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  • Endangered Rhino guarded
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    Endangered Rhino guarded 04/17/2015 OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY/CAT/SIPA PIC FROM: OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A close-up shot of Sudan in his enclosure.) He is the last of a proud species, but now this rhino requires round-the-clock protection to stop it being struck down by callous poachers. The last remaining male northern white rhino, named Sudan, is guarded day and night by rangers at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya and is fitted with radio transmitters to watch his every move. Two female northern white rhinos remain with Sudan at the conservancy with two more females in captivity, but all attempts to breed Sudan have been unsuccessful. His ivory horn has also been removed to deter the advances of ruthless poachers, who have wiped out Sudans ancestors and sold their horns for big money in Asia, where the ivory is believed to be a cure for several ailments. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111303/Credit:OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY/CAT/SIPA/1504171145
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    Endangered Rhino guarded
    04/17/2015
    OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY/CAT/SIPA
    PIC FROM: OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A close-up shot of Sudan in his enclosure.) He is the last of a proud species, but now this rhino requires round-the-clock protection to stop it being struck down by callous poachers. The last remaining male northern white rhino, named Sudan, is guarded day and night by rangers at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya and is fitted with radio transmitters to watch his every move. Two female northern white rhinos remain with Sudan at the conservancy with two more females in captivity, but all attempts to breed Sudan have been unsuccessful. His ivory horn has also been removed to deter the advances of ruthless poachers, who have wiped out Sudans ancestors and sold their horns for big money in Asia, where the ivory is believed to be a cure for several ailments. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111303/Credit:OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY/CAT/SIPA/1504171145

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  • Elephant Thinks Its A Giraffe
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    Elephant Thinks Its A Giraffe 04/17/2015 GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS /SIPA PIC BY GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant) - A hungry elephant has been caught on camera teetering up on its hind legs and stretching to reach food- just like its fellow safari animal the GIRAFFE. The confused elephant can be seen reaching up into the branches of the t rees to try and reach some food. Giovanni Casini, 35, from Pisa, Italy took these stunning pictures in Mana Pools Park, in the north of Zimbabwe. Giovanni, who is currently living in South Africa, started taking pictures as a hobby four years ago but he was amazed to catch this hungry elephant on camera, acting just like a giraffe. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112605/Credit:GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS /SIPA/1504171145
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    Elephant Thinks Its A Giraffe
    04/17/2015
    GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant) - A hungry elephant has been caught on camera teetering up on its hind legs and stretching to reach food- just like its fellow safari animal the GIRAFFE. The confused elephant can be seen reaching up into the branches of the t rees to try and reach some food. Giovanni Casini, 35, from Pisa, Italy took these stunning pictures in Mana Pools Park, in the north of Zimbabwe. Giovanni, who is currently living in South Africa, started taking pictures as a hobby four years ago but he was amazed to catch this hungry elephant on camera, acting just like a giraffe. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112605/Credit:GIOVANNI CASINI / CATERS /SIPA/1504171145

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  • Quadruple Amputee Dog Brutus
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    Quadruple Amputee Dog Brutus 04/17/2015 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY/SIPA PIC FROM COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Brutus the dog wearing a set of prosthetic limbs.) A dog who had all four of his legs amputated is making a PAW-esome recovery thanks to a set of prosthetic limbs. Quadruple amputee Brutus has a new leash of life since being fitted with the prosthetic allowing him to walk again. The two-year-old Rottweiler, who lives with his owners in Loveland, Colorado, USA, is only the second dog to survive on four artificial limbs. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112611/Credit:COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY/SIPA/1504171145
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    Quadruple Amputee Dog Brutus
    04/17/2015
    COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY/SIPA
    PIC FROM COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Brutus the dog wearing a set of prosthetic limbs.) A dog who had all four of his legs amputated is making a PAW-esome recovery thanks to a set of prosthetic limbs. Quadruple amputee Brutus has a new leash of life since being fitted with the prosthetic allowing him to walk again. The two-year-old Rottweiler, who lives with his owners in Loveland, Colorado, USA, is only the second dog to survive on four artificial limbs. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112611/Credit:COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY/SIPA/1504171145

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  • Handstanding Impala
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    Handstanding Impala 04/17/2015 CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ed Raubenheimer ) - This flexible impala is showing off its amazing acrobatic skills as it leaps through the wilderness. This amazing moment in nature has been captured on camera by photographer Ed Raubenheimer, 69, from Pretoria, South Africa. Ed took these stunning shots in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_11405/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504171145
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    Handstanding Impala
    04/17/2015
    CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ed Raubenheimer ) - This flexible impala is showing off its amazing acrobatic skills as it leaps through the wilderness. This amazing moment in nature has been captured on camera by photographer Ed Raubenheimer, 69, from Pretoria, South Africa. Ed took these stunning shots in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_11405/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504171145

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  • Extraordinary World Phenomenons
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    Extraordinary World Phenomenons 04/17/2015 ARDEA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA MANDATORY BYLINE - PIC BY STEFFEN AND ALEXANDRA SAILER / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured The Moeraki Boulders of New ZealandÊ - The gigantic boulders started forming on the ocean floor and can now been seen sitting mysteriously on the coastline thanks to centuries of erosion.) - From the vivid colours of a beautiful hot spring to a random rock formation that looks just like an elephant - these are the extraordinary phenomenons of the natural world. The outlandish landscapes might look like something from another planet but they are in fact completely natural eccentricities. And while these mind-blowing quirks of Mother Nature might continue to puzzle scientists, they also continue to draw in tourists fascinated by the surreal spectacles. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113715/Credit:ARDEA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504171145
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    Extraordinary World Phenomenons
    04/17/2015
    ARDEA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    MANDATORY BYLINE - PIC BY STEFFEN AND ALEXANDRA SAILER / ARDEA / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured The Moeraki Boulders of New ZealandÊ - The gigantic boulders started forming on the ocean floor and can now been seen sitting mysteriously on the coastline thanks to centuries of erosion.) - From the vivid colours of a beautiful hot spring to a random rock formation that looks just like an elephant - these are the extraordinary phenomenons of the natural world. The outlandish landscapes might look like something from another planet but they are in fact completely natural eccentricities. And while these mind-blowing quirks of Mother Nature might continue to puzzle scientists, they also continue to draw in tourists fascinated by the surreal spectacles. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113715/Credit:ARDEA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504171145

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  • Ginger hair school ban
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    Ginger hair school ban 04/17/2015 LOUISE PORTER/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Emily Reay) - A talented teenage musician has been banned from school for being GINGER. Emily Reay has been barred from class just two months before her A-level exams until she dyes her hair a more natural colour. The pretty 17-year-old has sported the same vibrant locks for the last three years, but on her return to Trinity School in Carlisle, Cumbria, after Easter, the school decided the colour was inappropriate. Devastated Emily, who is naturally auburn, has now been told she cannot return to lessons until she changes her appearance. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_084804/Credit:LOUISE PORTER/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504170904
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    Ginger hair school ban
    04/17/2015
    LOUISE PORTER/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Emily Reay) - A talented teenage musician has been banned from school for being GINGER. Emily Reay has been barred from class just two months before her A-level exams until she dyes her hair a more natural colour. The pretty 17-year-old has sported the same vibrant locks for the last three years, but on her return to Trinity School in Carlisle, Cumbria, after Easter, the school decided the colour was inappropriate. Devastated Emily, who is naturally auburn, has now been told she cannot return to lessons until she changes her appearance. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_084804/Credit:LOUISE PORTER/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504170904

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  • Craziest Pet Xrays
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    Craziest Pet Xrays 04/17/2015 VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS//SIPA PIC FROM VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chole the Dog ate 70 hair bands.) They ate what?! The bizarre items that pets have gobbled down have been captured in astonishing x-rays released by vets competing for the most unbelievable radiograph. While their owners backs were turned for just a moment, these hungry pets managed to scoff sewing needles, bra straps and even knives./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_085521/Credit:VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS//SIPA/1504170904
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    Craziest Pet Xrays
    04/17/2015
    VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS//SIPA
    PIC FROM VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chole the Dog ate 70 hair bands.) They ate what?! The bizarre items that pets have gobbled down have been captured in astonishing x-rays released by vets competing for the most unbelievable radiograph. While their owners backs were turned for just a moment, these hungry pets managed to scoff sewing needles, bra straps and even knives./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_085521/Credit:VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS//SIPA/1504170904

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  • Big Ben the Lamb
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    Big Ben the Lamb 04/16/2015 HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS NE/SIPA PIC FROM HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: BIG BEN THE LAMB WITH HIS MOTHER, AT MANOR FARM, HOBY, LEICESTERSHIRE, ON 14 APRIL 2015.) - Lambing season is full of surprises for many farms, but one in rural Leicestershire has welcomed a new arrival weighing TWICE as much as it should. The adorable black Suffolk lamb, which has been given the fitting name Big Ben, was born last Tuesday at Manor Farm in Hoby, near Melton Mowbray weighing a whopping 20 POUNDS. It is no wonder, then, that it took shepherd John Hendy and three helpers THREE HOURS to deliver the stocky bundle of joy. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1251022/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS NE/SIPA/1504161305
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    Big Ben the Lamb
    04/16/2015
    HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC FROM HARRY WHITEHEAD / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: BIG BEN THE LAMB WITH HIS MOTHER, AT MANOR FARM, HOBY, LEICESTERSHIRE, ON 14 APRIL 2015.) - Lambing season is full of surprises for many farms, but one in rural Leicestershire has welcomed a new arrival weighing TWICE as much as it should. The adorable black Suffolk lamb, which has been given the fitting name Big Ben, was born last Tuesday at Manor Farm in Hoby, near Melton Mowbray weighing a whopping 20 POUNDS. It is no wonder, then, that it took shepherd John Hendy and three helpers THREE HOURS to deliver the stocky bundle of joy. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1251022/Credit:HARRY WHITEHEAD/CATERS NE/SIPA/1504161305

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  • 38 Weddings Around the World
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    38 Weddings Around the World 04/16/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Cheetah and Rhiann Platt, ellora and ajanta caves in India) - An adventurous couple have embarked on what might be the longest wedding ever in an incredible journey of a continuous celebration of their love. The goal of the trip, which began on February 8th and ends on 28th April, is to have 38 wedding ceremonies, across all six continents, in 12 countries including Columbia, Spain, Morocco, India, Thailand, Singapore, Fiji and Australia. So far the inventive duo, both actors and professional acrobats, have made their pledges 23 times and have another 15 I dos to go. Cheetah and Rhiann Platt, who own an aerialist performance equipment company called Aerial Essentials, met at a gym in 2013 where they had an instant connection. A year later they decided to tie the knot. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504161301
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    38 Weddings Around the World
    04/16/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Cheetah and Rhiann Platt, ellora and ajanta caves in India) - An adventurous couple have embarked on what might be the longest wedding ever in an incredible journey of a continuous celebration of their love. The goal of the trip, which began on February 8th and ends on 28th April, is to have 38 wedding ceremonies, across all six continents, in 12 countries including Columbia, Spain, Morocco, India, Thailand, Singapore, Fiji and Australia. So far the inventive duo, both actors and professional acrobats, have made their pledges 23 times and have another 15 I dos to go. Cheetah and Rhiann Platt, who own an aerialist performance equipment company called Aerial Essentials, met at a gym in 2013 where they had an instant connection. A year later they decided to tie the knot. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504161301

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  • Indonesia Chicken standing upright
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    Indonesia Chicken standing upright 04/16/2015 Ronny Adolof Buol/Pacific/SIPA A cock in the village of Tombariri with physical oddities which could stand up straight and walk upright. Because of its rarity, the chicken was offered fifty million Rupiah, but the owner did not want to sell it, according to the owner the cock brings good luck./PACIFICPRESS_080501/Credit:Ronny Adolof Buol/Pacific/SIPA/1504160823
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    Indonesia Chicken standing upright
    04/16/2015
    Ronny Adolof Buol/Pacific/SIPA
    A cock in the village of Tombariri with physical oddities which could stand up straight and walk upright. Because of its rarity, the chicken was offered fifty million Rupiah, but the owner did not want to sell it, according to the owner the cock brings good luck./PACIFICPRESS_080501/Credit:Ronny Adolof Buol/Pacific/SIPA/1504160823

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  • Rainbow Ice Caves
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    Rainbow Ice Caves 04/15/2015 DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The natural rainbow colours in the ice caves) - Remote ice caves appear in a kaleidoscope of colours in these stunning shots. Denis Budkov, 35, trekked inside the dangerous caves - which could collapse at any moment - to capture the colourful scenes. The rainbow caves are given their various colours by light refracting through the ice - with the thicker the ice, the more emerald they appear. And Denis, from Kamchatka, in the Russian Far East, also decided to add his own take - by lighting flares to turn the normally blue hues into dark reds. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1810/Credit:DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504151813
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    Rainbow Ice Caves
    04/15/2015
    DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The natural rainbow colours in the ice caves) - Remote ice caves appear in a kaleidoscope of colours in these stunning shots. Denis Budkov, 35, trekked inside the dangerous caves - which could collapse at any moment - to capture the colourful scenes. The rainbow caves are given their various colours by light refracting through the ice - with the thicker the ice, the more emerald they appear. And Denis, from Kamchatka, in the Russian Far East, also decided to add his own take - by lighting flares to turn the normally blue hues into dark reds. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1810/Credit:DENIS BUDKOV/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504151813

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  • Uk Fairytale Castle for Cinderella
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    Uk Fairytale Castle for Cinderella 04/15/2015 LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS N/SIPA PIC FROM LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: THE GRAND STAIR CASE) - A stunning castle fit for a princess has gone on sale for half the price of the average flat in central London. Its not hard to imagine Lily James Cinderella running down the steps of this 13th century castle in the Dordogne, France. But the huge property complete with 14 bedrooms, the same number of bathrooms and a suit of armour - is on sale for just 703,400, just over half the cost of the average flat in Central London. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_171412/Credit:LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS N/SIPA/1504151720
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    Uk Fairytale Castle for Cinderella
    04/15/2015
    LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS N/SIPA
    PIC FROM LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: THE GRAND STAIR CASE) - A stunning castle fit for a princess has gone on sale for half the price of the average flat in central London. Its not hard to imagine Lily James Cinderella running down the steps of this 13th century castle in the Dordogne, France. But the huge property complete with 14 bedrooms, the same number of bathrooms and a suit of armour - is on sale for just 703,400, just over half the cost of the average flat in Central London. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_171412/Credit:LUXURYESTATE.COM/CATERS N/SIPA/1504151720

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  • Scottish Couple Marry Inside Beautiful Icelandic Cave
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    Scottish Couple Marry Inside Beautiful Icelandic Cave 04/15/2015 Miss Ann/HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - SCOTTISH COUPLE MARRY INSIDE BEAUTIFUL ICELANDIC CAVE –IN PIC- Paul and Marc tied the knot in the depths of the atmospheric cave in the desert region of the Myrdalsjokull glacier, in southern Iceland. - BEAUTIFULLY lit by the dim glow of lanterns, a cave in Iceland is transformed into the perfect wedding venue. Scottish couple Paul and Marc Aitken married in the unusual setting, located in the desert region of the Myrdalsjokull glacier, in southern Iceland. The duo, of Glasgow, tied the knot in the depths of the atmospheric cave in a ceremony officiated by a traditional Icelandic Asatru priest. Paul, 31, a project manager said: “We like to do things a little differently so from the outset we knew we weren’t planning a traditional wedding..………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_170507/Credit:Miss Ann/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504151711
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    Scottish Couple Marry Inside Beautiful Icelandic Cave
    04/15/2015
    Miss Ann/HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - SCOTTISH COUPLE MARRY INSIDE BEAUTIFUL ICELANDIC CAVE –IN PIC- Paul and Marc tied the knot in the depths of the atmospheric cave in the desert region of the Myrdalsjokull glacier, in southern Iceland. - BEAUTIFULLY lit by the dim glow of lanterns, a cave in Iceland is transformed into the perfect wedding venue. Scottish couple Paul and Marc Aitken married in the unusual setting, located in the desert region of the Myrdalsjokull glacier, in southern Iceland. The duo, of Glasgow, tied the knot in the depths of the atmospheric cave in a ceremony officiated by a traditional Icelandic Asatru priest. Paul, 31, a project manager said: “We like to do things a little differently so from the outset we knew we weren’t planning a traditional wedding..………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_170507/Credit:Miss Ann/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504151711

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  • Costa Rica Beautiful Hummingbirds show off their colours
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    Costa Rica Beautiful Hummingbirds show off their colours 04/15/2015 Daniel Parent/ HotSpot Me/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - BEAUTIFUL HUMMINGBIRDS SHOW OFF THEIR COLOURS™IN PIC- A colourful hummingbird pausing for a feed in Rio Segundo, Costa Rica.- From vibrant blues to dazzling oranges, these eye catching hummingbirds proudly show off their impressive colours. Daniel Parent photographed the birds as they fed from an array of tropical flowers in Rio Segundo, Costa Rica. The 53-year-old photographer, of Gatineau, Quebec, says: “These little creatures are truly a spectacle to witnessŽŽ.SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_125022/Credit:Daniel Parent/ HotSpot Me/SIPA/1504151302
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    Costa Rica Beautiful Hummingbirds show off their colours
    04/15/2015
    Daniel Parent/ HotSpot Me/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - BEAUTIFUL HUMMINGBIRDS SHOW OFF THEIR COLOURS™IN PIC- A colourful hummingbird pausing for a feed in Rio Segundo, Costa Rica.- From vibrant blues to dazzling oranges, these eye catching hummingbirds proudly show off their impressive colours. Daniel Parent photographed the birds as they fed from an array of tropical flowers in Rio Segundo, Costa Rica. The 53-year-old photographer, of Gatineau, Quebec, says: “These little creatures are truly a spectacle to witnessŽŽ.SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_125022/Credit:Daniel Parent/ HotSpot Me/SIPA/1504151302

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  • Uk Biggest Simpson fan has 100000 Pounds collection
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    Uk Biggest Simpson fan has 100000 Pounds collection 04/14/2015 Matthew Horwood/HotSpot M/SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - UK'S BIGGEST SIMPSONS FAN HAS £100K COLLECTION - IN PIC - Simpsons superfan Glyn Culliford, with his 130 mint condition boxed figurines, which cost him over £1,000 in total.- A Simpsons superfan who spent 26 years buying memorabilia now has a collection worth over £100k. Glyn Culliford, 38, from Merthyr Tydfil, began his collection aged 12, after his mum Sue, now in her late 60s, bought him a Simpsons t-shirt in the 90s. Since then, the Welshman has filled his home with memorabilia, from limited edition life-size figures of the iconic American family to Australian cans of Duff beer....HOTSPOT MEDIA 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_164007/Credit:Matthew Horwood/HotSpot M/SIPA/1504141647
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    Uk Biggest Simpson fan has 100000 Pounds collection
    04/14/2015
    Matthew Horwood/HotSpot M/SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - UK'S BIGGEST SIMPSONS FAN HAS £100K COLLECTION - IN PIC - Simpsons superfan Glyn Culliford, with his 130 mint condition boxed figurines, which cost him over £1,000 in total.- A Simpsons superfan who spent 26 years buying memorabilia now has a collection worth over £100k. Glyn Culliford, 38, from Merthyr Tydfil, began his collection aged 12, after his mum Sue, now in her late 60s, bought him a Simpsons t-shirt in the 90s. Since then, the Welshman has filled his home with memorabilia, from limited edition life-size figures of the iconic American family to Australian cans of Duff beer....HOTSPOT MEDIA 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_164007/Credit:Matthew Horwood/HotSpot M/SIPA/1504141647

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  • England Little Planets
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    England Little Planets 04/14/2015 ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS /SIPA PIC BY ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: large prehistoric stone circle, In the Village of Avebury, Wiltshire) - A crafty photographer has turned some unlikely British spots into stunning 360C shots that are bound to turn heads. Snap-happy Anthony Barbour takes his camera with him whenever he walks around his hometown of Liverpool or travels across the country. His pictures showcase Shefton Park and One Shopping Centre in Liverpool, Mudeford Beach and Durdle Door in Dorset, Burley Village in the New Forest and the valleys of North Wales, among others. Once the 33-year-old finds the right location, he will spend hours slowly rotating in one sport taking the 50 pictures he needs to create just one image. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141116/Credit:ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS /SIPA/1504141218
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    England Little Planets
    04/14/2015
    ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: large prehistoric stone circle, In the Village of Avebury, Wiltshire) - A crafty photographer has turned some unlikely British spots into stunning 360C shots that are bound to turn heads. Snap-happy Anthony Barbour takes his camera with him whenever he walks around his hometown of Liverpool or travels across the country. His pictures showcase Shefton Park and One Shopping Centre in Liverpool, Mudeford Beach and Durdle Door in Dorset, Burley Village in the New Forest and the valleys of North Wales, among others. Once the 33-year-old finds the right location, he will spend hours slowly rotating in one sport taking the 50 pictures he needs to create just one image. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141116/Credit:ANTONY J BARBOUR/ CATERS /SIPA/1504141218

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  • Uk chemistry lecturer uses her own SKIN to teach her pharmacy students about drugs and molecules
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    Uk chemistry lecturer uses her own SKIN to teach her pharmacy students about drugs and molecules 04/14/2015 R.Howarth/MERCURY PRESS/C/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: DR. ZOE WALLER)A chemistry lecturer uses her own SKIN to teach her pharmacy students about drugs and molecules. Dr. Zoe Waller, 31 teaches at the University of East Anglia and also suffers from the skin condition dermatographia. However, instead of hiding away her condition, Zoe is using it as a teaching aid. Her students are required to learn one hundred drugs for their course and each day Zoe will draw a new one on her skin. SEE MERCURY COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_115214/Credit:R.Howarth/MERCURY PRESS/C/SIPA/1504141203
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    Uk chemistry lecturer uses her own SKIN to teach her pharmacy students about drugs and molecules
    04/14/2015
    R.Howarth/MERCURY PRESS/C/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: DR. ZOE WALLER)A chemistry lecturer uses her own SKIN to teach her pharmacy students about drugs and molecules. Dr. Zoe Waller, 31 teaches at the University of East Anglia and also suffers from the skin condition dermatographia. However, instead of hiding away her condition, Zoe is using it as a teaching aid. Her students are required to learn one hundred drugs for their course and each day Zoe will draw a new one on her skin. SEE MERCURY COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_115214/Credit:R.Howarth/MERCURY PRESS/C/SIPA/1504141203

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  • Animals at the Sydney Cats and Dogs Home, Australia - 08 Apr 2015
    REX40369065
    Animals at the Sydney Cats and Dogs Home, Australia - 08 Apr 2015 04/14/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4656344b) 'Chai' the pug with 'Lola' the kitten Animals at the Sydney Cats and Dogs Home, Australia - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Sydney_Cats_and_Dogs_Home_4656344B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1504141032
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    Animals at the Sydney Cats and Dogs Home, Australia - 08 Apr 2015
    04/14/2015
    Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4656344b) 'Chai' the pug with 'Lola' the kitten Animals at the Sydney Cats and Dogs Home, Australia - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Sydney_Cats_and_Dogs_Home_4656344B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1504141032

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  • Baby King Penguin born at Sea World, Queensland, Australia - 13 Apr 2015
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    Baby King Penguin born at Sea World, Queensland, Australia - 13 Apr 2015 04/14/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4656342b) King penguin 'Leon' with her newborn chick Baby King Penguin born at Sea World, Queensland, Australia - 13 Apr 2015 King penguin 'Leon' is seen with her newborn chick at Sea World in Queensland, Australia. The new arrival is the first king penguin bred since the opening of the $12 million enclosure four years ago. According to keepers the baby, whose gender is not yet known, has tripled in weight to 450 grams since hatching three weeks ago. Keeper Jeff Hancock says: "This is our first king penguin chick hatched at Sea World so it is an exciting time for everyone. Leon has chosen a nest site only centimetres away from a viewing window so our visitors can get a close encounter with the new chick." /Rex_Baby_King_Penguin_4656342B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1504141028
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    Baby King Penguin born at Sea World, Queensland, Australia - 13 Apr 2015
    04/14/2015
    Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4656342b) King penguin 'Leon' with her newborn chick Baby King Penguin born at Sea World, Queensland, Australia - 13 Apr 2015 King penguin 'Leon' is seen with her newborn chick at Sea World in Queensland, Australia. The new arrival is the first king penguin bred since the opening of the $12 million enclosure four years ago. According to keepers the baby, whose gender is not yet known, has tripled in weight to 450 grams since hatching three weeks ago. Keeper Jeff Hancock says: "This is our first king penguin chick hatched at Sea World so it is an exciting time for everyone. Leon has chosen a nest site only centimetres away from a viewing window so our visitors can get a close encounter with the new chick." /Rex_Baby_King_Penguin_4656342B/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1504141028

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  • Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka - 22 Mar 2015
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    Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka - 22 Mar 2015 04/14/2015 Paul Goldstein/REX Shut/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Paul Goldstein's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/REX Shutterstock (4588168a) Russell's viper sri Lanka Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka - 22 Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q824 A Russell's viper is one of Asia's most venomous snakes. On land. However, if you find one four hundred metres out in the Indian ocean, it is less threatening. Guide, award winning photographer and presenter Paul Goldstein was leading a photographic marine safari for UK adventure travel specialist Exodus when they came across this species. /Rex_Russells_viper_snake_found_in_Indian_Ocean_4588168A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Paul Goldstein's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1504141002
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    Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka - 22 Mar 2015
    04/14/2015
    Paul Goldstein/REX Shut/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Paul Goldstein's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Goldstein/REX Shutterstock (4588168a) Russell's viper sri Lanka Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka - 22 Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q824 A Russell's viper is one of Asia's most venomous snakes. On land. However, if you find one four hundred metres out in the Indian ocean, it is less threatening. Guide, award winning photographer and presenter Paul Goldstein was leading a photographic marine safari for UK adventure travel specialist Exodus when they came across this species. /Rex_Russells_viper_snake_found_in_Indian_Ocean_4588168A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Goldstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Paul Goldstein's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1504141002

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  • Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina - Mar 2015
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    Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina - Mar 2015 04/14/2015 REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4648031r) Food is prepared for the guests in the kitchen of the estancia Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina - Mar 2015 /Rex_Estancia_Los_Potreros_Cordoba_Argentina_Mar_4648031R//1504140029
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    Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina - Mar 2015
    04/14/2015
    REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4648031r) Food is prepared for the guests in the kitchen of the estancia Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba, Argentina - Mar 2015 /Rex_Estancia_Los_Potreros_Cordoba_Argentina_Mar_4648031R//1504140029

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  • Bulgaria: Fighting and Horse Riding Spectacle
    00710443
    Bulgaria: Fighting and Horse Riding Spectacle 04/14/2015 Hristo Vladev/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA The Bagatur School for Ancient Bulgarian Martial Arts demonstrates combat techniques and weapons, rituals and dances of the Proto Bulgarians, Thracians and Slavs. The performance took place on the National Hippodrome Bankya, near Sofia. /PACIFICPRESS_PACIFC26/Credit:Hristo Vladev/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA/1504140756
    00710443
    Bulgaria: Fighting and Horse Riding Spectacle
    04/14/2015
    Hristo Vladev/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA
    The Bagatur School for Ancient Bulgarian Martial Arts demonstrates combat techniques and weapons, rituals and dances of the Proto Bulgarians, Thracians and Slavs. The performance took place on the National Hippodrome Bankya, near Sofia. /PACIFICPRESS_PACIFC26/Credit:Hristo Vladev/PACIFIC PRE/SIPA/1504140756

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  • Chameleon Body Art
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    Chameleon Body Art 04/13/2015 JOHANNES STOTTER /CATERS NEWS /SIPA PIC FROM JOHANNES STOTTER / CATERS - We all know chameleons are good at hiding, but this clever reptile - which is actually two painted women - might be the ultimate master of disguise. This incredible body art, by talented artist Johannes Sttter, shows a vibrantly coloured chameleon resting on a juicy green branch. The Italian artist created this piece, entitled The Chameleon, by transforming two naked models into an optical illusion inspired by the colour-shifting creature. Having previously transformed his models into frogs and parrots, this may be the 37 year olds most intricate and impressive piece to date. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1852202/Credit:JOHANNES STOTTER /CATERS /SIPA/1504131856
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    Chameleon Body Art
    04/13/2015
    JOHANNES STOTTER /CATERS NEWS /SIPA
    PIC FROM JOHANNES STOTTER / CATERS - We all know chameleons are good at hiding, but this clever reptile - which is actually two painted women - might be the ultimate master of disguise. This incredible body art, by talented artist Johannes Sttter, shows a vibrantly coloured chameleon resting on a juicy green branch. The Italian artist created this piece, entitled The Chameleon, by transforming two naked models into an optical illusion inspired by the colour-shifting creature. Having previously transformed his models into frogs and parrots, this may be the 37 year olds most intricate and impressive piece to date. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1852202/Credit:JOHANNES STOTTER /CATERS /SIPA/1504131856

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  • Usa Whale Nearly Swallows Pelican
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    Usa Whale Nearly Swallows Pelican 04/13/2015 ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NEWS *PIC 1/12* - (PICTURED The Pelican spotted in the mouth of the humpback whale, Port San Luis Harbour, Avila Beach, California)A pelican was seen getting in a flap after nearly being swallowed whole by a humpback whale. Spotted deep inside the mouth of the huge mammal, the bird brain looks sure to go to its watery grave. But in a stroke of incredible good fortune, it seems the whale decided that bird wasnt on the menu that day. Taken by US photographer, Robert Bishop, 65, the whale is then seen opening its mouth to let the large bird go free. **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND** /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1814002/Credit:ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504131818
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    Usa Whale Nearly Swallows Pelican
    04/13/2015
    ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NEWS *PIC 1/12* - (PICTURED The Pelican spotted in the mouth of the humpback whale, Port San Luis Harbour, Avila Beach, California)A pelican was seen getting in a flap after nearly being swallowed whole by a humpback whale. Spotted deep inside the mouth of the huge mammal, the bird brain looks sure to go to its watery grave. But in a stroke of incredible good fortune, it seems the whale decided that bird wasnt on the menu that day. Taken by US photographer, Robert Bishop, 65, the whale is then seen opening its mouth to let the large bird go free. **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND** /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1814002/Credit:ROBERT BISHOP / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504131818

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  • Celeb Bum Paintings
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    Celeb Bum Paintings 04/13/2015 CATALINA VIEJO/CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY CATALINA VIEJO / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rhianna) - An artist has created a unique series of celeBUTTy portraits - painting famous stars rear ends. Catalina Viejos works include the derrieres of Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Beyonce. In total, Catalina, from New York, USA, painted 42 miniature works, which dont feature any faces and cost up to 0 (60). The bite-sized series is aptly titled A View of the End and is currently on display at SHAG Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_180807/Credit:CATALINA VIEJO/CATERS NEW/SIPA/1504131813
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    Celeb Bum Paintings
    04/13/2015
    CATALINA VIEJO/CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY CATALINA VIEJO / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rhianna) - An artist has created a unique series of celeBUTTy portraits - painting famous stars rear ends. Catalina Viejos works include the derrieres of Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Beyonce. In total, Catalina, from New York, USA, painted 42 miniature works, which dont feature any faces and cost up to 0 (60). The bite-sized series is aptly titled A View of the End and is currently on display at SHAG Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_180807/Credit:CATALINA VIEJO/CATERS NEW/SIPA/1504131813

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  • Emma Walker anorexia
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    Emma Walker anorexia 04/13/2015 MIKEY JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Emma Walkers side profile whilst eating just 200 calories a day) - A brave anorexic teenager whose weight nose-dived dangerously has spoken out about her hellish ordeal. Emma Walker, 15 from Blaby, Leicestershire, spent last summer obsessing over pictures of skinny celebrities and started a drastic weight loss programme. After eating less food and doing more exercise, the 5 ft. 5 inch teens weight plummeted to just five-and-a-half stone by the time she returned to school in September and she was surviving on just 200 calories a day. After two stints in hospital and rigorous counselling sessions, Emma now weighs a much healthier eight stone says she wants to help other anorexia sufferers out of their plight. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_177114/Credit:MIKEY JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504131723
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    Emma Walker anorexia
    04/13/2015
    MIKEY JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Emma Walkers side profile whilst eating just 200 calories a day) - A brave anorexic teenager whose weight nose-dived dangerously has spoken out about her hellish ordeal. Emma Walker, 15 from Blaby, Leicestershire, spent last summer obsessing over pictures of skinny celebrities and started a drastic weight loss programme. After eating less food and doing more exercise, the 5 ft. 5 inch teens weight plummeted to just five-and-a-half stone by the time she returned to school in September and she was surviving on just 200 calories a day. After two stints in hospital and rigorous counselling sessions, Emma now weighs a much healthier eight stone says she wants to help other anorexia sufferers out of their plight. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_177114/Credit:MIKEY JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504131723

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  • Adorable chimp shows off gymnastic skills
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    Adorable chimp shows off gymnastic skills 04/13/2015 Abeselom Zerit/HotSpot Me/SIPA Young Chimpanzee Jumping From Tree Branch/HOTSPOTMEDIA_13007/Credit:Abeselom Zerit/HotSpot Me/SIPA/1504131304
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    Adorable chimp shows off gymnastic skills
    04/13/2015
    Abeselom Zerit/HotSpot Me/SIPA
    Young Chimpanzee Jumping From Tree Branch/HOTSPOTMEDIA_13007/Credit:Abeselom Zerit/HotSpot Me/SIPA/1504131304

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  • Jakarta Painting With Foot
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    Jakarta Painting With Foot 04/13/2015 DONAL HUSNI/SIPA Salwa Aria Totel, disabilty child that can paint with his foot. According to his teacher Mrs. Endang Murtiningsih from disability school-YPAC Surakarta-Middle Jave, Salwa is mulltitalented person, beside painting he also can play organ. Salwa perform his painting skill with foot at Jakarta Convention center during the Indonesia Art Cratf exhibition that inteoduce Indonesia Local production./HUSNI_112804/Credit:DONAL HUSNI/SIPA/1504131144
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    Jakarta Painting With Foot
    04/13/2015
    DONAL HUSNI/SIPA
    Salwa Aria Totel, disabilty child that can paint with his foot. According to his teacher Mrs. Endang Murtiningsih from disability school-YPAC Surakarta-Middle Jave, Salwa is mulltitalented person, beside painting he also can play organ. Salwa perform his painting skill with foot at Jakarta Convention center during the Indonesia Art Cratf exhibition that inteoduce Indonesia Local production./HUSNI_112804/Credit:DONAL HUSNI/SIPA/1504131144

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  • Finland's national bird in trouble
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    Finland's national bird in trouble 04/13/2015 Jussi Nukari/LEHTIKUVA/SIPA Whooper Swan laundry drying rack around his neck in Tuusula Paijala village, FINLAND - 12/04/2015. The Swan neck is stuck in the ring-shaped laundry drying rack, which compresses the swan's neck. On Sunday, the swan grazing in a field with about ten other swans and seemed reasonably good condition. /LEHTIKUVA_29107669/Credit:Jussi Nukari/LEHTIKUVA/SIPA/1504131043
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    Finland's national bird in trouble
    04/13/2015
    Jussi Nukari/LEHTIKUVA/SIPA
    Whooper Swan laundry drying rack around his neck in Tuusula Paijala village, FINLAND - 12/04/2015. The Swan neck is stuck in the ring-shaped laundry drying rack, which compresses the swan's neck. On Sunday, the swan grazing in a field with about ten other swans and seemed reasonably good condition. /LEHTIKUVA_29107669/Credit:Jussi Nukari/LEHTIKUVA/SIPA/1504131043

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  • Billy Rocket Man
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    Billy Rocket Man 04/10/2015 SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: ) - Bonkers Billy Gibbons never has to worry about getting stuck in traffic - because he drives around town in a converted ROCKET. Billy, 58, leaves passers-by in Audlem, Cheshire, stunned as he shoots past them in his converted 1950s childrens fairground ride. And hes so obsessed with everything 50s hes even converted his entire HOUSE into a shrine from the decade. He picked up the rocket, previously used as a prop at a shoe shop in Congleton, at a closing-down sale 15 years ago and couldnt believe his luck. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_181319/Credit:SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504101819
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    Billy Rocket Man
    04/10/2015
    SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: ) - Bonkers Billy Gibbons never has to worry about getting stuck in traffic - because he drives around town in a converted ROCKET. Billy, 58, leaves passers-by in Audlem, Cheshire, stunned as he shoots past them in his converted 1950s childrens fairground ride. And hes so obsessed with everything 50s hes even converted his entire HOUSE into a shrine from the decade. He picked up the rocket, previously used as a prop at a shoe shop in Congleton, at a closing-down sale 15 years ago and couldnt believe his luck. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_181319/Credit:SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504101819

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  • Sophie the onager wild ass finds a way to cool off and she lets these jackdaw birds pick at her winter coat
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    Sophie the onager wild ass finds a way to cool off and she lets these jackdaw birds pick at her winter coat 04/10/2015 HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - WILD ASS FINDS UNUSUAL WAY TO SHED WINTER COAT –IN PIC- Sophie the onager wild ass finds a way to cool off and she lets these jackdaw birds pick at her winter coat, at Chester Zoo - BASKING in the sunshine, this relaxed wild ass finds the perfect way to shed her winter coat. As the temperatures reach 20 degrees at Chester Zoo, the rare species finds herself being picked at by a group of jackdaw birds. However, Sophie, an onager wild ass, appears happy as the brave birds pinch pieces of her fur in order to build their nests.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_172202/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504101726
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    Sophie the onager wild ass finds a way to cool off and she lets these jackdaw birds pick at her winter coat
    04/10/2015
    HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - WILD ASS FINDS UNUSUAL WAY TO SHED WINTER COAT –IN PIC- Sophie the onager wild ass finds a way to cool off and she lets these jackdaw birds pick at her winter coat, at Chester Zoo - BASKING in the sunshine, this relaxed wild ass finds the perfect way to shed her winter coat. As the temperatures reach 20 degrees at Chester Zoo, the rare species finds herself being picked at by a group of jackdaw birds. However, Sophie, an onager wild ass, appears happy as the brave birds pinch pieces of her fur in order to build their nests.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_172202/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504101726

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  • Melchior The Robot Clock
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    Melchior The Robot Clock 04/10/2015 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA How apt for a decade-old horological lab to celebrate travelling through space and time with a robot clock? Science fact. Melchior - the robot clock is the first of a number of pieces from Geneva-based MB&F to commemorate its inaugural decade in 2015 - under the theme: ”A creative adult is a child who survived”. Created with Swiss high end clock manufacturer L’EpÃ'e, the impeccably finished, kinetic robot-cum-480-component-mechanical-table-clock can do all the things that sci-fi n tecchie geeks go tick tock over. Featuring: jumping hours, sweeping minutes, double retrograde seconds, a 40-day power reserve - resplendent with smart steel and brass armour. Melchior comprises no fewer than 480 components, each one machined and finished at L’EpÃ'e’s Swiss atelier, bar the 50 movement jewels. An impressive 334 components make up the movement, while another 146 pieces comprise Melchior’s bodywork and armour. Jumping hours and sweeping minutes on Melchior’s chest are displayed via discs bearing MB&F’s signature numerals – with pointers incorporated into the breastplate – while a dial on Melchior’s abdomen is the power reserve indicator. And this robot’s self-sufficiency is to be admired, for the finely-finished, highly-visible movement boasts a power reserve of 40 days – for most table clocks, it is eight days – thanks to five main spring barrels which help make up Melchior’s rippling torso. The barrels are in series for optimal performance. Melchior is the result of inventor Maximilian Büsser’s quest to revisit his childhood hankering for a robot friend. He said: "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, man’s best friend was his robot. As a 10-year-old fan of Star Wars, I knew Luke Skywalker could never have prevailed had it not been for droids like R2-D2 – a loyal, resourceful and brave robot who was always saving his friends. As an only child, I imagined having my own robot companion…Melchior makes that childhood fantasy a realit
    SIPAUSA31340592
    Melchior The Robot Clock
    04/10/2015
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    How apt for a decade-old horological lab to celebrate travelling through space and time with a robot clock? Science fact. Melchior - the robot clock is the first of a number of pieces from Geneva-based MB&F to commemorate its inaugural decade in 2015 - under the theme: ”A creative adult is a child who survived”. Created with Swiss high end clock manufacturer L’EpÃ'e, the impeccably finished, kinetic robot-cum-480-component-mechanical-table-clock can do all the things that sci-fi n tecchie geeks go tick tock over. Featuring: jumping hours, sweeping minutes, double retrograde seconds, a 40-day power reserve - resplendent with smart steel and brass armour. Melchior comprises no fewer than 480 components, each one machined and finished at L’EpÃ'e’s Swiss atelier, bar the 50 movement jewels. An impressive 334 components make up the movement, while another 146 pieces comprise Melchior’s bodywork and armour. Jumping hours and sweeping minutes on Melchior’s chest are displayed via discs bearing MB&F’s signature numerals – with pointers incorporated into the breastplate – while a dial on Melchior’s abdomen is the power reserve indicator. And this robot’s self-sufficiency is to be admired, for the finely-finished, highly-visible movement boasts a power reserve of 40 days – for most table clocks, it is eight days – thanks to five main spring barrels which help make up Melchior’s rippling torso. The barrels are in series for optimal performance. Melchior is the result of inventor Maximilian Büsser’s quest to revisit his childhood hankering for a robot friend. He said: "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, man’s best friend was his robot. As a 10-year-old fan of Star Wars, I knew Luke Skywalker could never have prevailed had it not been for droids like R2-D2 – a loyal, resourceful and brave robot who was always saving his friends. As an only child, I imagined having my own robot companion…Melchior makes that childhood fantasy a realit

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  • Elephants Eat Record Breaking Pumpkin
    SIPAUSA31340580
    Elephants Eat Record Breaking Pumpkin 04/10/2015 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA A record breaking pumpkin was on the menu for Taronga Zoo's elephants. . . The hungry heffalumps wrapped their trunks around the special, super-sized squash enrichment treat during breakfast - a 728kg pumpkin from the Sydney Royal Easter Show! Taronga and the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) joined forces to get wildlife involved in recycling the prize-winning pumpkins displayed at this year’s Show. The pumpkins, including the 728kg monster that was the biggest pumpkin to ever grace a Sydney Royal Easter Show, enjoyed pride of place at the Great Backyard Pumpkin Challenge in the Flower and Garden Pavilion at the Show, among 50,000 other pieces of fruit and vegetables. They would normally be recycled as green waste after the show, but organisers were happy to see them served to some mammoth diners instead. Taronga’s Asian Elephant herd, including adults Porntip and Pak Boon and calves Pathi Harn and Tukta, were quick to pounce on the record-breaker after it was presented to them having been trucked to the Zoo at the close of the show on Wednesday. Elephant Keeper, Steve Westnedge said: "We’re always looking for new foods and enrichment items to challenge and stimulate our extraordinary animals. Elephants have many remarkable skills and environmental enrichment is a great way to encourage these skills and arouse their natural curiosity. “When we saw the giant pumpkin in the news, we thought it was a fun opportunity to bring a taste of the Easter Show to Taronga and offer a nutritious and challenging treat to the Zoo’s largest animals. Michael Collins, Chief Operating Officer at the Easter Show, said: “The Great Backyard Pumpkin Challenge is one of our most popular displays at the Show, and this year grower Dale Oliver produced the largest pumpkin ever seen in Australasia. The Show celebrates the country coming to the city, so it’s great to be able to share this record breaking pumpkin from regional NSW with our giant friends here at Sydney’s Tar
    SIPAUSA31340580
    Elephants Eat Record Breaking Pumpkin
    04/10/2015
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    A record breaking pumpkin was on the menu for Taronga Zoo's elephants. . . The hungry heffalumps wrapped their trunks around the special, super-sized squash enrichment treat during breakfast - a 728kg pumpkin from the Sydney Royal Easter Show! Taronga and the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) joined forces to get wildlife involved in recycling the prize-winning pumpkins displayed at this year’s Show. The pumpkins, including the 728kg monster that was the biggest pumpkin to ever grace a Sydney Royal Easter Show, enjoyed pride of place at the Great Backyard Pumpkin Challenge in the Flower and Garden Pavilion at the Show, among 50,000 other pieces of fruit and vegetables. They would normally be recycled as green waste after the show, but organisers were happy to see them served to some mammoth diners instead. Taronga’s Asian Elephant herd, including adults Porntip and Pak Boon and calves Pathi Harn and Tukta, were quick to pounce on the record-breaker after it was presented to them having been trucked to the Zoo at the close of the show on Wednesday. Elephant Keeper, Steve Westnedge said: "We’re always looking for new foods and enrichment items to challenge and stimulate our extraordinary animals. Elephants have many remarkable skills and environmental enrichment is a great way to encourage these skills and arouse their natural curiosity. “When we saw the giant pumpkin in the news, we thought it was a fun opportunity to bring a taste of the Easter Show to Taronga and offer a nutritious and challenging treat to the Zoo’s largest animals. Michael Collins, Chief Operating Officer at the Easter Show, said: “The Great Backyard Pumpkin Challenge is one of our most popular displays at the Show, and this year grower Dale Oliver produced the largest pumpkin ever seen in Australasia. The Show celebrates the country coming to the city, so it’s great to be able to share this record breaking pumpkin from regional NSW with our giant friends here at Sydney’s Tar

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  • Grand National Horse Racing Festival, Aintree Racecourse, Britain - 10 Apr 2015
    REX40368278
    Grand National Horse Racing Festival, Aintree Racecourse, Britain - 10 Apr 2015 04/10/2015 Graham Stone/REX Shutte/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Graham Stone/REX Shutterstock (4634317a) Racegoer Grand National Horse Racing Festival, Aintree Racecourse, Britain - 10 Apr 2015 /Rex_Grand_National_Horse_Racing_Festival_4634317A//1504101351
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    Grand National Horse Racing Festival, Aintree Racecourse, Britain - 10 Apr 2015
    04/10/2015
    Graham Stone/REX Shutte/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Graham Stone/REX Shutterstock (4634317a) Racegoer Grand National Horse Racing Festival, Aintree Racecourse, Britain - 10 Apr 2015 /Rex_Grand_National_Horse_Racing_Festival_4634317A//1504101351

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  • Chick fitted with special leg splints to stop it from falling over, Pontisticill, Wales, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
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    Chick fitted with special leg splints to stop it from falling over, Pontisticill, Wales, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 04/10/2015 Legakis/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Legakis/REX Shutterstock (4634276d) Roley the tiny Peking bantam chick Chick fitted with special leg splints to stop it from falling over, Pontisticill, Wales, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 Newborn Peking bantam chick Roley damaged both legs breaking out of her egg, she has now been fitted with leg splints to keep her from falling over. Animal lover Faye Lennon (22) faced having to put the chick to sleep if she could not walk. But she worked with a vet to fit the braces which now keep her legs upright. Faye christened the chick Roley because she was so wobbly she kept rolling over. She insisted that the chick was way to cute to be put down. /Rex_Chick_fitted_with_special_leg_splints_4634276D//1504101319
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    Chick fitted with special leg splints to stop it from falling over, Pontisticill, Wales, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
    04/10/2015
    Legakis/REX Shutterstoc/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Legakis/REX Shutterstock (4634276d) Roley the tiny Peking bantam chick Chick fitted with special leg splints to stop it from falling over, Pontisticill, Wales, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 Newborn Peking bantam chick Roley damaged both legs breaking out of her egg, she has now been fitted with leg splints to keep her from falling over. Animal lover Faye Lennon (22) faced having to put the chick to sleep if she could not walk. But she worked with a vet to fit the braces which now keep her legs upright. Faye christened the chick Roley because she was so wobbly she kept rolling over. She insisted that the chick was way to cute to be put down. /Rex_Chick_fitted_with_special_leg_splints_4634276D//1504101319

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  • Photographer captures moments of grief following the breakdown of a relationship, Paris, France, Jun 2014
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    Photographer captures moments of grief following the breakdown of a relationship, Paris, France, Jun 2014 04/10/2015 Laura Stevens/REX Shutt/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Laura Stevens/REX. Only for use in story about Laura Stevens photo series Another November. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Laura Stevens/REX Shutterstock (4610120u) 'Amy' from the series Another November by Laura Stevens Photographer captures moments of grief following the breakdown of a relationship, Paris, France, Jun 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q85i British photographer Laura Stevens' photo series, Another November, captures the stages grief following the breakdown of a relationship. Paris-based Laura found inspiration for the series after her very own painful break up. /Rex_Photographer_captures_moments_of_grief_following_4610120U/MANDATORY CREDIT: Laura Stevens/REX. Only for use in story about Laura Stevens photo series Another November. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1504101317
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    Photographer captures moments of grief following the breakdown of a relationship, Paris, France, Jun 2014
    04/10/2015
    Laura Stevens/REX Shutt/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Laura Stevens/REX. Only for use in story about Laura Stevens photo series Another November. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Laura Stevens/REX Shutterstock (4610120u) 'Amy' from the series Another November by Laura Stevens Photographer captures moments of grief following the breakdown of a relationship, Paris, France, Jun 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q85i British photographer Laura Stevens' photo series, Another November, captures the stages grief following the breakdown of a relationship. Paris-based Laura found inspiration for the series after her very own painful break up. /Rex_Photographer_captures_moments_of_grief_following_4610120U/MANDATORY CREDIT: Laura Stevens/REX. Only for use in story about Laura Stevens photo series Another November. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1504101317

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  • Fish Tornado
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    Fish Tornado 04/10/2015 JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM: JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Tori Hester with the Fish Tornado.) A diver was caught up in a tornado of FISH in these incredible pictures. Tori Hester was diving in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, when the school of trevally fish arrived and she was surrounded by hundreds of flapping fins. Her husband Jeff was on hand to capture the incredible moment on his underwater camera. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131003/Credit:JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504101315
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    Fish Tornado
    04/10/2015
    JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM: JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Tori Hester with the Fish Tornado.) A diver was caught up in a tornado of FISH in these incredible pictures. Tori Hester was diving in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, when the school of trevally fish arrived and she was surrounded by hundreds of flapping fins. Her husband Jeff was on hand to capture the incredible moment on his underwater camera. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131003/Credit:JEFF HESTER / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1504101315

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  • Screaming Owl reaction
    00710190
    Screaming Owl reaction 04/10/2015 SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The comical duo of Owls.) They say you can choose your friends but you caNt choose your family...a saying this baby owlet knows too well. These hilarious images show the moment a baby owlet winced resentfully after getting an earful from his rowdy younger sibling. The two grey owl chicks had settled down on a log to peacefully wait to be fed by their parents, when one noisy owlet was spotted squawking in his older brothers ear, causing him to recoil and wince through the pain. Barley containing his anger, the older owl shudders at the loud screech before rolling his eyes in utter contempt for his brothers boisterous behaviour. The humorous scene was photographed by 52-year-old Sergey Ivanov, from Kriov, Russian, who snapped the pictures in a forest near Saint Petersburg, Russia. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1300804/Credit:SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504101315
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    Screaming Owl reaction
    04/10/2015
    SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The comical duo of Owls.) They say you can choose your friends but you caNt choose your family...a saying this baby owlet knows too well. These hilarious images show the moment a baby owlet winced resentfully after getting an earful from his rowdy younger sibling. The two grey owl chicks had settled down on a log to peacefully wait to be fed by their parents, when one noisy owlet was spotted squawking in his older brothers ear, causing him to recoil and wince through the pain. Barley containing his anger, the older owl shudders at the loud screech before rolling his eyes in utter contempt for his brothers boisterous behaviour. The humorous scene was photographed by 52-year-old Sergey Ivanov, from Kriov, Russian, who snapped the pictures in a forest near Saint Petersburg, Russia. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1300804/Credit:SERGEY IVANOV / CATERS NE/SIPA/1504101315

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  • Greece Pelican clash over food
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    Greece Pelican clash over food 04/10/2015 Jiri Michal/HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - PELICANS CLASH OVER FOOD –IN PIC- This group of pelicans jostle with one another in a fight over fish, in Lake Kerkini, Greece - LIFTING their heads high and bumping beaks, these aggressive pelicans clash over fish. The birds jostle with one another as fish is thrown into the lake in Greece. The food fight was photographed in Lake Kerkini in Sintiki, Greece by Jiri Michal. The 34-year-old Czech engineer says: ‘I lay down on the ground to get in the perfect position to photograph the Dalmatian pelicans, while my colleague threw some Pigo fish into the air for them to catch.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_114105/Credit:Jiri Michal/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504101147
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    Greece Pelican clash over food
    04/10/2015
    Jiri Michal/HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - PELICANS CLASH OVER FOOD –IN PIC- This group of pelicans jostle with one another in a fight over fish, in Lake Kerkini, Greece - LIFTING their heads high and bumping beaks, these aggressive pelicans clash over fish. The birds jostle with one another as fish is thrown into the lake in Greece. The food fight was photographed in Lake Kerkini in Sintiki, Greece by Jiri Michal. The 34-year-old Czech engineer says: ‘I lay down on the ground to get in the perfect position to photograph the Dalmatian pelicans, while my colleague threw some Pigo fish into the air for them to catch.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_114105/Credit:Jiri Michal/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504101147

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  • Smog over Cambridge, Britain - 09 Apr 2015
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    Smog over Cambridge, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 04/10/2015 Photography/REX Shutter/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4629550b) Smog over Cambridge, Britain Smog over Cambridge, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 A Government department has issued a health warning for the 10 April with "very high" levels of air pollution expected in parts of the counrty. For some of the day the highest possible health warning will be in place. A statement from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has been issued, which warns: "Very high levels are forecast for a time in the south east of England. "This is due to a combination of pollutants trapped near the ground, a light south-easterly flow bringing additional pollutants from the continent and, in addition, a small amount of Saharan dust in the air." /Rex_Smog_over_Britain_4629550B//1504100911
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    Smog over Cambridge, Britain - 09 Apr 2015
    04/10/2015
    Photography/REX Shutter/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4629550b) Smog over Cambridge, Britain Smog over Cambridge, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 A Government department has issued a health warning for the 10 April with "very high" levels of air pollution expected in parts of the counrty. For some of the day the highest possible health warning will be in place. A statement from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has been issued, which warns: "Very high levels are forecast for a time in the south east of England. "This is due to a combination of pollutants trapped near the ground, a light south-easterly flow bringing additional pollutants from the continent and, in addition, a small amount of Saharan dust in the air." /Rex_Smog_over_Britain_4629550B//1504100911

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  • Smog over London, Britain - 09 Apr 2015
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    Smog over London, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 04/10/2015 Photography/REX Shutter/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4629547f) Smog over London, Britain Smog over London, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 A Government department has issued a health warning for the 10 April with "very high" levels of air pollution expected in parts of the counrty. For some of the day the highest possible health warning will be in place. A statement from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has been issued, which warns: "Very high levels are forecast for a time in the south east of England. "This is due to a combination of pollutants trapped near the ground, a light south-easterly flow bringing additional pollutants from the continent and, in addition, a small amount of Saharan dust in the air." /Rex_Smog_over_Britain_4629547F//1504100910
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    Smog over London, Britain - 09 Apr 2015
    04/10/2015
    Photography/REX Shutter/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4629547f) Smog over London, Britain Smog over London, Britain - 09 Apr 2015 A Government department has issued a health warning for the 10 April with "very high" levels of air pollution expected in parts of the counrty. For some of the day the highest possible health warning will be in place. A statement from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has been issued, which warns: "Very high levels are forecast for a time in the south east of England. "This is due to a combination of pollutants trapped near the ground, a light south-easterly flow bringing additional pollutants from the continent and, in addition, a small amount of Saharan dust in the air." /Rex_Smog_over_Britain_4629547F//1504100910

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  • Sunrise Stirling
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    Sunrise Stirling 04/10/2015 WP#JRAF/ZDS/WENN.COM/SIPA The sunrises behind the Wallace Monument in Stirling on what forecasters are saying will be the hottest day of the year Featuring: View Where: Stirling Scotland, United Kingdom When: 10 Apr 2015 Credit: WENN.com/Sunrise_Stirling_100415_01.wenn22375176/1504100754
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    Sunrise Stirling
    04/10/2015
    WP#JRAF/ZDS/WENN.COM/SIPA
    The sunrises behind the Wallace Monument in Stirling on what forecasters are saying will be the hottest day of the year Featuring: View Where: Stirling Scotland, United Kingdom When: 10 Apr 2015 Credit: WENN.com/Sunrise_Stirling_100415_01.wenn22375176/1504100754

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  • Sunrise over Gravesend
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    Sunrise over Gravesend 04/10/2015 WHAA/ZDS/WENN.COM/SIPA Sunrise over the Thames at Gravesend on what is expected to be the hotest day of the year so far. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Gravesend, United Kingdom When: 10 Apr 2015 Credit: WENN.com/Sunrise_over_Gravesend_100415_01.wenn22375169/1504100753
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    Sunrise over Gravesend
    04/10/2015
    WHAA/ZDS/WENN.COM/SIPA
    Sunrise over the Thames at Gravesend on what is expected to be the hotest day of the year so far. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Gravesend, United Kingdom When: 10 Apr 2015 Credit: WENN.com/Sunrise_over_Gravesend_100415_01.wenn22375169/1504100753

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  • Lacey Spears found guilty of second degree murder of son Lacey Spears, America - 09 Apr 2015
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    Lacey Spears found guilty of second degree murder of son Lacey Spears, America - 09 Apr 2015 04/10/2015 REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA Rex Features Ltd. do not claim any Copyright or License of this image. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4626460g) Poisoning victim Garnett Spears Lacey Spears found guilty of second degree murder of son Lacey Spears, America - 09 Apr 2015 Poisoning victim Garnett Spears, 5. His mother, New York mother Lacey Spears, 27, has been jailed for 20 years at Westchester County Courthouse, Valahalla, USA, for murdering her young son with a salt overdose so she could bask in the social media attention created by his mysterious illness. Spears chronicled her 5 year-old son Garnett's illnesses on her blog "Garnett's Journey" /Rex_Lacey_Spears_found_guilty_of_second_degree_murde_4626460G/Rex Features Ltd. do not claim any Copyright or License of this image./1504100251
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    Lacey Spears found guilty of second degree murder of son Lacey Spears, America - 09 Apr 2015
    04/10/2015
    REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA
    Rex Features Ltd. do not claim any Copyright or License of this image. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4626460g) Poisoning victim Garnett Spears Lacey Spears found guilty of second degree murder of son Lacey Spears, America - 09 Apr 2015 Poisoning victim Garnett Spears, 5. His mother, New York mother Lacey Spears, 27, has been jailed for 20 years at Westchester County Courthouse, Valahalla, USA, for murdering her young son with a salt overdose so she could bask in the social media attention created by his mysterious illness. Spears chronicled her 5 year-old son Garnett's illnesses on her blog "Garnett's Journey" /Rex_Lacey_Spears_found_guilty_of_second_degree_murde_4626460G/Rex Features Ltd. do not claim any Copyright or License of this image./1504100251

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  • Usa Love is in the air for this family of birds
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    Usa Love is in the air for this family of birds 04/09/2015 Zach Pan/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Love is in the air for this family of birds as spectacular pictures showcase their beautiful relationship. The two adults have just become parents and welcomed three young birds into their home. The tiny, three-day-old baby Great Egrets adorably chirp away to their mother and father. Zach Pan, 57, visited the Smith Oaks Bird Sanctuary in Texas, USA, and captured these intimate family moments. Pictured: The fluffy chicks /SOLENTNEWS_175404/Credit:Zach Pan/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1504091756
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    Usa Love is in the air for this family of birds
    04/09/2015
    Zach Pan/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Love is in the air for this family of birds as spectacular pictures showcase their beautiful relationship. The two adults have just become parents and welcomed three young birds into their home. The tiny, three-day-old baby Great Egrets adorably chirp away to their mother and father. Zach Pan, 57, visited the Smith Oaks Bird Sanctuary in Texas, USA, and captured these intimate family moments. Pictured: The fluffy chicks /SOLENTNEWS_175404/Credit:Zach Pan/SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1504091756

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  • Crocodile's sunbathing disturbed as a grasshopper hopped onto its back for a ride.
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    Crocodile's sunbathing disturbed as a grasshopper hopped onto its back for a ride. 04/09/2015 Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA A crocodile's sunbathing was disturbed as a grasshopper hopped onto its back for a ride. The brown insect - believed to be a carolina locust - wandered towards the crocodile and quickly leapt onto its back as the fed-up reptile walked away. The unlikely pair were spotted by student Frenki Jung. The 17-year-old, from Sambas, West Kalimantan, Indonesia, where these photos were taken, said: "The crocodile was sunbathing peacefully when the grasshopper started walking close by. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: 6 of 6. The crocodile walks off with the grasshopper on it's back. Please byline: Frenki Jung/Solent News ' Frenki Jung/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_175501/Credit:Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA/1504091754
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    Crocodile's sunbathing disturbed as a grasshopper hopped onto its back for a ride.
    04/09/2015
    Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA
    A crocodile's sunbathing was disturbed as a grasshopper hopped onto its back for a ride. The brown insect - believed to be a carolina locust - wandered towards the crocodile and quickly leapt onto its back as the fed-up reptile walked away. The unlikely pair were spotted by student Frenki Jung. The 17-year-old, from Sambas, West Kalimantan, Indonesia, where these photos were taken, said: "The crocodile was sunbathing peacefully when the grasshopper started walking close by. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: 6 of 6. The crocodile walks off with the grasshopper on it's back. Please byline: Frenki Jung/Solent News ' Frenki Jung/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_175501/Credit:Frenki Jung/Solent News/SIPA/1504091754

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  • UK Super Moon
    00710123
    UK Super Moon 04/09/2015 Louise Goodall/Solent New/SIPA A spectacular orange moon stunned onlookers as it appeared above a seaside city. The incredible 'magical' moon hovered over buildings as a family walked along the beach in Brighton, East Sussex. Louise Goodall, 40, was out with her family when she spotted the glowing moon and immediately got out her camera to capture the moment. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The giant orange moon rising above Kemptown, Brighton. Please byline: Louise Goodall/Solent News ' Louise Goodall/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_175002/Credit:Louise Goodall/Solent New/SIPA/1504091753
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    UK Super Moon
    04/09/2015
    Louise Goodall/Solent New/SIPA
    A spectacular orange moon stunned onlookers as it appeared above a seaside city. The incredible 'magical' moon hovered over buildings as a family walked along the beach in Brighton, East Sussex. Louise Goodall, 40, was out with her family when she spotted the glowing moon and immediately got out her camera to capture the moment. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The giant orange moon rising above Kemptown, Brighton. Please byline: Louise Goodall/Solent News ' Louise Goodall/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_175002/Credit:Louise Goodall/Solent New/SIPA/1504091753

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  • Mums a Brilliant Make Up Artist
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    Mums a Brilliant Make Up Artist 04/09/2015 FreshMethodbyMSB/CATERS N/SIPA PIC FROM FreshMethodbyMSB / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: HOMER SIMPSON.) - A talented mum-of-two has managed to turn herself into a superhero thanks to the help of a bit of face paint. Melissa Brant, 31, from Ontario, Canada, uses multi-coloured paints and make-up to transform her face into everyone from Superman to the Grinch. And the talented make-up artist has even managed to turn her son into a superhero too as seen in this incredible picture of him as Batman. Melanie said: I love to dress up and turn myself into somebody else. Sometimes people dont even recognise me!. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_16001/Credit:FreshMethodbyMSB/CATERS N/SIPA/1504091624
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    Mums a Brilliant Make Up Artist
    04/09/2015
    FreshMethodbyMSB/CATERS N/SIPA
    PIC FROM FreshMethodbyMSB / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: HOMER SIMPSON.) - A talented mum-of-two has managed to turn herself into a superhero thanks to the help of a bit of face paint. Melissa Brant, 31, from Ontario, Canada, uses multi-coloured paints and make-up to transform her face into everyone from Superman to the Grinch. And the talented make-up artist has even managed to turn her son into a superhero too as seen in this incredible picture of him as Batman. Melanie said: I love to dress up and turn myself into somebody else. Sometimes people dont even recognise me!. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_16001/Credit:FreshMethodbyMSB/CATERS N/SIPA/1504091624

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  • Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos
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    Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos 04/09/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Artwork: The Optimist and the Pessimist) At first glance these portraits may appear to be the work of a skilled photographer, but in reality they are actually paintings. From intricately detailed portraits, to still life, these paintings are the work of incredibly talented hyperrealist artist Patrick Kramer, who has been painting since he was a teenager. After finishing university, Patrick, 33, took up painting as a full-time profession and now spends all of his time painting these diligent and meticulous pieces. The artist from Springville in Utah uses oil paints to create his art on either board or canvas and says it takes him anywhere from 50 - 300 hours, per piece. SEE CATERS COPY./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1149014/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504091207
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    Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos
    04/09/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Artwork: The Optimist and the Pessimist) At first glance these portraits may appear to be the work of a skilled photographer, but in reality they are actually paintings. From intricately detailed portraits, to still life, these paintings are the work of incredibly talented hyperrealist artist Patrick Kramer, who has been painting since he was a teenager. After finishing university, Patrick, 33, took up painting as a full-time profession and now spends all of his time painting these diligent and meticulous pieces. The artist from Springville in Utah uses oil paints to create his art on either board or canvas and says it takes him anywhere from 50 - 300 hours, per piece. SEE CATERS COPY./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1149014/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504091207

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  • China Macaque Nanny
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    China Macaque Nanny 04/09/2015 Yu You/Sipa Asia/SIPA Chongqing, CHINA - MAR 26 2015: (Only For Editorial Use. No Sale In China) Yang Yongliu was just like a parent of Macaque "Xiao San", giving it sense of security. Yang Yongliu was an administrator in Small Three Gorges in Tongjing scenic region, where there are a large group of wild macaques. 6 years ago when he was 42, he took over the job and became an administrator. What the former administrator told him was always kept in his mind, "The macaques are quite wild, you should neither beat or scold them nor intervene their own business at any time."/SIPAASIA_1154003/Credit:Yu You/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1504091207
    00710094
    China Macaque Nanny
    04/09/2015
    Yu You/Sipa Asia/SIPA
    Chongqing, CHINA - MAR 26 2015: (Only For Editorial Use. No Sale In China) Yang Yongliu was just like a parent of Macaque "Xiao San", giving it sense of security. Yang Yongliu was an administrator in Small Three Gorges in Tongjing scenic region, where there are a large group of wild macaques. 6 years ago when he was 42, he took over the job and became an administrator. What the former administrator told him was always kept in his mind, "The macaques are quite wild, you should neither beat or scold them nor intervene their own business at any time."/SIPAASIA_1154003/Credit:Yu You/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1504091207

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  • Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos
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    Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos 04/09/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Artwork: Matt ) At first glance these portraits may appear to be the work of a skilled photographer, but in reality they are actually paintings. From intricately detailed portraits, to still life, these paintings are the work of incredibly talented hyperrealist artist Patrick Kramer, who has been painting since he was a teenager. After finishing university, Patrick, 33, took up painting as a full-time profession and now spends all of his time painting these diligent and meticulous pieces. The artist from Springville in Utah uses oil paints to create his art on either board or canvas and says it takes him anywhere from 50 - 300 hours, per piece. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1149004/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504091207
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    Hyper Realistic paintings look like real photos
    04/09/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Artwork: Matt ) At first glance these portraits may appear to be the work of a skilled photographer, but in reality they are actually paintings. From intricately detailed portraits, to still life, these paintings are the work of incredibly talented hyperrealist artist Patrick Kramer, who has been painting since he was a teenager. After finishing university, Patrick, 33, took up painting as a full-time profession and now spends all of his time painting these diligent and meticulous pieces. The artist from Springville in Utah uses oil paints to create his art on either board or canvas and says it takes him anywhere from 50 - 300 hours, per piece. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1149004/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504091207

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  • Bumps of art : Dad creates masterpeices on  pregnant mum tum
    00710092
    Bumps of art : Dad creates masterpeices on pregnant mum tum 04/09/2015 HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - BUMPS OF ART: DAD CREATES MASTERPIECES ON PREGNANT MUMS TUM –IN PIC- Alex Makwana, 29, and wife Jo, 34, with their daughter Ava, who they get inspiration for the drawings from - A talented artist has created artwork with a KICKIN’ twist by painting on his pregnant wife’s bump. Alex Makwana, 29, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, has painted everything from Despicable Me’s minions to a scene from the Lion King on wife Jo, 34. The doting dad began painting when Jo was seven months pregnant, as Jo’s belly wasn’t big or solid enough to be painted on beforehand. Alex was inspired to paint the detailed designs, which include a Kinder Egg and a scan of his baby, after seeing a baby bump painting online.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1146515/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504091207
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    Bumps of art : Dad creates masterpeices on pregnant mum tum
    04/09/2015
    HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - BUMPS OF ART: DAD CREATES MASTERPIECES ON PREGNANT MUMS TUM –IN PIC- Alex Makwana, 29, and wife Jo, 34, with their daughter Ava, who they get inspiration for the drawings from - A talented artist has created artwork with a KICKIN’ twist by painting on his pregnant wife’s bump. Alex Makwana, 29, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, has painted everything from Despicable Me’s minions to a scene from the Lion King on wife Jo, 34. The doting dad began painting when Jo was seven months pregnant, as Jo’s belly wasn’t big or solid enough to be painted on beforehand. Alex was inspired to paint the detailed designs, which include a Kinder Egg and a scan of his baby, after seeing a baby bump painting online.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1146515/Credit:HotSpot Media/SIPA/1504091207

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  • China Teacher Wen and her "Homeless Dogs Family"
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    China Teacher Wen and her "Homeless Dogs Family" 04/08/2015 Zhang Weiming/Sipa Asia/SIPA Pingliang, CHINA - APR 06 2015: (Only For Editorial Use. No Sale In China) Teacher Wen hired two people to assist in taking care of the "Homeless Dogs Family", where there are over 130 homeless dogs, and most of them are disabled or abandoned. Ms Wen is a 50-year old teacher. She has taken in more than 130 homeless dogs since 3 years ago in her "Homeless Dogs Family" and spent all her money and spare time. Ms Wen who asked to be anonymous said that she was a teacher in Ningjing county, and went to Pingliang every weekend. Her monthly salary was less that 3,000 yuan, but the dogs cost her 5,000 yuan a month. Together with the salaries for the two assistants, she needed to spend 80,000 yuan each year. Regarding the reasons that she took in those dogs, she said that the homeless "baby dogs" were too poor and she didn't have the hear to leave them alone. /SIPAASIA_131902/Credit:Zhang Weiming/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1504081323
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    China Teacher Wen and her "Homeless Dogs Family"
    04/08/2015
    Zhang Weiming/Sipa Asia/SIPA
    Pingliang, CHINA - APR 06 2015: (Only For Editorial Use. No Sale In China) Teacher Wen hired two people to assist in taking care of the "Homeless Dogs Family", where there are over 130 homeless dogs, and most of them are disabled or abandoned. Ms Wen is a 50-year old teacher. She has taken in more than 130 homeless dogs since 3 years ago in her "Homeless Dogs Family" and spent all her money and spare time. Ms Wen who asked to be anonymous said that she was a teacher in Ningjing county, and went to Pingliang every weekend. Her monthly salary was less that 3,000 yuan, but the dogs cost her 5,000 yuan a month. Together with the salaries for the two assistants, she needed to spend 80,000 yuan each year. Regarding the reasons that she took in those dogs, she said that the homeless "baby dogs" were too poor and she didn't have the hear to leave them alone. /SIPAASIA_131902/Credit:Zhang Weiming/Sipa Asia/SIPA/1504081323

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  • Line Painter Around World
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    Line Painter Around World 04/08/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Andy Wilks.) Meet the man who has been painting double yellow lines and has travelled more than THREE times around the world. Andy Wilks has been painting road markings since 1986, earning himself the nickname The Godfather of Line Painting. In his 29 years of service, the 61-year-old estimates he paints at least 11miles of lines a day which totals a whopping 83,259 miles. Andy, from Bradford, West Yorks, said: I knew it was a long way but not that far! SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_12013/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081208
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    Line Painter Around World
    04/08/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Andy Wilks.) Meet the man who has been painting double yellow lines and has travelled more than THREE times around the world. Andy Wilks has been painting road markings since 1986, earning himself the nickname The Godfather of Line Painting. In his 29 years of service, the 61-year-old estimates he paints at least 11miles of lines a day which totals a whopping 83,259 miles. Andy, from Bradford, West Yorks, said: I knew it was a long way but not that far! SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_12013/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081208

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  • Baby after Menopause
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    Baby after Menopause 04/08/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chris, baby Seb and Cara) A woman who was left infertile after undergoing gruelling cancer treatment that started early menopause has conceived naturally giving birth to a miracle baby BOY. Doctors told Cara Newton, 32, from Fleet, Hampshire, that she had a zero per cent chance of conceiving naturally after being diagnosed with bone cancer in 2009. Cara and her husband, Chris, 34, were relieved that chemotherapy had worked but were left devastated when they were told theyd never have a family of their own. The couple tried IVF using a donor egg but when that failed Cara feared she would never experience the joys of pregnancy.Then just ten months later Cara miraculously fell pregnant naturally and gave birth to Sebastian last April. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1155518/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081157
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    Baby after Menopause
    04/08/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chris, baby Seb and Cara) A woman who was left infertile after undergoing gruelling cancer treatment that started early menopause has conceived naturally giving birth to a miracle baby BOY. Doctors told Cara Newton, 32, from Fleet, Hampshire, that she had a zero per cent chance of conceiving naturally after being diagnosed with bone cancer in 2009. Cara and her husband, Chris, 34, were relieved that chemotherapy had worked but were left devastated when they were told theyd never have a family of their own. The couple tried IVF using a donor egg but when that failed Cara feared she would never experience the joys of pregnancy.Then just ten months later Cara miraculously fell pregnant naturally and gave birth to Sebastian last April. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1155518/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081157

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  • Coffee Painter
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    Coffee Painter 04/08/2015 MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS /SIPA PIC FROM MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Steve McCurrys iconic photograph of a young Afghan girl in a Pakistan.) Rather than using a pot of paint this artist uses a pot of COFFEE for her stunning masterpieces. Maria Aristidou, 27, opts for a fresh brew to create her stunning pop culture pieces.The artist, from Liverpool, has painted characters ranging from the likes of Star Wars, Disney and even the Queen.Creative Maria came up with the idea for her unique painting style in February of this year.SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_114810/Credit:MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS /SIPA/1504081154
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    Coffee Painter
    04/08/2015
    MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS /SIPA
    PIC FROM MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Steve McCurrys iconic photograph of a young Afghan girl in a Pakistan.) Rather than using a pot of paint this artist uses a pot of COFFEE for her stunning masterpieces. Maria Aristidou, 27, opts for a fresh brew to create her stunning pop culture pieces.The artist, from Liverpool, has painted characters ranging from the likes of Star Wars, Disney and even the Queen.Creative Maria came up with the idea for her unique painting style in February of this year.SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_114810/Credit:MARIA ARISTIDOU / CATERS /SIPA/1504081154

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  • 150 Egg Omlette
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    150 Egg Omlette 04/08/2015 SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEWS/SIPA PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEWS - (Pictured: A 150 EGG OMLETTE ) - An EGGS-entric restaurant has created a massive omelette challenge using 150 EGGS with 12,000 CALORIES. Housing a powerful 945g of protein, this overbearing omelette contains SIXTEEN TIMES the recommended daily amount for a man. Measuring a monster 3 foot in circumference, the dish is an Easter promotion by restaurant Alfie Birds in Birmingham, West Mids. A group of five people needs to specially request the omelette and have just 30 minutes to complete the eggs-traordinary feat. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111604/Credit:SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEW/SIPA/1504081127
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    150 Egg Omlette
    04/08/2015
    SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEWS - (Pictured: A 150 EGG OMLETTE ) - An EGGS-entric restaurant has created a massive omelette challenge using 150 EGGS with 12,000 CALORIES. Housing a powerful 945g of protein, this overbearing omelette contains SIXTEEN TIMES the recommended daily amount for a man. Measuring a monster 3 foot in circumference, the dish is an Easter promotion by restaurant Alfie Birds in Birmingham, West Mids. A group of five people needs to specially request the omelette and have just 30 minutes to complete the eggs-traordinary feat. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111604/Credit:SOFIA BOUZIDI / CATER NEW/SIPA/1504081127

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  • Pretty Scuba Selfies
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    Pretty Scuba Selfies 04/08/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Shark Selfie) These snap happy scuba girls have taken the selfie stick to new depths by taking a series of extraordinary underwater photos with exotic sea life. While selfie sticks may be recent fad, pretty divers Margo Sanchez and Stephanie Adamson have been snapping photos of marine animals for the best part of a decade. The intrepid divers from San Diego, California, have made it their life mission to travel the world to take snaps with everything from turtles, puffer fish to sting rays and baby squid. But despite having travelled as far afield as Papua New Guinea, the Maldives and Virgin Islands to take these incredible photos, the selfie stick is only a recent edition to their trips. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1107019/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081127
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    Pretty Scuba Selfies
    04/08/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Shark Selfie) These snap happy scuba girls have taken the selfie stick to new depths by taking a series of extraordinary underwater photos with exotic sea life. While selfie sticks may be recent fad, pretty divers Margo Sanchez and Stephanie Adamson have been snapping photos of marine animals for the best part of a decade. The intrepid divers from San Diego, California, have made it their life mission to travel the world to take snaps with everything from turtles, puffer fish to sting rays and baby squid. But despite having travelled as far afield as Papua New Guinea, the Maldives and Virgin Islands to take these incredible photos, the selfie stick is only a recent edition to their trips. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1107019/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504081127

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  • No Rope Climber
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    No Rope Climber 04/08/2015 POSING PRODUCTIONS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM POSING PRODUCTIONS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Julian Lines) This is the incredible footage of one climber scaling cliffs with no ropes for protection and just his arms and legs for support.Julian Lines, the 47-year-old from Northern Ireland, has been solo-climbing for almost thirty years and is seen in this footage climbing over 60ft. He said: Theres a lot of feeling and emotions going on when soloing. Its quite complex, yet so simple.Although you have to be clear headed before you start soloing, once youre up there lifes problems just seem to evaporate. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_10011/Credit:POSING PRODUCTIONS/CATERS/SIPA/1504081107
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    No Rope Climber
    04/08/2015
    POSING PRODUCTIONS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM POSING PRODUCTIONS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Julian Lines) This is the incredible footage of one climber scaling cliffs with no ropes for protection and just his arms and legs for support.Julian Lines, the 47-year-old from Northern Ireland, has been solo-climbing for almost thirty years and is seen in this footage climbing over 60ft. He said: Theres a lot of feeling and emotions going on when soloing. Its quite complex, yet so simple.Although you have to be clear headed before you start soloing, once youre up there lifes problems just seem to evaporate. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_10011/Credit:POSING PRODUCTIONS/CATERS/SIPA/1504081107

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  • Seasonal weather, London, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
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    Seasonal weather, London, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 04/08/2015 Stephen Simpson/REX Shu/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX Shutterstock (4619052c) Sunrise in Richmond Park, West London Seasonal weather, London, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_London_4619052C//1504081051
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    Seasonal weather, London, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
    04/08/2015
    Stephen Simpson/REX Shu/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX Shutterstock (4619052c) Sunrise in Richmond Park, West London Seasonal weather, London, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_London_4619052C//1504081051

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  • Seasonal weather, Denholme, West Yorkshire, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
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    Seasonal weather, Denholme, West Yorkshire, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 04/08/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4619056c) Spring sunrise, electricity pylons and wind turbine silhouetted by early morning sun Seasonal weather, Denholme, West Yorkshire, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_4619056C//1504081055
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    Seasonal weather, Denholme, West Yorkshire, Britain - 08 Apr 2015
    04/08/2015
    LNP/REX Shutterstock/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4619056c) Spring sunrise, electricity pylons and wind turbine silhouetted by early morning sun Seasonal weather, Denholme, West Yorkshire, Britain - 08 Apr 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_4619056C//1504081055

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  • China A fox looks for food on a snow-covered pasture in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture
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    China A fox looks for food on a snow-covered pasture in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture 04/08/2015 Xinhua/Ge Qingmin/SIPA /CHINENOUVELLE_104001/Credit:Xinhua/Ge Qingmin/SIPA/1504081044
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    China A fox looks for food on a snow-covered pasture in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture
    04/08/2015
    Xinhua/Ge Qingmin/SIPA
    /CHINENOUVELLE_104001/Credit:Xinhua/Ge Qingmin/SIPA/1504081044

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  • Cold front comes to California
    SIPAUSA30124702
    Cold front comes to California 04/08/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Snow blankets the area along Interstate 80 on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, in Baxter, Calif. (Photo by Randy Pench/Sacramento Bee/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15082009/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1504080159
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    Cold front comes to California
    04/08/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Snow blankets the area along Interstate 80 on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, in Baxter, Calif. (Photo by Randy Pench/Sacramento Bee/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15082009/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1504080159

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  • Jeff the Huge Rabbit
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    Jeff the Huge Rabbit 04/07/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Ava Johnson with Jeff the rabbit ) - The worlds biggest bunny rabbit has got competition for his heavyweight title this Easter thanks to his SON. Giant rabbit, Darius, who measures over four feet long and weighs in at a whopping three and a half stone, is officially the worlds biggest rabbit. But this Easter his title is being contended by his son Jeff, who has grown almost as big, measuring three foot eight inches long./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111714/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504071122
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    Jeff the Huge Rabbit
    04/07/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Ava Johnson with Jeff the rabbit ) - The worlds biggest bunny rabbit has got competition for his heavyweight title this Easter thanks to his SON. Giant rabbit, Darius, who measures over four feet long and weighs in at a whopping three and a half stone, is officially the worlds biggest rabbit. But this Easter his title is being contended by his son Jeff, who has grown almost as big, measuring three foot eight inches long./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111714/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504071122

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  • A 10-meter high "Baymax" in front of a shopping mall in Shenyang
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    A 10-meter high "Baymax" in front of a shopping mall in Shenyang 04/07/2015 SIPA ASIA/SIPA Shenyang, CHINA - APR 05 2015:) A 10-meter high "Baymax" in front of a shopping mall in Shenyang in the Tomb-Sweeping Day holiday. Baymax is very popular among Chinese young people due to its cute appearance and kindness./SIPAASIA_082612/Credit:SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1504070832
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    A 10-meter high "Baymax" in front of a shopping mall in Shenyang
    04/07/2015
    SIPA ASIA/SIPA
    Shenyang, CHINA - APR 05 2015:) A 10-meter high "Baymax" in front of a shopping mall in Shenyang in the Tomb-Sweeping Day holiday. Baymax is very popular among Chinese young people due to its cute appearance and kindness./SIPAASIA_082612/Credit:SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1504070832

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  • The Angry Cat Pompous Albert
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    The Angry Cat Pompous Albert 04/06/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The Cat Pompous Albert.) - A new Instagram sensation is the purr-fect cross between Albert Einstein and Grumpy Cat. Pompous Albert has racked up tens-of-thousands of Instagram fans thanks to his angry face and unique coat. The frowning feline has a hint of evil leader about him - he is a Selkirk rex, a breed of cat known for its wild, tufty fur. Due to his white-grey colour, Albert, who lives in Sagebrush Fine Art in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, was named from the famous physicist, who was known for his wild, grey hair. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165120/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504061657
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    The Angry Cat Pompous Albert
    04/06/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The Cat Pompous Albert.) - A new Instagram sensation is the purr-fect cross between Albert Einstein and Grumpy Cat. Pompous Albert has racked up tens-of-thousands of Instagram fans thanks to his angry face and unique coat. The frowning feline has a hint of evil leader about him - he is a Selkirk rex, a breed of cat known for its wild, tufty fur. Due to his white-grey colour, Albert, who lives in Sagebrush Fine Art in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, was named from the famous physicist, who was known for his wild, grey hair. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165120/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504061657

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  • Bird's alternative home
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    Bird's alternative home 04/05/2015 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Bird's alternative home.It is not the typical place you would expect to find a bird nest, but this blue tit is busy creating hers - inside a lamp post.The little blue and yellow bird made the most of a damaged street light by collecting moss, grass and straw to line her nest.The blue tit usually takes between one to two weeks to build a nests ready for the female to lay her eggs.Jeanette Rosenquist, 47, was on her way to work from her home just outside Copenhagen, Denmark, when she spotted the bird flying out of the lamp post.' Jeanette Rosenquist/Solent News/SOLENTNEWS_181812/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1504051823
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    Bird's alternative home
    04/05/2015
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Bird's alternative home.It is not the typical place you would expect to find a bird nest, but this blue tit is busy creating hers - inside a lamp post.The little blue and yellow bird made the most of a damaged street light by collecting moss, grass and straw to line her nest.The blue tit usually takes between one to two weeks to build a nests ready for the female to lay her eggs.Jeanette Rosenquist, 47, was on her way to work from her home just outside Copenhagen, Denmark, when she spotted the bird flying out of the lamp post.' Jeanette Rosenquist/Solent News/SOLENTNEWS_181812/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1504051823

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  • Body Painter
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    Body Painter 04/03/2015 NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS/SIPA PIC BY NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Badland, Oregon, Model Alondre as a desert scene - not from 100 Bodies Across America series.) - A talented body painter is travelling across America merging members of the public into beautiful backgrounds. Natalie Fletchers 100 Bodies Across America project sees painted individuals blended into the likes of tourist hotspots, forests and ruins. For each work Natalie travels to a certain spot in the country before selecting volunteers - not models who she then paints. So far Natalie, 29, has created works in front of the likes of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and Superstition Mountains in Arizona. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1611601/Credit:NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS/SIPA/1504031619
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    Body Painter
    04/03/2015
    NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Badland, Oregon, Model Alondre as a desert scene - not from 100 Bodies Across America series.) - A talented body painter is travelling across America merging members of the public into beautiful backgrounds. Natalie Fletchers 100 Bodies Across America project sees painted individuals blended into the likes of tourist hotspots, forests and ruins. For each work Natalie travels to a certain spot in the country before selecting volunteers - not models who she then paints. So far Natalie, 29, has created works in front of the likes of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and Superstition Mountains in Arizona. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1611601/Credit:NATALIE FLETCHER / CATERS/SIPA/1504031619

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  • Raelians are launching a subscription to build an embassy for extraterrestrial
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    Raelians are launching a subscription to build an embassy for extraterrestrial 04/03/2015 ELOHIM EMBASSY/SIPA The Raelians are launching a subscription to build an embassy for extraterrestrial. Model of the Embassy that the Raelians would like to build to accommodate the return of aliens on Earth/SIPA_115501/Credit:ELOHIM EMBASSY/SIPA/1504031217
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    Raelians are launching a subscription to build an embassy for extraterrestrial
    04/03/2015
    ELOHIM EMBASSY/SIPA
    The Raelians are launching a subscription to build an embassy for extraterrestrial. Model of the Embassy that the Raelians would like to build to accommodate the return of aliens on Earth/SIPA_115501/Credit:ELOHIM EMBASSY/SIPA/1504031217

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  • UK Seals on Horsey Beach in Norfolk
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    UK Seals on Horsey Beach in Norfolk 04/03/2015 Jack Hill/ THE TIMES/SIPA Seals on Horsey Beach, Norfolk. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_115111/Credit:Jack Hill/ THE TIMES/SIPA/1504031120
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    UK Seals on Horsey Beach in Norfolk
    04/03/2015
    Jack Hill/ THE TIMES/SIPA
    Seals on Horsey Beach, Norfolk. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_115111/Credit:Jack Hill/ THE TIMES/SIPA/1504031120

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  • Incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour.
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    Incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. 04/02/2015 Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent N/SIPA These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Toth Gabor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography in the dead of night. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: One of the mazing star trails. Please byline: Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent News ' Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_162504/Credit:Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent N/SIPA/1504021630
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    Incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour.
    04/02/2015
    Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent N/SIPA
    These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Toth Gabor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography in the dead of night. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: One of the mazing star trails. Please byline: Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent News ' Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_162504/Credit:Toth Gabor Gyula/Solent N/SIPA/1504021630

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  • Canada Fox Praying !!!
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    Canada Fox Praying !!! 04/02/2015 Vlad Kamenski/Solent News/SIPA A young fox is captivated by the image of the Virgin Mary on a gravestone and looks as though it has stopped to pray. The fox was spotted wandering around the cemetery and was drawn to this grave in particular. Vlad Kamenski, 42, spotted the fox by chance as he was sitting in his car in the hope of seeing some birds to photograph. The professional photographer, from Montreal in Canada, took the photos in a cemetery near his home. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The fox with the image of the Virgin Mary on a gravestone. Please byline: Vlad Kamenski/Solent News ' Vlad Kamenski/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1617002/Credit:Vlad Kamenski/Solent News/SIPA/1504021623
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    Canada Fox Praying !!!
    04/02/2015
    Vlad Kamenski/Solent News/SIPA
    A young fox is captivated by the image of the Virgin Mary on a gravestone and looks as though it has stopped to pray. The fox was spotted wandering around the cemetery and was drawn to this grave in particular. Vlad Kamenski, 42, spotted the fox by chance as he was sitting in his car in the hope of seeing some birds to photograph. The professional photographer, from Montreal in Canada, took the photos in a cemetery near his home. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The fox with the image of the Virgin Mary on a gravestone. Please byline: Vlad Kamenski/Solent News ' Vlad Kamenski/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1617002/Credit:Vlad Kamenski/Solent News/SIPA/1504021623

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  • These meerkats joined in with the Easter fun by having an Easter egg hunt with some hard boiled decorated eggs
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    These meerkats joined in with the Easter fun by having an Easter egg hunt with some hard boiled decorated eggs 04/02/2015 Cotswold Wildlife/Solent /SIPA WITH VIDEO. These meerkats joined in with the Easter fun by having an Easter egg hunt with some hard boiled decorated eggs. Keepers at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens in Oxfordshire hid the eggs in the meerkats enclosure. Chris Kibbey, Section Head of Primates at Cotswold Wildlife Park said, "Who doesn't love Easter? This Easter week seemed the ideal time to give our group of meerkats some hard boiled decorated eggs as enrichment. By rolling the eggs around, the meerkats need to work hard to receive their reward. This keeps them busy and helps stimulate them." Pictured: Meerkats with the easter eggs. Please byline: Cotswold Wildlife/Solent News ' Cotswold Wildlife/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_15005/Credit:Cotswold Wildlife/Solent /SIPA/1504021515
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    These meerkats joined in with the Easter fun by having an Easter egg hunt with some hard boiled decorated eggs
    04/02/2015
    Cotswold Wildlife/Solent /SIPA
    WITH VIDEO. These meerkats joined in with the Easter fun by having an Easter egg hunt with some hard boiled decorated eggs. Keepers at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens in Oxfordshire hid the eggs in the meerkats enclosure. Chris Kibbey, Section Head of Primates at Cotswold Wildlife Park said, "Who doesn't love Easter? This Easter week seemed the ideal time to give our group of meerkats some hard boiled decorated eggs as enrichment. By rolling the eggs around, the meerkats need to work hard to receive their reward. This keeps them busy and helps stimulate them." Pictured: Meerkats with the easter eggs. Please byline: Cotswold Wildlife/Solent News ' Cotswold Wildlife/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_15005/Credit:Cotswold Wildlife/Solent /SIPA/1504021515

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  • Inflatable Tavern
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    Inflatable Tavern 04/02/2015 Solent News/SIPA This summer you can rent a blow up pub instead of shelling out on a marquee for your garden party.The Inflatable Tavern company offers you the chance to rent a pub that can be shipped to your house and inflated to more than 24ft high.Once blown up, the pub can hold up to 50 guests and is designed to look exactly like a traditional pub, even down to the brick fireplace.Additional extras can also be hired to go with the tavern, including a free standing bar and a picket fence to make it feel like a real public house. /SOLENTNEWS_155501/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1504021515
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    Inflatable Tavern
    04/02/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    This summer you can rent a blow up pub instead of shelling out on a marquee for your garden party.The Inflatable Tavern company offers you the chance to rent a pub that can be shipped to your house and inflated to more than 24ft high.Once blown up, the pub can hold up to 50 guests and is designed to look exactly like a traditional pub, even down to the brick fireplace.Additional extras can also be hired to go with the tavern, including a free standing bar and a picket fence to make it feel like a real public house. /SOLENTNEWS_155501/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1504021515

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  • World's first chocolate-running bath
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    World's first chocolate-running bath 04/02/2015 Solent News/SIPA A multi-millionaire loves his chocoholic girlfriend so much he paid a specialist store a staggering £10,000 to make her the world's first chocolate-running bath. Businessman Danny Lambo, 37, dubbed Britain's 'flashiest playboy', went hunting for the perfect Easter gift for 29 year old Natasha Flynn. In a bid to give her an exceptional present, he went to specialist bathroom retailer bathstore and splashed out to create the one-of-a-kind tub. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Natasha Flynn on the edge of the bath filled with chocolate. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_145208/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1504021515
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    World's first chocolate-running bath
    04/02/2015
    Solent News/SIPA
    A multi-millionaire loves his chocoholic girlfriend so much he paid a specialist store a staggering £10,000 to make her the world's first chocolate-running bath. Businessman Danny Lambo, 37, dubbed Britain's 'flashiest playboy', went hunting for the perfect Easter gift for 29 year old Natasha Flynn. In a bid to give her an exceptional present, he went to specialist bathroom retailer bathstore and splashed out to create the one-of-a-kind tub. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Natasha Flynn on the edge of the bath filled with chocolate. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_145208/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1504021515

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  • Mother bear hurries her young cubs up a tree to protect them from a large male bear
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    Mother bear hurries her young cubs up a tree to protect them from a large male bear 04/02/2015 Erik Mandre /Solent News/SIPA A mother bear hurries her young cubs up a tree to protect them from a large male bear approaching them. The mother saw an adult male approaching her and her four cubs, aged between five and six months old, as they wandered through the forest. Male brown bears can kill cubs that are not their own. Sensing the imminent danger, the mother bear got her cubs to climb into the safety of the trees. She then clung to the bottom of the tree to stop the male from climbing the tree and reaching her litter. Erik Mandre witnessed the dramatic escape as the young bears fled for their lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Erik Mandre /Solent News ' Erik Mandre /Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1440903/Credit:Erik Mandre /Solent News/SIPA/1504021512
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    Mother bear hurries her young cubs up a tree to protect them from a large male bear
    04/02/2015
    Erik Mandre /Solent News/SIPA
    A mother bear hurries her young cubs up a tree to protect them from a large male bear approaching them. The mother saw an adult male approaching her and her four cubs, aged between five and six months old, as they wandered through the forest. Male brown bears can kill cubs that are not their own. Sensing the imminent danger, the mother bear got her cubs to climb into the safety of the trees. She then clung to the bottom of the tree to stop the male from climbing the tree and reaching her litter. Erik Mandre witnessed the dramatic escape as the young bears fled for their lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Erik Mandre /Solent News ' Erik Mandre /Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1440903/Credit:Erik Mandre /Solent News/SIPA/1504021512

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  • White tiger triplets at Qingling Wildlife Park
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    White tiger triplets at Qingling Wildlife Park 04/02/2015 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA XI'AN, April 2, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on April 2, 2015 shows the white tiger triplets at Qingling Wildlife Park in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Given birth by a tiger named "Lele" on Dec. 21 last year, the triplets made their first public appearance on Thursday. (Xinhua/Ding Haitao) (yxb)/CHINENOUVELLE_150807/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1504021511
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    White tiger triplets at Qingling Wildlife Park
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    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    XI'AN, April 2, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on April 2, 2015 shows the white tiger triplets at Qingling Wildlife Park in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Given birth by a tiger named "Lele" on Dec. 21 last year, the triplets made their first public appearance on Thursday. (Xinhua/Ding Haitao) (yxb)/CHINENOUVELLE_150807/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1504021511

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  • Chimpanzee group get Easter egg treats, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia - 31 Mar 2015
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    Chimpanzee group get Easter egg treats, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia - 31 Mar 2015 04/02/2015 Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/R/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/Rex. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX (4606543s) Chimpanzees enjoy Easter egg treats Chimpanzee group get Easter egg treats, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia - 31 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q7h1 Taronga's Chimpanzee group got some colourful Easter challenges earlier this week when they cracked 30 paper mâché eggs carefully placed in the exhibit by keepers. VIDEO: https://youtu.be/-gjeJUfRCJo Instead of chocolate, the eggs were filled with a special treat of popcorn, sultanas and pellets and then were hidden as much as possible in logs or positioned high up in the exhibit. Despite the bright colours, these eggs were specially designed as a serious psychological puzzle for the animals. Primate Keeper, Suzi Lemon, said: "We call this type of enrichment 'novel enrichment' as it's an item these animals have never seen before so it's completely new and exciting. "Novel enrichments like these eggs are new and challenging ways to present food to these animals, it keeps them thinking." /Rex_Chimpanzee_group_get_Easter_egg_treats_4606543S/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/Rex. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1504021104
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    Chimpanzee group get Easter egg treats, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia - 31 Mar 2015
    04/02/2015
    Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/R/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/Rex. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX (4606543s) Chimpanzees enjoy Easter egg treats Chimpanzee group get Easter egg treats, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia - 31 Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q7h1 Taronga's Chimpanzee group got some colourful Easter challenges earlier this week when they cracked 30 paper mâché eggs carefully placed in the exhibit by keepers. VIDEO: https://youtu.be/-gjeJUfRCJo Instead of chocolate, the eggs were filled with a special treat of popcorn, sultanas and pellets and then were hidden as much as possible in logs or positioned high up in the exhibit. Despite the bright colours, these eggs were specially designed as a serious psychological puzzle for the animals. Primate Keeper, Suzi Lemon, said: "We call this type of enrichment 'novel enrichment' as it's an item these animals have never seen before so it's completely new and exciting. "Novel enrichments like these eggs are new and challenging ways to present food to these animals, it keeps them thinking." /Rex_Chimpanzee_group_get_Easter_egg_treats_4606543S/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/Rex. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1504021104

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  • Baby gorilla and mother at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 01 Apr 2015
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    Baby gorilla and mother at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 01 Apr 2015 04/02/2015 James D. Morgan/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by James D. Morgan/REX (4606554g) Gorilla mother Kimya with her 3-week-old baby Baby gorilla and mother at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 01 Apr 2015 Doting mum Kimya and proud father Otana, are seen taking take their newborn baby out and about at Melbourne Zoo. The youngster was born three weeks ago. The unnamed and and unsexed baby is the first born at the zoo since 2000 and is the product of the international endangered species breeding program. Father Otana made the long journey from Melbourne to Howlett's Wild Animal Park in Kent in September 2013, while mother Kimya arrived a month later from her birthplace at Taronga Zoo. Primate Department Manager Harna Burton says: "We had high expectations of Kimya because she was mother-raised at Taronga Zoo and had experience watching older females raise their babies. "She seems to have learned from observing those behaviours, as she has been a textbook Mum so far. "From the time Kimya picked the baby up right after giving birth, she hasn't put the little one down. Such young gorilla babies need the body heat of their mothers to stay warm, so we have been monitoring this very carefully". /Rex_Baby_gorilla_and_mother_4606554G//1504021046
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    Baby gorilla and mother at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 01 Apr 2015
    04/02/2015
    James D. Morgan/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by James D. Morgan/REX (4606554g) Gorilla mother Kimya with her 3-week-old baby Baby gorilla and mother at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 01 Apr 2015 Doting mum Kimya and proud father Otana, are seen taking take their newborn baby out and about at Melbourne Zoo. The youngster was born three weeks ago. The unnamed and and unsexed baby is the first born at the zoo since 2000 and is the product of the international endangered species breeding program. Father Otana made the long journey from Melbourne to Howlett's Wild Animal Park in Kent in September 2013, while mother Kimya arrived a month later from her birthplace at Taronga Zoo. Primate Department Manager Harna Burton says: "We had high expectations of Kimya because she was mother-raised at Taronga Zoo and had experience watching older females raise their babies. "She seems to have learned from observing those behaviours, as she has been a textbook Mum so far. "From the time Kimya picked the baby up right after giving birth, she hasn't put the little one down. Such young gorilla babies need the body heat of their mothers to stay warm, so we have been monitoring this very carefully". /Rex_Baby_gorilla_and_mother_4606554G//1504021046

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  • Rabbit face paint transformation
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    Rabbit face paint transformation 04/01/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Maria Malone -Guerbaa transforming her face into a bunny rabbit) - An ingenious make-up artist has transformed her OWN FACE into that of a stunningly life-like BUNNY RABBIT.Makeup artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa usually focuses on movie stars but couldnt resist hopping into the Easter spirit. The 41-year-old mother-of-two from London doesnt use any prosthetics or special effects, only her brushes and kryolan paints to recreate bunny ears, bright eyes and a nose. Maria said: My last couple of projects have been animal-themed so, with Easter coming up, it had to be a rabbit this time around. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_173809/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504011743
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    Rabbit face paint transformation
    04/01/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Maria Malone -Guerbaa transforming her face into a bunny rabbit) - An ingenious make-up artist has transformed her OWN FACE into that of a stunningly life-like BUNNY RABBIT.Makeup artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa usually focuses on movie stars but couldnt resist hopping into the Easter spirit. The 41-year-old mother-of-two from London doesnt use any prosthetics or special effects, only her brushes and kryolan paints to recreate bunny ears, bright eyes and a nose. Maria said: My last couple of projects have been animal-themed so, with Easter coming up, it had to be a rabbit this time around. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_173809/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1504011743

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  • Alaska - City Under One Roof
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    Alaska - City Under One Roof 04/01/2015 Affinityfilms Inc/CATERS /SIPA PIC BY **MANDATORY BYLINE** Affinityfilms Inc. / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Terry, Brandi and Chase Bender.) - Living under the same roof as everyone else in your town may sound to most like a peculiar idea but this is the reality for residents of a small Alaskan town.Unbelievably, nearly all of the towns 218 residents live in one multi storey house called Begich Tower, which lies in the sleepy town of Whittier, Alaska. Surrounded only by mountains and the sea, the place is so isolated, it is only accessible by a 2.5 mile one way tunnel, North Americas longest. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_17009/Credit:Affinityfilms Inc/CATERS /SIPA/1504011706
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    Alaska - City Under One Roof
    04/01/2015
    Affinityfilms Inc/CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY **MANDATORY BYLINE** Affinityfilms Inc. / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Terry, Brandi and Chase Bender.) - Living under the same roof as everyone else in your town may sound to most like a peculiar idea but this is the reality for residents of a small Alaskan town.Unbelievably, nearly all of the towns 218 residents live in one multi storey house called Begich Tower, which lies in the sleepy town of Whittier, Alaska. Surrounded only by mountains and the sea, the place is so isolated, it is only accessible by a 2.5 mile one way tunnel, North Americas longest. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_17009/Credit:Affinityfilms Inc/CATERS /SIPA/1504011706

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  • FLORESCENT PLANKTON LIGHT UP AUSTRALIAN SEA
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    FLORESCENT PLANKTON LIGHT UP AUSTRALIAN SEA 04/01/2015 Andy Hutchinson/HotSpot M/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - FLORESCENT PLANKTON LIGHT UP AUSTRALIAN SEA –IN PIC- Millions of plankton omit light making for this beautiful supernatural scene in Jervis Bay, New South Wales- An Australian beach is illuminated by an enticing neon blue glow as a rare phenomenon lights up the water. The supernatural scene on the east coast of Australia was caused by millions of plankton omitting light. The plankton, pictured in Jervis Bay, New South Wales, were photographed by Andy Hutchinson. Andy, of Berry, Australia, says:  ‘These bio-luminescent plankton are tiny creatures called dinoflagellates, which emit light in order to evade predators.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_151306/Credit:Andy Hutchinson/HotSpot M/SIPA/1504011526
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    FLORESCENT PLANKTON LIGHT UP AUSTRALIAN SEA
    04/01/2015
    Andy Hutchinson/HotSpot M/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - FLORESCENT PLANKTON LIGHT UP AUSTRALIAN SEA –IN PIC- Millions of plankton omit light making for this beautiful supernatural scene in Jervis Bay, New South Wales- An Australian beach is illuminated by an enticing neon blue glow as a rare phenomenon lights up the water. The supernatural scene on the east coast of Australia was caused by millions of plankton omitting light. The plankton, pictured in Jervis Bay, New South Wales, were photographed by Andy Hutchinson. Andy, of Berry, Australia, says:  ‘These bio-luminescent plankton are tiny creatures called dinoflagellates, which emit light in order to evade predators.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_151306/Credit:Andy Hutchinson/HotSpot M/SIPA/1504011526

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  • Uk Deer roamed the streets at night as the residents slept
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    Uk Deer roamed the streets at night as the residents slept 03/31/2015 Mark Bridger/Solent News/SIPA These deer roamed the streets at night as the residents slept, completely unaware a herd was snacking on their gardens. The herd of fallow deer live in a wooded area near the houses and at around 11pm, when the roads were deserted, they crept out of their home to eat the grass. Around 30 deer appeared and wandered through the streets until 4am, before returning to the woods. Photographer Mark Bridger captured the deer on camera as they explored around the houses and people's gardens. The 46 year old, who works as a graphic designer, said: "I love to take photos of deer, and to see them in an urban environment was strange but satisfying when you got the shot. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Mark Bridger/Solent News ' Mark Bridger/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_190306/Credit:Mark Bridger/Solent News/SIPA/1503311911
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    Uk Deer roamed the streets at night as the residents slept
    03/31/2015
    Mark Bridger/Solent News/SIPA
    These deer roamed the streets at night as the residents slept, completely unaware a herd was snacking on their gardens. The herd of fallow deer live in a wooded area near the houses and at around 11pm, when the roads were deserted, they crept out of their home to eat the grass. Around 30 deer appeared and wandered through the streets until 4am, before returning to the woods. Photographer Mark Bridger captured the deer on camera as they explored around the houses and people's gardens. The 46 year old, who works as a graphic designer, said: "I love to take photos of deer, and to see them in an urban environment was strange but satisfying when you got the shot. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Mark Bridger/Solent News ' Mark Bridger/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_190306/Credit:Mark Bridger/Solent News/SIPA/1503311911

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  • Baikal lake incredible split in a frozen lake makes it look as if the world is cracking in half
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    Baikal lake incredible split in a frozen lake makes it look as if the world is cracking in half 03/31/2015 Alexey Trofimov/Solent Ne/SIPA An incredible split in a frozen lake makes it look as if the world is cracking in half. As the sun begins to rise an orange glow sweeps across the lake, which is full of spectacular cracks that run all across it. The cracks run for hundreds of metres from one side of the lake to the other. The stunning pictures of Lake Baikal in Russia were taken by freelance photographer Alexey Trofimov?. Alexey, 44, from Bratsk in Russia, described the lake as "magical" and "fell in love" with the spectacular patterns the cracks created. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Alexey Trofimov/Solent News ' Alexey Trofimov/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_185903/Credit:Alexey Trofimov/Solent Ne/SIPA/1503311911
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    Baikal lake incredible split in a frozen lake makes it look as if the world is cracking in half
    03/31/2015
    Alexey Trofimov/Solent Ne/SIPA
    An incredible split in a frozen lake makes it look as if the world is cracking in half. As the sun begins to rise an orange glow sweeps across the lake, which is full of spectacular cracks that run all across it. The cracks run for hundreds of metres from one side of the lake to the other. The stunning pictures of Lake Baikal in Russia were taken by freelance photographer Alexey Trofimov?. Alexey, 44, from Bratsk in Russia, described the lake as "magical" and "fell in love" with the spectacular patterns the cracks created. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Alexey Trofimov/Solent News ' Alexey Trofimov/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_185903/Credit:Alexey Trofimov/Solent Ne/SIPA/1503311911

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  • Wyke Farms is giving away a 24 inch Cheaster Egg made from cheddar cheese, Somerset, Britain, Mar 2015
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    Wyke Farms is giving away a 24 inch Cheaster Egg made from cheddar cheese, Somerset, Britain, Mar 2015 03/31/2015 Wyke Farms/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Wyke Farms/Rex Features. Only for use in story aboutWyke Farms giving away a Cheaster Egg work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Wyke Farms/REX (4600538b) Wyke Farms is giving away a 24-inch Easter Egg (a Cheaster Egg) made from its award-winning cheddar cheese to a deserving cheddar-loving family. The 'Giant Cheaster Egg' is two feet tall and made with 85 x 300g blocks of award winning Wyke Farms cheddar. Wyke Farms is giving away a 24 inch Cheaster Egg made from cheddar cheese, Somerset, Britain, Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q77x Do you have more of a savoury palette? Do you ever find yourself wishing you could have a savoury Easter egg, made of perhaps...cheese? If the answer is yes, then the Cheaster egg might be perfect for you. /Rex_Wyke_Farms_is_giving_away_a_24_inch_Cheaster_Egg_4600538B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Wyke Farms/Rex Features. Only for use in story aboutWyke Farms giving away a Cheaster Egg work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503311814
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    Wyke Farms is giving away a 24 inch Cheaster Egg made from cheddar cheese, Somerset, Britain, Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
    Wyke Farms/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Wyke Farms/Rex Features. Only for use in story aboutWyke Farms giving away a Cheaster Egg work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Wyke Farms/REX (4600538b) Wyke Farms is giving away a 24-inch Easter Egg (a Cheaster Egg) made from its award-winning cheddar cheese to a deserving cheddar-loving family. The 'Giant Cheaster Egg' is two feet tall and made with 85 x 300g blocks of award winning Wyke Farms cheddar. Wyke Farms is giving away a 24 inch Cheaster Egg made from cheddar cheese, Somerset, Britain, Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q77x Do you have more of a savoury palette? Do you ever find yourself wishing you could have a savoury Easter egg, made of perhaps...cheese? If the answer is yes, then the Cheaster egg might be perfect for you. /Rex_Wyke_Farms_is_giving_away_a_24_inch_Cheaster_Egg_4600538B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Wyke Farms/Rex Features. Only for use in story aboutWyke Farms giving away a Cheaster Egg work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503311814

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  • ANTS IN TUG OF WAR
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    ANTS IN TUG OF WAR 03/31/2015 Sreekumar Mahadevan Pilla/HOTSPOT/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - ANTS IN TUG OF WAR –IN PIC- These weaver ants get into a tug of war trying to keep hold of their dinner, photographed in Tiruvalla, Kerala, India -A trio of ants are locked in a tug of war over a fly as they pull the bug by its legs. The feisty ants, all desperately trying to keep hold of their dinner, are eventually joined by a small colony of weaver ants as they all bid to take the prize home. The struggle over the horse fly was photographed in Tiruvalla, Kerala, India in the back garden of Sreekumar Mahadevan Pillai. The 39-year-old Indian neurosurgeon says: ‘There is a huge teak tree leaning over my terrace which hosts millions of weaver ants.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_17204/Credit:Sreekumar Mahadevan Pilla/SIPA/1503311801
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    ANTS IN TUG OF WAR
    03/31/2015
    Sreekumar Mahadevan Pilla/HOTSPOT/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - ANTS IN TUG OF WAR –IN PIC- These weaver ants get into a tug of war trying to keep hold of their dinner, photographed in Tiruvalla, Kerala, India -A trio of ants are locked in a tug of war over a fly as they pull the bug by its legs. The feisty ants, all desperately trying to keep hold of their dinner, are eventually joined by a small colony of weaver ants as they all bid to take the prize home. The struggle over the horse fly was photographed in Tiruvalla, Kerala, India in the back garden of Sreekumar Mahadevan Pillai. The 39-year-old Indian neurosurgeon says: ‘There is a huge teak tree leaning over my terrace which hosts millions of weaver ants.……SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_17204/Credit:Sreekumar Mahadevan Pilla/SIPA/1503311801

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  • 23-year-old sheep thought to be oldest in the world, East Sussex, Britain - 04 Mar 2015
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    23-year-old sheep thought to be oldest in the world, East Sussex, Britain - 04 Mar 2015 03/31/2015 M & Y News Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by M & Y News Ltd/REX (4600518d) Dolly the sheep 23-year-old sheep thought to be oldest in the world, East Sussex, Britain - 04 Mar 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q76v The world's oldest sheep is living in a field on the South Downs. Sprightly Dolly has pulled the wool over owner Sharon Moore"s eyes by reaching her 23rd birthday. Animal loving Sharon, who runs Moore Racehorse Trust in Westmeston, East Sussex, said: "Reaching your 23rd birthday is an incredible milestone for a sheep. "She came to us six years ago from a lady who was terminally ill and was desperate to know her beloved sheep was going to be looked after. "We always get really worried that each winter will be her last as she is prone to the cold and illnesses. "I remember one year we had to keep rescuing her as she kept getting frozen to the ground. "She would lie in one place for so long that the snow would melt underneath her then re-freeze meaning her wool became stuck to the icy ground". /Rex_Oldest_sheep_world_4600518D//1503311701
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    23-year-old sheep thought to be oldest in the world, East Sussex, Britain - 04 Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
    M & Y News Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by M & Y News Ltd/REX (4600518d) Dolly the sheep 23-year-old sheep thought to be oldest in the world, East Sussex, Britain - 04 Mar 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q76v The world's oldest sheep is living in a field on the South Downs. Sprightly Dolly has pulled the wool over owner Sharon Moore"s eyes by reaching her 23rd birthday. Animal loving Sharon, who runs Moore Racehorse Trust in Westmeston, East Sussex, said: "Reaching your 23rd birthday is an incredible milestone for a sheep. "She came to us six years ago from a lady who was terminally ill and was desperate to know her beloved sheep was going to be looked after. "We always get really worried that each winter will be her last as she is prone to the cold and illnesses. "I remember one year we had to keep rescuing her as she kept getting frozen to the ground. "She would lie in one place for so long that the snow would melt underneath her then re-freeze meaning her wool became stuck to the icy ground". /Rex_Oldest_sheep_world_4600518D//1503311701

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  • Exmoor Zoo reminds people that chocolate is not always safe for animals this Easter, Britain, Mar 2015
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    Exmoor Zoo reminds people that chocolate is not always safe for animals this Easter, Britain, Mar 2015 03/31/2015 John Hammond/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Exmoor Zoo warning about animals eating chocolate. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Hammond/REX (4600501b) Everybody enjoys celebrating Easter in some way at Exmoor Zoo, and the zoo keepers try to let all of the inhabitants have fun. However it would actually be extremely dangerous for a mongoose to eat chocolate. Exmoor Zoo reminds people that chocolate is not always safe for animals this Easter, Britain, Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q76o Everybody enjoys celebrating Easter in some way at Exmoor Zoo, and the zoo keepers try to let all of the inhabitants have fun. However, the Zoo wants to remind people that chocolate is not always safe for animals. /Rex_Exmoor_Zoo_warns_chocolate_safety_UK_4600501B/MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Exmoor Zoo warning about animals eating chocolate. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503311648
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    Exmoor Zoo reminds people that chocolate is not always safe for animals this Easter, Britain, Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
    John Hammond/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Exmoor Zoo warning about animals eating chocolate. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Hammond/REX (4600501b) Everybody enjoys celebrating Easter in some way at Exmoor Zoo, and the zoo keepers try to let all of the inhabitants have fun. However it would actually be extremely dangerous for a mongoose to eat chocolate. Exmoor Zoo reminds people that chocolate is not always safe for animals this Easter, Britain, Mar 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q76o Everybody enjoys celebrating Easter in some way at Exmoor Zoo, and the zoo keepers try to let all of the inhabitants have fun. However, the Zoo wants to remind people that chocolate is not always safe for animals. /Rex_Exmoor_Zoo_warns_chocolate_safety_UK_4600501B/MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Exmoor Zoo warning about animals eating chocolate. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1503311648

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  • 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 03/31/2015 REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4600511e) Georgia Ball-Keely (aged 4) with a butterfly on her face 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_4600511E//1503311633
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4600511e) Georgia Ball-Keely (aged 4) with a butterfly on her face 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_4600511E//1503311633

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  • Black rhinoceros, hook-lipped rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis)
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    Black rhinoceros, hook-lipped rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) 03/31/2015 David Tanecek/AP/SIPA Young black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) enjoys snow in the Dvur Kralove zoo, Czech Republic, March 31, 2015. Pictured with female Jessi. Photo/David Tanecek (CTK via AP Images)/TAD 004/14195903170/CZECH REPUBLIC OUT, SLOVAKIA OUT, POLAND OUT, SWEDEN OUT, NORWAY OUT Please contact your sales representative for pricing and restriction questions. CZECH REPUBLIC OUT, SLOVAKIA OUT, POLAND OUT, SWEDEN OUT, NORWAY OUT/1503311637
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    Black rhinoceros, hook-lipped rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis)
    03/31/2015
    David Tanecek/AP/SIPA
    Young black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) enjoys snow in the Dvur Kralove zoo, Czech Republic, March 31, 2015. Pictured with female Jessi. Photo/David Tanecek (CTK via AP Images)/TAD 004/14195903170/CZECH REPUBLIC OUT, SLOVAKIA OUT, POLAND OUT, SWEDEN OUT, NORWAY OUT Please contact your sales representative for pricing and restriction questions. CZECH REPUBLIC OUT, SLOVAKIA OUT, POLAND OUT, SWEDEN OUT, NORWAY OUT/1503311637

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  • Man Paints portraits uisng his Manhood
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    Man Paints portraits uisng his Manhood 03/31/2015 Brent Ray Fraser/ HotSpot/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - MAN PAINTS PORTRAITS USING HIS MANHOOD™IN PIC- Artist Brent Ray Fraser before he begins his royal portrait - A Canadian artist has painted portraits of President Obama, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana using his manhood. Brent Ray Fraser paints without a brush and instead uses acrylic paint and his penis when creating portraits of world famous figures. SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1692702/Credit:Brent Ray Fraser/ HotSpot/SIPA/1503311645
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    Man Paints portraits uisng his Manhood
    03/31/2015
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    Pic By HotSpot Media - MAN PAINTS PORTRAITS USING HIS MANHOOD™IN PIC- Artist Brent Ray Fraser before he begins his royal portrait - A Canadian artist has painted portraits of President Obama, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana using his manhood. Brent Ray Fraser paints without a brush and instead uses acrylic paint and his penis when creating portraits of world famous figures. SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1692702/Credit:Brent Ray Fraser/ HotSpot/SIPA/1503311645

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  • Germany Zoo
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    Germany Zoo 03/31/2015 Bernd Wuestneck/AP/SIPA The 4-month-old polar bear cub makes its first experience with snow at his enclosure at the zoo in Rostock, northern Germany, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Some 3,000 emails, letters and calls recently reached the zoo during its search for a name of the young male bear. On Tuesday he was given the name Fiete. (AP Photo/dpa, Bernd Wuestneck)/LGL115/838400185421/1503311632
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    Germany Zoo
    03/31/2015
    Bernd Wuestneck/AP/SIPA
    The 4-month-old polar bear cub makes its first experience with snow at his enclosure at the zoo in Rostock, northern Germany, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Some 3,000 emails, letters and calls recently reached the zoo during its search for a name of the young male bear. On Tuesday he was given the name Fiete. (AP Photo/dpa, Bernd Wuestneck)/LGL115/838400185421/1503311632

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  • 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 03/31/2015 Vickie Flores/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Vickie Flores/LNP/REX (4600510j) Ava Kennedy (aged six) with an owl butterfly on her hand 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_4600510J//1503311629
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
    Vickie Flores/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Vickie Flores/LNP/REX (4600510j) Ava Kennedy (aged six) with an owl butterfly on her hand 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_4600510J//1503311629

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  • Anorexic Chef
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    Anorexic Chef 03/31/2015 Moira Gardner/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Faith when she was at her worst with anorexia ) - An anorexic teen whose weight nosedived to FIVE stone is fighting back by setting up a catering business. Faith March, 18 from Maldon, Essex, was surviving on nothing other than coffee when she dropped to her lowest weight in March of last year. After several ill-fated attempts to fight the illness, Faith was found collapsed in her bathroom by her boyfriend, which led to her family telling her they feared for her life if she didnt get help. After treatment at the Priory Hospital in Chelmsford, Faith now weighs just over eight stone and credits the starting of her patisserie business, Whisk of Faith, as kick-starting her recovery. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1608/Credit:Moira Gardner/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1503311628
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    Anorexic Chef
    03/31/2015
    Moira Gardner/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Faith when she was at her worst with anorexia ) - An anorexic teen whose weight nosedived to FIVE stone is fighting back by setting up a catering business. Faith March, 18 from Maldon, Essex, was surviving on nothing other than coffee when she dropped to her lowest weight in March of last year. After several ill-fated attempts to fight the illness, Faith was found collapsed in her bathroom by her boyfriend, which led to her family telling her they feared for her life if she didnt get help. After treatment at the Priory Hospital in Chelmsford, Faith now weighs just over eight stone and credits the starting of her patisserie business, Whisk of Faith, as kick-starting her recovery. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1608/Credit:Moira Gardner/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1503311628

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  • Dobbies Garden Centres plants giant rabbit topiary in Greenwich Park, London, Britain - 24 Mar 2015
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    Dobbies Garden Centres plants giant rabbit topiary in Greenwich Park, London, Britain - 24 Mar 2015 03/31/2015 Imagewise Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imagewise Ltd/REX (4600503a) 8ft herbaceous Easter topiary in the shape of a rabbit Dobbies Garden Centres plants giant rabbit topiary in Greenwich Park, London, Britain - 24 Mar 2015 Bunny ears have joined the familiar shapes of Canary Wharf and the City of London, as Easter weekend approaches. Dobbies Garden Centres has planted an eight foot herbaceous Easter topiary in Greenwich Park, to inspire the nation to think about their own gardens and outside spaces. The nation's fingers will be turning green this Easter, as predictions of great weather encourage budding gardeners and al fresco aficionados to get outdoors. According to records at Dobbies, sales are expected to more than double1 over Easter as people stock up over the long weekend and enjoy the official start to spring. Andy King, Managing Director at Dobbies, says: "We created this giant bunny topiary as an iconic symbol of Easter to make people think about their outdoor spaces, now spring is well and truly in the air. With the long weekend, there's no better time to get outside and whatever your space, make it your own." /Rex_Easter_bunny_topiary_4600503A//1503311606
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    Dobbies Garden Centres plants giant rabbit topiary in Greenwich Park, London, Britain - 24 Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
    Imagewise Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imagewise Ltd/REX (4600503a) 8ft herbaceous Easter topiary in the shape of a rabbit Dobbies Garden Centres plants giant rabbit topiary in Greenwich Park, London, Britain - 24 Mar 2015 Bunny ears have joined the familiar shapes of Canary Wharf and the City of London, as Easter weekend approaches. Dobbies Garden Centres has planted an eight foot herbaceous Easter topiary in Greenwich Park, to inspire the nation to think about their own gardens and outside spaces. The nation's fingers will be turning green this Easter, as predictions of great weather encourage budding gardeners and al fresco aficionados to get outdoors. According to records at Dobbies, sales are expected to more than double1 over Easter as people stock up over the long weekend and enjoy the official start to spring. Andy King, Managing Director at Dobbies, says: "We created this giant bunny topiary as an iconic symbol of Easter to make people think about their outdoor spaces, now spring is well and truly in the air. With the long weekend, there's no better time to get outside and whatever your space, make it your own." /Rex_Easter_bunny_topiary_4600503A//1503311606

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  • Gardening-New Ethos
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    Gardening-New Ethos 03/31/2015 Doug Tallamy/AP/SIPA This photo provided by Timber Press shows a butterfly and bee pollinating a flower in the book, "The Living Landscape," (Timber Press) by Rick Darke and Doug Tallamy. Rather than being redundant, a diversity of pollinators creates stability in vital pollinator communities. (AP Photo/Timber Press, Doug Tallamy)/NYLS452/108489629342/FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING/1503311520
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    Gardening-New Ethos
    03/31/2015
    Doug Tallamy/AP/SIPA
    This photo provided by Timber Press shows a butterfly and bee pollinating a flower in the book, "The Living Landscape," (Timber Press) by Rick Darke and Doug Tallamy. Rather than being redundant, a diversity of pollinators creates stability in vital pollinator communities. (AP Photo/Timber Press, Doug Tallamy)/NYLS452/108489629342/FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING/1503311520

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  • Pigeon portrait book
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    Pigeon portrait book 03/31/2015 GUZELIAN/SIPA Picture by Richard Bailey/Guzelian Pictured: Holle Cropper, Red A passionate pigeon photographer is aiming to create the first ever book of portraits dedicated to his favourite bird. Richard Bailey, 49, from London, has been photographing fancy pigeons at shows and in his studio since 2009 after being influenced by naturalist and geologist Charles Darwin. His work has seen him photograph over 50 different types of pigeons, which he is now hoping to showcase in a book that has never been seen before. ÒI took the first set of pigeons to coincide with the 150th anniversary of 'Origin of the species',Ó said Mr Bailey, whose book is entitled ÔDarwinÕs PigeonsÕ. ÒIt wasn't something I normally do, but I enjoyed taking 'portraits' of the birds very much. I knew there was 'something there'. I have always admired the animal paintings of George Stubbs, especially his horses and the very regal way in which he depicted them. ÒI wanted to give the 'humble' pigeon this authority and also, in some way, to carry on this great tradition of animal iconography.Ó In 1855, Charles Darwin became a pigeon fancier and set up a breeding loft at his home in the village of Downe, Kent. Mr Bailey intended for the images to be used to celebrate the pigeons that played an important part in Darwin's work but nearly five years on, the project has become much more. /GUZELIAN_151501/Credit:GUZELIAN/SIPA/1503311519
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    Pigeon portrait book
    03/31/2015
    GUZELIAN/SIPA
    Picture by Richard Bailey/Guzelian Pictured: Holle Cropper, Red A passionate pigeon photographer is aiming to create the first ever book of portraits dedicated to his favourite bird. Richard Bailey, 49, from London, has been photographing fancy pigeons at shows and in his studio since 2009 after being influenced by naturalist and geologist Charles Darwin. His work has seen him photograph over 50 different types of pigeons, which he is now hoping to showcase in a book that has never been seen before. ÒI took the first set of pigeons to coincide with the 150th anniversary of 'Origin of the species',Ó said Mr Bailey, whose book is entitled ÔDarwinÕs PigeonsÕ. ÒIt wasn't something I normally do, but I enjoyed taking 'portraits' of the birds very much. I knew there was 'something there'. I have always admired the animal paintings of George Stubbs, especially his horses and the very regal way in which he depicted them. ÒI wanted to give the 'humble' pigeon this authority and also, in some way, to carry on this great tradition of animal iconography.Ó In 1855, Charles Darwin became a pigeon fancier and set up a breeding loft at his home in the village of Downe, Kent. Mr Bailey intended for the images to be used to celebrate the pigeons that played an important part in Darwin's work but nearly five years on, the project has become much more. /GUZELIAN_151501/Credit:GUZELIAN/SIPA/1503311519

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  • Britain Butterfly Exhibition
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    Britain Butterfly Exhibition 03/31/2015 Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP/SIPA Ava Kennedy, 6, poses as she looks closely at two owl butterflies as they land on her hands during a media opportunity at the Natural History Museum in London, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Hundreds of live tropical butterflies will fill the butterfly house for the returning exhibition called 'Sensational Butterflies' open at the museum from April 2 until Sept.13. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)/LKW105/287844391143/1503311428
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    Britain Butterfly Exhibition
    03/31/2015
    Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP/SIPA
    Ava Kennedy, 6, poses as she looks closely at two owl butterflies as they land on her hands during a media opportunity at the Natural History Museum in London, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Hundreds of live tropical butterflies will fill the butterfly house for the returning exhibition called 'Sensational Butterflies' open at the museum from April 2 until Sept.13. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)/LKW105/287844391143/1503311428

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  • Germany Weather
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    Germany Weather 03/31/2015 Peter Kneffel/AP/SIPA A surfer enjoys the heavy wind on lake Ammersee near Herrsching, southern Germany, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Wide parts of Germany were hit by storm "Niklas". (AP Photo/dpa, Peter Kneffel)/LGL110/773380907364/1503311425
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    Germany Weather
    03/31/2015
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    A surfer enjoys the heavy wind on lake Ammersee near Herrsching, southern Germany, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Wide parts of Germany were hit by storm "Niklas". (AP Photo/dpa, Peter Kneffel)/LGL110/773380907364/1503311425

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  • 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 03/31/2015 Jonathan Hordle/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX (4595227g) Children pose in the exhibit 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_at_The_Natu_4595227G//1503311406
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    'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015
    03/31/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX (4595227g) Children pose in the exhibit 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition at The Natural History Museum, London, Britain - 31 Mar 2015 /Rex_Sensational_Butterflies_exhibition_at_The_Natu_4595227G//1503311406

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