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  • Lions up a tree
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    Lions up a tree 07/06/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (Pictured: Lions napping up a tree in Central Serengeti, Tanzania ) - Just lion around! This is the bizarre moment an entire pride of lions decided to take a kip - 15 feet up a tree At least 15 of the beasts were caught on camera lounging on the branches of a sturdy tree in Central Serengeti, Tanzania But while it might look as though they were using the vantage point to seek out prey, photographer Bobby-Jo Clow,from Dubbo, Australia, revealed the laid back pride were actually trying to escape flies living in the long grass. Bobby-Jo, 32, said: I was leading a photographic safari in the Serengeti and on our first official day in the park we came across this incredible sighting. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111710/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1507061122
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    Lions up a tree
    07/06/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (Pictured: Lions napping up a tree in Central Serengeti, Tanzania ) - Just lion around! This is the bizarre moment an entire pride of lions decided to take a kip - 15 feet up a tree At least 15 of the beasts were caught on camera lounging on the branches of a sturdy tree in Central Serengeti, Tanzania But while it might look as though they were using the vantage point to seek out prey, photographer Bobby-Jo Clow,from Dubbo, Australia, revealed the laid back pride were actually trying to escape flies living in the long grass. Bobby-Jo, 32, said: I was leading a photographic safari in the Serengeti and on our first official day in the park we came across this incredible sighting. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_111710/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1507061122

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  • Fra Artis Fabrice' Kamelion' Pressigout  and in his series "dictators" made out of plastic oil cans.
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    Fra Artis Fabrice' Kamelion' Pressigout and in his series "dictators" made out of plastic oil cans. 07/06/2015 JEAN MICHEL NOSSANT/SIPA French artist Fabrice' Kamelion' Pressigout and in his series "dictators" made out of plastic oil cans . Fabrice " Kamelion" Pressigout est un artiste placticien, sculpteur par assemblage de differents materiaux .Dans sa serie " les dictateurs" les bidons de petrole en plastiques ont ete une formidable base de travail pour tourner en derision ces personnages qui se font eriger des statues de marbres.Fabrice Pressigout expose regulierement sont travail en France.Mazerolles,FRANCE-01/07/2015/NOSSANT_0954015/Credit:JEAN MICHEL NOSSANT/SIPA/1507021000
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    Fra Artis Fabrice' Kamelion' Pressigout and in his series "dictators" made out of plastic oil cans.
    07/06/2015
    JEAN MICHEL NOSSANT/SIPA
    French artist Fabrice' Kamelion' Pressigout and in his series "dictators" made out of plastic oil cans . Fabrice " Kamelion" Pressigout est un artiste placticien, sculpteur par assemblage de differents materiaux .Dans sa serie " les dictateurs" les bidons de petrole en plastiques ont ete une formidable base de travail pour tourner en derision ces personnages qui se font eriger des statues de marbres.Fabrice Pressigout expose regulierement sont travail en France.Mazerolles,FRANCE-01/07/2015/NOSSANT_0954015/Credit:JEAN MICHEL NOSSANT/SIPA/1507021000

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  • China High Hells Race
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    China High Hells Race 07/04/2015 Hu Yuanjia/XINHUA/SIPA (150704) -- TAIYUAN, July 4, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Participants run during a "High Heels Race" in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi Province, July 3, 2015. Participants had to run 50 meters in 10-centimeter high heels in the race. (Xinhua/Hu Yuanjia) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1200502/Credit:Hu Yuanjia/XINHUA/SIPA/1507041220
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    China High Hells Race
    07/04/2015
    Hu Yuanjia/XINHUA/SIPA
    (150704) -- TAIYUAN, July 4, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Participants run during a "High Heels Race" in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi Province, July 3, 2015. Participants had to run 50 meters in 10-centimeter high heels in the race. (Xinhua/Hu Yuanjia) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1200502/Credit:Hu Yuanjia/XINHUA/SIPA/1507041220

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  • Mexico mother humpback whale teaching her calf a very important lesson
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    Mexico mother humpback whale teaching her calf a very important lesson 07/03/2015 Anuar Patjane/Solent News/SIPA These rare photos show a mother humpback whale teaching her calf a very important lesson - on how to breathe. The incredible photos of the mother and son show the young humpback learning how to control its buoyancy and how to properly breathe by spouting. Humpback whales, who are mammals and need oxygen, must come up to the surface of the water regularly to breathe using the blow hole at the top of their heads. The "once in a lifetime" pictures of the whales in Roca Partida, Mexico, one of the four Revillagigedo Islands, were taken by Anuar Patjane, during five hours of diving. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Humpback whale teaching it's calf to breathe. Please byline: Anuar Patjane/Solent News ' Anuar Patjane/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1433504/Credit:Anuar Patjane/Solent News/SIPA/1507031442
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    Mexico mother humpback whale teaching her calf a very important lesson
    07/03/2015
    Anuar Patjane/Solent News/SIPA
    These rare photos show a mother humpback whale teaching her calf a very important lesson - on how to breathe. The incredible photos of the mother and son show the young humpback learning how to control its buoyancy and how to properly breathe by spouting. Humpback whales, who are mammals and need oxygen, must come up to the surface of the water regularly to breathe using the blow hole at the top of their heads. The "once in a lifetime" pictures of the whales in Roca Partida, Mexico, one of the four Revillagigedo Islands, were taken by Anuar Patjane, during five hours of diving. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Humpback whale teaching it's calf to breathe. Please byline: Anuar Patjane/Solent News ' Anuar Patjane/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1433504/Credit:Anuar Patjane/Solent News/SIPA/1507031442

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  • Scotland Incredible Sunset
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    Scotland Incredible Sunset 07/03/2015 Tom Duffin/Solent News/SIPA These incredible sunsets cast a bright orange glow over the skyline and make the people look as though they are the same size as the sun. As the sun sets it makes the huge cathedrals, colleges and castles appear like giant black shadows imprinted on the sky. Photographer Tom Duffin captures these stunning images by using a technique called forced perspective at various location in and around Edinburgh, Scotland. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: One of the stunning sunsets, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Please byline: Tom Duffin/Solent News ' Tom Duffin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_165006/Credit:Tom Duffin/Solent News/SIPA/1507031442
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    Scotland Incredible Sunset
    07/03/2015
    Tom Duffin/Solent News/SIPA
    These incredible sunsets cast a bright orange glow over the skyline and make the people look as though they are the same size as the sun. As the sun sets it makes the huge cathedrals, colleges and castles appear like giant black shadows imprinted on the sky. Photographer Tom Duffin captures these stunning images by using a technique called forced perspective at various location in and around Edinburgh, Scotland. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: One of the stunning sunsets, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Please byline: Tom Duffin/Solent News ' Tom Duffin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_165006/Credit:Tom Duffin/Solent News/SIPA/1507031442

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  • Mass of sea lions on the dock
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    Mass of sea lions on the dock 07/03/2015 Francois Roughol/Solent N/SIPA Pictured: The mass of sea lions on the dock. Feeling the heat? This sea of sea lions look as though they have melted in the sun. The lazy sea lions took over a dock that is normally used to moor ships and refused to budge, making it impossible for anyone to approach. Francois Roughol found the mass of sea lions, which can reach sizes of nearly eight feet long, after he heard them barking at each other and went to investigate. They were pictured in the port of Astoria, in Oregon, USA. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Francois Roughol/Solent News ' Francois Roughol/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_14280004/Credit:Francois Roughol/Solent N/SIPA/1507031442
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    Mass of sea lions on the dock
    07/03/2015
    Francois Roughol/Solent N/SIPA
    Pictured: The mass of sea lions on the dock. Feeling the heat? This sea of sea lions look as though they have melted in the sun. The lazy sea lions took over a dock that is normally used to moor ships and refused to budge, making it impossible for anyone to approach. Francois Roughol found the mass of sea lions, which can reach sizes of nearly eight feet long, after he heard them barking at each other and went to investigate. They were pictured in the port of Astoria, in Oregon, USA. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Francois Roughol/Solent News ' Francois Roughol/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_14280004/Credit:Francois Roughol/Solent N/SIPA/1507031442

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  • Hot tub doubles as a drivable vessel
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    Hot tub doubles as a drivable vessel 07/03/2015 HotTug/Firebox/Solent News/SIPA This hot tub doubles as a drivable vessel, meaning you can sail it wherever you want while you relax in the water. The Hot Tug is a £30,000 hot tub and boat that can reach speeds of 3mph (2.6 knots) using an electric powered propulsion system. Available through the stockist Firebox.com, the tub uses a wood burning stove to keep hot the 1,800 litres of water it can hold and also regulates the temperature. Its inventor Frank de Bruijn, 45, said: "You fill the tub with water, put some wood in the stove, heat it and in a couple of hours you are ready to bath and sail. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The Hot Tug in action. Please byline: HotTug/Firebox/Solent News ' HotTug/Firebox/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1422403/Credit:HotTug/Firebox/Solent New/SIPA/1507031439
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    Hot tub doubles as a drivable vessel
    07/03/2015
    HotTug/Firebox/Solent News/SIPA
    This hot tub doubles as a drivable vessel, meaning you can sail it wherever you want while you relax in the water. The Hot Tug is a £30,000 hot tub and boat that can reach speeds of 3mph (2.6 knots) using an electric powered propulsion system. Available through the stockist Firebox.com, the tub uses a wood burning stove to keep hot the 1,800 litres of water it can hold and also regulates the temperature. Its inventor Frank de Bruijn, 45, said: "You fill the tub with water, put some wood in the stove, heat it and in a couple of hours you are ready to bath and sail. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: The Hot Tug in action. Please byline: HotTug/Firebox/Solent News ' HotTug/Firebox/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1422403/Credit:HotTug/Firebox/Solent New/SIPA/1507031439

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  • LION IS NEARLY TRAMPLED
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    LION IS NEARLY TRAMPLED 07/03/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The Lion wakes up not a moment too soon.) - This is the hilarious moment a dopey lion escapes by a whisker after almost getting almost trampled on by a giant elephant. The thirsty lion was busy drinking from a watering hole when he failed to hear the giant footsteps of an elephant approaching fast behind him. With one hoof raised just inches from the lions head, the elephant appeared to be just seconds away from trampling on the big cat. But luckily for the lion it looked up just in time and managed to escape by a whisker as it quickly moved out of the elephants way. Having spent some time observing the waterhole, Johan Bernard, 49, was lucky enough to capture this moment in Nxai Pans in Botswana, on camera./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1507031352
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    LION IS NEARLY TRAMPLED
    07/03/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The Lion wakes up not a moment too soon.) - This is the hilarious moment a dopey lion escapes by a whisker after almost getting almost trampled on by a giant elephant. The thirsty lion was busy drinking from a watering hole when he failed to hear the giant footsteps of an elephant approaching fast behind him. With one hoof raised just inches from the lions head, the elephant appeared to be just seconds away from trampling on the big cat. But luckily for the lion it looked up just in time and managed to escape by a whisker as it quickly moved out of the elephants way. Having spent some time observing the waterhole, Johan Bernard, 49, was lucky enough to capture this moment in Nxai Pans in Botswana, on camera./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1507031352

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  • BMX rider performs in a yellow field,
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    BMX rider performs in a yellow field, 07/01/2015 Sergey Illin/Red Bull/SIPA Vasya Lukyanenko performs in a yellow field, (rapeseed) in Kiev, Ukraine on June 13th, 2015/REDBULLCONTENTPOOL_1618.01/Credit:Sergey Illin/Red Bull/SIPA/1507011623
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    BMX rider performs in a yellow field,
    07/01/2015
    Sergey Illin/Red Bull/SIPA
    Vasya Lukyanenko performs in a yellow field, (rapeseed) in Kiev, Ukraine on June 13th, 2015/REDBULLCONTENTPOOL_1618.01/Credit:Sergey Illin/Red Bull/SIPA/1507011623

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  • China Giant Panda
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    China Giant Panda 07/01/2015 Lin Hong/XINHUA/SIPA (150701) -- CHANGCHUN, July 1, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A giant panda walks in the panda house of the Siberian Tiger Park of Jilin Province in Changchun City, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, July 1, 2015. A pair of giant pandas from the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda saw public in the Siberian Tiger Park of Jilin Province on Wednesday. The pandas, one male and one female, eight years old and seven years old respectively, will be raised here for three years. (Xinhua/Lin Hong) (zwx)/CHINENOUVELLE_134404/Credit:Lin Hong/XINHUA/SIPA/1507011445
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    China Giant Panda
    07/01/2015
    Lin Hong/XINHUA/SIPA
    (150701) -- CHANGCHUN, July 1, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A giant panda walks in the panda house of the Siberian Tiger Park of Jilin Province in Changchun City, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, July 1, 2015. A pair of giant pandas from the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda saw public in the Siberian Tiger Park of Jilin Province on Wednesday. The pandas, one male and one female, eight years old and seven years old respectively, will be raised here for three years. (Xinhua/Lin Hong) (zwx)/CHINENOUVELLE_134404/Credit:Lin Hong/XINHUA/SIPA/1507011445

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  • Tokyo Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper"
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    Tokyo Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" 07/01/2015 Stringer/XINHUA/SIPA (150701) -- TOKYO, July 1, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" works as a part time staff at a specialty shop selling Tottori prefecture's products in Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015. "Pepper" will work at the shop until July 2 with 1,500 JPY (about 12 U.S. dollars) per hour. (Xinhua/Stringer) /CHINENOUVELLE_1466603/Credit:Stringer/XINHUA/SIPA/1507011445
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    Tokyo Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper"
    07/01/2015
    Stringer/XINHUA/SIPA
    (150701) -- TOKYO, July 1, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" works as a part time staff at a specialty shop selling Tottori prefecture's products in Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015. "Pepper" will work at the shop until July 2 with 1,500 JPY (about 12 U.S. dollars) per hour. (Xinhua/Stringer) /CHINENOUVELLE_1466603/Credit:Stringer/XINHUA/SIPA/1507011445

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  • The moon sets over Patras just before dawn
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    The moon sets over Patras just before dawn 07/01/2015 Alexandros Maragos/Pacifi/SIPA The moon sets over the Harbour of Patras, Greece's third largest urban area on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015. Greece's last-minute overtures to international creditors for financial aid on Tuesday were not enough to save the country from becoming the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).(Photo by Alexandros Maragos / Pacific Press)/PACIFICPRESS_1240.01/Credit:Alexandros Maragos/Pacifi/SIPA/1507011245
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    The moon sets over Patras just before dawn
    07/01/2015
    Alexandros Maragos/Pacifi/SIPA
    The moon sets over the Harbour of Patras, Greece's third largest urban area on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015. Greece's last-minute overtures to international creditors for financial aid on Tuesday were not enough to save the country from becoming the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).(Photo by Alexandros Maragos / Pacific Press)/PACIFICPRESS_1240.01/Credit:Alexandros Maragos/Pacifi/SIPA/1507011245

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  • Eruption of Wolf Volcano, Galapagos Islands
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    Eruption of Wolf Volcano, Galapagos Islands 07/01/2015 N.A.S.A/SIPA In late May 2015, the highest volcano in the Galapagos Islands erupted for the first time in 33 years. The explosive eruption at Wolf volcano on Isabela Island sent volcanic gases and ash roughly 15 kilometers (50,000 feet) into the sky, while lava flowed through a fissure, down eastern and southeastern slopes, and eventually reached the sea. In early June, the sulfur-rich lava flows on the slopes appeared to subside. This image of Wolf was acquired on June 11, 2015, by the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on the Terra satellite. The false-color image combines near-infrared, red, and green light (ASTER bands 3-2-1), with vegetated areas appearing in red and lava generally appearing charcoal or black./NASA_1212.01/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1507011237
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    Eruption of Wolf Volcano, Galapagos Islands
    07/01/2015
    N.A.S.A/SIPA
    In late May 2015, the highest volcano in the Galapagos Islands erupted for the first time in 33 years. The explosive eruption at Wolf volcano on Isabela Island sent volcanic gases and ash roughly 15 kilometers (50,000 feet) into the sky, while lava flowed through a fissure, down eastern and southeastern slopes, and eventually reached the sea. In early June, the sulfur-rich lava flows on the slopes appeared to subside. This image of Wolf was acquired on June 11, 2015, by the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on the Terra satellite. The false-color image combines near-infrared, red, and green light (ASTER bands 3-2-1), with vegetated areas appearing in red and lava generally appearing charcoal or black./NASA_1212.01/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1507011237

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  • Hot air balloons  Cappadocia, Turkey
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    Hot air balloons Cappadocia, Turkey 06/30/2015 Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull/SIPA Veso Ovcharov of Bulgaria performs during the Triple infinity tumbling Synchro World record project in Cappadocia, Turkey on June 21, 2015. // Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull Content Pool /SIPA_1608.07/Credit:Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull/SIPA/1506301619
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    Hot air balloons Cappadocia, Turkey
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    Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull/SIPA
    Veso Ovcharov of Bulgaria performs during the Triple infinity tumbling Synchro World record project in Cappadocia, Turkey on June 21, 2015. // Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull Content Pool /SIPA_1608.07/Credit:Predrag Vuckovic/Red Bull/SIPA/1506301619

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  • Finland Bear Cubs
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    Finland Bear Cubs 06/30/2015 Jules Cox/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: One of the young bear cubs. A mother bear watches over her young brood as her cubs play hide and seek with each other and scamper around the forest floor. Jules Cox spent four nights camped out watching the animals and capturing images of the Brown Bears from a wooden hide in the forest. The purpose built hide in the bears' natural habitat allowed the professional wildlife photographer to get up close and personal with the huge predators and their tiny offspring. The stunning images of the young bears were taken in the Taiga forest, in Eastern Finland, which has an estimated 1,500 Brown Bears living in woods across the country. SEE OURC OPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Jules Cox/Solent News ' Jules Cox/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_151810/Credit:Jules Cox/Solent News/SIPA/1506301524
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    Finland Bear Cubs
    06/30/2015
    Jules Cox/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: One of the young bear cubs. A mother bear watches over her young brood as her cubs play hide and seek with each other and scamper around the forest floor. Jules Cox spent four nights camped out watching the animals and capturing images of the Brown Bears from a wooden hide in the forest. The purpose built hide in the bears' natural habitat allowed the professional wildlife photographer to get up close and personal with the huge predators and their tiny offspring. The stunning images of the young bears were taken in the Taiga forest, in Eastern Finland, which has an estimated 1,500 Brown Bears living in woods across the country. SEE OURC OPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Jules Cox/Solent News ' Jules Cox/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_151810/Credit:Jules Cox/Solent News/SIPA/1506301524

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  • Adorable Inquisitive Owls
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    Adorable Inquisitive Owls 06/30/2015 Keith R. Crowley/Caters N/SIPA PIC FROM KEITH CROWLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The adorable owls look directly into the camera) - Talk about smiling for the camera! These inquisitive owls look like theyre posing for a family portrait. These baby burrowing owls were snapped having a hoot of a time in Badlands National Park, South Dakota, by 54-year-old photographer Keith Crowley. The curious owls were snapped posing for the camera and playing amongst themselves. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1349.06/Credit:Keith R. Crowley/Caters N/SIPA/1506301356
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    Adorable Inquisitive Owls
    06/30/2015
    Keith R. Crowley/Caters N/SIPA
    PIC FROM KEITH CROWLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The adorable owls look directly into the camera) - Talk about smiling for the camera! These inquisitive owls look like theyre posing for a family portrait. These baby burrowing owls were snapped having a hoot of a time in Badlands National Park, South Dakota, by 54-year-old photographer Keith Crowley. The curious owls were snapped posing for the camera and playing amongst themselves. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1349.06/Credit:Keith R. Crowley/Caters N/SIPA/1506301356

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  • 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London  - 29 Jun 2015
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    'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 06/30/2015 REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674m) Michel Roux Jnr, Richard Ballardand Steven Dring 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp. /Rex_Growing_Underground_farm_4889674M//1506301326
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    'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015
    06/30/2015
    REX Shutterstock/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674m) Michel Roux Jnr, Richard Ballardand Steven Dring 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp. /Rex_Growing_Underground_farm_4889674M//1506301326

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  • Woman marries her real life superhero after he comes to her aid on a bus, Norwich, Britain - Apr 2015
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    Woman marries her real life superhero after he comes to her aid on a bus, Norwich, Britain - Apr 2015 06/30/2015 Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutterstock (4889666c) Charlie Crowe and husband Gary in his Superman costume Woman marries her real life superhero after he comes to her aid on a bus, Norwich, Britain - Apr 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkt5 With a receding hairline, glasses and a buss pass, Gary Crowe, 34, may not have looked like Superman. But besotted Charlie Crowe, 27, knew she had met her own real life superhero when cagoule wearing Gary flew to her rescue when she had a meltdown on a packed bus. She fell head over heels in love with her 'hero' so when the couple wed proud Gary donned a full Superman outfit to say 'I do'. Their superhero wedding cost less than GBP 300 but Charlie says marrying Superman Gary, who is registered disabled with severe epilepsy, was the best day of her life. Charlie, who styled her own dress on Wonderwoman and was attended by a Supergirl bridesmaid, said: "He might not look like a hero but he's Superman to me. "I knew when he came to my recue on the bus that day that there was something special about Gary. He is the most caring kindest man you can meet". /Rex_Woman_marries_her_real_life_superhero_4889666C//1506301256
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    Woman marries her real life superhero after he comes to her aid on a bus, Norwich, Britain - Apr 2015
    06/30/2015
    Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutt/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutterstock (4889666c) Charlie Crowe and husband Gary in his Superman costume Woman marries her real life superhero after he comes to her aid on a bus, Norwich, Britain - Apr 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkt5 With a receding hairline, glasses and a buss pass, Gary Crowe, 34, may not have looked like Superman. But besotted Charlie Crowe, 27, knew she had met her own real life superhero when cagoule wearing Gary flew to her rescue when she had a meltdown on a packed bus. She fell head over heels in love with her 'hero' so when the couple wed proud Gary donned a full Superman outfit to say 'I do'. Their superhero wedding cost less than GBP 300 but Charlie says marrying Superman Gary, who is registered disabled with severe epilepsy, was the best day of her life. Charlie, who styled her own dress on Wonderwoman and was attended by a Supergirl bridesmaid, said: "He might not look like a hero but he's Superman to me. "I knew when he came to my recue on the bus that day that there was something special about Gary. He is the most caring kindest man you can meet". /Rex_Woman_marries_her_real_life_superhero_4889666C//1506301256

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  • Rear of the Year photocall, Manchester, Britain - 30 Jun 2015
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    Rear of the Year photocall, Manchester, Britain - 30 Jun 2015 06/30/2015 MCPIX/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by MCPIX/REX Shutterstock (4889648d) Kym Marsh Rear of the Year photocall, Manchester, Britain - 30 Jun 2015 /Rex_Rear_of_the_Year_Kym_Marsh_4889648D//1506301229
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    Rear of the Year photocall, Manchester, Britain - 30 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by MCPIX/REX Shutterstock (4889648d) Kym Marsh Rear of the Year photocall, Manchester, Britain - 30 Jun 2015 /Rex_Rear_of_the_Year_Kym_Marsh_4889648D//1506301229

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  • Female Bornean orangutan Mali walks a tightrope, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 20 Apr 2015
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    Female Bornean orangutan Mali walks a tightrope, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 20 Apr 2015 06/30/2015 Paignton Zoo/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4681924i) (Archive picture) Mali (20) and her two-year-old toddler Tatau climbing around in a cargo net Female Bornean orangutan Mali walks a tightrope, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 20 Apr 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qks3 A baby orangutan can be seen kissing its mother before doing roly polys in sheer delight. LICENCE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/132191640 WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Mo-TyLz3VQ0 Bornean orangutan mother Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau are residents at Paigtnon Zoo, Devon. Paignton Zoo spokesperson Phil Knowling said: "We try to avoid anthropomorphising too much, but on this occasion it's hard not to see this as a very human moment. "Their species might be in big trouble, but mother and daughter, safe in their zoo home, are relaxed, content and displaying affection." /Rex_Mother_and_daughter_orangutan_kiss_4681924I/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission/1506301209
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    Female Bornean orangutan Mali walks a tightrope, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 20 Apr 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4681924i) (Archive picture) Mali (20) and her two-year-old toddler Tatau climbing around in a cargo net Female Bornean orangutan Mali walks a tightrope, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 20 Apr 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qks3 A baby orangutan can be seen kissing its mother before doing roly polys in sheer delight. LICENCE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/132191640 WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Mo-TyLz3VQ0 Bornean orangutan mother Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau are residents at Paigtnon Zoo, Devon. Paignton Zoo spokesperson Phil Knowling said: "We try to avoid anthropomorphising too much, but on this occasion it's hard not to see this as a very human moment. "Their species might be in big trouble, but mother and daughter, safe in their zoo home, are relaxed, content and displaying affection." /Rex_Mother_and_daughter_orangutan_kiss_4681924I/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission/1506301209

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  • Mother and daughter orangutan kiss, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 29 June 2015
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    Mother and daughter orangutan kiss, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 29 June 2015 06/30/2015 Paignton Zoo/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4889619b) Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau share a kiss Mother and daughter orangutan kiss, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 29 June 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qks3 A baby orangutan can be seen kissing its mother before doing roly polys in sheer delight. LICENCE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/132191640 WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Mo-TyLz3VQ0 Bornean orangutan mother Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau are residents at Paigtnon Zoo, Devon. Paignton Zoo spokesperson Phil Knowling said: "We try to avoid anthropomorphising too much, but on this occasion it's hard not to see this as a very human moment. "Their species might be in big trouble, but mother and daughter, safe in their zoo home, are relaxed, content and displaying affection." /Rex_Mother_and_daughter_orangutan_kiss_4889619B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock/1506301209
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    Mother and daughter orangutan kiss, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 29 June 2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock (4889619b) Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau share a kiss Mother and daughter orangutan kiss, Paignton Zoo, Devon, Britain - 29 June 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qks3 A baby orangutan can be seen kissing its mother before doing roly polys in sheer delight. LICENCE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/132191640 WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Mo-TyLz3VQ0 Bornean orangutan mother Mali and her two-year old daughter Tatau are residents at Paigtnon Zoo, Devon. Paignton Zoo spokesperson Phil Knowling said: "We try to avoid anthropomorphising too much, but on this occasion it's hard not to see this as a very human moment. "Their species might be in big trouble, but mother and daughter, safe in their zoo home, are relaxed, content and displaying affection." /Rex_Mother_and_daughter_orangutan_kiss_4889619B/MANDATORY CREDIT: Paignton Zoo/REX Shutterstock/1506301209

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  • NY: PHNY’s Designer Puppy Play Date
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    NY: PHNY’s Designer Puppy Play Date 06/30/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Franzi, Bark Hyatt, Dog - 6/29/2015 - New York, New York - PHNY’s Designer Puppy Play Date held at Park Hyatt New York, NYC. (Photo by Ryan Kobane/BFA) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15533875/*** Great Britain, Ireland, Australia OUT ***/1506301145
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    NY: PHNY’s Designer Puppy Play Date
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    Franzi, Bark Hyatt, Dog - 6/29/2015 - New York, New York - PHNY’s Designer Puppy Play Date held at Park Hyatt New York, NYC. (Photo by Ryan Kobane/BFA) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15533875/*** Great Britain, Ireland, Australia OUT ***/1506301145

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  • 111 BRIDESMAIDS
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    111 BRIDESMAIDS 06/29/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: On their wedding day, Karen and David Ault with their 111 bridesmaids) - A child-minder has renewed wedding vows with her husband, inviting 111 bridesmaids and page boys who shes cared over the years. Karen and David Ault, 48 and 51, from Castle Donington, East Mids, have renewed their wedding vows after 25 years while Karen is also celebrating her 25-year career as a child-minder coming to an end. Karen said: Theres nothing odd to us about inviting all the children theyve played such a big part in our lives because I love children and Ive loved being a child-minder. Ive had an absolutely fantastic time as a child-minder, its been amazing so when I decided to finish I realised I had to do something to celebrate it. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18000001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506291803
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    111 BRIDESMAIDS
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    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: On their wedding day, Karen and David Ault with their 111 bridesmaids) - A child-minder has renewed wedding vows with her husband, inviting 111 bridesmaids and page boys who shes cared over the years. Karen and David Ault, 48 and 51, from Castle Donington, East Mids, have renewed their wedding vows after 25 years while Karen is also celebrating her 25-year career as a child-minder coming to an end. Karen said: Theres nothing odd to us about inviting all the children theyve played such a big part in our lives because I love children and Ive loved being a child-minder. Ive had an absolutely fantastic time as a child-minder, its been amazing so when I decided to finish I realised I had to do something to celebrate it. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18000001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506291803

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  • Incredible Leopard Close Up
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    Incredible Leopard Close Up 06/29/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The leopard paws the camera which makes it look like it is taking a selfie ) - Look out for the PAWparazzi! This leopard might appear to be pouting for a selfie - but its actually a clever shot taken by brave wildlife photographer Russell McLaughlin. The South African snapper was allowed to get up close to this captive leopard to take some intimate snaps. Russell was allowed into the Tshukudu Game Reserve in South Africas Limpopo Province, privately owned by a friend, to take the pictures and says the leopard seemed very interested in coming for a closer look at what he was doing. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506291238
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    Incredible Leopard Close Up
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    (PICTURED: The leopard paws the camera which makes it look like it is taking a selfie ) - Look out for the PAWparazzi! This leopard might appear to be pouting for a selfie - but its actually a clever shot taken by brave wildlife photographer Russell McLaughlin. The South African snapper was allowed to get up close to this captive leopard to take some intimate snaps. Russell was allowed into the Tshukudu Game Reserve in South Africas Limpopo Province, privately owned by a friend, to take the pictures and says the leopard seemed very interested in coming for a closer look at what he was doing. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506291238

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  • First robot wedding in Japan The "Robo-kon" marriage ceremony
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    First robot wedding in Japan The "Robo-kon" marriage ceremony 06/27/2015 Nicolas Datiche/SIPA Maywa Denki's Frois and Yuki Kashiwagi android Yukirin join together in holy matrimony in Cay cafe in Omotesando. Tokyo, JAPAN 27/06/2015/DATICHE_1805.01/Credit:Nicolas Datiche/SIPA/1506272307
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    First robot wedding in Japan The "Robo-kon" marriage ceremony
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    Maywa Denki's Frois and Yuki Kashiwagi android Yukirin join together in holy matrimony in Cay cafe in Omotesando. Tokyo, JAPAN 27/06/2015/DATICHE_1805.01/Credit:Nicolas Datiche/SIPA/1506272307

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  • Playful Baby Japanese Macaques
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    Playful Baby Japanese Macaques 06/26/2015 Bart Breet/HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - PLAYFUL BABY JAPANESE MACAQUES âPIC- These adorable Japanese macaques tease their friend whilst playing in the hot springs in Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan - A group of adorable Japanese macaques playfully tease each other during a grooming session in a hot spring. The young monkeys were photographed in Jigokudani Monkey Park in Japan, where the primates bathe in naturally warm water which is heated by the Earth. Dutch photographer Bart Breet visited the park in central Japan and captured the cheeky animals. The 46-year-old, of De Meern, Netherlands, says: Baby Japanese macaques are constantly playing and grooming for fun, but also to establish social bonds./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1916001/Credit:Bart Breet/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1506261922
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    Playful Baby Japanese Macaques
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    Pic By HotSpot Media - PLAYFUL BABY JAPANESE MACAQUES âPIC- These adorable Japanese macaques tease their friend whilst playing in the hot springs in Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan - A group of adorable Japanese macaques playfully tease each other during a grooming session in a hot spring. The young monkeys were photographed in Jigokudani Monkey Park in Japan, where the primates bathe in naturally warm water which is heated by the Earth. Dutch photographer Bart Breet visited the park in central Japan and captured the cheeky animals. The 46-year-old, of De Meern, Netherlands, says: Baby Japanese macaques are constantly playing and grooming for fun, but also to establish social bonds./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1916001/Credit:Bart Breet/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1506261922

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  • Hanging off a Rock Face
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    Hanging off a Rock Face 06/26/2015 LEONARDO PEREIRA / CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM LEONARDO PEREIRA / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Leonardo hanging off the rock face) - Hanging off an almost 3000ft drop straight into the ocean with no support, this crazy couple could be the stupidest tourists ever. With the bright blue sea and Rio de Janeiro thousands of feet below, these photos of Brazils Pedra de Gavea are breathtaking. But the risks taken by Leonardo Edson Pereira and his girlfriend Victoria Medeiros Nader really take the wind out of you. Clinging on with just one hand and posing for the camera, 23-year-old Leonardo looks just seconds away from slipping and certain death. SEEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174001/Credit:LEONARDO PEREIRA / CATERS/SIPA/1506261754
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    Hanging off a Rock Face
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    PIC FROM LEONARDO PEREIRA / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Leonardo hanging off the rock face) - Hanging off an almost 3000ft drop straight into the ocean with no support, this crazy couple could be the stupidest tourists ever. With the bright blue sea and Rio de Janeiro thousands of feet below, these photos of Brazils Pedra de Gavea are breathtaking. But the risks taken by Leonardo Edson Pereira and his girlfriend Victoria Medeiros Nader really take the wind out of you. Clinging on with just one hand and posing for the camera, 23-year-old Leonardo looks just seconds away from slipping and certain death. SEEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174001/Credit:LEONARDO PEREIRA / CATERS/SIPA/1506261754

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  • Bear sent into Space
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    Bear sent into Space 06/26/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The bear in space) - These brainy schoolboys sent their teddy bear into space using their Mums compact mirror and budget heat-packs. Dylan and Oscar Rees, 12 and 9, sent their cuddly toy 80,000ft into the air as part of a six-month science project with their Dad Oliver, 43. The 1kg craft was launched from a field in Bromsgrove, West Mids, using a helium-balloon with a camera attached and an old mobile phone to track the package with GPS. Surrounding that were heat packs Oliver had bought from Poundland - used to make sure the cameras mechanism did not freeze. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140435/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506261412
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    Bear sent into Space
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    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The bear in space) - These brainy schoolboys sent their teddy bear into space using their Mums compact mirror and budget heat-packs. Dylan and Oscar Rees, 12 and 9, sent their cuddly toy 80,000ft into the air as part of a six-month science project with their Dad Oliver, 43. The 1kg craft was launched from a field in Bromsgrove, West Mids, using a helium-balloon with a camera attached and an old mobile phone to track the package with GPS. Surrounding that were heat packs Oliver had bought from Poundland - used to make sure the cameras mechanism did not freeze. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140435/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506261412

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  • Reintroduction of Dormouse
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    Reintroduction of Dormouse 06/26/2015 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Pictured: Common (hazel) dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), in researcher's hand, Nottinghamshire, UK, June 2015. A rare species of mouse that is on the verge of extinction have been reintroduced into the British countryside in an attempt to boost their dwindling numbers. The population of hazel dormice, which was once common in England and Wales, has seen a dramatic decline over recent decades due to the loss of their woodland and hedgerow habitats and changes in woodland management. To counteract this, 20 pairs of the captive-bred mice were released at an undisclosed woodland location in Nottinghamshire, near two other release sites which have previously seen successful reintroductions. ' Ann & Steve Toon/Solent News UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_134701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1506261354
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    Reintroduction of Dormouse
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    Pictured: Common (hazel) dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), in researcher's hand, Nottinghamshire, UK, June 2015. A rare species of mouse that is on the verge of extinction have been reintroduced into the British countryside in an attempt to boost their dwindling numbers. The population of hazel dormice, which was once common in England and Wales, has seen a dramatic decline over recent decades due to the loss of their woodland and hedgerow habitats and changes in woodland management. To counteract this, 20 pairs of the captive-bred mice were released at an undisclosed woodland location in Nottinghamshire, near two other release sites which have previously seen successful reintroductions. ' Ann & Steve Toon/Solent News UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_134701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1506261354

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  • Arctic Ocean The walrus which looks like a brain
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    Arctic Ocean The walrus which looks like a brain 06/26/2015 Franco Banfi/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: The walrus which looks like a brain. This huge walrus is all brawn - and looks just like a brain. The male looks very similar to a human brain thanks to the pink lumps - known as nodules - all over his shoulders and back. Sharp white tusks, pink nodules and a whiskered moustache make for a very odd looking marine mammal. The fully-grown adult is almost 10ft tall and weighs around a ton. Photographer Franco Banfi, of Cadro, Switzerland, was in Svalbard, in the Arctic Ocean, when he spotted the herd of walruses. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Franco Banfi/Solent News ' Franco Banfi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_132326/Credit:Franco Banfi/Solent News/SIPA/1506261338
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    Arctic Ocean The walrus which looks like a brain
    06/26/2015
    Franco Banfi/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The walrus which looks like a brain. This huge walrus is all brawn - and looks just like a brain. The male looks very similar to a human brain thanks to the pink lumps - known as nodules - all over his shoulders and back. Sharp white tusks, pink nodules and a whiskered moustache make for a very odd looking marine mammal. The fully-grown adult is almost 10ft tall and weighs around a ton. Photographer Franco Banfi, of Cadro, Switzerland, was in Svalbard, in the Arctic Ocean, when he spotted the herd of walruses. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Franco Banfi/Solent News ' Franco Banfi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_132326/Credit:Franco Banfi/Solent News/SIPA/1506261338

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  • Lion in a shower
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    Lion in a shower 06/26/2015 Jennifer/T.Bruhlmann/Sole/SIPA Pictured: The lion exits the shower. It's not a sight you would want to see just before getting into a shower - as a huge male lion emerges from the outdoor area. The predator was joined by two other males who had visited the leaking shower for a drink. Husband and wife Jennifer and Thomas Bruhlmann were planning on a cooling shower at the Mpayathutlwa Campsite when they spotted the male lions in a "once in a lifetime" sighting. The shower is regularly used by those staying in the campsite at Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Mabuasehube area, Botswana and had been used by the couple, of Baar, Switzerland, just the day before. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Jennifer & Thomas Bruhlmann/Solent News ' Jennifer & Thomas Bruhlmann/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_132314/Credit:Jennifer/T.Bruhlmann/Sole/SIPA/1506261338
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    Lion in a shower
    06/26/2015
    Jennifer/T.Bruhlmann/Sole/SIPA
    Pictured: The lion exits the shower. It's not a sight you would want to see just before getting into a shower - as a huge male lion emerges from the outdoor area. The predator was joined by two other males who had visited the leaking shower for a drink. Husband and wife Jennifer and Thomas Bruhlmann were planning on a cooling shower at the Mpayathutlwa Campsite when they spotted the male lions in a "once in a lifetime" sighting. The shower is regularly used by those staying in the campsite at Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Mabuasehube area, Botswana and had been used by the couple, of Baar, Switzerland, just the day before. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Jennifer & Thomas Bruhlmann/Solent News ' Jennifer & Thomas Bruhlmann/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_132314/Credit:Jennifer/T.Bruhlmann/Sole/SIPA/1506261338

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  • Bear family use carved bear as a scratching post, Alaska, America - 20 Jun 2015
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    Bear family use carved bear as a scratching post, Alaska, America - 20 Jun 2015 06/26/2015 Haines/REX Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Haines/REX Shutterstock. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Haines/REX Shutterstock (4883503f) Mother bear and two cubs use wooden bear sculpture as scratching post Bear family use carved bear as a scratching post, Alaska, America - 20 Jun 2015 You know what it's like when you have an itch, you cannot BEAR not scratching it. And this family of grizzlies found the perfect itching post in the form of a 12ft carved wooden bear statue. Wildlife photographer Christine Haines captured the charming sight while visiting Lake Clark National Park in Alaska last weekend. Her images show the mother and cubs rearing up on their hind legs to get a really good purchase on the pleasingly rough scratching surface. Christine, from Spokane, Washington, explains: "While staying at Silver Salmon Creek Lodge, a mother and her cubs decided to visit the lodge. "A carved wooden bear statue stands in front of the lodge and one day, while sitting on my porch, a mother bear started to use the wooden bear as a scratching post. "Her cubs imitated her behaviour and decided to join in, providing great entertainment." /Rex_Bear_family_use_carved_bear_as_a_scratching_post_4883503F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Haines/REX Shutterstock. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506261009
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    Bear family use carved bear as a scratching post, Alaska, America - 20 Jun 2015
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    Haines/REX Shutterstock/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Haines/REX Shutterstock. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Haines/REX Shutterstock (4883503f) Mother bear and two cubs use wooden bear sculpture as scratching post Bear family use carved bear as a scratching post, Alaska, America - 20 Jun 2015 You know what it's like when you have an itch, you cannot BEAR not scratching it. And this family of grizzlies found the perfect itching post in the form of a 12ft carved wooden bear statue. Wildlife photographer Christine Haines captured the charming sight while visiting Lake Clark National Park in Alaska last weekend. Her images show the mother and cubs rearing up on their hind legs to get a really good purchase on the pleasingly rough scratching surface. Christine, from Spokane, Washington, explains: "While staying at Silver Salmon Creek Lodge, a mother and her cubs decided to visit the lodge. "A carved wooden bear statue stands in front of the lodge and one day, while sitting on my porch, a mother bear started to use the wooden bear as a scratching post. "Her cubs imitated her behaviour and decided to join in, providing great entertainment." /Rex_Bear_family_use_carved_bear_as_a_scratching_post_4883503F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Haines/REX Shutterstock. No books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506261009

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  • Company visualises iconic buildings constructed from wood - Jun 2015
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    Company visualises iconic buildings constructed from wood - Jun 2015 06/26/2015 Mestä Wood/REX Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock (4881034i) Artist visualisation of the Colosseum in Rome as if constructed from wood Company visualises iconic buildings constructed from wood - Jun 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qk8m A company has unveiled plans for replicas of iconic buildings using wood as the main construction material. Finish firm Mestä Wood has visualised the Empire State Building and the Colosseum in Rome built using the natural material. The designs are part of Mestä Wood's 'Plan B campaign' and were made in collaboration with Canadian architect Michael Green, who is also a spokesperson for the use of wood in modern constructions. WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/LkATWuZXVFU /Rex_Wooden_iconic_buildings_4881034I/MANDATORY CREDIT: Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506260859
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    Company visualises iconic buildings constructed from wood - Jun 2015
    06/26/2015
    Mestä Wood/REX Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock (4881034i) Artist visualisation of the Colosseum in Rome as if constructed from wood Company visualises iconic buildings constructed from wood - Jun 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qk8m A company has unveiled plans for replicas of iconic buildings using wood as the main construction material. Finish firm Mestä Wood has visualised the Empire State Building and the Colosseum in Rome built using the natural material. The designs are part of Mestä Wood's 'Plan B campaign' and were made in collaboration with Canadian architect Michael Green, who is also a spokesperson for the use of wood in modern constructions. WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/LkATWuZXVFU /Rex_Wooden_iconic_buildings_4881034I/MANDATORY CREDIT: Mestä Wood/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506260859

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  • Great-grandfather Gordon Burdfield could be Britain's oldest tennis player, Hampshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015
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    Great-grandfather Gordon Burdfield could be Britain's oldest tennis player, Hampshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 06/26/2015 CPG Photography/REX Shu/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Gordon Burdfield being one of Britain's oldest tennis players. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock (4881032e) Gordon Burdfield, 93, could be Britain's oldest tennis player Great-grandfather Gordon Burdfield could be Britain's oldest tennis player, Hampshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qk5n With Wimbledon on the horizon, Gordon Burdfield from Hampshire has today served up some tips on keeping fit and healthy into your 90s. Gordon began playing in 1935, when he was just 13, meaning that he has now been playing for 80 years (just taking a brief break from the sport during WW2. /Rex_Greatgrandfather_Gordon_Burdfield_could_be_Brit_4881032E/MANDATORY CREDIT: CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Gordon Burdfield being one of Britain's oldest tennis players. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506260742
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    Great-grandfather Gordon Burdfield could be Britain's oldest tennis player, Hampshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015
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    CPG Photography/REX Shu/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Gordon Burdfield being one of Britain's oldest tennis players. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock (4881032e) Gordon Burdfield, 93, could be Britain's oldest tennis player Great-grandfather Gordon Burdfield could be Britain's oldest tennis player, Hampshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qk5n With Wimbledon on the horizon, Gordon Burdfield from Hampshire has today served up some tips on keeping fit and healthy into your 90s. Gordon began playing in 1935, when he was just 13, meaning that he has now been playing for 80 years (just taking a brief break from the sport during WW2. /Rex_Greatgrandfather_Gordon_Burdfield_could_be_Brit_4881032E/MANDATORY CREDIT: CPG Photography/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Gordon Burdfield being one of Britain's oldest tennis players. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506260742

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  • Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale, London, Britain - 25 Jun 2015
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    Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale, London, Britain - 25 Jun 2015 06/26/2015 REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4881279d) Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale, London, Britain - 25 Jun 2015 Harrods has offered a very special 'sneak peek' into its Summer Sale* preparations with the unveiling of a giant 3D artwork on its roof on Thursday 25th June, 2015. Working with world-renowned street artist Joe Hill, the optical-illusion mastermind has made it appear as if there is a colossal hole in the Harrods helipad, and through it th /Rex_Harrods_unveils_incredible_3D_illusion_to_celebr_4881279D//1506260544
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    Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale, London, Britain - 25 Jun 2015
    06/26/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4881279d) Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale Harrods unveils incredible 3D illusion to celebrate launch of upcoming Sale, London, Britain - 25 Jun 2015 Harrods has offered a very special 'sneak peek' into its Summer Sale* preparations with the unveiling of a giant 3D artwork on its roof on Thursday 25th June, 2015. Working with world-renowned street artist Joe Hill, the optical-illusion mastermind has made it appear as if there is a colossal hole in the Harrods helipad, and through it th /Rex_Harrods_unveils_incredible_3D_illusion_to_celebr_4881279D//1506260544

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  • Seasonal weather, Britain - 24 Jun 2015
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    Seasonal weather, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 06/26/2015 Stuart Fretwell/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Fretwell/REX Shutterstock (4881059a) A perfect summer's day in Dorest ended witha spectacular sunset over Lyme Bay Seasonal weather, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Britain_4881059A//1506260144
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    Seasonal weather, Britain - 24 Jun 2015
    06/26/2015
    Stuart Fretwell/REX Shu/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Fretwell/REX Shutterstock (4881059a) A perfect summer's day in Dorest ended witha spectacular sunset over Lyme Bay Seasonal weather, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Britain_4881059A//1506260144

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  • Face Planting Elephant
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    Face Planting Elephant 06/25/2015 GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS /SIPA PIC FROM GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant is seen walking away with an adult elephant ) - This clumsy elephant cant stop face-planting while hes trying to walk! The adorable moment was caught on film when the three-week-old toddler was trying to walk and struggling to use his trunk for the much-needed balance it provides. Graeme Mitchley, the 43-year-old photographer who took the pictures in Kruger National Park, said: This baby elephant kept us entertained for a good five minutes - he was having a lot of fun and face-planted a few times.SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1919905/Credit:GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS /SIPA/1506251824
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    Face Planting Elephant
    06/25/2015
    GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS /SIPA
    PIC FROM GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant is seen walking away with an adult elephant ) - This clumsy elephant cant stop face-planting while hes trying to walk! The adorable moment was caught on film when the three-week-old toddler was trying to walk and struggling to use his trunk for the much-needed balance it provides. Graeme Mitchley, the 43-year-old photographer who took the pictures in Kruger National Park, said: This baby elephant kept us entertained for a good five minutes - he was having a lot of fun and face-planted a few times.SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1919905/Credit:GRAEME MITCHLEY / CATERS /SIPA/1506251824

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  • Katie Parker Sacrifice Breast after realising she had cancerous BRCA gene just like Angelina Jolie is now in remission
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    Katie Parker Sacrifice Breast after realising she had cancerous BRCA gene just like Angelina Jolie is now in remission 06/25/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Katie before she was diagnosed with cancer ) - A brave mum-of-two who chose to have both breasts and womb removed after realising she had cancerous BRCA gene just like Angelina Jolie is now in remission. Katie Parker, 27, from Plymouth, was diagnosed with breast cancer January last year after she found a hard 50-pence-sized lump in her breast. The waitress then found out she had the rare BRCA gene a condition that mutates genes leaving them more susceptible to cancer months after having her one breast removed. In a desparate bid to watch her children grow up and reduce her chances of the cancer returning, Katie made the decision to have her healthy second breast and womb removed. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133604/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506251340
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    Katie Parker Sacrifice Breast after realising she had cancerous BRCA gene just like Angelina Jolie is now in remission
    06/25/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Katie before she was diagnosed with cancer ) - A brave mum-of-two who chose to have both breasts and womb removed after realising she had cancerous BRCA gene just like Angelina Jolie is now in remission. Katie Parker, 27, from Plymouth, was diagnosed with breast cancer January last year after she found a hard 50-pence-sized lump in her breast. The waitress then found out she had the rare BRCA gene a condition that mutates genes leaving them more susceptible to cancer months after having her one breast removed. In a desparate bid to watch her children grow up and reduce her chances of the cancer returning, Katie made the decision to have her healthy second breast and womb removed. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133604/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506251340

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  • DOG HAS FACELIFT
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    DOG HAS FACELIFT 06/25/2015 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Benny the Sharpei with senior animal welfare worker Hannah Dunn, at Margaret Green Animal Rescue in Dorset) A dog has had a facelift to save his sight. Benny the Sharpei was taken to Margaret Green Animal Rescue in Dorset three weeks ago after a dog warden found him wandering the streets. Staff quickly realised he would need urgent surgery in order to live a pain-free life in the future and started an appeal to fund the two, possibly three, operations Benny would need. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123102/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506251235
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    DOG HAS FACELIFT
    06/25/2015
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Benny the Sharpei with senior animal welfare worker Hannah Dunn, at Margaret Green Animal Rescue in Dorset) A dog has had a facelift to save his sight. Benny the Sharpei was taken to Margaret Green Animal Rescue in Dorset three weeks ago after a dog warden found him wandering the streets. Staff quickly realised he would need urgent surgery in order to live a pain-free life in the future and started an appeal to fund the two, possibly three, operations Benny would need. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_123102/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1506251235

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  • Snake Swallows Porcupine
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    Snake Swallows Porcupine 06/24/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The full porcupine out of the snake stomach - the snake is seen to the right of the image ) - This greedy python has bitten off more than he could chew when he perished after swallowing a prickly PORCUPINE. The bloated 3.9 metre African rock python was found by a mountain biker, lying next to a cycle track at Lake Eland Game Reserve, near Port Shepstone. The unlucky pythons eyes were clearly bigger than his belly when he sized up his last supper, and he was found with his innards punctured by dozens of needle-sharp quills from the 13.8kg porcupine. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1640.22/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1506241657
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    Snake Swallows Porcupine
    06/24/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The full porcupine out of the snake stomach - the snake is seen to the right of the image ) - This greedy python has bitten off more than he could chew when he perished after swallowing a prickly PORCUPINE. The bloated 3.9 metre African rock python was found by a mountain biker, lying next to a cycle track at Lake Eland Game Reserve, near Port Shepstone. The unlucky pythons eyes were clearly bigger than his belly when he sized up his last supper, and he was found with his innards punctured by dozens of needle-sharp quills from the 13.8kg porcupine. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1640.22/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1506241657

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  • King Penguin colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia - 09 Jan 2015
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    King Penguin colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia - 09 Jan 2015 06/24/2015 David Tipling/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by David Tipling/REX Shutterstock (4871392d) The vast King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia. An estimated breeding population of 250,000 to 300,000 pairs and increasing. The brown stripes within the colony are groups of juveniles known as Oakum boys. King Penguin colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia - 09 Jan 2015 /Rex_King_Penguin_colony_at_Salisbury_Plain_on_South_4871392D//1506241248
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    King Penguin colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia - 09 Jan 2015
    06/24/2015
    David Tipling/REX Shutt/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by David Tipling/REX Shutterstock (4871392d) The vast King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia. An estimated breeding population of 250,000 to 300,000 pairs and increasing. The brown stripes within the colony are groups of juveniles known as Oakum boys. King Penguin colony at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia - 09 Jan 2015 /Rex_King_Penguin_colony_at_Salisbury_Plain_on_South_4871392D//1506241248

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  • International Fairy Day at the Garden Museum, London, Britain - 24 Jun 2015
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    International Fairy Day at the Garden Museum, London, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 06/24/2015 Laura Lean/LNP/REX Shut/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Laura Lean/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4871387a) 150 magic doors at London's Garden Museum to celebrate International Fairy Day International Fairy Day at the Garden Museum, London, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 150 magic doors are installed in London's Garden Museum to allow fairies from across the Globe to gather for their annual conference. /Rex_International_Fairy_Day_at_the_Garden_Museum_4871387A//1506241237
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    International Fairy Day at the Garden Museum, London, Britain - 24 Jun 2015
    06/24/2015
    Laura Lean/LNP/REX Shut/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Laura Lean/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4871387a) 150 magic doors at London's Garden Museum to celebrate International Fairy Day International Fairy Day at the Garden Museum, London, Britain - 24 Jun 2015 150 magic doors are installed in London's Garden Museum to allow fairies from across the Globe to gather for their annual conference. /Rex_International_Fairy_Day_at_the_Garden_Museum_4871387A//1506241237

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  • Fingerprint smart lock
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    Fingerprint smart lock 06/24/2015 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Say goodbye to your keys, because a company has invented a lock that opens just by recognising your thumb print. The Ola fingerprint smart lock is the first keyless and phoneless lock that only requires your thumb print to unlock, unlike other devices that also require a phone. Once a thumbprint is programmed into the Ola using the Ola app, it will then only open when that thumb is pressed against it. Crucially though, once a thumbprint is remembered, the lock no longer needs the phone or the app to open. ' Ola Lock/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_081703/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1506240821
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    Fingerprint smart lock
    06/24/2015
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Say goodbye to your keys, because a company has invented a lock that opens just by recognising your thumb print. The Ola fingerprint smart lock is the first keyless and phoneless lock that only requires your thumb print to unlock, unlike other devices that also require a phone. Once a thumbprint is programmed into the Ola using the Ola app, it will then only open when that thumb is pressed against it. Crucially though, once a thumbprint is remembered, the lock no longer needs the phone or the app to open. ' Ola Lock/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_081703/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1506240821

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  • Zoo Giraffe Born
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    Zoo Giraffe Born 06/24/2015 Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA A female giraffe calf, right, born in the early morning on Monday, June 22, 2015, is licked by her mother, Ellie, left, at the Oklahoma City Zoo in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO102/789860917028/ /1506240024
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    Zoo Giraffe Born
    06/24/2015
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    A female giraffe calf, right, born in the early morning on Monday, June 22, 2015, is licked by her mother, Ellie, left, at the Oklahoma City Zoo in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO102/789860917028/ /1506240024

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  • Baby Giraffe Oklahoma
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    Baby Giraffe Oklahoma 06/23/2015 Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA A female giraffe calf, right, born in the early morning on Monday, June 22, 2015, is licked by her mother, Ellie, left, at the Oklahoma City Zoo in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO/139667588627/ /1506232348
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    Baby Giraffe Oklahoma
    06/23/2015
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    A female giraffe calf, right, born in the early morning on Monday, June 22, 2015, is licked by her mother, Ellie, left, at the Oklahoma City Zoo in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO/139667588627/ /1506232348

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  • Zoo Giraffe Born
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    Zoo Giraffe Born 06/23/2015 Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA A female giraffe calf, born on Monday, is licked by her mother Ellie at the Oklahoma City Zoo, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO103/108927756701//1506232307
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    Zoo Giraffe Born
    06/23/2015
    Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA
    A female giraffe calf, born on Monday, is licked by her mother Ellie at the Oklahoma City Zoo, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO103/108927756701//1506232307

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  • APTOPIX Zoo Giraffe Born
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    APTOPIX Zoo Giraffe Born 06/23/2015 Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA A female giraffe calf, right, born on Monday, is licked by her mother Ellie at the Oklahoma City Zoo, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO102/132365686960/1506232306
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    APTOPIX Zoo Giraffe Born
    06/23/2015
    Sue Ogrocki/AP/SIPA
    A female giraffe calf, right, born on Monday, is licked by her mother Ellie at the Oklahoma City Zoo, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)/OKSO102/132365686960/1506232306

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  • APTOPIX Northern Lights Iowa
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    APTOPIX Northern Lights Iowa 06/23/2015 Arian Schuessler/AP/SIPA Wade Kitner looks at the northern lights as he fishes in Ventura, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Federal forecasters said the Northern Lights may be able to be seen Tuesday night as far south as Iowa or Pennsylvania because of a severe solar storm that hit the Earth on Monday and pushes auroras to places where more people can possibly see them. (Arian Schuessler, The Globe Gazette via AP) /IAMAS102/751963144497/1506231707
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    APTOPIX Northern Lights Iowa
    06/23/2015
    Arian Schuessler/AP/SIPA
    Wade Kitner looks at the northern lights as he fishes in Ventura, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Federal forecasters said the Northern Lights may be able to be seen Tuesday night as far south as Iowa or Pennsylvania because of a severe solar storm that hit the Earth on Monday and pushes auroras to places where more people can possibly see them. (Arian Schuessler, The Globe Gazette via AP) /IAMAS102/751963144497/1506231707

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  • Finland Yoga Bear
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    Finland Yoga Bear 06/23/2015 Mario Nonaka/HotSpot Medi/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - YOGA BEAR âPIC- This adorable brown bear cub practices his yoga in a forest in Pirttivaara, Finland - A bear cub unwinds in a forest in eastern Finland by practicing yoga with a series of stretches. The young European brown bear performs the relaxing exercise routine after a busy afternoon spent play fighting with his sister and hunting for food. The adorable cub and his young sister were photographed in Pirttivaara, Finland by pilot Mario Nonaka. The 37-year-old, of Munich, Germany, says: The little male sat down and started to scratch himself, eventually pulling some poses in very funny positionsâ/HOTSPOTMEDIA_143102/Credit:Mario Nonaka/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1506231419
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    Finland Yoga Bear
    06/23/2015
    Mario Nonaka/HotSpot Medi/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - YOGA BEAR âPIC- This adorable brown bear cub practices his yoga in a forest in Pirttivaara, Finland - A bear cub unwinds in a forest in eastern Finland by practicing yoga with a series of stretches. The young European brown bear performs the relaxing exercise routine after a busy afternoon spent play fighting with his sister and hunting for food. The adorable cub and his young sister were photographed in Pirttivaara, Finland by pilot Mario Nonaka. The 37-year-old, of Munich, Germany, says: The little male sat down and started to scratch himself, eventually pulling some poses in very funny positionsâ/HOTSPOTMEDIA_143102/Credit:Mario Nonaka/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1506231419

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  • Amazing Star Trails in America
    00716563
    Amazing Star Trails in America 06/23/2015 CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC FROM CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Milky Way over the Sunrise Visitor Center at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.) Awash with vibrant constellations and iridescent colours, these awe-inspiring images transform the night sky into a kaleidoscope of colour. Keen astrophotographer Craig Goodwin, 46, has travelled across America on trips to Washington, Idaho and Arizona to capture the stunning beauty of the night sky in all its glory. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120806/Credit:CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NE/SIPA/1506231213
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    Amazing Star Trails in America
    06/23/2015
    CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC FROM CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Milky Way over the Sunrise Visitor Center at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.) Awash with vibrant constellations and iridescent colours, these awe-inspiring images transform the night sky into a kaleidoscope of colour. Keen astrophotographer Craig Goodwin, 46, has travelled across America on trips to Washington, Idaho and Arizona to capture the stunning beauty of the night sky in all its glory. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120806/Credit:CRAIG GOODWIN / CATERS NE/SIPA/1506231213

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  • Floating Farms
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    Floating Farms 06/23/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM FORWARD THINKING ARCHITECTURE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The designs for the Floating Farms.) A bold set of designs look to tackle food supplies in an overpopulated Earth - using a series of FLOATING FARMS. The designs propose using buoyant, offshore rigs, which will take farming to the worlds waters. Each farm will harvest three sources - fish, crops, and sunlight - and will be located near areas where food is most needed. Its estimated by 2050 population will have reached a whopping 9.1 billion which will see the demand for food rise by around 70 percent. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.037/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148
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    Floating Farms
    06/23/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM FORWARD THINKING ARCHITECTURE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The designs for the Floating Farms.) A bold set of designs look to tackle food supplies in an overpopulated Earth - using a series of FLOATING FARMS. The designs propose using buoyant, offshore rigs, which will take farming to the worlds waters. Each farm will harvest three sources - fish, crops, and sunlight - and will be located near areas where food is most needed. Its estimated by 2050 population will have reached a whopping 9.1 billion which will see the demand for food rise by around 70 percent. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.037/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148

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  • ANIMAL PORTRAITS
    00716553
    ANIMAL PORTRAITS 06/23/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY PETR BAMBOUSEK/ CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: A Tamarin, at Plzen Zoo) - Some of these animals may seem cute in normal light, but one photographer has travelled to different zoos to capture them in a completely different way. Renowned wildlife photographer Petr Bambousek has travelled the world over plying his trade, but this particular collection is extra special to him. His first daughter was born in April, and ahead of the birth he made it his mission to compile an animal collection in her honour. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.004/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148
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    ANIMAL PORTRAITS
    06/23/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY PETR BAMBOUSEK/ CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: A Tamarin, at Plzen Zoo) - Some of these animals may seem cute in normal light, but one photographer has travelled to different zoos to capture them in a completely different way. Renowned wildlife photographer Petr Bambousek has travelled the world over plying his trade, but this particular collection is extra special to him. His first daughter was born in April, and ahead of the birth he made it his mission to compile an animal collection in her honour. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.004/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148

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  • Friendly Seal Harem
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    Friendly Seal Harem 06/23/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED:Sandy Van Water splashing around with the sea lions) - How amazing would it be to spend time splashing around with some of the seas friendliest creatures?One diver got to live the dream of many by getting up close and personal with a huge sea lion colony just off the coast of Mexicos Isla Santa Margarita and, as the video shows, the cute pups seemed more than happy to see her./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.113/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148
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    Friendly Seal Harem
    06/23/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED:Sandy Van Water splashing around with the sea lions) - How amazing would it be to spend time splashing around with some of the seas friendliest creatures?One diver got to live the dream of many by getting up close and personal with a huge sea lion colony just off the coast of Mexicos Isla Santa Margarita and, as the video shows, the cute pups seemed more than happy to see her./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.113/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148

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  • Landrover around the World
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    Landrover around the World 06/23/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Argentina) - Ever fancied travelling the world? This remarkable couple have done just that covering most of the worlds surface in their beloved Land Rover! Peter and Eileen Crichton, 72 and 65, have travelled the world in their 3.5 V8i 1991 Land Rover Discovery, named Rabia, having started their epic challenge almost twenty years ago. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.059/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148
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    Landrover around the World
    06/23/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Argentina) - Ever fancied travelling the world? This remarkable couple have done just that covering most of the worlds surface in their beloved Land Rover! Peter and Eileen Crichton, 72 and 65, have travelled the world in their 3.5 V8i 1991 Land Rover Discovery, named Rabia, having started their epic challenge almost twenty years ago. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.059/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148

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  • Medical Pot Tot
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    Medical Pot Tot 06/23/2015 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM HEATHER BENTON / CATERS USA - (PICTURED: Adam, Addyson and Heather (R) Benton.) An epileptic three-year-old has made dramatic improvements - after being given medical MARIJUANA. Little Addyson Bentons family moved 1,200 miles to get help for the toddler who was suffering 1000 seizures a day. She was diagnosed with Intractable Myoclonic Epilepsy aged nine months and doctors had tried 10 types of medication to no avail. When her condition deteriorated, parents Heather and Adam made the brave decision to relocate to Colorado, USA, where marijuana is legal. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.100/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148
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    Medical Pot Tot
    06/23/2015
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM HEATHER BENTON / CATERS USA - (PICTURED: Adam, Addyson and Heather (R) Benton.) An epileptic three-year-old has made dramatic improvements - after being given medical MARIJUANA. Little Addyson Bentons family moved 1,200 miles to get help for the toddler who was suffering 1000 seizures a day. She was diagnosed with Intractable Myoclonic Epilepsy aged nine months and doctors had tried 10 types of medication to no avail. When her condition deteriorated, parents Heather and Adam made the brave decision to relocate to Colorado, USA, where marijuana is legal. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1112.100/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1506231148

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  • High Speed Selfie booth marks the start of Virgin Media's fibre broadband expansion across the UK, Manchester, Britain - 23 Jun 2015
    REX40385497
    High Speed Selfie booth marks the start of Virgin Media's fibre broadband expansion across the UK, Manchester, Britain - 23 Jun 2015 06/23/2015 Hashtag/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Hashtag/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Virgin Media's High Speed selfie booth in Manchester. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Hashtag/REX Shutterstock (4862611e) Virgin Media has launched the High Speed Selfie booth to the public in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens High Speed Selfie booth marks the start of Virgin Media's fibre broadband expansion across the UK, Manchester, Britain - 23 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjgc Virgin Media, the UK's ultrafast internet provider, today announces that Manchester is the first city to benefit from "Project Lightning", unveiled earlier this year. (23 June) This major expansion of ultrafast connectivity to 4 million premises over the next five years is the single largest investment in the UK's broadband digital infrastructure for more than a decade. /Rex_High_Speed_Selfie_booth_marks_the_start_of_Virgi_4862611E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Hashtag/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Virgin Media's High Speed selfie booth in Manchester. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506231132
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    High Speed Selfie booth marks the start of Virgin Media's fibre broadband expansion across the UK, Manchester, Britain - 23 Jun 2015
    06/23/2015
    Hashtag/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Hashtag/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Virgin Media's High Speed selfie booth in Manchester. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Hashtag/REX Shutterstock (4862611e) Virgin Media has launched the High Speed Selfie booth to the public in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens High Speed Selfie booth marks the start of Virgin Media's fibre broadband expansion across the UK, Manchester, Britain - 23 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjgc Virgin Media, the UK's ultrafast internet provider, today announces that Manchester is the first city to benefit from "Project Lightning", unveiled earlier this year. (23 June) This major expansion of ultrafast connectivity to 4 million premises over the next five years is the single largest investment in the UK's broadband digital infrastructure for more than a decade. /Rex_High_Speed_Selfie_booth_marks_the_start_of_Virgi_4862611E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Hashtag/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Virgin Media's High Speed selfie booth in Manchester. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506231132

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  • Critically Endangered baby lemurs on display, Exmoor Zoo - 21 Jun 2015
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    Critically Endangered baby lemurs on display, Exmoor Zoo - 21 Jun 2015 06/23/2015 John Hammond/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about endangered baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Hammond/REX Shutterstock (4858485h) Black & white ruffed baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo Critically Endangered baby lemurs on display, Exmoor Zoo - 21 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjg4 Exmoor Zoo is delighted to announce their baby black & white lemurs are now on exhibit for visitors to see. Born in the late spring (April 30) they are already spending time away from their mum, Star, to explore the enclosure themselves. /Rex_Critically_Endangered_baby_lemurs_on_display_Ex_4858485H/MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about endangered baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506231106
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    Critically Endangered baby lemurs on display, Exmoor Zoo - 21 Jun 2015
    06/23/2015
    John Hammond/REX Shutte/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about endangered baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by John Hammond/REX Shutterstock (4858485h) Black & white ruffed baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo Critically Endangered baby lemurs on display, Exmoor Zoo - 21 Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjg4 Exmoor Zoo is delighted to announce their baby black & white lemurs are now on exhibit for visitors to see. Born in the late spring (April 30) they are already spending time away from their mum, Star, to explore the enclosure themselves. /Rex_Critically_Endangered_baby_lemurs_on_display_Ex_4858485H/MANDATORY CREDIT: John Hammond/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about endangered baby lemurs at Exmoor Zoo. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506231106

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  • Uk out-of-control dog chased a terrified three-month-old lamb over the edge of a cliff to its death
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    Uk out-of-control dog chased a terrified three-month-old lamb over the edge of a cliff to its death 06/23/2015 Eddie Nolan/Solent News/SIPA An out-of-control dog chased a terrified three-month-old lamb over the edge of a cliff to its death. Photographer Eddie Nolan spotted the dog charging towards three sheep while a crowd of people were shouting and screaming to try and stop the pet. After one of the sheep plunged around 300ft into the water and rocks below, the other two managed to escape past the dog. The incident happened in the Birling Gap area of the Seven Sisters Country Park, East Sussex. ' Eddie Nolan/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_101405/Credit:Eddie Nolan/Solent News/SIPA/1506231035
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    Uk out-of-control dog chased a terrified three-month-old lamb over the edge of a cliff to its death
    06/23/2015
    Eddie Nolan/Solent News/SIPA
    An out-of-control dog chased a terrified three-month-old lamb over the edge of a cliff to its death. Photographer Eddie Nolan spotted the dog charging towards three sheep while a crowd of people were shouting and screaming to try and stop the pet. After one of the sheep plunged around 300ft into the water and rocks below, the other two managed to escape past the dog. The incident happened in the Birling Gap area of the Seven Sisters Country Park, East Sussex. ' Eddie Nolan/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_101405/Credit:Eddie Nolan/Solent News/SIPA/1506231035

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  • Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/23/2015 Ian Turner/REX Shutters/SIPA CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock (4856897c) Baby giraffe Tara, left, appears to jump in the air alongside Perseus in the East African Reserve Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 Keepers at Longleat Safari Park have double cause for celebration after the birth of two strapping six-foot baby giraffes in the space of a fortnight. The new arrivals, a boy who was born first and a girl, have been named Perseus and Tara. For experienced giraffe mum Jemima baby Tara was her fourth calf, all of which have been females, while for Perseus? mum Gertie this was her second calf, both of which have been males. The new arrivals are the latest success in an ongoing breeding programme for Rothschild?s giraffes at the famous Wiltshire attraction. /Rex_Two_baby_giraffes_born_at_Longleat_Safari_Park_4856897C/CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506230335
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    Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
    06/23/2015
    Ian Turner/REX Shutters/SIPA
    CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock (4856897c) Baby giraffe Tara, left, appears to jump in the air alongside Perseus in the East African Reserve Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 Keepers at Longleat Safari Park have double cause for celebration after the birth of two strapping six-foot baby giraffes in the space of a fortnight. The new arrivals, a boy who was born first and a girl, have been named Perseus and Tara. For experienced giraffe mum Jemima baby Tara was her fourth calf, all of which have been females, while for Perseus? mum Gertie this was her second calf, both of which have been males. The new arrivals are the latest success in an ongoing breeding programme for Rothschild?s giraffes at the famous Wiltshire attraction. /Rex_Two_baby_giraffes_born_at_Longleat_Safari_Park_4856897C/CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506230335

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  • Spark Your City campaign, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Spark Your City campaign, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/23/2015 Mark Thomas/REX Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mark Thomas/REX Shutterstock (4857117g) 'Spark your City' - Global movement to 'transform cities into global playgrounds' - London Bridge is given a rainbow walkway Spark Your City campaign, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Spark_Your_City_campaign_London_Britain_22_J_4857117G//1506230322
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    Spark Your City campaign, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
    06/23/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mark Thomas/REX Shutterstock (4857117g) 'Spark your City' - Global movement to 'transform cities into global playgrounds' - London Bridge is given a rainbow walkway Spark Your City campaign, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Spark_Your_City_campaign_London_Britain_22_J_4857117G//1506230322

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  • Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015
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    Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 06/23/2015 REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4856881n) Bungee jumpers leap over the Prohodna cave's entrance Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling are shaped like a pair of human eyes. As a result this impressive formation is named 'The Eyes of God'. Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365m long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35m high and another reaches 45m. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity /Rex_Bungee_jumping_in_the_Prohodna_cave_4856881N//1506230108
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    Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4856881n) Bungee jumpers leap over the Prohodna cave's entrance Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling are shaped like a pair of human eyes. As a result this impressive formation is named 'The Eyes of God'. Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365m long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35m high and another reaches 45m. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity /Rex_Bungee_jumping_in_the_Prohodna_cave_4856881N//1506230108

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  • The bee hive on the bollard
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    The bee hive on the bollard 06/22/2015 Tom Harrison/ Solent News/SIPA A swarm of bees decided to make their hive on a bollard on a side street of Winchester Street, Southampton. Pictured: The bee hive on the bollard. ' Tom Harrison/ Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1847.01/Credit:Tom Harrison/ Solent News/SIPA/1506221853
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    The bee hive on the bollard
    06/22/2015
    Tom Harrison/ Solent News/SIPA
    A swarm of bees decided to make their hive on a bollard on a side street of Winchester Street, Southampton. Pictured: The bee hive on the bollard. ' Tom Harrison/ Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1847.01/Credit:Tom Harrison/ Solent News/SIPA/1506221853

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  • Pig island in the bahamas
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    Pig island in the bahamas 06/22/2015 JULIE ZONEY / CATERS/SIPA PIC BY JULIE ZONEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Close-up of one of the Pigs having a swim. These images were captured by Julie Zoney on her visit to Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Beach.) - With clear blue skies, white sand and crystal sea, this Bahamas beach seems like an idyllic island getaway - but this calm and peaceful paradise has some unlikely inhabitants in the form of PIGS. The secluded island of Big Major Cay is home to around 20 adorable porky piggies and the island is affectionately referred to by locals as Pig Beach. Visitors Julie Zoney and Kyla Larsen from British Columbia, Canada were delighted by the charming pigs on their visit to the island. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1825.09/Credit:JULIE ZONEY / CATERS/SIPA/1506221850
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    Pig island in the bahamas
    06/22/2015
    JULIE ZONEY / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY JULIE ZONEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Close-up of one of the Pigs having a swim. These images were captured by Julie Zoney on her visit to Big Major Cay, also known as Pig Beach.) - With clear blue skies, white sand and crystal sea, this Bahamas beach seems like an idyllic island getaway - but this calm and peaceful paradise has some unlikely inhabitants in the form of PIGS. The secluded island of Big Major Cay is home to around 20 adorable porky piggies and the island is affectionately referred to by locals as Pig Beach. Visitors Julie Zoney and Kyla Larsen from British Columbia, Canada were delighted by the charming pigs on their visit to the island. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1825.09/Credit:JULIE ZONEY / CATERS/SIPA/1506221850

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  • Mouldy Rice Pudding
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    Mouldy Rice Pudding 06/22/2015 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Hannah Small with her son, Riley ) - A disgusted mother was horrified after finding three centimetres of dark green and white sponge-like mould in a pudding she was about to feed to her baby. Hannah Small, 22, had bought the rice pudding from her local Sainsburys supermarket to feed one-year-old son Riley. The mum from Northampton was shocked when she peeled off the foil seal of the 50p Ambrosia pudding to find lumpy layers of dark green and white mould. Hannah has since received an apology from Ambrosia and the pot has been taken away to carry out further tests. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1825.02/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1506221847
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    Mouldy Rice Pudding
    06/22/2015
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Hannah Small with her son, Riley ) - A disgusted mother was horrified after finding three centimetres of dark green and white sponge-like mould in a pudding she was about to feed to her baby. Hannah Small, 22, had bought the rice pudding from her local Sainsburys supermarket to feed one-year-old son Riley. The mum from Northampton was shocked when she peeled off the foil seal of the 50p Ambrosia pudding to find lumpy layers of dark green and white mould. Hannah has since received an apology from Ambrosia and the pot has been taken away to carry out further tests. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1825.02/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1506221847

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  • Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion
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    Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion 06/22/2015 DDAA/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion - VIP private view held at Kensington Gardens, Arrivlas. Featuring: View Where: London, United Kingdom When: 22 Jun 2015 Credit: Daniel Deme/WENN.com/Serpentine_Gallery_Summer_Pavilion_220615_01.wenn22617904/1506221825
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    Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion
    06/22/2015
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    Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion - VIP private view held at Kensington Gardens, Arrivlas. Featuring: View Where: London, United Kingdom When: 22 Jun 2015 Credit: Daniel Deme/WENN.com/Serpentine_Gallery_Summer_Pavilion_220615_01.wenn22617904/1506221825

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  • Panorama of the Pacific Northwest
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    Panorama of the Pacific Northwest 06/22/2015 SIPANY/SIPA This panoramic photograph was taken by an astronaut looking north from the International Space Station. The snow-covered Cascade Range of the U.S. northwest in the foreground gives way to the Rocky Mountains and Coast Mountains in Canada, with Vancouver Island just offshore. Several active volcanoes - Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and Mount Hood - dot the Cascades. One of the space station's solar arrays points into the view on the upper left. Short-lens panoramic views often reveal environmental patterns. The cloud bands of an approaching winter storm (upper left) signal a bout of approaching rain to what is one of the wettest parts of North America. Greener, forested landscapes are evidence of the wet climate experienced by people who live near the coast and on the seaward slopes of the mountains. By contrast, the tan colors of the dry Columbia Basin (lower right) show the rain shadow effect of the Cascades in preventing rain-bearing air masses from reaching the basin. In the foreground, the Columbia River drains the basin, cuts directly through the Cascades at Columbia River Gorge, and then flows into the Pacific Ocean. Cities typically appear as dull gray zones, but astronauts learn to detect these sometimes difficult targets. In this image, Portland, the Seattle-Tacoma metropolis, and Vancouver are all visible. Mount Rainier lies immediately southeast of Seattle about 65 kilometers (40 miles) away. Astronaut photograph ISS042-E-294596 was acquired on February 28, 2015, with a Nikon D4 digital camera using a 22 millimeter lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by a member of the Expedition 43 crew. The image has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. Caption by M. Justin Wilkinson, Texas State University, Jacobs Contract at NASA-JSC. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15496999
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    Panorama of the Pacific Northwest
    06/22/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    This panoramic photograph was taken by an astronaut looking north from the International Space Station. The snow-covered Cascade Range of the U.S. northwest in the foreground gives way to the Rocky Mountains and Coast Mountains in Canada, with Vancouver Island just offshore. Several active volcanoes - Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and Mount Hood - dot the Cascades. One of the space station's solar arrays points into the view on the upper left. Short-lens panoramic views often reveal environmental patterns. The cloud bands of an approaching winter storm (upper left) signal a bout of approaching rain to what is one of the wettest parts of North America. Greener, forested landscapes are evidence of the wet climate experienced by people who live near the coast and on the seaward slopes of the mountains. By contrast, the tan colors of the dry Columbia Basin (lower right) show the rain shadow effect of the Cascades in preventing rain-bearing air masses from reaching the basin. In the foreground, the Columbia River drains the basin, cuts directly through the Cascades at Columbia River Gorge, and then flows into the Pacific Ocean. Cities typically appear as dull gray zones, but astronauts learn to detect these sometimes difficult targets. In this image, Portland, the Seattle-Tacoma metropolis, and Vancouver are all visible. Mount Rainier lies immediately southeast of Seattle about 65 kilometers (40 miles) away. Astronaut photograph ISS042-E-294596 was acquired on February 28, 2015, with a Nikon D4 digital camera using a 22 millimeter lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by a member of the Expedition 43 crew. The image has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. Caption by M. Justin Wilkinson, Texas State University, Jacobs Contract at NASA-JSC. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15496999

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  • Night-Shining Clouds
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    Night-Shining Clouds 06/22/2015 SIPANY/SIPA In the late spring and summer, unusual clouds form high in the atmosphere above the polar regions of the world. As the lower atmosphere warms, the upper atmosphere gets cooler, and ice crystals form on meteor dust and other particles high in the sky. The result is noctilucent or "night-shining" clouds (NLCs) - electric blue wisps that grow on the edge of space. NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) spacecraft observed noctilucent clouds on June 10, 2015. The top image is a composite of several satellite passes over the Arctic, and the clouds appear in various shades of light blue to white, depending on the density of the ice particles. The instrument measures albedo - how much light is reflected back to space by the high-altitude clouds. The second image is a photograph that was taken on June 8 by an astronaut on the International Space Station. The noctilucent clouds appear as thin tendrils at the top of the atmosphere. Noctilucent clouds were first described in the mid-19th century after the eruption of Krakatau. Volcanic ash spread through the atmosphere, making for vivid sunsets around the world and provoking the first known observations of NLCs. At first people thought they were a side-effect of the volcano, but long after Krakatau's ash settled, the wispy, glowing clouds remained. In the past decade, AIM has been observing and measuring these seasonal, high-altitude cloud formations. Researchers have found that they are appearing earlier and stretching to lower latitudes with greater frequency. There is some evidence that this is a result of increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Though they were not thick enough to appear in AIM imagery, some noctilucent clouds were visible to ground-based observers in the continental United States on June 9 and 10. "Noctilucent clouds have appeared over the continental United States a number of times in recent years, and this is definitely of scientific interest," said Cora Randall, an atmospheric scientist a
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    Night-Shining Clouds
    06/22/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    In the late spring and summer, unusual clouds form high in the atmosphere above the polar regions of the world. As the lower atmosphere warms, the upper atmosphere gets cooler, and ice crystals form on meteor dust and other particles high in the sky. The result is noctilucent or "night-shining" clouds (NLCs) - electric blue wisps that grow on the edge of space. NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) spacecraft observed noctilucent clouds on June 10, 2015. The top image is a composite of several satellite passes over the Arctic, and the clouds appear in various shades of light blue to white, depending on the density of the ice particles. The instrument measures albedo - how much light is reflected back to space by the high-altitude clouds. The second image is a photograph that was taken on June 8 by an astronaut on the International Space Station. The noctilucent clouds appear as thin tendrils at the top of the atmosphere. Noctilucent clouds were first described in the mid-19th century after the eruption of Krakatau. Volcanic ash spread through the atmosphere, making for vivid sunsets around the world and provoking the first known observations of NLCs. At first people thought they were a side-effect of the volcano, but long after Krakatau's ash settled, the wispy, glowing clouds remained. In the past decade, AIM has been observing and measuring these seasonal, high-altitude cloud formations. Researchers have found that they are appearing earlier and stretching to lower latitudes with greater frequency. There is some evidence that this is a result of increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Though they were not thick enough to appear in AIM imagery, some noctilucent clouds were visible to ground-based observers in the continental United States on June 9 and 10. "Noctilucent clouds have appeared over the continental United States a number of times in recent years, and this is definitely of scientific interest," said Cora Randall, an atmospheric scientist a

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  • Todhia Arable Farm in Saudi Arabia
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    Todhia Arable Farm in Saudi Arabia 06/22/2015 SIPANY/SIPA More than 80 percent of the water used in Saudi Arabia goes toward agriculture. At the same time, demand for food continues to grow. Data from satellites, however, can help farmers better manage water for irrigation - a quickly diminishing resource in the desert environment. The Operational Land Imager on the Landsat 8 satellite acquired this view of Todhia Arable Farm on May 24, 2015. The commercial farm covers almost 70 square kilometers (27 square miles) of the Arabian Desert in the Al-Kharj region, located 77 kilometers (48 miles) south of Saudi Arabia's capital city, Riyadh. The green circles are the farm's agricultural fields. During the year-round growing season, crops rotated through the fields include alfalfa, Rhodes grass, barley, wheat, and corn. Each field is irrigated with a center-pivot sprinkler system. Rainfall amounts in the arid environment fall far short of the water needed to feed the system, so farmers tap into deep aquifers and pump water from up to 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. As water supplies become increasingly limited, farmers want to know how to more efficiently use that water. Research published in January 2015 showed that data from the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on the Terra satellite can help scientists understand the relationship between water use and crop growth. The study found that when considering the amount of water it takes to produce a high yield at Todhia Arable Farm, wheat performed the best. NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15497001/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1506221811
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    Todhia Arable Farm in Saudi Arabia
    06/22/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    More than 80 percent of the water used in Saudi Arabia goes toward agriculture. At the same time, demand for food continues to grow. Data from satellites, however, can help farmers better manage water for irrigation - a quickly diminishing resource in the desert environment. The Operational Land Imager on the Landsat 8 satellite acquired this view of Todhia Arable Farm on May 24, 2015. The commercial farm covers almost 70 square kilometers (27 square miles) of the Arabian Desert in the Al-Kharj region, located 77 kilometers (48 miles) south of Saudi Arabia's capital city, Riyadh. The green circles are the farm's agricultural fields. During the year-round growing season, crops rotated through the fields include alfalfa, Rhodes grass, barley, wheat, and corn. Each field is irrigated with a center-pivot sprinkler system. Rainfall amounts in the arid environment fall far short of the water needed to feed the system, so farmers tap into deep aquifers and pump water from up to 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. As water supplies become increasingly limited, farmers want to know how to more efficiently use that water. Research published in January 2015 showed that data from the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on the Terra satellite can help scientists understand the relationship between water use and crop growth. The study found that when considering the amount of water it takes to produce a high yield at Todhia Arable Farm, wheat performed the best. NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey. Caption by Kathryn Hansen. *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15497001/*** Editorial Use Only ***/1506221811

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  • Comparing Smoke Seen by Aqua and Terra
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    Comparing Smoke Seen by Aqua and Terra 06/22/2015 SIPANY/SIPA There are identical Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensors on two separate NASA satellites. Terra, which was launched in 1999, carries one of them. Launched a few years later, Aqua carries the other one. On June 4, 2015, both MODIS sensors acquired images of the same wildfire and smoke plume in Saskatchewan, Canada, just 15 minutes apart. The top image was acquired at 1:25 p.m. local time (1925 Universal Time) by the MODIS on Terra. The bottom image was acquired at 1:40 p.m. (1940 Universal Time) by the MODIS on Aqua. Note how much more faint smoke is visible in the Terra image. The images were taken just 15 minutes apart, so it is unlikely the amount of smoke changed significantly. Instead, more smoke is probably visible in the Terra image because of differences in the orbital geometry of the two satellites. MODIS acquires data in broad swaths that are 2,330 kilometers (1,450 miles) wide with a continuously moving double-sided scan mirror that sweeps back and forth. When the scan mirror is pointing straight down, the sensor collects imagery at nadir, meaning it is at the center of a swath. When the scan mirror is pointing off to one side or the other, it is said to be off-nadir and the imagery collected is closer to the edge of a swath. (Watch this animation to see how MODIS collects data. To see the boundary between swaths in this specific case, look at Terra's view and Aqua's view of the smoke plume using the Worldview browser.) The smoke plume was much closer to the center of the swath for Aqua than Terra. It was only 73 kilometers (45 miles) from the center of the swath as seen by Aqua, while it was 635 kilometers (394 miles) away for Terra. Because the mirror was pointed out (at a much larger angle) for Terra, the sensor had to "look through" more of the atmosphere, and thus observed more smoke. In addition, differences in the position of the two spacecrafts relative to the Sun may have also played a role, explained Ralph Kahn an atmosph
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    Comparing Smoke Seen by Aqua and Terra
    06/22/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    There are identical Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensors on two separate NASA satellites. Terra, which was launched in 1999, carries one of them. Launched a few years later, Aqua carries the other one. On June 4, 2015, both MODIS sensors acquired images of the same wildfire and smoke plume in Saskatchewan, Canada, just 15 minutes apart. The top image was acquired at 1:25 p.m. local time (1925 Universal Time) by the MODIS on Terra. The bottom image was acquired at 1:40 p.m. (1940 Universal Time) by the MODIS on Aqua. Note how much more faint smoke is visible in the Terra image. The images were taken just 15 minutes apart, so it is unlikely the amount of smoke changed significantly. Instead, more smoke is probably visible in the Terra image because of differences in the orbital geometry of the two satellites. MODIS acquires data in broad swaths that are 2,330 kilometers (1,450 miles) wide with a continuously moving double-sided scan mirror that sweeps back and forth. When the scan mirror is pointing straight down, the sensor collects imagery at nadir, meaning it is at the center of a swath. When the scan mirror is pointing off to one side or the other, it is said to be off-nadir and the imagery collected is closer to the edge of a swath. (Watch this animation to see how MODIS collects data. To see the boundary between swaths in this specific case, look at Terra's view and Aqua's view of the smoke plume using the Worldview browser.) The smoke plume was much closer to the center of the swath for Aqua than Terra. It was only 73 kilometers (45 miles) from the center of the swath as seen by Aqua, while it was 635 kilometers (394 miles) away for Terra. Because the mirror was pointed out (at a much larger angle) for Terra, the sensor had to "look through" more of the atmosphere, and thus observed more smoke. In addition, differences in the position of the two spacecrafts relative to the Sun may have also played a role, explained Ralph Kahn an atmosph

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  • Minion fans
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    Minion fans 06/22/2015 Solent News/SIPA Pictured: Michael Ralph, 6 in his bedroom. Two brothers who are huge fans of the yellow minions made famous by hit animation Despicable Me have created their very own "minion room". Michael and Alexander Ralph, aged six and four, transformed their shared bedroom into a yellow-haven furnished with hundreds of minion toys, decorations and artworks. The design was Michael’s idea and was achieved with the help of mum, Stephanie Ralph, 31. In a bid to satisfy his attention to detail, Mrs Ralph resorted to creating the exact shade of minion yellow using Valspar’s colour matching technology at her local B&Q store. SEE OUR CO{Y FOR DETAILS. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1729.03/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1506221735
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    Minion fans
    06/22/2015
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    Pictured: Michael Ralph, 6 in his bedroom. Two brothers who are huge fans of the yellow minions made famous by hit animation Despicable Me have created their very own "minion room". Michael and Alexander Ralph, aged six and four, transformed their shared bedroom into a yellow-haven furnished with hundreds of minion toys, decorations and artworks. The design was Michael’s idea and was achieved with the help of mum, Stephanie Ralph, 31. In a bid to satisfy his attention to detail, Mrs Ralph resorted to creating the exact shade of minion yellow using Valspar’s colour matching technology at her local B&Q store. SEE OUR CO{Y FOR DETAILS. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1729.03/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1506221735

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  • Seasonal weather, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Seasonal weather, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shutterstock (4857124b) People enjoy the sunshine at Chesil Cove, Dorset Seasonal weather, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Britain_4857124B//1506221716
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    Seasonal weather, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoffrey Swaine/REX Shutterstock (4857124b) People enjoy the sunshine at Chesil Cove, Dorset Seasonal weather, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Seasonal_weather_Britain_4857124B//1506221716

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  • Kung Fu Frog imitates Karate Kid Daniel San
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    Kung Fu Frog imitates Karate Kid Daniel San 06/22/2015 Monica Anatyowati/HotSpot/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - KUNG-FU FROG IMITATES KARATE KID –IN PIC- Worn out from practicing his karate moves, the kung-fu master relaxes in a branch in a field in East Java, Indonesia - Balanced on one leg, a frog assumes the crane kick martial arts stance made famous in the movie The Karate Kid. The amphibious kung-fu fighter, pictured in East Java, Indonesia, is ready to deliver a devastating kick, similar to the one actor Ralph Macchio executed in the 1984 cult classic. The Reinwardt's flying frog was photographed by Indonesian photographer Monica Anatyowati after she spotted the frog practicing its moves in a field in Jember, a city in eastern East Java. The 42-year-old, of Malang, East Java, says: “I spotted this frog leaping around in some long grass and noticed it started pulling these funny moves.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1639.04/Credit:Monica Anatyowati/HotSpot/SIPA/1506221647
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    Kung Fu Frog imitates Karate Kid Daniel San
    06/22/2015
    Monica Anatyowati/HotSpot/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - KUNG-FU FROG IMITATES KARATE KID –IN PIC- Worn out from practicing his karate moves, the kung-fu master relaxes in a branch in a field in East Java, Indonesia - Balanced on one leg, a frog assumes the crane kick martial arts stance made famous in the movie The Karate Kid. The amphibious kung-fu fighter, pictured in East Java, Indonesia, is ready to deliver a devastating kick, similar to the one actor Ralph Macchio executed in the 1984 cult classic. The Reinwardt's flying frog was photographed by Indonesian photographer Monica Anatyowati after she spotted the frog practicing its moves in a field in Jember, a city in eastern East Java. The 42-year-old, of Malang, East Java, says: “I spotted this frog leaping around in some long grass and noticed it started pulling these funny moves.………SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_1639.04/Credit:Monica Anatyowati/HotSpot/SIPA/1506221647

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  • Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads, Britain - 20 Jun 2015
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    Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutt/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutterstock (4857061i) Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 All Aboard! These new arrivals should be swimming like a duck to water, instead they would rather hitch a lift on the mums back. The three fluffy cygnets were spotted with there mum making their way up the River Bure on the Norfolk Broads and they certainly looked like they were travelling first class. /Rex_Swan_and_cygnets_on_the_Norfolk_Broads_Britain_4857061I//1506221603
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    Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads, Britain - 20 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX Shutterstock (4857061i) Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads Swan and cygnets on the Norfolk Broads, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 All Aboard! These new arrivals should be swimming like a duck to water, instead they would rather hitch a lift on the mums back. The three fluffy cygnets were spotted with there mum making their way up the River Bure on the Norfolk Broads and they certainly looked like they were travelling first class. /Rex_Swan_and_cygnets_on_the_Norfolk_Broads_Britain_4857061I//1506221603

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  • Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856929a) Press view of the Serpentine Pavilion 2015, designed by Selgascano, takes place at Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 VIP preview of annual architectural exhibition where a designer or architect creates a pavilion to be displayed beside the Serpentine Gallery. This year Madrid-based architects SelgasCano have designed the pavilion. Last year's was designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic /Rex_Serpentine_Pavilion_designed_by_SelgasCano_4856929A//1506221525
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    Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tolga Akmen/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856929a) Press view of the Serpentine Pavilion 2015, designed by Selgascano, takes place at Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano, London, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 VIP preview of annual architectural exhibition where a designer or architect creates a pavilion to be displayed beside the Serpentine Gallery. This year Madrid-based architects SelgasCano have designed the pavilion. Last year's was designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic /Rex_Serpentine_Pavilion_designed_by_SelgasCano_4856929A//1506221525

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  • Marauding caterpillars at Briadgate Oark, Cumbria, Britain - 19 Jun 2015
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    Marauding caterpillars at Briadgate Oark, Cumbria, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 LNP/REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856916b) Spindle ermine caterpillars on a park bench Marauding caterpillars at Briadgate Oark, Cumbria, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 'Thousands of marauding caterpillars are competing with tourists for a park bench in the Lake District, UK. The caterpillars, known as spindle ermine have already cocooned and consumed one tree overhanging the river, then they turned their attention to the bench. They have covered it with with a fine mesh of silk. The silk helps protect them while feeding from birds and predators, allowing them to gorge on leaves for six weeks before transforming into moths. /Rex_Marauding_caterpillars_at_Briadgate_Oark_Cumbri_4856916B//1506221517
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    Marauding caterpillars at Briadgate Oark, Cumbria, Britain - 19 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856916b) Spindle ermine caterpillars on a park bench Marauding caterpillars at Briadgate Oark, Cumbria, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 'Thousands of marauding caterpillars are competing with tourists for a park bench in the Lake District, UK. The caterpillars, known as spindle ermine have already cocooned and consumed one tree overhanging the river, then they turned their attention to the bench. They have covered it with with a fine mesh of silk. The silk helps protect them while feeding from birds and predators, allowing them to gorge on leaves for six weeks before transforming into moths. /Rex_Marauding_caterpillars_at_Briadgate_Oark_Cumbri_4856916B//1506221517

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  • Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Ian Turner/REX Shutters/SIPA CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock (4856897d) Baby giraffe Tara, left, appears to jump in the air alongside Perseus in the East African Reserve Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 Keepers at Longleat Safari Park have double cause for celebration after the birth of two strapping six-foot baby giraffes in the space of a fortnight. The new arrivals, a boy who was born first and a girl, have been named Perseus and Tara. For experienced giraffe mum Jemima baby Tara was her fourth calf, all of which have been females, while for Perseus? mum Gertie this was her second calf, both of which have been males. The new arrivals are the latest success in an ongoing breeding programme for Rothschild?s giraffes at the famous Wiltshire attraction. /Rex_Two_baby_giraffes_born_at_Longleat_Safari_Park_4856897D/CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506221453
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    Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
    06/22/2015
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    CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock (4856897d) Baby giraffe Tara, left, appears to jump in the air alongside Perseus in the East African Reserve Two baby giraffes born at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 Keepers at Longleat Safari Park have double cause for celebration after the birth of two strapping six-foot baby giraffes in the space of a fortnight. The new arrivals, a boy who was born first and a girl, have been named Perseus and Tara. For experienced giraffe mum Jemima baby Tara was her fourth calf, all of which have been females, while for Perseus? mum Gertie this was her second calf, both of which have been males. The new arrivals are the latest success in an ongoing breeding programme for Rothschild?s giraffes at the famous Wiltshire attraction. /Rex_Two_baby_giraffes_born_at_Longleat_Safari_Park_4856897D/CREDIT: Ian Turner/REX Shutterstock. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1506221453

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  • Bulgaria The eyes of God
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    Bulgaria The eyes of God 06/22/2015 Impact Press Group/SIPA Bungee jumpers jump over the Prohodna cave's entrance and tourists observe "The eyes of God", stone phenomen in the Prohodna cave near the village of Karlukovo, east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Sunday, June, 21, 2015. The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling look just like a pair of human eyes. And this impressive formation is rightfully named "The Eyes of God". Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province, some 150 km east from the bulgarian capital Sofia. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365 metres long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35 metres high and another reaches 45 metres in height. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity. There are traces of prehistoric habitation in the Prohodna cave, which testify that humans lived in the cave during the Neolithic and Chalcolithic. Photo by: Petar Petrov/Impact Press Group//IMPACTPRESS_1442.11/Credit:Impact Press Group/SIPA/1506221453
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    Bulgaria The eyes of God
    06/22/2015
    Impact Press Group/SIPA
    Bungee jumpers jump over the Prohodna cave's entrance and tourists observe "The eyes of God", stone phenomen in the Prohodna cave near the village of Karlukovo, east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Sunday, June, 21, 2015. The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling look just like a pair of human eyes. And this impressive formation is rightfully named "The Eyes of God". Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province, some 150 km east from the bulgarian capital Sofia. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365 metres long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35 metres high and another reaches 45 metres in height. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity. There are traces of prehistoric habitation in the Prohodna cave, which testify that humans lived in the cave during the Neolithic and Chalcolithic. Photo by: Petar Petrov/Impact Press Group//IMPACTPRESS_1442.11/Credit:Impact Press Group/SIPA/1506221453

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  • Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015
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    Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4856881e) 'The Eyes of God' holes Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling are shaped like a pair of human eyes. As a result this impressive formation is named 'The Eyes of God'. Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365m long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35m high and another reaches 45m. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity /Rex_Bungee_jumping_in_the_Prohodna_cave_4856881E//1506221439
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    Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4856881e) 'The Eyes of God' holes Bungee jumping in the Prohodna cave, Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria - 22 Jun 2015 The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling are shaped like a pair of human eyes. As a result this impressive formation is named 'The Eyes of God'. Prohodna cave is a karst cave in north central Bulgaria, located in the Iskar Gorge near the village of Karlukovo in Lukovit Municipality, Lovech Province. Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria and a popular location forspeleology. Formed during the Quaternary, Prohodna is 365m long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. One of them is 35m high and another reaches 45m. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber. The holes, formed through erosion, let in light into the cave. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity /Rex_Bungee_jumping_in_the_Prohodna_cave_4856881E//1506221439

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  • Medieval Jousting, Eltham Palace, London, Britain - 20 Jun 2015
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    Medieval Jousting, Eltham Palace, London, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Rob Powell/LNP/REX Shut/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Powell/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856875d) A corner of London was transported back to medieval times today as two days of jousting, falconry and historic re-enactments got underway Medieval Jousting, Eltham Palace, London, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 English Heritage's Eltham Palace plays host to the Grand Medieval Joust weekend each summer. The weather for the medieval joust was warm and humid with occasional showers /Rex_Medieval_Jousting_Eltham_Palace_London_4856875D//1506221402
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    Medieval Jousting, Eltham Palace, London, Britain - 20 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rob Powell/LNP/REX Shutterstock (4856875d) A corner of London was transported back to medieval times today as two days of jousting, falconry and historic re-enactments got underway Medieval Jousting, Eltham Palace, London, Britain - 20 Jun 2015 English Heritage's Eltham Palace plays host to the Grand Medieval Joust weekend each summer. The weather for the medieval joust was warm and humid with occasional showers /Rex_Medieval_Jousting_Eltham_Palace_London_4856875D//1506221402

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  • Glastonbury Festival joins the Miniland Line-up at The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Glastonbury Festival joins the Miniland Line-up at The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Jonathan Hordle/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX Shutterstock (4856849a) Model maker Hannah Reed puts the finishing touches to the new Glastonbury festival scene at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort. Glastonbury Festival joins the Miniland Line-up at The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Glastonbury_Festival_joins_the_Miniland_Lineup_4856849A//1506221312
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    Glastonbury Festival joins the Miniland Line-up at The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Britain - 22 Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX Shutterstock (4856849a) Model maker Hannah Reed puts the finishing touches to the new Glastonbury festival scene at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort. Glastonbury Festival joins the Miniland Line-up at The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, Britain - 22 Jun 2015 /Rex_Glastonbury_Festival_joins_the_Miniland_Lineup_4856849A//1506221312

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  • Salt and Water Design Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments, Jun 2015
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    Salt and Water Design Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments, Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Salt and Water/REX Shut/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Salt and Water's floating hotel with catamaran apartments. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock (4850108e) Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments Salt and Water Design Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjdd Have you ever dreamed of staying in a floating hotel? Esteemed design studio, Salt and Water have created a floating hotel made up of catamaran apartments; which will offer guests the perfect opportunity to relax. /Rex_Floating_sea_hotel_with_catamaran_apartments_4850108E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Salt and Water's floating hotel with catamaran apartments. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506221144
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    Salt and Water Design Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments, Jun 2015
    06/22/2015
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Salt and Water's floating hotel with catamaran apartments. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock (4850108e) Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments Salt and Water Design Floating Hotel with Catamaran-Apartments, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjdd Have you ever dreamed of staying in a floating hotel? Esteemed design studio, Salt and Water have created a floating hotel made up of catamaran apartments; which will offer guests the perfect opportunity to relax. /Rex_Floating_sea_hotel_with_catamaran_apartments_4850108E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Salt and Water/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Salt and Water's floating hotel with catamaran apartments. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506221144

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  • A young orangutan is washed at OFI's Orangutan Care Centre, Indonesia
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    A young orangutan is washed at OFI's Orangutan Care Centre, Indonesia 06/22/2015 Barry Bland/REX Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Barry Bland/REX Shutterstock (4383510n) A baby orangutan is washed A young orangutan is washed at OFI's Orangutan Care Centre, Indonesia *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pvdd Splish, splash I was taking a bath ... an adorable baby orangutan is seen enjoying a scrub at a rescue centre in Indonesia. And like most youngsters he appears to go a little ape over the bubbles - but isn't so keen to have them washed off again. The orphaned animal was given a wash and brush up by one of the carers at the Orangutan Care Center And Quarantine (OCCQ), which is run by the Orangutan Foundation International. The centre cares for around 300 orangutans, both confiscated ex-captive apes and injured wild animals. In the wild orangutan infants share an intense bond with their mothers and do not leave them until they are at least 8 or 9 years old. At the OCCQ this bond is replicated by the relationships orangutan infants develop with their caregivers, with these surrogate mothers taking care of their charges until they become large juveniles. /Rex_Orangutan_Shower_4383510N//1506221139
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    A young orangutan is washed at OFI's Orangutan Care Centre, Indonesia
    06/22/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Barry Bland/REX Shutterstock (4383510n) A baby orangutan is washed A young orangutan is washed at OFI's Orangutan Care Centre, Indonesia *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pvdd Splish, splash I was taking a bath ... an adorable baby orangutan is seen enjoying a scrub at a rescue centre in Indonesia. And like most youngsters he appears to go a little ape over the bubbles - but isn't so keen to have them washed off again. The orphaned animal was given a wash and brush up by one of the carers at the Orangutan Care Center And Quarantine (OCCQ), which is run by the Orangutan Foundation International. The centre cares for around 300 orangutans, both confiscated ex-captive apes and injured wild animals. In the wild orangutan infants share an intense bond with their mothers and do not leave them until they are at least 8 or 9 years old. At the OCCQ this bond is replicated by the relationships orangutan infants develop with their caregivers, with these surrogate mothers taking care of their charges until they become large juveniles. /Rex_Orangutan_Shower_4383510N//1506221139

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  • The Eyes of God
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    The Eyes of God 06/22/2015 PPF/WENN.COM/SIPA Bungee jumpers hurl themselves over the Prohodna cave entrance and tourists observe the "The Eyes of God" stone phenomenon near the village of Karlukovo, east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, on Sunday, June, 21, 2015. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber which was formed through erosion. The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling, which let light into the cave, look just like a pair of human eyes - hence the name "The Eyes of God". Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria. It is 365 metres long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity. Where: Karlukovo, Bulgaria When: 21 Jun 2015 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/DWP_The_Eyes_Of_God_220615.wenn22616964/1506221127
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    The Eyes of God
    06/22/2015
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    Bungee jumpers hurl themselves over the Prohodna cave entrance and tourists observe the "The Eyes of God" stone phenomenon near the village of Karlukovo, east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, on Sunday, June, 21, 2015. Prohodna is most notable for the two equal-sized holes in the ceiling of its middle chamber which was formed through erosion. The two huge elongated holes in its ceiling, which let light into the cave, look just like a pair of human eyes - hence the name "The Eyes of God". Prohodna is the best known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, part of the Geological Park Iskar-Panega, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria. It is 365 metres long, which makes it the longest cave passage in Bulgaria. The cave has two entrances which lie opposite one another. The size of the Big Entrance of Prohodna makes it suitable for bungee jumping, and it is among the popular spots in Bulgaria for that activity. Where: Karlukovo, Bulgaria When: 21 Jun 2015 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/DWP_The_Eyes_Of_God_220615.wenn22616964/1506221127

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  • Monika Malek's photo series about disabled cats, Jun 2015
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    Monika Malek's photo series about disabled cats, Jun 2015 06/22/2015 Monika Malek/REX Shutte/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Monika Malek's photo series I am still a cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock (4856686j) Monika Malek's photo series about disabled cats, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjc3 he photo series 'I Am Still A Cat' hopes to show people that disabled cats still make great pets. Polish photographer, Monika Malek explains that she took the photo series to change the way people think of disabled cats. /Rex_Monika_Maleks_photo_series_about_disabled_cats_4856686J/MANDATORY CREDIT: Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Monika Malek's photo series I am still a cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506221109
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    Monika Malek's photo series about disabled cats, Jun 2015
    06/22/2015
    Monika Malek/REX Shutte/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Monika Malek's photo series I am still a cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock (4856686j) Monika Malek's photo series about disabled cats, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qjc3 he photo series 'I Am Still A Cat' hopes to show people that disabled cats still make great pets. Polish photographer, Monika Malek explains that she took the photo series to change the way people think of disabled cats. /Rex_Monika_Maleks_photo_series_about_disabled_cats_4856686J/MANDATORY CREDIT: Monika Malek/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Monika Malek's photo series I am still a cat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506221109

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  • NRG Streetcharge Solar Charging Station to be Unveiled During Pr
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    NRG Streetcharge Solar Charging Station to be Unveiled During Pr 06/22/2015 Scott Dalton/AP/SIPA IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NRG - "Superheroes" on hand to help promote a donation by NRG Energy of Street Charge portable power charging station at the Houston Children's Museum in on Thursday, June 18, 2015 in Houston. The unit was delivered today and charges mobile phones and is powered by solar energy. (Photo by Scott Dalton/Invision for NRG/AP Images)/INVL/350907532346/061815111701, 00000,/1506221100
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    NRG Streetcharge Solar Charging Station to be Unveiled During Pr
    06/22/2015
    Scott Dalton/AP/SIPA
    IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NRG - "Superheroes" on hand to help promote a donation by NRG Energy of Street Charge portable power charging station at the Houston Children's Museum in on Thursday, June 18, 2015 in Houston. The unit was delivered today and charges mobile phones and is powered by solar energy. (Photo by Scott Dalton/Invision for NRG/AP Images)/INVL/350907532346/061815111701, 00000,/1506221100

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  • Albino children hunted, maimed in Tanzania now healing in Philadelphia
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    Albino children hunted, maimed in Tanzania now healing in Philadelphia 06/22/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Kabula Nkalango, 18, talks with Dan Zlotolow, a specialist in hand and upper-extremity surgery, on June 17, 2015 at Shriners Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. Nkalango lost her right arm to a machete attack in Tanzania because she suffers from albinism. At left is Elissa Montanti, founder and director of Global Medical Relief Fund. (Photo by Alejandro A. Alvarez/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15494485/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1506220623
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    Albino children hunted, maimed in Tanzania now healing in Philadelphia
    06/22/2015
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    Kabula Nkalango, 18, talks with Dan Zlotolow, a specialist in hand and upper-extremity surgery, on June 17, 2015 at Shriners Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. Nkalango lost her right arm to a machete attack in Tanzania because she suffers from albinism. At left is Elissa Montanti, founder and director of Global Medical Relief Fund. (Photo by Alejandro A. Alvarez/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15494485/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1506220623

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  • Ukraine: Zombie March
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    Ukraine: Zombie March 06/21/2015 SIPANY/SIPA A placard says “Thank you for supporting Russian propaganda” is seen hanging on the main entrance door of Ukrainian Security Services building in Kiev on June 21, 2015. According to organizers of protest Zombie-march, the action is an ironical way of "thanking" Ukrainian law enforcement agencies for their inaction in curbing pro-Russian propaganda in the country. They believe the newspaper is pro-Russian propaganda media. (Photo by Sergii Kharchenko) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15493015/*** World Rights ***/1506211718
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    Ukraine: Zombie March
    06/21/2015
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    A placard says “Thank you for supporting Russian propaganda” is seen hanging on the main entrance door of Ukrainian Security Services building in Kiev on June 21, 2015. According to organizers of protest Zombie-march, the action is an ironical way of "thanking" Ukrainian law enforcement agencies for their inaction in curbing pro-Russian propaganda in the country. They believe the newspaper is pro-Russian propaganda media. (Photo by Sergii Kharchenko) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15493015/*** World Rights ***/1506211718

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  • Volunteers help track endangered, enigmatic bonneted bat
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    Volunteers help track endangered, enigmatic bonneted bat 06/21/2015 SIPANY/SIPA Frank Ridgely, a vet at Zoo Miami, has been caring for a bonneted bat he rescued a few months back. He's working with US wildlife officials to come up with a release plan and hoping the bat will roost nearby so he can study the bat, shown here on May 15, 2015 in Miami. (Photo by Walter Michot/Miami Herald/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15491919/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1506210626
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    Volunteers help track endangered, enigmatic bonneted bat
    06/21/2015
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Frank Ridgely, a vet at Zoo Miami, has been caring for a bonneted bat he rescued a few months back. He's working with US wildlife officials to come up with a release plan and hoping the bat will roost nearby so he can study the bat, shown here on May 15, 2015 in Miami. (Photo by Walter Michot/Miami Herald/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_15491919/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1506210626

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  • Holiday home hermit cave in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia - 16 Jun 2015
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    Holiday home hermit cave in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia - 16 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850480t) Lionel Buckett with the cave holiday home Holiday home hermit cave in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia - 16 Jun 2015 Visitors to the Blue Mountains in Australia are being given the opportunity to live like a modern day hermit. Eco builder Lionel Buckett took 14 months transforming a cliffside cave into a luxury holiday home that costs AUS$734 a night to stop in. The venue features a sandstone kitchen and a main living space complete with a wood space heater and kangaroo skin covered bed covered. Large, double-glazed glass doors lead out onto a terrace with breathtaking views over the forest covered valley below. Meanwhile, there's also a bathroom boasting a spa bath, hand-carved stone basin and a long-drop composting toilet. There is also an outside shower. Lionel found the spot - near Mt Tomah and Mt Wilson - while bushwalking and climbing a cliff. /Rex_Holiday_home_hermit_cave_in_Blue_Mountains_4850480T/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191358
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    Holiday home hermit cave in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia - 16 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850480t) Lionel Buckett with the cave holiday home Holiday home hermit cave in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia - 16 Jun 2015 Visitors to the Blue Mountains in Australia are being given the opportunity to live like a modern day hermit. Eco builder Lionel Buckett took 14 months transforming a cliffside cave into a luxury holiday home that costs AUS$734 a night to stop in. The venue features a sandstone kitchen and a main living space complete with a wood space heater and kangaroo skin covered bed covered. Large, double-glazed glass doors lead out onto a terrace with breathtaking views over the forest covered valley below. Meanwhile, there's also a bathroom boasting a spa bath, hand-carved stone basin and a long-drop composting toilet. There is also an outside shower. Lionel found the spot - near Mt Tomah and Mt Wilson - while bushwalking and climbing a cliff. /Rex_Holiday_home_hermit_cave_in_Blue_Mountains_4850480T/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191358

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  • Lithuania
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    Lithuania 06/19/2015 Richard Gardner/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Richard Gardner/REX Shutterstock (4850461c) The Ghost statue. Klaipeda Lithuania /Rex_Isle_of_Wight_Britain_Jun_2015_4850461C//1506191351
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    Lithuania
    06/19/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Richard Gardner/REX Shutterstock (4850461c) The Ghost statue. Klaipeda Lithuania /Rex_Isle_of_Wight_Britain_Jun_2015_4850461C//1506191351

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  • Pygmy Hippo calf goes for his first swim at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 18 Jun 2015
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    Pygmy Hippo calf goes for his first swim at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 18 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850475a) Pygmy hippo calf 'Obi' with mother Petre Pygmy Hippo calf goes for his first swim at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 18 Jun 2015 The force is strong with little Obi - the force of cuteness that is! The adorable baby pygmy hippo is seen going for a swim for the first time in his enclosure at Melbourne Zoo in Australia. The three-week-old enjoyed his first proper swim in the big pool after first learning the basics in the nursery yard's paddling pool. He was watched over anxiously by doting mum Petre as he ventured into the water. Obi is the first pygmy hippo to be born at the zoo since 1981 and according to keepers the youngster is flourishing. They say that Obi, whose name means "heart" in a regional language from Nigeria, has been packing on 500g of weight every day. Pygmy hippos are classified as endangered in the wild, but due to their dense rainforest habitat their exact population size is unknown. /Rex_Pygmy_Hippo_calf_goes_for_his_first_swim_4850475A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191341
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    Pygmy Hippo calf goes for his first swim at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 18 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850475a) Pygmy hippo calf 'Obi' with mother Petre Pygmy Hippo calf goes for his first swim at Melbourne Zoo, Australia - 18 Jun 2015 The force is strong with little Obi - the force of cuteness that is! The adorable baby pygmy hippo is seen going for a swim for the first time in his enclosure at Melbourne Zoo in Australia. The three-week-old enjoyed his first proper swim in the big pool after first learning the basics in the nursery yard's paddling pool. He was watched over anxiously by doting mum Petre as he ventured into the water. Obi is the first pygmy hippo to be born at the zoo since 1981 and according to keepers the youngster is flourishing. They say that Obi, whose name means "heart" in a regional language from Nigeria, has been packing on 500g of weight every day. Pygmy hippos are classified as endangered in the wild, but due to their dense rainforest habitat their exact population size is unknown. /Rex_Pygmy_Hippo_calf_goes_for_his_first_swim_4850475A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191341

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  • Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015
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    Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850353a) 15-year-old Mojela Baker-Khamphan practices her netball shots as a rainbow is seen over over Heffron park, Maroubra in Sydney, new South Wales Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 /Rex_Double_Rainbow_Over_Sydney_Australia_17_Jun_2_4850353A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191240
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    Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850353a) 15-year-old Mojela Baker-Khamphan practices her netball shots as a rainbow is seen over over Heffron park, Maroubra in Sydney, new South Wales Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 /Rex_Double_Rainbow_Over_Sydney_Australia_17_Jun_2_4850353A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191240

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  • Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015
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    Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Newspix/REX Shutterstoc/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850352a) A rainbow seen near Sydney Airport as wet weather continues in Sydney, new South Wales Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 /Rex_Double_Rainbow_Over_Sydney_Australia_17_Jun_2_4850352A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191142
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    Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Newspix/REX Shutterstock (4850352a) A rainbow seen near Sydney Airport as wet weather continues in Sydney, new South Wales Double Rainbow Over Sydney, Australia - 17 Jun 2015 /Rex_Double_Rainbow_Over_Sydney_Australia_17_Jun_2_4850352A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1506191142

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  • Romanian company hires a cat as a communications manager, Bucharest, Romania, Jun 2015
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    Romanian company hires a cat as a communications manager, Bucharest, Romania, Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Catbox/REX Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Catbox/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Boss the cat hired as communications manager at Romanian company. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Catbox/REX Shutterstock (4850306d) Boss the cat was hired as communications manager at Catbox Romanian company hires a cat as a communications manager, Bucharest, Romania, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qj26 IMAGED & VIDEO: A Romanian company has become the first in the world to hire a cat as their communication manager. The Bucharest-based company, is a specialist online gift boutique, which offers a range of presents for any occasion. /Rex_First_company_to_hire_cat_as_manager_Romania_4850306D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Catbox/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Boss the cat hired as communications manager at Romanian company. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506191057
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    Romanian company hires a cat as a communications manager, Bucharest, Romania, Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
    Catbox/REX Shutterstock/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Catbox/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Boss the cat hired as communications manager at Romanian company. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Catbox/REX Shutterstock (4850306d) Boss the cat was hired as communications manager at Catbox Romanian company hires a cat as a communications manager, Bucharest, Romania, Jun 2015 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qj26 IMAGED & VIDEO: A Romanian company has become the first in the world to hire a cat as their communication manager. The Bucharest-based company, is a specialist online gift boutique, which offers a range of presents for any occasion. /Rex_First_company_to_hire_cat_as_manager_Romania_4850306D/MANDATORY CREDIT: Catbox/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in story about Boss the cat hired as communications manager at Romanian company. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1506191057

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  • Lipton Ice Tea Ride and Slide Giant water slide, London, Britain - 19 Jun 2015
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    Lipton Ice Tea Ride and Slide Giant water slide, London, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Ray Tang/REX Shuttersto/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ray Tang/REX Shutterstock (4850312m) Woman sliding down the water slide Lipton Ice Tea Ride and Slide Giant water slide, London, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 /Rex_Lipton_Ice_Tea_Ride_and_Slide_Giant_water_slide_4850312M//1506191034
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    Lipton Ice Tea Ride and Slide Giant water slide, London, Britain - 19 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ray Tang/REX Shutterstock (4850312m) Woman sliding down the water slide Lipton Ice Tea Ride and Slide Giant water slide, London, Britain - 19 Jun 2015 /Rex_Lipton_Ice_Tea_Ride_and_Slide_Giant_water_slide_4850312M//1506191034

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  • Phytoplankton communities and sea ice around Iceland - 14 Jun 2015
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    Phytoplankton communities and sea ice around Iceland - 14 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Suomi NPP/VIIRS/REX Shu/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Suomi NPP/VIIRS/REX Shutterstock (4850301a) Phytoplankton communities and sea ice limn the turbulent flow field around Iceland in this Suomi-NPP/VIIRS scene collected on June 14, 2015 Phytoplankton communities and sea ice around Iceland - 14 Jun 2015 /Rex_Phytoplankton_communities_and_sea_ice_4850301A//1506191015
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    Phytoplankton communities and sea ice around Iceland - 14 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
    Suomi NPP/VIIRS/REX Shu/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Suomi NPP/VIIRS/REX Shutterstock (4850301a) Phytoplankton communities and sea ice limn the turbulent flow field around Iceland in this Suomi-NPP/VIIRS scene collected on June 14, 2015 Phytoplankton communities and sea ice around Iceland - 14 Jun 2015 /Rex_Phytoplankton_communities_and_sea_ice_4850301A//1506191015

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  • Eggplant stuffed with mince
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    Eggplant stuffed with mince 06/19/2015 Rafael Ben-Ari/Cham/NEWSCOM/SIPA Cooked Eggplant stuffed with mince in a plate. Food background texture. Photo via Newscom/cewitness033945/1506190835
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    Eggplant stuffed with mince
    06/19/2015
    Rafael Ben-Ari/Cham/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    Cooked Eggplant stuffed with mince in a plate. Food background texture. Photo via Newscom/cewitness033945/1506190835

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  • Tawny owl in the New Forest, Hampshire - Jun 2015
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    Tawny owl in the New Forest, Hampshire - Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Mike Walker/REX Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Walker/REX Shutterstock (4850123a) A Tawny Owl, Strix aluco, on an old tree in the New Forest Tawny owl in the New Forest, Hampshire - Jun 2015 /Rex_Tawny_owl_in_the_New_Forest_Hampshire_Jun_201_4850123A//1506190644
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    Tawny owl in the New Forest, Hampshire - Jun 2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mike Walker/REX Shutterstock (4850123a) A Tawny Owl, Strix aluco, on an old tree in the New Forest Tawny owl in the New Forest, Hampshire - Jun 2015 /Rex_Tawny_owl_in_the_New_Forest_Hampshire_Jun_201_4850123A//1506190644

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  • Cow has Mickey Mouse marking on its forehead, Cambridgeshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015
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    Cow has Mickey Mouse marking on its forehead, Cambridgeshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 Photography/REX Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4850022b) The calf with the Mickey Mouse marking Cow has Mickey Mouse marking on its forehead, Cambridgeshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qiwr A cow with an unusual Mickey Mouse marking on her head has surprised staff at a wetlands reserve. The calf, which is a South Devonshire Cross, has a large white forehead with the famous black mouse silhouette in the centre. Staff at the Welney Wetland Centre in Cambridgeshire have now nicknamed her Minnie, after the world-renowned Disney character's girlfriend. A spokeswoman for Welney said: "Her distinctive white forehead would normally be unusual enough, but her black, mouse silhouette really makes her stand out from the herd. "It's not often that the markings on the cows' heads look like anything, but her mouse silhouette is very clear. She is really one of a kind." /Rex_Cow_has_Mickey_Mouse_marking_on_its_forehead_4850022B//1506190555
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    Cow has Mickey Mouse marking on its forehead, Cambridgeshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Photography/REX Shutterstock (4850022b) The calf with the Mickey Mouse marking Cow has Mickey Mouse marking on its forehead, Cambridgeshire, Britain - 16 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qiwr A cow with an unusual Mickey Mouse marking on her head has surprised staff at a wetlands reserve. The calf, which is a South Devonshire Cross, has a large white forehead with the famous black mouse silhouette in the centre. Staff at the Welney Wetland Centre in Cambridgeshire have now nicknamed her Minnie, after the world-renowned Disney character's girlfriend. A spokeswoman for Welney said: "Her distinctive white forehead would normally be unusual enough, but her black, mouse silhouette really makes her stand out from the herd. "It's not often that the markings on the cows' heads look like anything, but her mouse silhouette is very clear. She is really one of a kind." /Rex_Cow_has_Mickey_Mouse_marking_on_its_forehead_4850022B//1506190555

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  • Baby monkey born at Varna Zoo, Bulgaria - 18 Jun 2015
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    Baby monkey born at Varna Zoo, Bulgaria - 18 Jun 2015 06/19/2015 REX Shutterstock/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4849950f) Mother monkey Alex with her two-day-old baby Baby monkey born at Varna Zoo, Bulgaria - 18 Jun 2015 /Rex_Baby_monkey_born_at_Varna_Zoo_Bulgaria_4849950F//1506190308
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    Baby monkey born at Varna Zoo, Bulgaria - 18 Jun 2015
    06/19/2015
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4849950f) Mother monkey Alex with her two-day-old baby Baby monkey born at Varna Zoo, Bulgaria - 18 Jun 2015 /Rex_Baby_monkey_born_at_Varna_Zoo_Bulgaria_4849950F//1506190308

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