unique slippery dining experience. Customers can enjoy food and drink, whilst petting a snake of their choice at the Tokyo Snake Centre. Upon walking in to the cafe, guests chose a particular snake from a selection of 35. The staff then bring the snake over to the guest's table. The snakes have been named 'hebi-attendants' which means 'snake attendants', and the selection includes several different breeds of snake. /Rex_Snake_cafe_opens_Tokyo_4990244E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Hisamitsu Kaneko/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251413

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  • Man transforms his car into world?s fastest shed, Chipping Norton, Oxon, Britain - 17 Aug 2015
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    Man transforms his car into world?s fastest shed, Chipping Norton, Oxon, Britain - 17 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 M Y News Ltd/REX Shutte/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by M Y News Ltd/REX Shutterstock (4993587c) Kevin Nicks' car shed Man transforms his car into world?s fastest shed, Chipping Norton, Oxon, Britain - 17 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvnk Madcap Kevin Nicks has transformed his car into the world?s fastest shed in his very own Top Gear challenge. Dad-of-one Kevin, 50, a fan of the smash-hit BBC TV show, spent seven months and thousands of pounds turning his Volkswagen Passat into a shed on wheels. The eye-caching vehicle, which looks like something out of the whacky races, is made up of planks of wood and reinforced steel and can reach a top speed of 80mph. The previous world record for the world's fastest shed was 58.41mph, set by TV presenter Edd China in Italy. Gardener Kevin, from Chipping Norton, Oxon said: "I did not build it to be the fasted shed ? I built it because I am balmy. "I had an accident in my car when I hit a deer and it was cheaper to buy a whole new car and take the front off and put it in my old car than repair it. /Rex_Man_transforms_his_car_into_worlds_fastes_4993587C//1508251412
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    Man transforms his car into world?s fastest shed, Chipping Norton, Oxon, Britain - 17 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by M Y News Ltd/REX Shutterstock (4993587c) Kevin Nicks' car shed Man transforms his car into world?s fastest shed, Chipping Norton, Oxon, Britain - 17 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvnk Madcap Kevin Nicks has transformed his car into the world?s fastest shed in his very own Top Gear challenge. Dad-of-one Kevin, 50, a fan of the smash-hit BBC TV show, spent seven months and thousands of pounds turning his Volkswagen Passat into a shed on wheels. The eye-caching vehicle, which looks like something out of the whacky races, is made up of planks of wood and reinforced steel and can reach a top speed of 80mph. The previous world record for the world's fastest shed was 58.41mph, set by TV presenter Edd China in Italy. Gardener Kevin, from Chipping Norton, Oxon said: "I did not build it to be the fasted shed ? I built it because I am balmy. "I had an accident in my car when I hit a deer and it was cheaper to buy a whole new car and take the front off and put it in my old car than repair it. /Rex_Man_transforms_his_car_into_worlds_fastes_4993587C//1508251412

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  • The last hunting tribe in China
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    The last hunting tribe in China 08/25/2015 Liu Jie/Sipa Asia/SIPA HulunBuir, CHINA - June 13 2015: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Aoluguya Tribe with national buildings is located in the West of Genhe, which is surrounded by moutains in three sides. It is so-called hometown of reindeer and the last hunting tribe. There are still 8 tribes and 1200 rein deer with the largest population of reindeer. Many Ewenki people still live in moutains and feed on wild mushrooms and springs. They are the only hunting tribe left in China. And government will allocate bullets to them when hunting season comes./SIPAASIA_1200305/Credit:Liu Jie/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251226
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    The last hunting tribe in China
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    Liu Jie/Sipa Asia/SIPA
    HulunBuir, CHINA - June 13 2015: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Aoluguya Tribe with national buildings is located in the West of Genhe, which is surrounded by moutains in three sides. It is so-called hometown of reindeer and the last hunting tribe. There are still 8 tribes and 1200 rein deer with the largest population of reindeer. Many Ewenki people still live in moutains and feed on wild mushrooms and springs. They are the only hunting tribe left in China. And government will allocate bullets to them when hunting season comes./SIPAASIA_1200305/Credit:Liu Jie/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251226

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  • China A pearl on the North Sea: Weizhou Island
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    China A pearl on the North Sea: Weizhou Island 08/25/2015 Fang Kun/Sipa Asia/SIPA Beihai, CHINA - Sepetember 20 2013: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Weizhou Island is the youngest and biggest volcanic island, and one of the 10 most beautiful islands in China, located in Northern Gulf of Beihai City of Guangxi. It's a pearl on the North Sea./SIPAASIA_1200002/Credit:Fang Kun/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251226
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    China A pearl on the North Sea: Weizhou Island
    08/25/2015
    Fang Kun/Sipa Asia/SIPA
    Beihai, CHINA - Sepetember 20 2013: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Weizhou Island is the youngest and biggest volcanic island, and one of the 10 most beautiful islands in China, located in Northern Gulf of Beihai City of Guangxi. It's a pearl on the North Sea./SIPAASIA_1200002/Credit:Fang Kun/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251226

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  • Seasonal weather, Saltaire, Yorkshire, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    Seasonal weather, Saltaire, Yorkshire, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4993493c) Early morning fog rising from the Leeds to Liverpool canal in Shipley as seen from Baildon Moor Seasonal weather, Saltaire, Yorkshire, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Saltaire_Yorkshire_Bri_4993493C//1508251211
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    Seasonal weather, Saltaire, Yorkshire, Britain - 25 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4993493c) Early morning fog rising from the Leeds to Liverpool canal in Shipley as seen from Baildon Moor Seasonal weather, Saltaire, Yorkshire, Britain - 25 Aug 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Saltaire_Yorkshire_Bri_4993493C//1508251211

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  • Punctuation mistake on Gaelic sign means it reads 'Penis Island' instead of Bute, Scotland - 24 Aug 2015
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    Punctuation mistake on Gaelic sign means it reads 'Penis Island' instead of Bute, Scotland - 24 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Deadline News/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (4993483b) The sign before being corrected Punctuation mistake on Gaelic sign means it reads 'Penis Island' instead of Bute, Scotland - 24 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvks A blundering Scots council is welcoming visitors with a Gaelic sign that says "Penis Island". The sign welcoming ferry passengers to Bute has been in place for at least six years but it has only just come to light that it is missing a vital Gaelic punctuation sign. The result is that instead of reading "Welcome to the beauty of the Isle of Bute", the sign proclaims "Welcome to the Beauty of Penis Island". A missing accent on just one word changed "Bhòid" meaning "Bute" to "Bod" - which is Gaelic for the male member. A photo of the sign was posted online on Sunday night, leading to equal hilarity and outrage from Gaelic speakers. /Rex_Penis_island_4993483B//1508251211
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    Punctuation mistake on Gaelic sign means it reads 'Penis Island' instead of Bute, Scotland - 24 Aug 2015
    08/25/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (4993483b) The sign before being corrected Punctuation mistake on Gaelic sign means it reads 'Penis Island' instead of Bute, Scotland - 24 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvks A blundering Scots council is welcoming visitors with a Gaelic sign that says "Penis Island". The sign welcoming ferry passengers to Bute has been in place for at least six years but it has only just come to light that it is missing a vital Gaelic punctuation sign. The result is that instead of reading "Welcome to the beauty of the Isle of Bute", the sign proclaims "Welcome to the Beauty of Penis Island". A missing accent on just one word changed "Bhòid" meaning "Bute" to "Bod" - which is Gaelic for the male member. A photo of the sign was posted online on Sunday night, leading to equal hilarity and outrage from Gaelic speakers. /Rex_Penis_island_4993483B//1508251211

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  • Bespoke Handheld Gaming, Gothenburg, Sweden - 20 Aug 2015
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    Bespoke Handheld Gaming, Gothenburg, Sweden - 20 Aug 2015 08/25/2015 Love Hulten/REX Shutter/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock (4991536c) The PE358 being closed with one hand Bespoke Handheld Gaming, Gothenburg, Sweden - 20 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvjc A Swedish designer has created a stunning handheld gaming device capable of playing Nintendo games. Encased in American walnut, the PE358 was inspired by the popular Gameboy Advance SP Console. Produced entirely in his Gothenburg one man studio, Love Hulten carefully chooses the finest local materials to give each console strength and durability. Hulten says his intention is to present personal stories with character, playfulness and mystique. The designer also makes custom designs on request. /Rex_Bespoke_Handheld_Gaming_4991536C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508251116
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    Bespoke Handheld Gaming, Gothenburg, Sweden - 20 Aug 2015
    08/25/2015
    Love Hulten/REX Shutter/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock (4991536c) The PE358 being closed with one hand Bespoke Handheld Gaming, Gothenburg, Sweden - 20 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvjc A Swedish designer has created a stunning handheld gaming device capable of playing Nintendo games. Encased in American walnut, the PE358 was inspired by the popular Gameboy Advance SP Console. Produced entirely in his Gothenburg one man studio, Love Hulten carefully chooses the finest local materials to give each console strength and durability. Hulten says his intention is to present personal stories with character, playfulness and mystique. The designer also makes custom designs on request. /Rex_Bespoke_Handheld_Gaming_4991536C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Love Hulten/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508251116

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  • 30 years of British street photography, Britain - 2015
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    30 years of British street photography, Britain - 2015 08/25/2015 Ian Hughes/REX Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock (4989988w) A couple embracing at Berkeley Square, London, 2005 30 years of British street photography, Britain - 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvi9 A dedicated photographer has produced a series of photos of life in Britain over the course of a 30 year period. Hove-based photographer Ian Hughes, 46, produced the 'People of England - 30 Years of Street Photography' series, which is a collection of photographs taken of people in public spaces in England since the mid-1980's. Ian said: "The earliest photos go back to the days when I first picked up a camera at Art College near Liverpool when I was 17. Since those early days I have not stopped looking at the world as a potential picture every time I've stepped out of the door or looked out of the window. I hunt for pictures at every opportunity." /Rex_30_years_of_British_street_photography_4989988W/MANDATORY CREDIT: Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251031
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    30 years of British street photography, Britain - 2015
    08/25/2015
    Ian Hughes/REX Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock (4989988w) A couple embracing at Berkeley Square, London, 2005 30 years of British street photography, Britain - 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvi9 A dedicated photographer has produced a series of photos of life in Britain over the course of a 30 year period. Hove-based photographer Ian Hughes, 46, produced the 'People of England - 30 Years of Street Photography' series, which is a collection of photographs taken of people in public spaces in England since the mid-1980's. Ian said: "The earliest photos go back to the days when I first picked up a camera at Art College near Liverpool when I was 17. Since those early days I have not stopped looking at the world as a potential picture every time I've stepped out of the door or looked out of the window. I hunt for pictures at every opportunity." /Rex_30_years_of_British_street_photography_4989988W/MANDATORY CREDIT: Ian Hughes/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251031

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  • Timeless Travel trailers, America  - Aug 2014
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    Timeless Travel trailers, America - Aug 2014 08/25/2015 Travel Trailers/REX Shu/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Timeless Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock (4990296a) The outside of a timeless travel trailer Timeless Travel trailers, America - Aug 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvh7 A company has converted an old trailer into a stunning, futuristic mobile-home. Timeless Travel Trailers is a premier custom travel trailer builder in North America. The company has restored a 1965 Whale Tail to its former glory, and it is now called the Timeless Orvis Airstream. The vehicle was originally used as a hunting and fishing lodge near Goose Lake, Oregon. Once the original trailer had been procured it was transported to the company's facility in Denver, Colorado for a complete artisan rebuild. /Rex_Awesome_1950s_trailer_restored_4990296A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Timeless Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251016
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    Timeless Travel trailers, America - Aug 2014
    08/25/2015
    Travel Trailers/REX Shu/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Timeless Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock (4990296a) The outside of a timeless travel trailer Timeless Travel trailers, America - Aug 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvh7 A company has converted an old trailer into a stunning, futuristic mobile-home. Timeless Travel Trailers is a premier custom travel trailer builder in North America. The company has restored a 1965 Whale Tail to its former glory, and it is now called the Timeless Orvis Airstream. The vehicle was originally used as a hunting and fishing lodge near Goose Lake, Oregon. Once the original trailer had been procured it was transported to the company's facility in Denver, Colorado for a complete artisan rebuild. /Rex_Awesome_1950s_trailer_restored_4990296A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Timeless Travel Trailers/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251016

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  • Steampunk Cat Tube, San Fracisco, USA - Aug 2015
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    Steampunk Cat Tube, San Fracisco, USA - Aug 2015 08/25/2015 We Can Inc/REX Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Because We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock (4991486a) Steampunk cat walkway which goes around Jillian Northrup's home office Steampunk Cat Tube, San Fracisco, USA - Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvhf Architects from California have created an elaborate steampunk style tunnel system for their cat as part of their home office. Architect Jillian Northrup along with Co-Owner Jeffery McGrew from Because We Can, A Design and Build Studio from Oakland, built the walkway in what they call their "Mad Scientist Home Workshop" in San Francisco. The purpose built steampunk cat transportation system allows their cat to travel across the room without touching a paw on the ground. /Rex_Steampunk_Cat_Tube_4991486A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Because We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251012
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    Steampunk Cat Tube, San Fracisco, USA - Aug 2015
    08/25/2015
    We Can Inc/REX Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Because We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock (4991486a) Steampunk cat walkway which goes around Jillian Northrup's home office Steampunk Cat Tube, San Fracisco, USA - Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvhf Architects from California have created an elaborate steampunk style tunnel system for their cat as part of their home office. Architect Jillian Northrup along with Co-Owner Jeffery McGrew from Because We Can, A Design and Build Studio from Oakland, built the walkway in what they call their "Mad Scientist Home Workshop" in San Francisco. The purpose built steampunk cat transportation system allows their cat to travel across the room without touching a paw on the ground. /Rex_Steampunk_Cat_Tube_4991486A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Because We Can Inc/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508251012

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  • Golden sunset
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    Golden sunset 08/25/2015 Rong Bo/Sipa Asia/SIPA Lanzhou, CHINA - August 12 2014: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) After the storm, strong convective weather left high air transparency. photograher used the nd1000 filter to extend exposure time to up to 244 seconds, and later adjusted exposure and contrast in LR, and color temperature, Kase filter made it warm. What's more, the name "gold" reflects the golden sunset, also refers to "Lanzhou jincheng"./SIPAASIA_1000.02/Credit:Rong Bo/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251008
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    Golden sunset
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    Rong Bo/Sipa Asia/SIPA
    Lanzhou, CHINA - August 12 2014: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) After the storm, strong convective weather left high air transparency. photograher used the nd1000 filter to extend exposure time to up to 244 seconds, and later adjusted exposure and contrast in LR, and color temperature, Kase filter made it warm. What's more, the name "gold" reflects the golden sunset, also refers to "Lanzhou jincheng"./SIPAASIA_1000.02/Credit:Rong Bo/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1508251008

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  • Workshop on insects-as-foods
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    Workshop on insects-as-foods 08/25/2015 Yonhap News/NEWSCOM/SIPA Workshop on insects-as-foods Chefs show a variety of dishes made with edible insects during a workshop on how plausible insect-based foods can be at a Seoul hotel on Aug. 25, 2015. (Yonhap)/2015-08-25 14:51:14/ < 1980-2015 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .>/yonphotos088718/1508250804
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    Workshop on insects-as-foods
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    Yonhap News/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    Workshop on insects-as-foods Chefs show a variety of dishes made with edible insects during a workshop on how plausible insect-based foods can be at a Seoul hotel on Aug. 25, 2015. (Yonhap)/2015-08-25 14:51:14/ < 1980-2015 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .>/yonphotos088718/1508250804

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  • Hungary : Budapest, Soap bubble day
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    Hungary : Budapest, Soap bubble day 08/24/2015 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA Participants blow soap bubbles during a soap bubble day in Budapest, Hungary on Aug. 23, 2015. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)/CHINENOUVELLE_2408.102/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508242116
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    Hungary : Budapest, Soap bubble day
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    Participants blow soap bubbles during a soap bubble day in Budapest, Hungary on Aug. 23, 2015. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)/CHINENOUVELLE_2408.102/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508242116

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  • Sunset over Tower Bridge, London, Britain - 21 Aug 2015
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    Sunset over Tower Bridge, London, Britain - 21 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4990338a) Sunset over Tower Bridge Sunset over Tower Bridge, London, Britain - 21 Aug 2015 /Rex_Sunset_over_Tower_Bridge_London_Britain_4990338A//1508241811
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    Sunset over Tower Bridge, London, Britain - 21 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4990338a) Sunset over Tower Bridge Sunset over Tower Bridge, London, Britain - 21 Aug 2015 /Rex_Sunset_over_Tower_Bridge_London_Britain_4990338A//1508241811

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  • Mind Sports Olympiad, London, Britain - 23 Aug 2015
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    Mind Sports Olympiad, London, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4990337f) Competitors play Settlers of Catan Mind Sports Olympiad, London, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 Mind Sports Olympiad 2015, the annual board games festival. The week long event, which is taking place in the JW3 centre, north west London, is known an "Olympics for the mind", with over 60 different board game competitions ranging from classics like Chess and Scrabble to newer games, including Settlers of Catan and Carcassonne. The most prestigious title is the Pentamind World Championship, which is awarded to the competitor who has the best results from five different competitions. /Rex_Mind_Sports_Olympiad_London_Britain_23_4990337F//1508241811
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    Mind Sports Olympiad, London, Britain - 23 Aug 2015
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    LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4990337f) Competitors play Settlers of Catan Mind Sports Olympiad, London, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 Mind Sports Olympiad 2015, the annual board games festival. The week long event, which is taking place in the JW3 centre, north west London, is known an "Olympics for the mind", with over 60 different board game competitions ranging from classics like Chess and Scrabble to newer games, including Settlers of Catan and Carcassonne. The most prestigious title is the Pentamind World Championship, which is awarded to the competitor who has the best results from five different competitions. /Rex_Mind_Sports_Olympiad_London_Britain_23_4990337F//1508241811

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  • Cat Sanctuary on Hawaiian Island
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    Cat Sanctuary on Hawaiian Island 08/24/2015 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA Lāna`i Animal Rescue Center - an open-air cat sanctuary with a prrrr-pulation of some 340 felines. Located just outside Lāna‘i City, Lanai, in Maui County, Hawaii, the 501(c)(3) non-profit community service organisation recently changed its name from Lāna`i Animal Rescue Center to Lāna`i Cat Sanctuary - a more accurate reflection of their raison d'etre. The sanctuary is dedicated to spaying and neutering homeless cats and providing compassionate care for them in an outdoor cageless sanctuary for the rest of their lives, or until they can find homes for them. Their efforts also help protect native birds, by reducing the population of roaming cats and relocating the cats to the sanctuary. It all started in 2004, when a small team of volunteers started Lāna`i’s first spay/neuter program for homeless cats. In 2006, a colony of Hawaiian Petrels, an endangered seabird, was discovered on Lāna`i. After this discovery, Lāna`i Cat Sanctuary reconsidered its approach of releasing cats after they were spayed and neutered. The concept of an outdoor, cageless cat sanctuary was inspired by wildlife parks, budget realities, and Lānai’s near-perfect weather. They incorporated as a community service organization in 2007, obtained non-profit status in 2008, created a temporary sanctuary in 2008, and have been in their current location since 2009. In their own words: "We believe native birds and cats can co-exist in harmony through intervention, collaboration and management. From the mountains to the sea, cats found island wide are brought to live in our sanctuary where they enjoy life as one family, to ensure the perpetuation of the island’s endangered birds. Our efforts have made a positive difference for cats, birds and our community. "Lāna`i serves as a model for stewardship and responsible management that inspires others to consider innovative solutions for helping homeless cats in their communities. "We invite cat lovers to visit the sanctuary (open daily
    SIPAUSA31358440
    Cat Sanctuary on Hawaiian Island
    08/24/2015
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    Lāna`i Animal Rescue Center - an open-air cat sanctuary with a prrrr-pulation of some 340 felines. Located just outside Lāna‘i City, Lanai, in Maui County, Hawaii, the 501(c)(3) non-profit community service organisation recently changed its name from Lāna`i Animal Rescue Center to Lāna`i Cat Sanctuary - a more accurate reflection of their raison d'etre. The sanctuary is dedicated to spaying and neutering homeless cats and providing compassionate care for them in an outdoor cageless sanctuary for the rest of their lives, or until they can find homes for them. Their efforts also help protect native birds, by reducing the population of roaming cats and relocating the cats to the sanctuary. It all started in 2004, when a small team of volunteers started Lāna`i’s first spay/neuter program for homeless cats. In 2006, a colony of Hawaiian Petrels, an endangered seabird, was discovered on Lāna`i. After this discovery, Lāna`i Cat Sanctuary reconsidered its approach of releasing cats after they were spayed and neutered. The concept of an outdoor, cageless cat sanctuary was inspired by wildlife parks, budget realities, and Lānai’s near-perfect weather. They incorporated as a community service organization in 2007, obtained non-profit status in 2008, created a temporary sanctuary in 2008, and have been in their current location since 2009. In their own words: "We believe native birds and cats can co-exist in harmony through intervention, collaboration and management. From the mountains to the sea, cats found island wide are brought to live in our sanctuary where they enjoy life as one family, to ensure the perpetuation of the island’s endangered birds. Our efforts have made a positive difference for cats, birds and our community. "Lāna`i serves as a model for stewardship and responsible management that inspires others to consider innovative solutions for helping homeless cats in their communities. "We invite cat lovers to visit the sanctuary (open daily

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  • Giant plant breaks through greenhouse roof at St Andrews Botanical Gardens, Scotland - 21 Aug 2015
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    Giant plant breaks through greenhouse roof at St Andrews Botanical Gardens, Scotland - 21 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 Deadline News/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (4990063c) Charlie Davis, third year Social Anthropology student at St Andrews University, with the giant Dasylirion Lieophyllum plant Giant plant breaks through greenhouse roof at St Andrews Botanical Gardens, Scotland - 21 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvcx A lonely asparagus plant sprouted 17ft in a month - bursting through a glasshouse roof - a few months after its keeper left. The 8ft-high plant at St Andrews Botanic Garden, which had not flowered for 40 years, grew to 25ft after Chris Talbot hung up his gardening gloves. Amazingly, Chris had worked at the garden in the Fife town for four decades, tending the same plant from its earliest days. The director of the St Andrews Botanic Garden said he believed the Dasylirion Lieophyllum, part of the asparagus family, responded to Chris?s departure as a defence mechanism. The giant stem now towering above the glasshouse is actually the flower of the plant, which is cactus-like and normally found in more arid climates. /Rex_Giant_plant_breaks_through_greenhouse_roof_4990063C//1508241318
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    Giant plant breaks through greenhouse roof at St Andrews Botanical Gardens, Scotland - 21 Aug 2015
    08/24/2015
    Deadline News/REX Shutt/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Deadline News/REX Shutterstock (4990063c) Charlie Davis, third year Social Anthropology student at St Andrews University, with the giant Dasylirion Lieophyllum plant Giant plant breaks through greenhouse roof at St Andrews Botanical Gardens, Scotland - 21 Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qvcx A lonely asparagus plant sprouted 17ft in a month - bursting through a glasshouse roof - a few months after its keeper left. The 8ft-high plant at St Andrews Botanic Garden, which had not flowered for 40 years, grew to 25ft after Chris Talbot hung up his gardening gloves. Amazingly, Chris had worked at the garden in the Fife town for four decades, tending the same plant from its earliest days. The director of the St Andrews Botanic Garden said he believed the Dasylirion Lieophyllum, part of the asparagus family, responded to Chris?s departure as a defence mechanism. The giant stem now towering above the glasshouse is actually the flower of the plant, which is cactus-like and normally found in more arid climates. /Rex_Giant_plant_breaks_through_greenhouse_roof_4990063C//1508241318

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  • Kangaroo joey and emu chicks at Wild Action Zoo, Macedon, Victoria, Australia - 16 Aug 2015
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    Kangaroo joey and emu chicks at Wild Action Zoo, Macedon, Victoria, Australia - 16 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4989991b) 'Reuben' the 8-month-old Kangaroo Island joey cuddles up with day-old emu chick Kangaroo joey and emu chicks at Wild Action Zoo, Macedon, Victoria, Australia - 16 Aug 2015 /Rex_Kangaroo_joey_and_emu_chicks_at_Wild_Actio_4989991B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508241212
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    Kangaroo joey and emu chicks at Wild Action Zoo, Macedon, Victoria, Australia - 16 Aug 2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4989991b) 'Reuben' the 8-month-old Kangaroo Island joey cuddles up with day-old emu chick Kangaroo joey and emu chicks at Wild Action Zoo, Macedon, Victoria, Australia - 16 Aug 2015 /Rex_Kangaroo_joey_and_emu_chicks_at_Wild_Actio_4989991B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1508241212

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  • Real Angry Bird
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    Real Angry Bird 08/24/2015 Caters News/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: The real life angry bird) - Meet the real-life Angry Bird! This grumpy swallow looks just like the one of the hilarious wingless birds from the popular computer game. The swallow chick sulked as he was forced to look on while his mother ignored him feeding his four siblings on a telephone line in late July. The hilarious sulking face was captured by amateur photographer Keith Couchman, 56, near Cononley, North Yorkshire. Keith said: I these chicks on the telephone line outside the bedroom window and noticed they were all being fed apart from one grumpy one on the end of the line. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1158.03/Credit:Caters News/SIPA/1508241208
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    Real Angry Bird
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    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: The real life angry bird) - Meet the real-life Angry Bird! This grumpy swallow looks just like the one of the hilarious wingless birds from the popular computer game. The swallow chick sulked as he was forced to look on while his mother ignored him feeding his four siblings on a telephone line in late July. The hilarious sulking face was captured by amateur photographer Keith Couchman, 56, near Cononley, North Yorkshire. Keith said: I these chicks on the telephone line outside the bedroom window and noticed they were all being fed apart from one grumpy one on the end of the line. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1158.03/Credit:Caters News/SIPA/1508241208

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  • Real-Life: Supernoodle House Fire
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    Real-Life: Supernoodle House Fire 08/24/2015 Lenny Warren/Caters News/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Glen Maitlan (11), mum Susam Maitland) - An 11-year-old boy almost killed his family by cooking SUPER NOODLES causing 10k fire damage to their home. Glen Maitland, 11, from Tillicoultry, in Scotland, was cooking a midnight snack of super noodles when he accidentally left the electric hob on in the kitchen downstairs, causing a huge fire in the kitchen. His mum Susan Maitland, 29, and her partner Lee Hynd, 27, were asleep upstairs when they were awoken by Glen alerting them to the fire. The family had just minutes to run out of their burning home in the early hours of Sunday, July 26. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1158.12/Credit:Lenny Warren/Caters News/SIPA/1508241208
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    Real-Life: Supernoodle House Fire
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    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Glen Maitlan (11), mum Susam Maitland) - An 11-year-old boy almost killed his family by cooking SUPER NOODLES causing 10k fire damage to their home. Glen Maitland, 11, from Tillicoultry, in Scotland, was cooking a midnight snack of super noodles when he accidentally left the electric hob on in the kitchen downstairs, causing a huge fire in the kitchen. His mum Susan Maitland, 29, and her partner Lee Hynd, 27, were asleep upstairs when they were awoken by Glen alerting them to the fire. The family had just minutes to run out of their burning home in the early hours of Sunday, July 26. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1158.12/Credit:Lenny Warren/Caters News/SIPA/1508241208

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  • Hubble captures cosmic pairing of star and nebula - 17 Aug 2015
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    Hubble captures cosmic pairing of star and nebula - 17 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 ESA/Hubble NASA/REX Shu/SIPA CREDIT: ESA/Hubble & NASA/Rex. Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt. Editorial Use Only. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by ESA/Hubble NASA/REX Shutterstock (4989943a) Cosmic pairing of the star Hen 2-427 - more commonly known as WR 124 - and the nebula M1-67 which surrounds it Hubble captures cosmic pairing of star and nebula - 17 Aug 2015 Here we see the spectacular cosmic pairing of the star Hen 2-427 ? more commonly known as WR 124 ? and the nebula M1-67 which surrounds it. Both objects, captured here by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope are found in the constellation of Sagittarius and lie 15,000 light-years away. The star Hen 2-427 shines brightly at the very center of this explosive image and around the hot clumps of surrounding gas that are being ejected into space at over 93,210 miles (150,000 km) per hour. Hen 2-427 is a Wolf?Rayet star, named after the astronomers Charles Wolf and Georges Rayet. Wolf?Rayet are super-hot stars characterized by a fierce ejection of mass. The nebula M1-67 is estimated to be no more than 10,000 years old ? just a baby in astronomical terms ? but what a beautiful and magnificent sight it makes. /Rex_Hubble_captures_cosmic_pairing_of_star_and_4989943A/CREDIT: ESA/Hubble & NASA/Rex. Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt. Editorial Use Only. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241122
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    Hubble captures cosmic pairing of star and nebula - 17 Aug 2015
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    ESA/Hubble NASA/REX Shu/SIPA
    CREDIT: ESA/Hubble & NASA/Rex. Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt. Editorial Use Only. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by ESA/Hubble NASA/REX Shutterstock (4989943a) Cosmic pairing of the star Hen 2-427 - more commonly known as WR 124 - and the nebula M1-67 which surrounds it Hubble captures cosmic pairing of star and nebula - 17 Aug 2015 Here we see the spectacular cosmic pairing of the star Hen 2-427 ? more commonly known as WR 124 ? and the nebula M1-67 which surrounds it. Both objects, captured here by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope are found in the constellation of Sagittarius and lie 15,000 light-years away. The star Hen 2-427 shines brightly at the very center of this explosive image and around the hot clumps of surrounding gas that are being ejected into space at over 93,210 miles (150,000 km) per hour. Hen 2-427 is a Wolf?Rayet star, named after the astronomers Charles Wolf and Georges Rayet. Wolf?Rayet are super-hot stars characterized by a fierce ejection of mass. The nebula M1-67 is estimated to be no more than 10,000 years old ? just a baby in astronomical terms ? but what a beautiful and magnificent sight it makes. /Rex_Hubble_captures_cosmic_pairing_of_star_and_4989943A/CREDIT: ESA/Hubble & NASA/Rex. Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt. Editorial Use Only. No advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241122

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  • Photographer captures time-lapse composite image of kite surfers, Waddell Creek Beach, Santa Cruz, California, America - 09 Aug 2015
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    Photographer captures time-lapse composite image of kite surfers, Waddell Creek Beach, Santa Cruz, California, America - 09 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 McCallister/REX Shutter/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Casey McCallister/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in a story about Casey McCallister kiteboarding picture. Editorial Use Only. Strictly no stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by McCallister/REX Shutterstock (4989904a) Time-lapse composite image of kite surfers Photographer captures time-lapse composite image of kite surfers, Waddell Creek Beach, Santa Cruz, California, America - 09 Aug 2015 A photographer has captured a remarkable image of dozens of kiteboarders on a Californian beach. Casey McCallister used time-lapse photography to make a striking composite of what he calls the 'chaos' of the sport. The 33-year-old adventure lifestyle photographer from San Francisco created the image from an hour's observation at Waddell Creek Beach near Santa Cruz. He explains: "Every few weeks I end up driving past this beach full of kiteboarders on the California coastline. I am always amazed at how they manage to stay out of entanglement and I was looking for a way to represent this chaos in one photo. My single shots always ended up with 10, maybe 15 boarders in one frame, but it didn't tell the story I saw in my mind. "So, I set up my camera to timelapse for one solid hour, capturing one frame every second. I ended up with over 800 images and used Photoshop to blend the kites into one frame. Overall, there are 102 kites in the sequence." /Rex_Amazing_Kiteboarding_image_4989904A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Casey McCallister/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in a story about Casey McCallister kiteboarding picture. Editorial Use Only. Strictly no stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241122
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    Photographer captures time-lapse composite image of kite surfers, Waddell Creek Beach, Santa Cruz, California, America - 09 Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Casey McCallister/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in a story about Casey McCallister kiteboarding picture. Editorial Use Only. Strictly no stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by McCallister/REX Shutterstock (4989904a) Time-lapse composite image of kite surfers Photographer captures time-lapse composite image of kite surfers, Waddell Creek Beach, Santa Cruz, California, America - 09 Aug 2015 A photographer has captured a remarkable image of dozens of kiteboarders on a Californian beach. Casey McCallister used time-lapse photography to make a striking composite of what he calls the 'chaos' of the sport. The 33-year-old adventure lifestyle photographer from San Francisco created the image from an hour's observation at Waddell Creek Beach near Santa Cruz. He explains: "Every few weeks I end up driving past this beach full of kiteboarders on the California coastline. I am always amazed at how they manage to stay out of entanglement and I was looking for a way to represent this chaos in one photo. My single shots always ended up with 10, maybe 15 boarders in one frame, but it didn't tell the story I saw in my mind. "So, I set up my camera to timelapse for one solid hour, capturing one frame every second. I ended up with over 800 images and used Photoshop to blend the kites into one frame. Overall, there are 102 kites in the sequence." /Rex_Amazing_Kiteboarding_image_4989904A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Casey McCallister/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in a story about Casey McCallister kiteboarding picture. Editorial Use Only. Strictly no stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241122

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  • Night sky over Portknockie, Scotland - 23 Aug 2015
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    Night sky over Portknockie, Scotland - 23 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 James Shooter/REX Shutt/SIPA MUST CREDIT: James Shooter/REX Shutterstock Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Shooter/REX Shutterstock (4989886a) Gemma Wright looks on over Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth Night sky over Portknockie, Scotland - 23 Aug 2015 These stunning images show star chasers Gemma Wright and James Shooter, the photographer, observing the night sky over Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth on Sunday (23 Aug) as the stars allign over the natural sea arch at Portknockie, Scotland /Rex_Night_sky_over_Portknockie_Scotland_4989886A/MUST CREDIT: James Shooter/REX Shutterstock/1508241122
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    Night sky over Portknockie, Scotland - 23 Aug 2015
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    James Shooter/REX Shutt/SIPA
    MUST CREDIT: James Shooter/REX Shutterstock Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Shooter/REX Shutterstock (4989886a) Gemma Wright looks on over Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth Night sky over Portknockie, Scotland - 23 Aug 2015 These stunning images show star chasers Gemma Wright and James Shooter, the photographer, observing the night sky over Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth on Sunday (23 Aug) as the stars allign over the natural sea arch at Portknockie, Scotland /Rex_Night_sky_over_Portknockie_Scotland_4989886A/MUST CREDIT: James Shooter/REX Shutterstock/1508241122

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  • A photographer captures macro pictures of cat's eyes, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015
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    A photographer captures macro pictures of cat's eyes, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 08/24/2015 Andrew Marttila/REX Shu/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Andrew Marttila's cat eye photo series. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock (4984587q) The eye of Ahava the cat A photographer captures macro pictures of cat's eyes, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv61 A photographer has captured what he calls the "beautiful, colourful cosmos that are cat eyes". Andrew Marttila uses macro techniques to focus on the stunning patterns and detail in the irises of a range of felines. The 29-year-old Philadelphia-based pet photographer explains: "With the help of a macro lens, I've been able to capture photos that display each minute detail of the portal to their soul. Vastly ranging hues, shapes, and sizes are exhibited and after viewing these, you'll never look your cat in the eyes the same way." Andrew says that getting the notoriously independent creatures to pose what the main challenge. He says: "Getting cats to sit still is probably the most difficult part of the whole process. Cats have a will of their own and certainly don't obey commands like their canine counterparts." /Rex_Macro_cats_eyes_4984587Q/MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Andrew Marttila's cat eye photo series. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241121
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    A photographer captures macro pictures of cat's eyes, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015
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    Andrew Marttila/REX Shu/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Andrew Marttila's cat eye photo series. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock (4984587q) The eye of Ahava the cat A photographer captures macro pictures of cat's eyes, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv61 A photographer has captured what he calls the "beautiful, colourful cosmos that are cat eyes". Andrew Marttila uses macro techniques to focus on the stunning patterns and detail in the irises of a range of felines. The 29-year-old Philadelphia-based pet photographer explains: "With the help of a macro lens, I've been able to capture photos that display each minute detail of the portal to their soul. Vastly ranging hues, shapes, and sizes are exhibited and after viewing these, you'll never look your cat in the eyes the same way." Andrew says that getting the notoriously independent creatures to pose what the main challenge. He says: "Getting cats to sit still is probably the most difficult part of the whole process. Cats have a will of their own and certainly don't obey commands like their canine counterparts." /Rex_Macro_cats_eyes_4984587Q/MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Andrew Marttila's cat eye photo series. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241121

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  • Photographer Rehahn Hoian captures eyes from around the world
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    Photographer Rehahn Hoian captures eyes from around the world 08/24/2015 Rehahn/REX Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Rehahn Hoian/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Photographer Rehahn Hoian photographs from around the world. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rehahn/REX Shutterstock (4984665ab) Taken in Cuba Photographer Rehahn Hoian captures eyes from around the world FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6u A talented French photographer, Rehahn has travelled around the world capturing portraits of the people he meets. And his magical portraits show that eyes really are the windows to the soul. /Rex_Photos_show_eye_are_windows_to_the_soul_4984665AB/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rehahn Hoian/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Photographer Rehahn Hoian photographs from around the world. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508241041
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    Photographer Rehahn Hoian captures eyes from around the world
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    Rehahn/REX Shutterstock/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Rehahn Hoian/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Photographer Rehahn Hoian photographs from around the world. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rehahn/REX Shutterstock (4984665ab) Taken in Cuba Photographer Rehahn Hoian captures eyes from around the world FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6u A talented French photographer, Rehahn has travelled around the world capturing portraits of the people he meets. And his magical portraits show that eyes really are the windows to the soul. /Rex_Photos_show_eye_are_windows_to_the_soul_4984665AB/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rehahn Hoian/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Photographer Rehahn Hoian photographs from around the world. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1508241041

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  • Reducing Slums With Recycled Shipping Containers, Mumbai, India - 24 Aug 2015
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    Reducing Slums With Recycled Shipping Containers, Mumbai, India - 24 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 CRG Architects/REX Shut/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock (4989926e) Artist's impression of a shipping container skyscraper Reducing Slums With Recycled Shipping Containers, Mumbai, India - 24 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6n Shipping container skyscrapers may be the answer to the world's overpopulation problem. Spanish Architecture Firm, CRG believe that one single skyscraper could house more than 700 families. The architecture firm hope that their unique and colourful design will initially be used as a solution to the Dharavi slums of Mumbai, one of the largest ghettos in the world. CRG have proposed two skyscrapers for the Indian city, one towering above the streets at 400 metres and the other at 200 metres. Together they would use 2,500 shipping containers. Each single container could be divided to provide a studio flat, whilst three containers could house a whole family. /Rex_Shipping_Container_Skyscrapers_For_Slums_4989926E/MANDATORY CREDIT: CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508241031
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    Reducing Slums With Recycled Shipping Containers, Mumbai, India - 24 Aug 2015
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    CRG Architects/REX Shut/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock (4989926e) Artist's impression of a shipping container skyscraper Reducing Slums With Recycled Shipping Containers, Mumbai, India - 24 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6n Shipping container skyscrapers may be the answer to the world's overpopulation problem. Spanish Architecture Firm, CRG believe that one single skyscraper could house more than 700 families. The architecture firm hope that their unique and colourful design will initially be used as a solution to the Dharavi slums of Mumbai, one of the largest ghettos in the world. CRG have proposed two skyscrapers for the Indian city, one towering above the streets at 400 metres and the other at 200 metres. Together they would use 2,500 shipping containers. Each single container could be divided to provide a studio flat, whilst three containers could house a whole family. /Rex_Shipping_Container_Skyscrapers_For_Slums_4989926E/MANDATORY CREDIT: CRG Architects/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508241031

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  • Water festival for pet dogs
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    Water festival for pet dogs 08/24/2015 Yonhap News/NEWSCOM/SIPA Water festival for pet dogs Dogs splash about in the water during a water festival for pet dogs at a pool in Seoul's Gwangjin Ward on Aug. 24, 2015. (Yonhap)/2015-08-24 16:49:22/ < 1980-2015 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .>/yonphotos088690//1508241002
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    Water festival for pet dogs
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    Water festival for pet dogs Dogs splash about in the water during a water festival for pet dogs at a pool in Seoul's Gwangjin Ward on Aug. 24, 2015. (Yonhap)/2015-08-24 16:49:22/ < 1980-2015 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .>/yonphotos088690//1508241002

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  • Ex-Soviet Spy ship La Sultana turned to Luxury Yacht, Marrakech  - Jul 2015
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    Ex-Soviet Spy ship La Sultana turned to Luxury Yacht, Marrakech - Jul 2015 08/24/2015 La Sultana/REX Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: La Sultana/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by La Sultana/REX Shutterstock (4989899l) The extravagant interior of La Sultana Ex-Soviet Spy ship La Sultana turned to Luxury Yacht, Marrakech - Jul 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6g An ex-Soviet ship, which was used to spy on the UK and US in the 1970s, has been transformed into a luxurious yacht. La Sultana, a 65 metres long vessel, was originally named Aji Petri and built in 1962. The boat was originally one of 12 unique ships built for the Soviet fleet, and used for secret spying in the North Atlantic Ocean during the Cold War. /Rex_ExSoviet_Spy_Ship_Turned_To_Luxury_Yacht_4989899L/MANDATORY CREDIT: La Sultana/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241011
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    Ex-Soviet Spy ship La Sultana turned to Luxury Yacht, Marrakech - Jul 2015
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    La Sultana/REX Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: La Sultana/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by La Sultana/REX Shutterstock (4989899l) The extravagant interior of La Sultana Ex-Soviet Spy ship La Sultana turned to Luxury Yacht, Marrakech - Jul 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv6g An ex-Soviet ship, which was used to spy on the UK and US in the 1970s, has been transformed into a luxurious yacht. La Sultana, a 65 metres long vessel, was originally named Aji Petri and built in 1962. The boat was originally one of 12 unique ships built for the Soviet fleet, and used for secret spying in the North Atlantic Ocean during the Cold War. /Rex_ExSoviet_Spy_Ship_Turned_To_Luxury_Yacht_4989899L/MANDATORY CREDIT: La Sultana/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508241011

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  • Tree Stump Illustrations Highlighting Deforestation - 24 Aug 2015
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    Tree Stump Illustrations Highlighting Deforestation - 24 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 Dirnberger/REX Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Steve Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock (4989866b) Moosehead on a treestump to illustrate deforestation Tree Stump Illustrations Highlighting Deforestation - 24 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv68 An artist has highlighted the effect of deforestation by illustating the faces of affected animals onto tree stumps. Steve Dirnberger, 29, took a sabbatical to focus on his art and create pieces that he feels strongly about. Taking the photos whilst travelling, he explained that he was concerned as he found it so easy to find tree stumps in areas where animals depend on them. He said: "My piece aims to highlight that we exterminate more than just the trees themselves, but in turn the animals that depend on them for survival." /Rex_Tree_Stump_Art_Shows_Deforestation_4989866B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Steve Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508240926
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    Tree Stump Illustrations Highlighting Deforestation - 24 Aug 2015
    08/24/2015
    Dirnberger/REX Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Steve Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock (4989866b) Moosehead on a treestump to illustrate deforestation Tree Stump Illustrations Highlighting Deforestation - 24 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qv68 An artist has highlighted the effect of deforestation by illustating the faces of affected animals onto tree stumps. Steve Dirnberger, 29, took a sabbatical to focus on his art and create pieces that he feels strongly about. Taking the photos whilst travelling, he explained that he was concerned as he found it so easy to find tree stumps in areas where animals depend on them. He said: "My piece aims to highlight that we exterminate more than just the trees themselves, but in turn the animals that depend on them for survival." /Rex_Tree_Stump_Art_Shows_Deforestation_4989866B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Steve Dirnberger/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission /1508240926

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  • Hay bales go pink in support of Breast Cancer, Devon, Britain - 23 Aug 2015
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    Hay bales go pink in support of Breast Cancer, Devon, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 08/24/2015 Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shutterstock (4989252c) Hay bales in a farmers field in Putts Corner go pink in support of Breast Cancer Hay bales go pink in support of Breast Cancer, Devon, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2015-06-16/hay-bales-go-pink-for-breast-cancer-awareness/ /Rex_Hay_bales_go_pink_in_support_of_Breast_Can_4989252C//1508240236
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    Hay bales go pink in support of Breast Cancer, Devon, Britain - 23 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shutterstock (4989252c) Hay bales in a farmers field in Putts Corner go pink in support of Breast Cancer Hay bales go pink in support of Breast Cancer, Devon, Britain - 23 Aug 2015 http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2015-06-16/hay-bales-go-pink-for-breast-cancer-awareness/ /Rex_Hay_bales_go_pink_in_support_of_Breast_Can_4989252C//1508240236

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  • Daily Life Rio de Janeiro
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    Daily Life Rio de Janeiro 08/23/2015 Antonio Lacerda/EFE/SIPA Two people go for a walk in the Camboinhas beach with Sugarloaf Mountain in background at sunset in Niteroi, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 22 August 2015. EFE/Antonio Lacerda/EFE_1359.01/Credit:Antonio Lacerda/EFE/SIPA/1508231402
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    Daily Life Rio de Janeiro
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    Two people go for a walk in the Camboinhas beach with Sugarloaf Mountain in background at sunset in Niteroi, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 22 August 2015. EFE/Antonio Lacerda/EFE_1359.01/Credit:Antonio Lacerda/EFE/SIPA/1508231402

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  • Hamster Likes Fruit
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    Hamster Likes Fruit 08/22/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The hamster spots the fruit ) - These hilarious snapshots show an adorable but greedy little wild hamster furiously stuffing his chubby cheeks with all the blackberries he can fit in. The hungry hamster was so eager to make sure he got every last berry that he resorted to hamster acrobatics, hilariously swinging from the branch as he picked off the juicy berries one by one. The adorable photos of the rare wild European hamster were captured by student Julian Ghahreman Rad, from Austria, at a cemetery in Vienna. Julian, 24, said: It was like the funniest photo-session I ever had, it was such a unique moment and its something you dont see every day./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1113.23/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1508221132
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    Hamster Likes Fruit
    08/22/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The hamster spots the fruit ) - These hilarious snapshots show an adorable but greedy little wild hamster furiously stuffing his chubby cheeks with all the blackberries he can fit in. The hungry hamster was so eager to make sure he got every last berry that he resorted to hamster acrobatics, hilariously swinging from the branch as he picked off the juicy berries one by one. The adorable photos of the rare wild European hamster were captured by student Julian Ghahreman Rad, from Austria, at a cemetery in Vienna. Julian, 24, said: It was like the funniest photo-session I ever had, it was such a unique moment and its something you dont see every day./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1113.23/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1508221132

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  • Big Mac World Record
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    Big Mac World Record 08/22/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED- Adam Moran outside the Oakwood store that supplied the Big Macs for his world record) - For most of us one Big Mac is more than enough, but not for one burger lover who has set a new world record - eating a belly-busting 17 Big Macs in under an hour. Competitive eater Adam Moran, has earned himself quite a following after posting a series of videos on his website Beard Meats Food undertaking some of the biggest food challenges in the world. Greedy Brit Adam, 30, was set his latest task by fans who challenged him to eat 25 of the McDonalds burgers in just sixty minutes. Armed with fifty GBP worth of the fast food chains burgers and plenty of water to wash them down, Adam took on the colossal challenge in the garden of his home in leeds last month. He originally got off to a great start by scoffing a mammoth 15 burgers in just 35 minutes. But Adam admits he began to struggle with the monstrous meal and despite washing the burgers down with water and ice cream he could only manage two more, bringing his total to 17 Big Macs in under an hour. But 17 Big Macs was still enough to earn Adam a world record after his McDonalds feat was officially recognised as a new world record by website recordsetter.com SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1113.08/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1508221132
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    Big Mac World Record
    08/22/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED- Adam Moran outside the Oakwood store that supplied the Big Macs for his world record) - For most of us one Big Mac is more than enough, but not for one burger lover who has set a new world record - eating a belly-busting 17 Big Macs in under an hour. Competitive eater Adam Moran, has earned himself quite a following after posting a series of videos on his website Beard Meats Food undertaking some of the biggest food challenges in the world. Greedy Brit Adam, 30, was set his latest task by fans who challenged him to eat 25 of the McDonalds burgers in just sixty minutes. Armed with fifty GBP worth of the fast food chains burgers and plenty of water to wash them down, Adam took on the colossal challenge in the garden of his home in leeds last month. He originally got off to a great start by scoffing a mammoth 15 burgers in just 35 minutes. But Adam admits he began to struggle with the monstrous meal and despite washing the burgers down with water and ice cream he could only manage two more, bringing his total to 17 Big Macs in under an hour. But 17 Big Macs was still enough to earn Adam a world record after his McDonalds feat was officially recognised as a new world record by website recordsetter.com SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1113.08/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1508221132

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  • Sahara Camels in a truck
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    Sahara Camels in a truck 08/21/2015 Bergeijk-Kwant/Solent/SIPA Pictured: The camels sat in the back of the truck. A group of camels sit in the back of a pick-up truck before they get taken for a drive. The five camels get a chance to rest their tired legs after hours of walking by sitting down in the back of the truck. They all manage to squeeze into the back of the truck so they can be driven to the market. Owners of the camels who were heading to the market stopped to put them into the back of the truck as the journey would be too far for them to walk. These photos were taken by photographer Ewien van Bergeijk-Kwant, 41, when she stopped to get fuel for her car and spotted the truck in the Sahara./SOLENTNEWS_1900.04/Credit:Bergeijk-Kwant/Solent/SIPA/1508211927
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    Sahara Camels in a truck
    08/21/2015
    Bergeijk-Kwant/Solent/SIPA
    Pictured: The camels sat in the back of the truck. A group of camels sit in the back of a pick-up truck before they get taken for a drive. The five camels get a chance to rest their tired legs after hours of walking by sitting down in the back of the truck. They all manage to squeeze into the back of the truck so they can be driven to the market. Owners of the camels who were heading to the market stopped to put them into the back of the truck as the journey would be too far for them to walk. These photos were taken by photographer Ewien van Bergeijk-Kwant, 41, when she stopped to get fuel for her car and spotted the truck in the Sahara./SOLENTNEWS_1900.04/Credit:Bergeijk-Kwant/Solent/SIPA/1508211927

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  • CHESTER : RARE ELEPHANT CALF BORN AT CHESTER ZOO.
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    CHESTER : RARE ELEPHANT CALF BORN AT CHESTER ZOO. 08/21/2015 HotSpot Media/SIPA RARE ELEPHANT CALF BORN AT CHESTER ZOO - IN PIC - A rare Asian elephant calf takes its first steps at Chester Zoo, pictured with its adoring relatives. - A rare Asian elephant calf has been born at Chester Zoo. The female youngster was on her feet within three minutes of being born at 14:38 on Thursday 20th August and was welcomed into the group by mum Thi Hi Way and four other members of the zoo’s Hi Way family of elephants…SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1737009/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1508211747
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    CHESTER : RARE ELEPHANT CALF BORN AT CHESTER ZOO.
    08/21/2015
    HotSpot Media/SIPA
    RARE ELEPHANT CALF BORN AT CHESTER ZOO - IN PIC - A rare Asian elephant calf takes its first steps at Chester Zoo, pictured with its adoring relatives. - A rare Asian elephant calf has been born at Chester Zoo. The female youngster was on her feet within three minutes of being born at 14:38 on Thursday 20th August and was welcomed into the group by mum Thi Hi Way and four other members of the zoo’s Hi Way family of elephants…SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1737009/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1508211747

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  • Adorable meerkats assemble a stripy deckchair at West Midland Safari Park.
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    Adorable meerkats assemble a stripy deckchair at West Midland Safari Park. 08/21/2015 HotSpot Media/SIPA IT'S SIMPLES! MEERKATS ASSEMBLE DECKCHAIR TO BASK IN SUN - IN PIC - Adorable meerkats assemble a stripy deckchair at West Midland Safari Park. - These cheeky meerkats are making the most of the last days of UK summer sun, as they assemble a deckchair in the sand. At first, group leader Sydney and his friends were confused by the striped deckchair that appeared in their home at West Midland Safari Park, but after some investigation, the crew managed to set up their new perch....SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1740003/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1508211747
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    Adorable meerkats assemble a stripy deckchair at West Midland Safari Park.
    08/21/2015
    HotSpot Media/SIPA
    IT'S SIMPLES! MEERKATS ASSEMBLE DECKCHAIR TO BASK IN SUN - IN PIC - Adorable meerkats assemble a stripy deckchair at West Midland Safari Park. - These cheeky meerkats are making the most of the last days of UK summer sun, as they assemble a deckchair in the sand. At first, group leader Sydney and his friends were confused by the striped deckchair that appeared in their home at West Midland Safari Park, but after some investigation, the crew managed to set up their new perch....SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1740003/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1508211747

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  • The Duck Who Loves To Dress Up, Netherlands - 21 Aug 2015
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    The Duck Who Loves To Dress Up, Netherlands - 21 Aug 2015 08/21/2015 Sam Pronk/REX Shutterst/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock (4988804b) Guus the Runner Duck dressed up as Superduck The Duck Who Loves To Dress Up, Netherlands - 21 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qux8 A photographer is fast becoming an internet sensation after photographing her pet duck in different outfits. Sam Pronk, 20, from the Netherlands, has spent the past year rearing and training Guus, a Runner duck, and regularly makes clothing for him to wear. Pronk says: "I make all of the outfits on a paper version of Guus I made with his measurements. Guus wears the outfit for about two minutes a week, just to take a picture and he gets lots of treats afterwards." /Rex_The_Duck_Who_Loves_To_Dress_Up_4988804B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211622
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    The Duck Who Loves To Dress Up, Netherlands - 21 Aug 2015
    08/21/2015
    Sam Pronk/REX Shutterst/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock (4988804b) Guus the Runner Duck dressed up as Superduck The Duck Who Loves To Dress Up, Netherlands - 21 Aug 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qux8 A photographer is fast becoming an internet sensation after photographing her pet duck in different outfits. Sam Pronk, 20, from the Netherlands, has spent the past year rearing and training Guus, a Runner duck, and regularly makes clothing for him to wear. Pronk says: "I make all of the outfits on a paper version of Guus I made with his measurements. Guus wears the outfit for about two minutes a week, just to take a picture and he gets lots of treats afterwards." /Rex_The_Duck_Who_Loves_To_Dress_Up_4988804B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Sam Pronk/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211622

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  • Cat with thumbs, The cat nicknamed Cravendale
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    Cat with thumbs, The cat nicknamed Cravendale 08/21/2015 Iain Watts/Mercury/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY IAIN WATTS/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: CRAVENDALE THE CAT)One lucky pet owner will soon have to start locking the fridge if they adopt this cat. The cat nicknamed Cravendale has one advantage over his feline competitors having been born with thumbs. According to rescue staff the five-year-old moggy uses them just as a person would when he was spotted climbing hand over claw up his cage. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1502.09/Credit:Iain Watts/Mercury/CATERS/SIPA/1508211509
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    Cat with thumbs, The cat nicknamed Cravendale
    08/21/2015
    Iain Watts/Mercury/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY IAIN WATTS/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: CRAVENDALE THE CAT)One lucky pet owner will soon have to start locking the fridge if they adopt this cat. The cat nicknamed Cravendale has one advantage over his feline competitors having been born with thumbs. According to rescue staff the five-year-old moggy uses them just as a person would when he was spotted climbing hand over claw up his cage. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1502.09/Credit:Iain Watts/Mercury/CATERS/SIPA/1508211509

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  • APTOPIX Britain Baby Elephant
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    APTOPIX Britain Baby Elephant 08/21/2015 Peter Byrne/AP/SIPA A baby Asian elephant takes her first steps into the public view at Chester Zoo, in Chester, England, Friday Aug. 21, 2015, The female elephant calf was born on Thursday to mum Thi Hi Way, but she has not yet been named. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES/LON802/697220041912/UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1508211434
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    APTOPIX Britain Baby Elephant
    08/21/2015
    Peter Byrne/AP/SIPA
    A baby Asian elephant takes her first steps into the public view at Chester Zoo, in Chester, England, Friday Aug. 21, 2015, The female elephant calf was born on Thursday to mum Thi Hi Way, but she has not yet been named. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES/LON802/697220041912/UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1508211434

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  • a lifetime photograph of a buzzard mid-flight.
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    a lifetime photograph of a buzzard mid-flight. 08/21/2015 COLIN CROWDEY/MERCURY/ CA/SIPA PIC BY COLIN CROWDEY PHOTOGRAPHY/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: Colin Crowdey, 49, from Gloucester who spent four months planning a photograph of a buzzard, and ten days lay in a hole in order to take it.) A dad spent four months planning a ‘once in a lifetime’ wildlife snap and even had to lie in a ‘shallow grave playing prey’ – but says it was all worth it when he captured this magnificent shot of a buzzard mid-flight. Colin Crowdey wanted to capture the ‘prey’s eye view’ of a bird of prey and set about planning how he would pretend to be a vole, which included months of watching the buzzard for nine hours a day to learn its flight path. The keen wildlife photographer eventually dug a ‘shallow grave’ and lay motionless in it but almost gave up when the bird sensed the change and altered its flight pa/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1342.07/Credit:COLIN CROWDEY/MERCURY/ CA/SIPA/1508211351
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    a lifetime photograph of a buzzard mid-flight.
    08/21/2015
    COLIN CROWDEY/MERCURY/ CA/SIPA
    PIC BY COLIN CROWDEY PHOTOGRAPHY/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: Colin Crowdey, 49, from Gloucester who spent four months planning a photograph of a buzzard, and ten days lay in a hole in order to take it.) A dad spent four months planning a ‘once in a lifetime’ wildlife snap and even had to lie in a ‘shallow grave playing prey’ – but says it was all worth it when he captured this magnificent shot of a buzzard mid-flight. Colin Crowdey wanted to capture the ‘prey’s eye view’ of a bird of prey and set about planning how he would pretend to be a vole, which included months of watching the buzzard for nine hours a day to learn its flight path. The keen wildlife photographer eventually dug a ‘shallow grave’ and lay motionless in it but almost gave up when the bird sensed the change and altered its flight pa/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1342.07/Credit:COLIN CROWDEY/MERCURY/ CA/SIPA/1508211351

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  • Voldemorts Face in Firework
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    Voldemorts Face in Firework 08/21/2015 TREVOR JAMES / CATERS/SIPA PIC BY TREVOR JAMES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The forming of Lord Voldemorts face appears in a firework.) The face of Lord Voldemort has been spotted in a firework display by an amateur photographer - who has never seen Harry Potter. Muggles in Plymouth, Devon, were left stunned after He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named appeared at the British Fireworks Championships on Wednesday night. Trevor James, 50, captured the scary skull-like visage after he Potter-ed down to photograph the colourful explosions at Cattedown Wharves. The keen snapper, an oil refinery worker by day, didnt notice the wizardly shape until he checked his pictures at home. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1342.02/Credit:TREVOR JAMES / CATERS/SIPA/1508211349
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    Voldemorts Face in Firework
    08/21/2015
    TREVOR JAMES / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY TREVOR JAMES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The forming of Lord Voldemorts face appears in a firework.) The face of Lord Voldemort has been spotted in a firework display by an amateur photographer - who has never seen Harry Potter. Muggles in Plymouth, Devon, were left stunned after He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named appeared at the British Fireworks Championships on Wednesday night. Trevor James, 50, captured the scary skull-like visage after he Potter-ed down to photograph the colourful explosions at Cattedown Wharves. The keen snapper, an oil refinery worker by day, didnt notice the wizardly shape until he checked his pictures at home. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1342.02/Credit:TREVOR JAMES / CATERS/SIPA/1508211349

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  • France School Lunches
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    France School Lunches 08/21/2015 Francois Mori/AP/SIPA FOR STORY FRANCE SCHOOL LUNCHES - FILE - In this May 6, 2014 file photo, French chef Xavier Lebeau poses with a plate of Quenelles de Brochet (pike fish) with Green Haricot beans and Champignons de Paris (Paris mushrooms), at the Saint Pierre de Chaillot school in Paris, France. France has been grappling with how to reconcile religious beliefs with secular values when it comes to pork in school lunches, with one lawmaker’s solution: vegetarian meals. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)/YPAR101/158512654324/HOLD FOR STORY FRANCE SCHOOL LUNCHES - FILE PHOTO DATED MAY 6 2014/1508211331
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    France School Lunches
    08/21/2015
    Francois Mori/AP/SIPA
    FOR STORY FRANCE SCHOOL LUNCHES - FILE - In this May 6, 2014 file photo, French chef Xavier Lebeau poses with a plate of Quenelles de Brochet (pike fish) with Green Haricot beans and Champignons de Paris (Paris mushrooms), at the Saint Pierre de Chaillot school in Paris, France. France has been grappling with how to reconcile religious beliefs with secular values when it comes to pork in school lunches, with one lawmaker’s solution: vegetarian meals. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)/YPAR101/158512654324/HOLD FOR STORY FRANCE SCHOOL LUNCHES - FILE PHOTO DATED MAY 6 2014/1508211331

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  • China : Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition in Taipei
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    China : Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition in Taipei 08/21/2015 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA Visitors watch the performance of the mechanical pipe organ at Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 21, 2015. The seven-day Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition was held in Syntrend Show in Taipei on Friday, displaying the new development of science and art with multimedia presentation. (Xinhua/Han Yuqing) /CHINENOUVELLE_2108.Cart.002/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508211324
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    China : Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition in Taipei
    08/21/2015
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    Visitors watch the performance of the mechanical pipe organ at Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, Aug. 21, 2015. The seven-day Taiwan Science and Art Exhibition was held in Syntrend Show in Taipei on Friday, displaying the new development of science and art with multimedia presentation. (Xinhua/Han Yuqing) /CHINENOUVELLE_2108.Cart.002/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1508211324

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  • Antelope cheated death by escaping the clutches of a hungry cheetah
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    Antelope cheated death by escaping the clutches of a hungry cheetah 08/21/2015 Manoj Shah/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: MAIN IMAGE: A cheetah digging it's claws into the hartebeest as it keeps running to try and break free. This antelope cheated death by escaping the clutches of a hungry cheetah - even though the fearsome predator had sunk his claws into its flank. The adult hartebeest was grazing when the cheetah - after slowly stalking closer to its prey - chased after the grassland antelope. The spotted predator was able to sink its claws into the fully-grown hartebeest before it lost its grip and the animal made its lucky escape. Despite the hartebeest being three times heavier than the cheetah, the carnivore stalked and chased the antelope for 12 minutes before being forced to give up and watch the terrified animal run away. The photos were captured by Manoj Shah in the Masai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Manoj Shah/Solent News ' Manoj Shah/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1315.02/Credit:Manoj Shah/Solent News/SIPA/1508211323
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    Antelope cheated death by escaping the clutches of a hungry cheetah
    08/21/2015
    Manoj Shah/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: MAIN IMAGE: A cheetah digging it's claws into the hartebeest as it keeps running to try and break free. This antelope cheated death by escaping the clutches of a hungry cheetah - even though the fearsome predator had sunk his claws into its flank. The adult hartebeest was grazing when the cheetah - after slowly stalking closer to its prey - chased after the grassland antelope. The spotted predator was able to sink its claws into the fully-grown hartebeest before it lost its grip and the animal made its lucky escape. Despite the hartebeest being three times heavier than the cheetah, the carnivore stalked and chased the antelope for 12 minutes before being forced to give up and watch the terrified animal run away. The photos were captured by Manoj Shah in the Masai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Manoj Shah/Solent News ' Manoj Shah/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1315.02/Credit:Manoj Shah/Solent News/SIPA/1508211323

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  • Climate change the Glacier des Bossons
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    Climate change the Glacier des Bossons 08/21/2015 KONRAD K./SIPA The retreat of Mer de glace glacier, mont blanc massif, Alps, France, between 2003 and 2015 due to recent global warming (Mont Blanc massif, France)/KONRADK_1245.04/Credit:KONRAD K./SIPA/1508211302
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    Climate change the Glacier des Bossons
    08/21/2015
    KONRAD K./SIPA
    The retreat of Mer de glace glacier, mont blanc massif, Alps, France, between 2003 and 2015 due to recent global warming (Mont Blanc massif, France)/KONRADK_1245.04/Credit:KONRAD K./SIPA/1508211302

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  • Britain Baby Elephant
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    Britain Baby Elephant 08/21/2015 Peter Byrne/AP/SIPA A baby Asian elephant takes her first steps into the public view at Chester Zoo, in Chester, England, Friday Aug. 21, 2015, The female elephant was born on Thursday to mum Thi Hi Way, but she has not yet been named. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES/LON801/985235553604/UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1508211249
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    Britain Baby Elephant
    08/21/2015
    Peter Byrne/AP/SIPA
    A baby Asian elephant takes her first steps into the public view at Chester Zoo, in Chester, England, Friday Aug. 21, 2015, The female elephant was born on Thursday to mum Thi Hi Way, but she has not yet been named. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES/LON801/985235553604/UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION/1508211249

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  • Phoques gris, baie de Somme
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    Phoques gris, baie de Somme 08/21/2015 William Abenhaim/SIPA Phoques gris et vaux marins de la baie de somme 530 individus sillonent les plages de la baie de somme ou ils sont proteges ./ABENHAIM_1228.01/Credit:William Abenhaim/SIPA/1508211250
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    Phoques gris, baie de Somme
    08/21/2015
    William Abenhaim/SIPA
    Phoques gris et vaux marins de la baie de somme 530 individus sillonent les plages de la baie de somme ou ils sont proteges ./ABENHAIM_1228.01/Credit:William Abenhaim/SIPA/1508211250

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  • Skull-shaped models made from sugar, Berlin, Germany - 30 Mar 2015
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    Skull-shaped models made from sugar, Berlin, Germany - 30 Mar 2015 08/21/2015 Joseph Marr/REX Shutter/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock (4979349a) A passion-fruit sugar skull, made from sugar heated to 186 degrees celsius Skull-shaped models made from sugar, Berlin, Germany - 30 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qusy A sculptor has created a series of tasty life-size skulls made from sugar. Australian artist Joseph Marr heats sugar to dangerously high temperatures of 186°C before moulding the gooey-substance into a spooky-skull-shape. As soon as the sugar begins too cool, Joseph has only a matter of minutes to shape the design. Joseph said: "Working with sugar is wonderful and difficult. It's so colourful and textural, having similarities to paint. But then there is the temperature which is firstly dangerous but also it drops so quickly which influences the viscosity, so I find myself having to work really quickly to get what I need." /Rex_Tasty_LifeSize_Skulls_Made_From_Sugar_4979349A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211232
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    Skull-shaped models made from sugar, Berlin, Germany - 30 Mar 2015
    08/21/2015
    Joseph Marr/REX Shutter/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock (4979349a) A passion-fruit sugar skull, made from sugar heated to 186 degrees celsius Skull-shaped models made from sugar, Berlin, Germany - 30 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qusy A sculptor has created a series of tasty life-size skulls made from sugar. Australian artist Joseph Marr heats sugar to dangerously high temperatures of 186°C before moulding the gooey-substance into a spooky-skull-shape. As soon as the sugar begins too cool, Joseph has only a matter of minutes to shape the design. Joseph said: "Working with sugar is wonderful and difficult. It's so colourful and textural, having similarities to paint. But then there is the temperature which is firstly dangerous but also it drops so quickly which influences the viscosity, so I find myself having to work really quickly to get what I need." /Rex_Tasty_LifeSize_Skulls_Made_From_Sugar_4979349A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Joseph Marr/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211232

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  • Sky Pool Plans Unveiled
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    Sky Pool Plans Unveiled 08/21/2015 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA An international property development company have announced plans for a glass bottom swimming pool suspended between two tall buildings. Eco World Ballymore reveals designs for the 35m high suspended swimming pool - named 'Sky Pool' - at Embassy Gardens at London’s Nine Elms on the South Bank. Designed by Arup Associates, with specialist input from Eckersley O’Callaghan and aquarium designers Reynolds, the pool will be entirely transparent and structure free, 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1.2m the experience is intended to be more akin to an aquarium than a pool, with glass that is 20cm thick. The world-first outdoor pool will link two residential buildings at the 10th storey and allow residents to swim from one building to the next. The sky deck at the top of the two buildings will incorporate a spa, summer bar and Orangery - as residents take in the views of iconic London landmarks icons which include: the Houses of Parliament, London Eye and new US Embassy located next door. The pool is the vision of Sean Mulryan, Chairman and CEO of Ballymore Group, working with the scheme’s architects Arup Associates. Ballymore are responsible for the development of Embassy Gardens with their development partners Eco World. Together they are developing the second phase as Eco World Ballymore. Embassy Gardens has taken design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick façades. The buildings that the pool link are part of the second phase of the development which will be released to market in September, soon after the first residents have started to move in following the completion of phase one. This landmark development will see the creation of nearly 2,000 new homes, stunning landscaped gardens and a riverfront walkway threading from Embassy Gardens to Battersea Park, vibrant new bars and restaurants and al fresco and community spaces. Sean Mulryan said: “My vision for the Sky Pool stemmed from
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    Sky Pool Plans Unveiled
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    An international property development company have announced plans for a glass bottom swimming pool suspended between two tall buildings. Eco World Ballymore reveals designs for the 35m high suspended swimming pool - named 'Sky Pool' - at Embassy Gardens at London’s Nine Elms on the South Bank. Designed by Arup Associates, with specialist input from Eckersley O’Callaghan and aquarium designers Reynolds, the pool will be entirely transparent and structure free, 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1.2m the experience is intended to be more akin to an aquarium than a pool, with glass that is 20cm thick. The world-first outdoor pool will link two residential buildings at the 10th storey and allow residents to swim from one building to the next. The sky deck at the top of the two buildings will incorporate a spa, summer bar and Orangery - as residents take in the views of iconic London landmarks icons which include: the Houses of Parliament, London Eye and new US Embassy located next door. The pool is the vision of Sean Mulryan, Chairman and CEO of Ballymore Group, working with the scheme’s architects Arup Associates. Ballymore are responsible for the development of Embassy Gardens with their development partners Eco World. Together they are developing the second phase as Eco World Ballymore. Embassy Gardens has taken design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick façades. The buildings that the pool link are part of the second phase of the development which will be released to market in September, soon after the first residents have started to move in following the completion of phase one. This landmark development will see the creation of nearly 2,000 new homes, stunning landscaped gardens and a riverfront walkway threading from Embassy Gardens to Battersea Park, vibrant new bars and restaurants and al fresco and community spaces. Sean Mulryan said: “My vision for the Sky Pool stemmed from

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  • Cat Emotion portraits by Andrew Marttila, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015
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    Cat Emotion portraits by Andrew Marttila, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 08/21/2015 Andrew Marttila/REX Shu/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock (4984561d) Tim Vengeful Cat Emotion portraits by Andrew Marttila, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qut7 What is your cat thinking when it looks at you? These amazing portraits seem to show a range of emotions, according to photographer Andrew Marttila. The 29-year-old Philadelphia-based pet photographer and self proclaimed "crazy cat man" says: "This series on emotions is to disprove the stereotype that cats are cold and aloof. "I want to show that cats are capable of a range of emotion, from serious to silly and everything in between." He has captioned his images with the cat's name and what he believes they were feeling when the portrait was taken. Examples include a cat called Una displaying 'innocence', Pudge looking 'exhausted' and Grendel appearing to be 'seething' after getting snow on its head. /Rex_Cat_Emotion_portraits_4984561D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211116
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    Cat Emotion portraits by Andrew Marttila, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock (4984561d) Tim Vengeful Cat Emotion portraits by Andrew Marttila, Philadelphia, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qut7 What is your cat thinking when it looks at you? These amazing portraits seem to show a range of emotions, according to photographer Andrew Marttila. The 29-year-old Philadelphia-based pet photographer and self proclaimed "crazy cat man" says: "This series on emotions is to disprove the stereotype that cats are cold and aloof. "I want to show that cats are capable of a range of emotion, from serious to silly and everything in between." He has captioned his images with the cat's name and what he believes they were feeling when the portrait was taken. Examples include a cat called Una displaying 'innocence', Pudge looking 'exhausted' and Grendel appearing to be 'seething' after getting snow on its head. /Rex_Cat_Emotion_portraits_4984561D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Andrew Marttila/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508211116

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    Philippines Daily Life 08/21/2015 Bullit Marquez/AP/SIPA A resident bathes his pet, an albino python, while working in his auto accessories shop at the financial district of Makati city east of Manila, Philippines Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)/XBM117/722146806563/1508211016
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    A resident bathes his pet, an albino python, while working in his auto accessories shop at the financial district of Makati city east of Manila, Philippines Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)/XBM117/722146806563/1508211016

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  • Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns gets adopted, Milpitas, California, America - Aug 2015
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    Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns gets adopted, Milpitas, California, America - Aug 2015 08/21/2015 HSSV/REX Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Jackie MacMillan/HSSV/REX Shutterstock. Please include link to shelter if possible: www.hssv.org. Only for use in story about HSSV animal shelter. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by HSSV/REX Shutterstock (4984546c) Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns gets adopted, Milpitas, California, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qur3 A puppy disfigured after its face suffered chemical burns has been adopted. The 11-month-old dog called Lisa found itself at the Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) animal shelter in Milpitas, California. When the non-profit facility held an adoption event last weekend, the unusual-looking pup found a new home with the Doblar family. Christine Doblar says her two daughters have decided to rename their new pet Lucky. She says: "She is a precious girl! We adore her! She has the entire family wrapped around her tiny little paw!" /Rex_Lisa_the_puppy_with_facial_chemical_burns_4984546C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jackie MacMillan/HSSV/REX Shutterstock. Please include link to shelter if possible: www.hssv.org. Only for use in story about HSSV animal shelter. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's p/1508210956
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    Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns gets adopted, Milpitas, California, America - Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Jackie MacMillan/HSSV/REX Shutterstock. Please include link to shelter if possible: www.hssv.org. Only for use in story about HSSV animal shelter. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by HSSV/REX Shutterstock (4984546c) Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns Lisa the puppy with facial chemical burns gets adopted, Milpitas, California, America - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qur3 A puppy disfigured after its face suffered chemical burns has been adopted. The 11-month-old dog called Lisa found itself at the Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) animal shelter in Milpitas, California. When the non-profit facility held an adoption event last weekend, the unusual-looking pup found a new home with the Doblar family. Christine Doblar says her two daughters have decided to rename their new pet Lucky. She says: "She is a precious girl! We adore her! She has the entire family wrapped around her tiny little paw!" /Rex_Lisa_the_puppy_with_facial_chemical_burns_4984546C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Jackie MacMillan/HSSV/REX Shutterstock. Please include link to shelter if possible: www.hssv.org. Only for use in story about HSSV animal shelter. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's p/1508210956

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  • Company design colourful taxi fabric, India - Aug 2015
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    Company design colourful taxi fabric, India - Aug 2015 08/21/2015 Taxi Fabric/REX Shutter/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock (4979320k) The fabric before it was attached to the interior of the taxi Company design colourful taxi fabric, India - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/ququ A company has kitted out Mumbai taxis with colourful, symbol fabrics for the interior. Taxis in India, particularly in Mumbai, are not only the most convenient form of transport but have also become an iconic piece of culture. Although a lot of attention is given to each taxi by its driver, to make a taxi stand out from his competitors, very little thought has been given to the fabric used on the seats. The designs that cover the taxi seats are often dull and forgettable. And with the design talent Mumbai has to offer, this shouldn't be the case. /Rex_Mumbai_taxis_get_stunning_makeover_4979320K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508210941
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    Company design colourful taxi fabric, India - Aug 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock (4979320k) The fabric before it was attached to the interior of the taxi Company design colourful taxi fabric, India - Aug 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/ququ A company has kitted out Mumbai taxis with colourful, symbol fabrics for the interior. Taxis in India, particularly in Mumbai, are not only the most convenient form of transport but have also become an iconic piece of culture. Although a lot of attention is given to each taxi by its driver, to make a taxi stand out from his competitors, very little thought has been given to the fabric used on the seats. The designs that cover the taxi seats are often dull and forgettable. And with the design talent Mumbai has to offer, this shouldn't be the case. /Rex_Mumbai_taxis_get_stunning_makeover_4979320K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Taxi Fabric/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1508210941

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  • Friskies Create and Taste Kitchen Press Preview, New York, America - 20 Aug 2015
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    Friskies Create and Taste Kitchen Press Preview, New York, America - 20 Aug 2015 08/21/2015 MediaPunch/REX Shutters/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by MediaPunch/REX Shutterstock (4984547a) Grumpy Cat Friskies Create and Taste Kitchen Press Preview, New York, America - 20 Aug 2015 /Rex_Grumpy_Cat_in_New_York_4984547A//1508210941
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    Friskies Create and Taste Kitchen Press Preview, New York, America - 20 Aug 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by MediaPunch/REX Shutterstock (4984547a) Grumpy Cat Friskies Create and Taste Kitchen Press Preview, New York, America - 20 Aug 2015 /Rex_Grumpy_Cat_in_New_York_4984547A//1508210941

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