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  • Worlds happiest baby
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    Worlds happiest baby 11/25/2014 ULTRASOUND DIRECT/Caters/SIPA PIC BY ULTRASOUND DIRECT / MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS- (PICTURED: THE ULTRASOUND PICTURE SHOWING LEO SMILING) This smiley tot is a contender for the worlds happiest baby after being captured with a huge beam on his face... BEFORE he was born. Little Leo David Hargreaves was captured grinning from ear to ear in the heart-warming ultrasound snap when his mum was 31-weeks pregnant. Proud parents Amy Cregg and Leighton Hargreaves were left stunned when they saw the adorable picture of their son with a cheeky smirk on his face. The delighted couple, from Accrington, Lancs, have said their son, who is now four-months-old, has not stopped smiling since the scan was taken. SEE MERCURY COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1850.01/Credit:ULTRASOUND DIRECT/Caters/SIPA/1411251855
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    Worlds happiest baby
    11/25/2014
    ULTRASOUND DIRECT/Caters/SIPA
    PIC BY ULTRASOUND DIRECT / MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS- (PICTURED: THE ULTRASOUND PICTURE SHOWING LEO SMILING) This smiley tot is a contender for the worlds happiest baby after being captured with a huge beam on his face... BEFORE he was born. Little Leo David Hargreaves was captured grinning from ear to ear in the heart-warming ultrasound snap when his mum was 31-weeks pregnant. Proud parents Amy Cregg and Leighton Hargreaves were left stunned when they saw the adorable picture of their son with a cheeky smirk on his face. The delighted couple, from Accrington, Lancs, have said their son, who is now four-months-old, has not stopped smiling since the scan was taken. SEE MERCURY COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1850.01/Credit:ULTRASOUND DIRECT/Caters/SIPA/1411251855

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  • Sloth And Baby Friends
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    Sloth And Baby Friends 11/25/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM HIDDEN CLOVER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Baby Alia and Daisy the sloth) - These are the adorable images of a baby who has formed a special bond with a SLOTH. Baby Alia, first met Daisy the sloth when was she was just two days old and the pair have been inseparable ever since. Daisy is almost like a real-life teddy bear for five-month-old Alia and the pair love to play and take naps together. Alias parents Julia, 29 and Jason Heckathorn, 35, brought Alia home from the hospital the same day they welcomed three-month-old Daisy into their home. SEE CATERS COPY./Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411251722
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    Sloth And Baby Friends
    11/25/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM HIDDEN CLOVER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Baby Alia and Daisy the sloth) - These are the adorable images of a baby who has formed a special bond with a SLOTH. Baby Alia, first met Daisy the sloth when was she was just two days old and the pair have been inseparable ever since. Daisy is almost like a real-life teddy bear for five-month-old Alia and the pair love to play and take naps together. Alias parents Julia, 29 and Jason Heckathorn, 35, brought Alia home from the hospital the same day they welcomed three-month-old Daisy into their home. SEE CATERS COPY./Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411251722

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  • A transporter truck jumps over moving F1 car
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    A transporter truck jumps over moving F1 car 11/25/2014 EMC/Solent News/SIPA A giant 16-tonne transporter truck has set the world record for the longest ever jump - and did it while an F1 racing car drove underneath it. The daring stunt saw the semi-tractor trailer hurtle towards the jump at 70mph before leaping through the air a staggering 83 feet and seven inches. Meanwhile, 37-year-old Lotus F1 stunt driver Martin Ivanov - who has driven cars in both James Bond and Bourne films - quickly darts underneath it. No one has ever attempted the jump with a tractor and trailer before but Hollywood stuntman Mike Ryan, of Fast & Furious and Terminator 2 fame, was behind the wheel of the 54ft truck. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: The giant transporter truck launches into the air as an F1 racing car drives underneath it. Please byline: EMC/Solent News Â' EMC/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1721.01/Credit:EMC/Solent News/SIPA/1411251727
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    A transporter truck jumps over moving F1 car
    11/25/2014
    EMC/Solent News/SIPA
    A giant 16-tonne transporter truck has set the world record for the longest ever jump - and did it while an F1 racing car drove underneath it. The daring stunt saw the semi-tractor trailer hurtle towards the jump at 70mph before leaping through the air a staggering 83 feet and seven inches. Meanwhile, 37-year-old Lotus F1 stunt driver Martin Ivanov - who has driven cars in both James Bond and Bourne films - quickly darts underneath it. No one has ever attempted the jump with a tractor and trailer before but Hollywood stuntman Mike Ryan, of Fast & Furious and Terminator 2 fame, was behind the wheel of the 54ft truck. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: The giant transporter truck launches into the air as an F1 racing car drives underneath it. Please byline: EMC/Solent News Â' EMC/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_1721.01/Credit:EMC/Solent News/SIPA/1411251727

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  • Mountain Bike rider Yannick Granieri , freestyle
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    Mountain Bike rider Yannick Granieri , freestyle 11/25/2014 Stephane Cande/SIPA Yannick Granieri big stunts in south of France./CANDESTEPHANE_1621.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633
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    Mountain Bike rider Yannick Granieri , freestyle
    11/25/2014
    Stephane Cande/SIPA
    Yannick Granieri big stunts in south of France./CANDESTEPHANE_1621.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633

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  • French Mountain Bike rider jumps over a canal
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    French Mountain Bike rider jumps over a canal 11/25/2014 Stephane Cande/SIPA French Mountain Bike rider Yannick Granieri jumps over a canal during a wakeboard session in south of France./CANDESTEPHANE_1629.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633
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    French Mountain Bike rider jumps over a canal
    11/25/2014
    Stephane Cande/SIPA
    French Mountain Bike rider Yannick Granieri jumps over a canal during a wakeboard session in south of France./CANDESTEPHANE_1629.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633

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  • Fra:  Freestyle Ski Action
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    Fra: Freestyle Ski Action 11/25/2014 Stephane Cande/SIPA Freeski rider during action, Var Region, FRANCE-22/01/2014./CANDESTEPHANE_1625.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633
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    Fra: Freestyle Ski Action
    11/25/2014
    Stephane Cande/SIPA
    Freeski rider during action, Var Region, FRANCE-22/01/2014./CANDESTEPHANE_1625.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251633

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  • VTT Rider Bryan Regnier during training session
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    VTT Rider Bryan Regnier during training session 11/25/2014 Stephane Cande/SIPA French Mountain Bike Rider Bryan Regnier riding on his home spots close to Aix en Provence, France./CANDESTEPHANE_1620.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251624
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    VTT Rider Bryan Regnier during training session
    11/25/2014
    Stephane Cande/SIPA
    French Mountain Bike Rider Bryan Regnier riding on his home spots close to Aix en Provence, France./CANDESTEPHANE_1620.01/Credit:Stephane Cande/SIPA/1411251624

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  • Yellow old gingko tree
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    Yellow old gingko tree 11/25/2014 Song Wen/Chine Nouvelle/SIPA (141125) -- XUAN'EN, Nov. 25, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A tourist wanders amid gingko leaves beside an old gingko tree in Maobatang Village of Xuan'en County, central China's Hubei Province, Nov. 25, 2014. The old gingko tree, which is more than 1,500 years old, is over 30 meters high with a perimeter of 18 meters. (Xinhua/Song Wen) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1029.01/Credit:Song Wen/Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/1411251034
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    Yellow old gingko tree
    11/25/2014
    Song Wen/Chine Nouvelle/SIPA
    (141125) -- XUAN'EN, Nov. 25, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A tourist wanders amid gingko leaves beside an old gingko tree in Maobatang Village of Xuan'en County, central China's Hubei Province, Nov. 25, 2014. The old gingko tree, which is more than 1,500 years old, is over 30 meters high with a perimeter of 18 meters. (Xinhua/Song Wen) (lfj)/CHINENOUVELLE_1029.01/Credit:Song Wen/Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/1411251034

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  • Paraplegic Dog Leo
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    Paraplegic Dog Leo 11/24/2014 MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: LEO IN THE VETS IN THAILAND) A model rescued a homeless puppy after discovering the PARALYSED pooch dragging its hind legs across a beach in Thailand. Meagan Penman, from Toronto, Canada, found the injured dog during a trip to Thailand. But after trying and failing to have Leo rescued by local animal shelters, Meagan made a vow to rescue him and take him home with her to Canada to find him a foster home. The stunning blonde raised thousands of dollars on a crowd funding website to pay for veterinary treatment for Leo. And more than three months after she found him, Meagan welcomed Leo onto Canadian soil last month - and he has since moved in with a full time foster carer Jamie Smith. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1907.18/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411241927
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    Paraplegic Dog Leo
    11/24/2014
    MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: LEO IN THE VETS IN THAILAND) A model rescued a homeless puppy after discovering the PARALYSED pooch dragging its hind legs across a beach in Thailand. Meagan Penman, from Toronto, Canada, found the injured dog during a trip to Thailand. But after trying and failing to have Leo rescued by local animal shelters, Meagan made a vow to rescue him and take him home with her to Canada to find him a foster home. The stunning blonde raised thousands of dollars on a crowd funding website to pay for veterinary treatment for Leo. And more than three months after she found him, Meagan welcomed Leo onto Canadian soil last month - and he has since moved in with a full time foster carer Jamie Smith. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1907.18/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411241927

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  • Crocodile Cove Cage of Death
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    Crocodile Cove Cage of Death 11/24/2014 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS COPY - (PICTURED: Customers are able to get very close to the crocodiles ) - A theme park is offering holiday SNAPS with a difference after letting its visitors come face-to-face with a deadly five metre crocodile. Pictured underwater, plucky tourists are offered the chance to swim with the huge predator coming within inches of its huge jaws. But luckily, thanks to a nine foot high, acrylic container, known as the Cage of Death, thrill-seekers can rest assure that they wont be gobbled up anytime soon. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1917.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411241928
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    Crocodile Cove Cage of Death
    11/24/2014
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS COPY - (PICTURED: Customers are able to get very close to the crocodiles ) - A theme park is offering holiday SNAPS with a difference after letting its visitors come face-to-face with a deadly five metre crocodile. Pictured underwater, plucky tourists are offered the chance to swim with the huge predator coming within inches of its huge jaws. But luckily, thanks to a nine foot high, acrylic container, known as the Cage of Death, thrill-seekers can rest assure that they wont be gobbled up anytime soon. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1917.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411241928

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  • Dogs Couture Costumes
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    Dogs Couture Costumes 11/24/2014 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Anthony with two of his dogs) - Forget the catwalk, Anthony Rubios amazing outfits are strictly for canine followers of fashion. Anthonys colourful creations include a pink cape complete with an intricate floral design. They arent just for female pooches though, as he has made a delicately decorated tuxedo finished off with a ruffle and bow tie. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1419.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411241424
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    Dogs Couture Costumes
    11/24/2014
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Anthony with two of his dogs) - Forget the catwalk, Anthony Rubios amazing outfits are strictly for canine followers of fashion. Anthonys colourful creations include a pink cape complete with an intricate floral design. They arent just for female pooches though, as he has made a delicately decorated tuxedo finished off with a ruffle and bow tie. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1419.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411241424

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  • Amazing Food Fascinators
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    Amazing Food Fascinators 11/21/2014 CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA Dinner table hat - An ingenious designer used his Crohns disease diagnosis to create hats good enough to munch on. Giving a whole new meaning to ill eat my hat, with Maor Zabars clever designs you might actually want to. Maoras inventive ideas include a berry pie beret, fishy fascinator and even a salad sombrero. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS001/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921
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    Amazing Food Fascinators
    11/21/2014
    CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA
    Dinner table hat - An ingenious designer used his Crohns disease diagnosis to create hats good enough to munch on. Giving a whole new meaning to ill eat my hat, with Maor Zabars clever designs you might actually want to. Maoras inventive ideas include a berry pie beret, fishy fascinator and even a salad sombrero. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS001/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921

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  • Jungle Book Bear
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    Jungle Book Bear 11/21/2014 CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA This Brown bear recreates an iconic moment from The Jungle Book - as she mimics Baloo trying to scratch his back. The female showed her Shere frustration as she desperately tries to relieve the itch but cant. Using a giant branch to scratch, she looks the spitting image of Baloo from the famous scene in the Rudyard Kipling inspired Disney movie. And after that doesnt solve her problem, she simply resorts to the bear necessities - rubbing her back against the tree trunk just like Baloo. Jamen Percy, from London, captured the hilarious shots during a trip to northern Finland, while watching the bears activity discreetly from an armoured hide. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS022/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921
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    Jungle Book Bear
    11/21/2014
    CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA
    This Brown bear recreates an iconic moment from The Jungle Book - as she mimics Baloo trying to scratch his back. The female showed her Shere frustration as she desperately tries to relieve the itch but cant. Using a giant branch to scratch, she looks the spitting image of Baloo from the famous scene in the Rudyard Kipling inspired Disney movie. And after that doesnt solve her problem, she simply resorts to the bear necessities - rubbing her back against the tree trunk just like Baloo. Jamen Percy, from London, captured the hilarious shots during a trip to northern Finland, while watching the bears activity discreetly from an armoured hide. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS022/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921

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  • Sunny Side Egg Art
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    Sunny Side Egg Art 11/21/2014 CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA PIC BY ANNE WIDYA / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Annes eggs art, a rabbit made of rice with an egg duvet) A creative mother has come up with a novel way of making sure her children eat their breakfasts - by using eggs to make works of art. Sculpted into a variety of extraordinary designs, culinary genius, Anne Widya, uses sunny side up eggs to make sure her childrens plates are always cleared. Made using a cookie cutter and sushi wrap, the mother-of-four gets her creative juices flowing by serving eggs in an assortment of shapes from smiling pigs to ice cream sundaes. Annes incredible talent first began as way to cheer up her son, Andrew, who was off sick from school but soon turned into a fully fledged hobby. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS033/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921
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    Sunny Side Egg Art
    11/21/2014
    CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC BY ANNE WIDYA / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Annes eggs art, a rabbit made of rice with an egg duvet) A creative mother has come up with a novel way of making sure her children eat their breakfasts - by using eggs to make works of art. Sculpted into a variety of extraordinary designs, culinary genius, Anne Widya, uses sunny side up eggs to make sure her childrens plates are always cleared. Made using a cookie cutter and sushi wrap, the mother-of-four gets her creative juices flowing by serving eggs in an assortment of shapes from smiling pigs to ice cream sundaes. Annes incredible talent first began as way to cheer up her son, Andrew, who was off sick from school but soon turned into a fully fledged hobby. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS033/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1411211921

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  • Amazing Norway Scenery Kayak
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    Amazing Norway Scenery Kayak 11/21/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS.(PICTURED: THE VIEW FROM TOMASZ FURMANEKS KAYAK AS HE PADDLES THOUGH NORWAYS RUGGED LANDSCAPE)These are the photographs of stunning natural beauty as seen through the lens of a kayakers GoPro camera. Intrepid Tomasz Furmanek spends his spare time away from the Institute of Marine Research gliding atop the waters in some Norways most idyllic beauty spots. For 10 years, Tomasz, a software developer, has visited many of the fjords in western Norway, inland lakes and the areas around Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway...SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411211430
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    Amazing Norway Scenery Kayak
    11/21/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS/CATERS NEWS.(PICTURED: THE VIEW FROM TOMASZ FURMANEKS KAYAK AS HE PADDLES THOUGH NORWAYS RUGGED LANDSCAPE)These are the photographs of stunning natural beauty as seen through the lens of a kayakers GoPro camera. Intrepid Tomasz Furmanek spends his spare time away from the Institute of Marine Research gliding atop the waters in some Norways most idyllic beauty spots. For 10 years, Tomasz, a software developer, has visited many of the fjords in western Norway, inland lakes and the areas around Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway...SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411211430

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  • Canada Guard dog vs Polar Bear
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    Canada Guard dog vs Polar Bear 11/21/2014 ALBERTO PANIZZA/CATERS/SIPA **** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ALBERTO PANIZZA/ CATERS NEWS **** - (PICTURED: The dog warning the Polar Bear off) - This is the moment a brave guard dog took on a giant polar bear - and WON. The determined mutt fiercely stood tall when the giant bear approached, forcing it to retreat and trudge into the distance. Keen photographer Alberto Panizza, 39, captured the incredible moment while visiting Churchill in Manitoba, Canada, earlier this month. The snapper revealed the fiery pooch was approached by the bear and reacted in a startling frenzy as soon as it sensed danger. The dog - chained up to stop it escaping - was owned by a local breeder who claims his dogs, used to pull sleds, are the strongest in the world. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1008.01/Credit:ALBERTO PANIZZA/CATERS/SIPA/1411211037
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    Canada Guard dog vs Polar Bear
    11/21/2014
    ALBERTO PANIZZA/CATERS/SIPA
    **** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ALBERTO PANIZZA/ CATERS NEWS **** - (PICTURED: The dog warning the Polar Bear off) - This is the moment a brave guard dog took on a giant polar bear - and WON. The determined mutt fiercely stood tall when the giant bear approached, forcing it to retreat and trudge into the distance. Keen photographer Alberto Panizza, 39, captured the incredible moment while visiting Churchill in Manitoba, Canada, earlier this month. The snapper revealed the fiery pooch was approached by the bear and reacted in a startling frenzy as soon as it sensed danger. The dog - chained up to stop it escaping - was owned by a local breeder who claims his dogs, used to pull sleds, are the strongest in the world. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1008.01/Credit:ALBERTO PANIZZA/CATERS/SIPA/1411211037

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  • Situ Gunung Lakes A fisherman throws his huge mesh
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    Situ Gunung Lakes A fisherman throws his huge mesh 11/21/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A fisherman throws his huge mesh net over an expanse of water which stretches calmly out in front of him. Standing on a thin wooden raft, the man skillfully lands the net four metres ahead in the hope of catching valuable cat and tilapia fish.In the early hours of the morning, anywhere between five to ten, local fishermen will flock to the Situ Gunung Lakes in Sukabumi West Java, Indonesia. Pictured: The fisherman throws the net./SOLENTNEWS_091601/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411210919
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    Situ Gunung Lakes A fisherman throws his huge mesh
    11/21/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A fisherman throws his huge mesh net over an expanse of water which stretches calmly out in front of him. Standing on a thin wooden raft, the man skillfully lands the net four metres ahead in the hope of catching valuable cat and tilapia fish.In the early hours of the morning, anywhere between five to ten, local fishermen will flock to the Situ Gunung Lakes in Sukabumi West Java, Indonesia. Pictured: The fisherman throws the net./SOLENTNEWS_091601/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411210919

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  • The launch of the Magical Kingdom in Hyde Park, London.
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    The launch of the Magical Kingdom in Hyde Park, London. 11/21/2014 MIKAEL BUCK/THE TIMES/SIPA Isabella Hope and Ida Bergsmeds at the launch of the Magical Kingdom, part of Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London./THETIMES_085901/Credit:MIKAEL BUCK/THE TIMES/SIPA/1411210903
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    The launch of the Magical Kingdom in Hyde Park, London.
    11/21/2014
    MIKAEL BUCK/THE TIMES/SIPA
    Isabella Hope and Ida Bergsmeds at the launch of the Magical Kingdom, part of Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London./THETIMES_085901/Credit:MIKAEL BUCK/THE TIMES/SIPA/1411210903

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  • Quadrofoil is the first electric hydrofoil watercraft, Oct 2014
    REX40343836
    Quadrofoil is the first electric hydrofoil watercraft, Oct 2014 11/20/2014 Quadrofoil/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Quadrofoil /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Quadrofoil speedboat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Quadrofoil/REX (4255394a) Quadrofoil is the first all electric hydrofoil personal watercraft Quadrofoil is the first electric hydrofoil watercraft, Oct 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po7h The innovative Quadrofoil speedboat is an environmentally friendly electric hydrofoil 'sports car' for the water. Quadrofoil is a thrilling, yet quiet and eco-friendly watercraft. Its silent motor and zero emissions enable it to ride on lakes, rivers, seas & eco-zones where most motor boats and PWC's are not allowed. /Rex_Quadrofoil_is_the_first_electric_hydrofoil_water_4255394A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Quadrofoil /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Quadrofoil speedboat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201302
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    Quadrofoil is the first electric hydrofoil watercraft, Oct 2014
    11/20/2014
    Quadrofoil/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Quadrofoil /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Quadrofoil speedboat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Quadrofoil/REX (4255394a) Quadrofoil is the first all electric hydrofoil personal watercraft Quadrofoil is the first electric hydrofoil watercraft, Oct 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po7h The innovative Quadrofoil speedboat is an environmentally friendly electric hydrofoil 'sports car' for the water. Quadrofoil is a thrilling, yet quiet and eco-friendly watercraft. Its silent motor and zero emissions enable it to ride on lakes, rivers, seas & eco-zones where most motor boats and PWC's are not allowed. /Rex_Quadrofoil_is_the_first_electric_hydrofoil_water_4255394A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Quadrofoil /Rex Features. Only for use in story about Quadrofoil speedboat. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201302

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  • Poo Pastry
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    Poo Pastry 11/20/2014 TT NEWS AGENCY/SIPA Ritz confectioner’s in Trollhattan, south west of Sweden in cooperation with Trollhattan Energy, has developed a poo cake, on occation of the World Toilet Day which takes place this week. Each sold pastry gives three Swedish crowns to "Toilets Without Borders", which aims to improve the sanitary situation for many people around the world. The "artistic" design is made by pastry chef and owner of the Ritz, Anders Lindholm. The Pastry consists of sponge cake, vanilla ice cream, chocolate mousse, strawberry jam and yellow jelly. Photo: Stefan Bennhage /TTNEWSAGENCY_113501/Credit:TT NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411201138
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    Poo Pastry
    11/20/2014
    TT NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    Ritz confectioner’s in Trollhattan, south west of Sweden in cooperation with Trollhattan Energy, has developed a poo cake, on occation of the World Toilet Day which takes place this week. Each sold pastry gives three Swedish crowns to "Toilets Without Borders", which aims to improve the sanitary situation for many people around the world. The "artistic" design is made by pastry chef and owner of the Ritz, Anders Lindholm. The Pastry consists of sponge cake, vanilla ice cream, chocolate mousse, strawberry jam and yellow jelly. Photo: Stefan Bennhage /TTNEWSAGENCY_113501/Credit:TT NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411201138

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  • Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge, London, Britain, Oct 2013
    REX40343816
    Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge, London, Britain, Oct 2013 11/20/2014 Arup/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Arup/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Arup/REX (4255287a) Arup's plans for London Garden Bridge Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge, London, Britain, Oct 2013 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po4p Thomas Heatherwick is working with Arup to develop plans for a new 'Garden Bridge' across the River Thames for Transport for London. The proposal for the 360 metre pedestrian bridge draws on London's green heritage. /Rex_Arup_plans_for_London_Garden_Bridge_4255287A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Arup/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201116
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    Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge, London, Britain, Oct 2013
    11/20/2014
    Arup/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Arup/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Arup/REX (4255287a) Arup's plans for London Garden Bridge Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge, London, Britain, Oct 2013 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po4p Thomas Heatherwick is working with Arup to develop plans for a new 'Garden Bridge' across the River Thames for Transport for London. The proposal for the 360 metre pedestrian bridge draws on London's green heritage. /Rex_Arup_plans_for_London_Garden_Bridge_4255287A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Arup/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Arup and Thomas Heatherwick plans for London Garden Bridge. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201116

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  • Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper, Australia - Nov 2014
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    Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper, Australia - Nov 2014 11/20/2014 Scott Loxley/REX/REX/SIPA MUST CREDIT: Scott Loxley/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Scott Loxley/REX (4255078o) Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper, Australia - Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po3n He may be dressed as a 'baddie' Stormtrooper, but Scott Loxley's mission is nothing but noble as he attempts to walk around Australia in the outfit. The 47-year-old left his home in Greensborough, Victoria, in October last year and hopes to finish his 15,000km trek in Springtime 2015. Scott, a newly married father-of-three, has embarked on the trip in aid of Melbourne's Monash Children's Hospital. /Rex_Scott_Loxley_walking_around_Australia_dressed_as_4255078O/MUST CREDIT: Scott Loxley/Rex Features/1411201046
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    Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper, Australia - Nov 2014
    11/20/2014
    Scott Loxley/REX/REX/SIPA
    MUST CREDIT: Scott Loxley/Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by Scott Loxley/REX (4255078o) Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper Scott Loxley walking around Australia dressed as Stormtrooper, Australia - Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po3n He may be dressed as a 'baddie' Stormtrooper, but Scott Loxley's mission is nothing but noble as he attempts to walk around Australia in the outfit. The 47-year-old left his home in Greensborough, Victoria, in October last year and hopes to finish his 15,000km trek in Springtime 2015. Scott, a newly married father-of-three, has embarked on the trip in aid of Melbourne's Monash Children's Hospital. /Rex_Scott_Loxley_walking_around_Australia_dressed_as_4255078O/MUST CREDIT: Scott Loxley/Rex Features/1411201046

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  • American Eagle Design Christmas Clothing For Dogs, Nov 2014
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    American Eagle Design Christmas Clothing For Dogs, Nov 2014 11/20/2014 American Eagle Outfitte/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: American Eagle Outfitters/Rex Features. Only for use in story about American Eagle Outfitters collection for dogs. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by American Eagle Outfitters/REX (4255037f) American Beagle Outfitters puffer jacket American Eagle Design Christmas Clothing For Dogs, Nov 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po1q American Eagle Outfitters explained that they received an overwhelming response to the canine clothing, they decided to bring the limited edition American Beagle Outfitters to life for the holiday season this winter. The new line features an array of co-ordinating coats, jumpers and hats for American Eagle Outfitter shoppers and their dogs. /Rex_American_Eagle_Design_Christmas_Clothing_For_Dog_4255037F/MANDATORY CREDIT: American Eagle Outfitters/Rex Features. Only for use in story about American Eagle Outfitters collection for dogs. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201010
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    American Eagle Design Christmas Clothing For Dogs, Nov 2014
    11/20/2014
    American Eagle Outfitte/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: American Eagle Outfitters/Rex Features. Only for use in story about American Eagle Outfitters collection for dogs. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by American Eagle Outfitters/REX (4255037f) American Beagle Outfitters puffer jacket American Eagle Design Christmas Clothing For Dogs, Nov 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/po1q American Eagle Outfitters explained that they received an overwhelming response to the canine clothing, they decided to bring the limited edition American Beagle Outfitters to life for the holiday season this winter. The new line features an array of co-ordinating coats, jumpers and hats for American Eagle Outfitter shoppers and their dogs. /Rex_American_Eagle_Design_Christmas_Clothing_For_Dog_4255037F/MANDATORY CREDIT: American Eagle Outfitters/Rex Features. Only for use in story about American Eagle Outfitters collection for dogs. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411201010

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  • London Ripley's Believe It Or Not 2015 Annual Launch
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    London Ripley's Believe It Or Not 2015 Annual Launch 11/20/2014 Zak Hussein/SIPA Ayanna Williams displaying her 23 inch nails and Britain's most tattooed man who has changed his name to King of Ink Land, Body Art The Extreme Ink-Ite at the launch of Ripley's Believe It Or Not 2015 Annual in London on November 19, 2014/HUSSEINZAK_075701/Credit:Zak Hussein/SIPA/1411200804
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    London Ripley's Believe It Or Not 2015 Annual Launch
    11/20/2014
    Zak Hussein/SIPA
    Ayanna Williams displaying her 23 inch nails and Britain's most tattooed man who has changed his name to King of Ink Land, Body Art The Extreme Ink-Ite at the launch of Ripley's Believe It Or Not 2015 Annual in London on November 19, 2014/HUSSEINZAK_075701/Credit:Zak Hussein/SIPA/1411200804

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  • 50ft Kayak Drop
    00698318
    50ft Kayak Drop 11/19/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Marcelo Galizio taking on the massive drop) - This is the breath-taking moment a daredevil kayaker plunged 50ft down a turbulent waterfall. Thrill-seeker, Marcelo Galizio, 27, used his paddle to launch himself from the peak of the fast flowing waterfall in Michigan, USA. The professional kayaker, from Brazil, managed to snap the heart-stopping moment on his GoPro camera before plummeting into the violent murky waters below. The death-defying drop, at Tahquamenon Falls State Park in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, was also captured by Megan Rappa, an extreme sports photographer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The waterfall, which has a drop of 50ft and is more than 200 feet wide, is the second largest fall east of the Mississippi river and is Marcelos biggest ever free fall descent. Adrenaline junkie Marcelo, who took up the sport in 2007, has kayaked over 100 waterfalls around the world in places such as the River Futa, in Chile, and the Escondido River, in Nicaragua. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_184701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191849
    00698318
    50ft Kayak Drop
    11/19/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Marcelo Galizio taking on the massive drop) - This is the breath-taking moment a daredevil kayaker plunged 50ft down a turbulent waterfall. Thrill-seeker, Marcelo Galizio, 27, used his paddle to launch himself from the peak of the fast flowing waterfall in Michigan, USA. The professional kayaker, from Brazil, managed to snap the heart-stopping moment on his GoPro camera before plummeting into the violent murky waters below. The death-defying drop, at Tahquamenon Falls State Park in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, was also captured by Megan Rappa, an extreme sports photographer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The waterfall, which has a drop of 50ft and is more than 200 feet wide, is the second largest fall east of the Mississippi river and is Marcelos biggest ever free fall descent. Adrenaline junkie Marcelo, who took up the sport in 2007, has kayaked over 100 waterfalls around the world in places such as the River Futa, in Chile, and the Escondido River, in Nicaragua. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_184701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191849

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  • Terrapin Escapes Croc
    00698317
    Terrapin Escapes Croc 11/19/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED The terrapin looking a little shell shocked after its terrifying ordeal) A terrapin was seen looking a little shell shocked after nearly being swallowed whole by a crocodile. Pictured being tossed high into the air by the huge monster, the critter looked sure to become lunch. But luckily for the terrified turtle, it seems the crocs eyes were bigger than its belly as the creature was slightly too big to be eaten in one go. Taken at Lake Panic in Kruger National Park, the croc is then seen trying to crush the terrapin between its powerful jaws. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_184001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191843
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    Terrapin Escapes Croc
    11/19/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED The terrapin looking a little shell shocked after its terrifying ordeal) A terrapin was seen looking a little shell shocked after nearly being swallowed whole by a crocodile. Pictured being tossed high into the air by the huge monster, the critter looked sure to become lunch. But luckily for the terrified turtle, it seems the crocs eyes were bigger than its belly as the creature was slightly too big to be eaten in one go. Taken at Lake Panic in Kruger National Park, the croc is then seen trying to crush the terrapin between its powerful jaws. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_184001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191843

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  • Talented Bella Boo
    00698316
    Talented Bella Boo 11/19/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Bella Boo balancing bones ) Is this disciplined dog the next YouTube sensation? Meet Brilliant Bella Boo, the persistent cocker spaniel that NOSE a trick or two. Pictured balancing huge stacks of treats on the bridge of her nose, the defiant dog shows astonishing self-control, barely moving a muscle while she poses for the camera. Where most other canines would make a dogs dinner of the balancing act, Bella, just age two, is able to pull off the incredible trick with zen-like focus. The patient pooch is no one-trick pony though. Having trained her from a young pup, dog lover Victoria Lyons, 14, claims her pet is capable of more than 250 different tricks. Schoolgirl Victoria, who is aiming to become a dog trainer when shes older, spends several hours each day training her pet pooch at her home in La Salle, Illinois, USA./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_182901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191832
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    Talented Bella Boo
    11/19/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Bella Boo balancing bones ) Is this disciplined dog the next YouTube sensation? Meet Brilliant Bella Boo, the persistent cocker spaniel that NOSE a trick or two. Pictured balancing huge stacks of treats on the bridge of her nose, the defiant dog shows astonishing self-control, barely moving a muscle while she poses for the camera. Where most other canines would make a dogs dinner of the balancing act, Bella, just age two, is able to pull off the incredible trick with zen-like focus. The patient pooch is no one-trick pony though. Having trained her from a young pup, dog lover Victoria Lyons, 14, claims her pet is capable of more than 250 different tricks. Schoolgirl Victoria, who is aiming to become a dog trainer when shes older, spends several hours each day training her pet pooch at her home in La Salle, Illinois, USA./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_182901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191832

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  • 'Ripleys Believe it or not! 2015' book launch, London, Britain - 19 Nov 2014
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    'Ripleys Believe it or not! 2015' book launch, London, Britain - 19 Nov 2014 11/19/2014 Jacob Rawlings/Cartel/R/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jacob Rawlings/Cartel/REX (4255057g) Ayanna Williams, with 23 Inch long fingernails at the launch of Ripleys Believe it or not!2015 book 'Ripleys Believe it or not! 2015' book launch, London, Britain - 19 Nov 2014 /Rex_Ripleys_Believe_it_or_not_2015_book_launch_4255057G//1411191709
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    'Ripleys Believe it or not! 2015' book launch, London, Britain - 19 Nov 2014
    11/19/2014
    Jacob Rawlings/Cartel/R/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jacob Rawlings/Cartel/REX (4255057g) Ayanna Williams, with 23 Inch long fingernails at the launch of Ripleys Believe it or not!2015 book 'Ripleys Believe it or not! 2015' book launch, London, Britain - 19 Nov 2014 /Rex_Ripleys_Believe_it_or_not_2015_book_launch_4255057G//1411191709

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  • Naked Climber
    00698283
    Naked Climber 11/19/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Sam the naked climber ) - A photographer captured the hilarious moments his friend climbed up a freezing canyon NAKED. Dressed in only an orange torch helmet and climbing boots, Sam scales the sheer frozen canyon face. The freezing temperatures have visibly taken a toll on Sams legs as they turn a deep purple from the cold. The nude climber was photographer by his friend Ian MacLellan in a drainage ditch near Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_151001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191516
    00698283
    Naked Climber
    11/19/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Sam the naked climber ) - A photographer captured the hilarious moments his friend climbed up a freezing canyon NAKED. Dressed in only an orange torch helmet and climbing boots, Sam scales the sheer frozen canyon face. The freezing temperatures have visibly taken a toll on Sams legs as they turn a deep purple from the cold. The nude climber was photographer by his friend Ian MacLellan in a drainage ditch near Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_151001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411191516

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  • Surfing Penguins
    00698279
    Surfing Penguins 11/19/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA These surfing penguins are making waves as they glide gracefully across the ocean.They are showcasing their talent as they arrive on the East Coast beach of New Island in the Falklands.The penguins are of the gentoo species, characterised by their bright orange bills and the distinctive white stripes on their heads.The dazzling images were captured by amateur photographer Shanu Subra, during a 26 day ecology expedition. Pictured: A lone penguin balancing cooly on a single foot as it catches a wave./SOLENTNEWS_140201/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411191417
    00698279
    Surfing Penguins
    11/19/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    These surfing penguins are making waves as they glide gracefully across the ocean.They are showcasing their talent as they arrive on the East Coast beach of New Island in the Falklands.The penguins are of the gentoo species, characterised by their bright orange bills and the distinctive white stripes on their heads.The dazzling images were captured by amateur photographer Shanu Subra, during a 26 day ecology expedition. Pictured: A lone penguin balancing cooly on a single foot as it catches a wave./SOLENTNEWS_140201/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411191417

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  • Mistletoe Drone.
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    Mistletoe Drone. 11/19/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A restaurant today encouraged diners to get in the festive spirit by launching the country's first mistletoe drone. The unique drone - which can travel up to 35mph - hovered above customers in a bid to spark some romance as they ate at TGI Friday's.Couples put their cutlery down to kiss each other as it flew 8ft above tables at the Manchester Royal Exchange restaurant. The drone was created after research by TGI Friday's revealed half of us (47 per cent) have never kissed under mistletoe. Pictured: The drone with mistletoe./SOLENTNEWS_135701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411191417
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    Mistletoe Drone.
    11/19/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A restaurant today encouraged diners to get in the festive spirit by launching the country's first mistletoe drone. The unique drone - which can travel up to 35mph - hovered above customers in a bid to spark some romance as they ate at TGI Friday's.Couples put their cutlery down to kiss each other as it flew 8ft above tables at the Manchester Royal Exchange restaurant. The drone was created after research by TGI Friday's revealed half of us (47 per cent) have never kissed under mistletoe. Pictured: The drone with mistletoe./SOLENTNEWS_135701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411191417

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  • Insects Details
    00698277
    Insects Details 11/19/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA A group of tiny insects show off their intricate detail and radiant colours in a spectacular set of photographs. Their bulging eyes and miniscule hairs can be seen clearly as they stare into the camera lens - which is just 2cm away.The creepy crawlies, including a longhorn beetle, orange spider wasp, soldier fly, dragonfly and gold ant, can be seen in the incredible pictures. The photos, taken in the home of photographer Yudy Sauw, who lives in Tangerang, Indonesia. show what they would look like zoomed in ten times. Pictured: One of the insects in amazing detail, a soldier fly./SOLENTNEWS_135101/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA/1411191417
    00698277
    Insects Details
    11/19/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA
    A group of tiny insects show off their intricate detail and radiant colours in a spectacular set of photographs. Their bulging eyes and miniscule hairs can be seen clearly as they stare into the camera lens - which is just 2cm away.The creepy crawlies, including a longhorn beetle, orange spider wasp, soldier fly, dragonfly and gold ant, can be seen in the incredible pictures. The photos, taken in the home of photographer Yudy Sauw, who lives in Tangerang, Indonesia. show what they would look like zoomed in ten times. Pictured: One of the insects in amazing detail, a soldier fly./SOLENTNEWS_135101/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA/1411191417

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  • NY Worlds biggest billboard
    00698246
    NY Worlds biggest billboard 11/19/2014 LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS /SIPA PIC BY LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS NEWS - (WORLDS HIGHEST RESOLUTION VIDEO DISPLAY SCREEN OF ITS SIZE IN TIMES SQUARE DURING SWITCH ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18) - Times Square in New York has been illuminated by the worlds highest resolution video display screen of its size. The screen, nearly as big as a football pitch, was turned on Tuesday evening. The panel, located on the side of a hotel, is eight stories tall and intended for advertisements similar to those on other screens lining the bustling Crossroads of the World. As the highest resolution LED video display in the world of this size, Clear Channel Spectacolor, which sells advertising for the space, revealed it produces deep, rich black levels and unsurpassed vertical viewing angles. The 24-million-pixel display, which measures more than 25,000 square feet (2,320 square meters), will feature digital art by Universal Everything studio until Google takes over with ads on Monday until the new year./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_083501/Credit:LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS /SIPA/1411190843
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    NY Worlds biggest billboard
    11/19/2014
    LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS NEWS - (WORLDS HIGHEST RESOLUTION VIDEO DISPLAY SCREEN OF ITS SIZE IN TIMES SQUARE DURING SWITCH ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18) - Times Square in New York has been illuminated by the worlds highest resolution video display screen of its size. The screen, nearly as big as a football pitch, was turned on Tuesday evening. The panel, located on the side of a hotel, is eight stories tall and intended for advertisements similar to those on other screens lining the bustling Crossroads of the World. As the highest resolution LED video display in the world of this size, Clear Channel Spectacolor, which sells advertising for the space, revealed it produces deep, rich black levels and unsurpassed vertical viewing angles. The 24-million-pixel display, which measures more than 25,000 square feet (2,320 square meters), will feature digital art by Universal Everything studio until Google takes over with ads on Monday until the new year./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_083501/Credit:LAUREN CAMPBELL / CATERS /SIPA/1411190843

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  • Lifesize Tyrannosaurus Rex
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    Lifesize Tyrannosaurus Rex 11/19/2014 SIPA **MANDATORY BYLINE - PIC FROM Black Hills Institute / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Life size Tyrannosaurus Rex model standing next to an average height woman ) - A jumbo Tyrannosaurus Rex model measuring 40 FEET and weighing over 100 STONE for sale for 00,000 (64,000). Standing at a whopping 15 feet tall, the life-size silicone reproduction is completed with razor sharp talons and teeth. Included in the huge price tag, is a complimentary assembly crew who customise the dino into any anatomically possible pose. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_083402/Credit:SIPA/1411190843
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    Lifesize Tyrannosaurus Rex
    11/19/2014
    SIPA
    **MANDATORY BYLINE - PIC FROM Black Hills Institute / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Life size Tyrannosaurus Rex model standing next to an average height woman ) - A jumbo Tyrannosaurus Rex model measuring 40 FEET and weighing over 100 STONE for sale for 00,000 (64,000). Standing at a whopping 15 feet tall, the life-size silicone reproduction is completed with razor sharp talons and teeth. Included in the huge price tag, is a complimentary assembly crew who customise the dino into any anatomically possible pose. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_083402/Credit:SIPA/1411190843

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  • Tangled Polar Bear
    00698216
    Tangled Polar Bear 11/18/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED The adorable polar tangled in the rope) This is the hilarious moment a baby polar bear was spotted in a little knot of bother. Pictured rolling around in the snow, the adorable images show the cute cub joyfully tangled in a piece of rope. Spotted on the icy plains of Kaktovik, Alaska, the mischievous mammal began playing with the chord after noticing it floating near the waters edge. Captured chewing and pulling on the rope, the loveable bear spent over half an hour trying to escape from the rope while its mum took a nap nearby. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411181732
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    Tangled Polar Bear
    11/18/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED The adorable polar tangled in the rope) This is the hilarious moment a baby polar bear was spotted in a little knot of bother. Pictured rolling around in the snow, the adorable images show the cute cub joyfully tangled in a piece of rope. Spotted on the icy plains of Kaktovik, Alaska, the mischievous mammal began playing with the chord after noticing it floating near the waters edge. Captured chewing and pulling on the rope, the loveable bear spent over half an hour trying to escape from the rope while its mum took a nap nearby. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411181732

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  • Norway : Northern Light in Tromso
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    Norway : Northern Light in Tromso 11/18/2014 RUELLEUX-DAGORNE ELODIE/SIPA Level 6 Northern lights pictures taken in Kvaloya, near Tromso. Kvaloya Island, Tromso, Northern Norway. November 8, 2014/Credit:RUELLEUX-DAGORNE ELODIE/SIPA/1411181637
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    Norway : Northern Light in Tromso
    11/18/2014
    RUELLEUX-DAGORNE ELODIE/SIPA
    Level 6 Northern lights pictures taken in Kvaloya, near Tromso. Kvaloya Island, Tromso, Northern Norway. November 8, 2014/Credit:RUELLEUX-DAGORNE ELODIE/SIPA/1411181637

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  • Bleen hologram viewer - Nov 2014
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    Bleen hologram viewer - Nov 2014 11/18/2014 Bleen/REX/REX/SIPA CREDIT: Bleen/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bleen/REX (4245655a) Concept image showing the Bleen hologram viewer used for fashion Bleen hologram viewer - Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pnr2 A company claim they will soon make Star Wars-style hologram viewers a reality. San Francisco-based Bleen Inc. say they have collaborated with "leading eastern European scientists" to launch Bleen, a breakthrough technology that re-imagines the holographic projection system of tomorrow. Calling it "3D without glasses", Bleen suggest the system could have uses including as a TV, a design aid, a games machine, an exercise tool, or for presentations. Bleen Inc. CEO Bogdan Shevchuk explains: "We recognise that we've taken on a great challenge, trying to develop one of the most desired technologies. Our ultimate goal is to bring a real consumer product to the market that enables everyone to watch 3D content in spatial quality." They are hoping to raise $225,000 to finalise development. A promotional video shows the concept although does not show a working prototype of the space age innovation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slRvx08S3Jc /Rex_Bleen_hologram_viewer_4245655A/CREDIT: Bleen/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission/1411181128
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    Bleen hologram viewer - Nov 2014
    11/18/2014
    Bleen/REX/REX/SIPA
    CREDIT: Bleen/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bleen/REX (4245655a) Concept image showing the Bleen hologram viewer used for fashion Bleen hologram viewer - Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pnr2 A company claim they will soon make Star Wars-style hologram viewers a reality. San Francisco-based Bleen Inc. say they have collaborated with "leading eastern European scientists" to launch Bleen, a breakthrough technology that re-imagines the holographic projection system of tomorrow. Calling it "3D without glasses", Bleen suggest the system could have uses including as a TV, a design aid, a games machine, an exercise tool, or for presentations. Bleen Inc. CEO Bogdan Shevchuk explains: "We recognise that we've taken on a great challenge, trying to develop one of the most desired technologies. Our ultimate goal is to bring a real consumer product to the market that enables everyone to watch 3D content in spatial quality." They are hoping to raise $225,000 to finalise development. A promotional video shows the concept although does not show a working prototype of the space age innovation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slRvx08S3Jc /Rex_Bleen_hologram_viewer_4245655A/CREDIT: Bleen/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No advertising, merchandising or books without photographer's permission/1411181128

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  • Hong Kong Extreme Selfies
    00698157
    Hong Kong Extreme Selfies 11/17/2014 ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS/SIPA PIC BY ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Alexander Remon (Green Tshirt) Danila (Sunglasses) and Eric (pink and white T-shirt) take a selfie at the top of The Centre Tower, Hong Kong, China) These breath-taking images taken from the top of skyscrapers are wrong on so many levels. Captured using a specially adapted selfie stick, the sweat inducing images show the lengths some people will go to for the most extreme self portrait. Pictured at heights over 360 metres in the air, the nerve shredding photographs show the group of photographers dangling by one hand and even tip-toeing across tiny ledges. Seemingly unfazed by the dazzling heights, the barmy bunch ventured around the city of Hong Kong in search of any building that caught their eye. SEE CATERS COPY **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND**/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_175001/Credit:ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS/SIPA/1411171756
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    Hong Kong Extreme Selfies
    11/17/2014
    ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Alexander Remon (Green Tshirt) Danila (Sunglasses) and Eric (pink and white T-shirt) take a selfie at the top of The Centre Tower, Hong Kong, China) These breath-taking images taken from the top of skyscrapers are wrong on so many levels. Captured using a specially adapted selfie stick, the sweat inducing images show the lengths some people will go to for the most extreme self portrait. Pictured at heights over 360 metres in the air, the nerve shredding photographs show the group of photographers dangling by one hand and even tip-toeing across tiny ledges. Seemingly unfazed by the dazzling heights, the barmy bunch ventured around the city of Hong Kong in search of any building that caught their eye. SEE CATERS COPY **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND**/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_175001/Credit:ALEXANDER REMNOV / CATERS/SIPA/1411171756

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  • Usa fearless daredevils edging across a highline in the skies of the mountainous Washington Cascades
    00698152
    Usa fearless daredevils edging across a highline in the skies of the mountainous Washington Cascades 11/17/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ben Plotkin-Swing slacklining in Ulaanbaata) - These breath-taking images show fearless daredevils edging across a highline in the skies of the mountainous Washington Cascades. Precariously balanced in death-defying positions, slackliners Carl Marrs, 23, and Ben Plotkin-Swing, 28, have little more than a safety rope to keep them from falling to their demise. Pictured 650 feet above ground, the breathtaking images were taken by daring photographer Krystle Wright, 27. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411171703
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    Usa fearless daredevils edging across a highline in the skies of the mountainous Washington Cascades
    11/17/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ben Plotkin-Swing slacklining in Ulaanbaata) - These breath-taking images show fearless daredevils edging across a highline in the skies of the mountainous Washington Cascades. Precariously balanced in death-defying positions, slackliners Carl Marrs, 23, and Ben Plotkin-Swing, 28, have little more than a safety rope to keep them from falling to their demise. Pictured 650 feet above ground, the breathtaking images were taken by daring photographer Krystle Wright, 27. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411171703

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  • Family but home up for sale to pay for daughter's cancer treatment, Kent, Britain - Nov 2014
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    Family but home up for sale to pay for daughter's cancer treatment, Kent, Britain - Nov 2014 11/17/2014 Jeremy Durkin/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX (4246788i) Frankie-Rose in hospital Family but home up for sale to pay for daughter's cancer treatment, Kent, Britain - Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pnoi A family planning to sell their home to pay for their daughter's cancer treatment no longer have to do so after receiving GBP 176,000 in donations from kind-hearted well-wishers. The Lea family from Kent put their house on the market to raise the GBP 160,000 needed to pay for life saving proton beam therapy in America for their seven-year-old daughter Frankie-Rose, who they feared would not live until Christmas otherwise. However, thanks to donations they have now received enough money to pay for the treatment without needing to sell their home. Sadly, Frankie is now too ill to travel to America but her parents Michelle and Sam have vowed to drive her to a clinic in Germany or Switzerland where she can receive the treatment. Frankie-Rose was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour in August this year after her symptoms were originally dismissed as growing pains. /Rex_House_cancer_4246788I//1411171628
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    Family but home up for sale to pay for daughter's cancer treatment, Kent, Britain - Nov 2014
    11/17/2014
    Jeremy Durkin/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX (4246788i) Frankie-Rose in hospital Family but home up for sale to pay for daughter's cancer treatment, Kent, Britain - Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pnoi A family planning to sell their home to pay for their daughter's cancer treatment no longer have to do so after receiving GBP 176,000 in donations from kind-hearted well-wishers. The Lea family from Kent put their house on the market to raise the GBP 160,000 needed to pay for life saving proton beam therapy in America for their seven-year-old daughter Frankie-Rose, who they feared would not live until Christmas otherwise. However, thanks to donations they have now received enough money to pay for the treatment without needing to sell their home. Sadly, Frankie is now too ill to travel to America but her parents Michelle and Sam have vowed to drive her to a clinic in Germany or Switzerland where she can receive the treatment. Frankie-Rose was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour in August this year after her symptoms were originally dismissed as growing pains. /Rex_House_cancer_4246788I//1411171628

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  • Britains Best Beard
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    Britains Best Beard 11/17/2014 DAN ROWLANDS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY DAN ROWLANDS / MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: MICHAEL LEGGE CAN PUT HIS BEARD ALL THE WAY OVER HIS HEAD TO MAKE A FAKE FACE) This is the guy who has the longest beard in Britain. Hairy Michael Legge, 29, has been growing his impressive TWO FOOT long whiskers for the past FOUR years. The dad-of-two has beaten off stick competition from other beard lovers to win several facial hair awards. Michael, who lives in Rotherham with wife Toni, 24, said: Ive entered twelve competitions and come first in ten of them. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161501/Credit:DAN ROWLANDS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411171623
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    Britains Best Beard
    11/17/2014
    DAN ROWLANDS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY DAN ROWLANDS / MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: MICHAEL LEGGE CAN PUT HIS BEARD ALL THE WAY OVER HIS HEAD TO MAKE A FAKE FACE) This is the guy who has the longest beard in Britain. Hairy Michael Legge, 29, has been growing his impressive TWO FOOT long whiskers for the past FOUR years. The dad-of-two has beaten off stick competition from other beard lovers to win several facial hair awards. Michael, who lives in Rotherham with wife Toni, 24, said: Ive entered twelve competitions and come first in ten of them. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161501/Credit:DAN ROWLANDS/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411171623

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  • Face Appears in Northern Light
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    Face Appears in Northern Light 11/15/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: A FACE APPEARED IN THE AURORA LIGHTS IN HALI, ICELAND) This rare aurora looks just like the Northern FRIGHTS as a spooky face was caught on camera looming ominously in the sky. The unusual sight was photographed by Tom Mackie during a trip to Iceland in this year. The bizarre vision - which also appears to resemble the iconic Christmas Scrooge The Grinch - hovers with a weird green-red glow in the night sky. Below the frightening spectre a small isolated clutch of buildings can be seen as if caught in the creatures gaze./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121301/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225
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    Face Appears in Northern Light
    11/15/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: A FACE APPEARED IN THE AURORA LIGHTS IN HALI, ICELAND) This rare aurora looks just like the Northern FRIGHTS as a spooky face was caught on camera looming ominously in the sky. The unusual sight was photographed by Tom Mackie during a trip to Iceland in this year. The bizarre vision - which also appears to resemble the iconic Christmas Scrooge The Grinch - hovers with a weird green-red glow in the night sky. Below the frightening spectre a small isolated clutch of buildings can be seen as if caught in the creatures gaze./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121301/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225

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  • Jumbo Jet Hotel
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    Jumbo Jet Hotel 11/15/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: A TWIN BEDROOM WITH A VIEW) High-flying couples can join the mile high club without ever leaving the runway in this luxury hotel built inside a PLANE. Romantics can enjoy a unique runway stay at the Jumbo Stay Hostel, Stockholm, Sweden, and get the chance to play pilot and stewardess from the cockpit suite. The converted Boeing 747-212B aircraft boasts 27 rooms and is currently located on the tarmac of Stockholms Arlanda airport. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225
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    Jumbo Jet Hotel
    11/15/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: A TWIN BEDROOM WITH A VIEW) High-flying couples can join the mile high club without ever leaving the runway in this luxury hotel built inside a PLANE. Romantics can enjoy a unique runway stay at the Jumbo Stay Hostel, Stockholm, Sweden, and get the chance to play pilot and stewardess from the cockpit suite. The converted Boeing 747-212B aircraft boasts 27 rooms and is currently located on the tarmac of Stockholms Arlanda airport. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225

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  • Tornado of fish
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    Tornado of fish 11/15/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The school of Big-eye trevally fish) - It looks like an underwater tornado - but a diver was actually stuck in the middle of a huge school of FISH. The fish swarmed around Mika Woyda in their thousands as she swam off the coast of Cabo Pulmo, Mexico. Her husband Caine Delacy snapped the breath-taking images of Mika in scenes he revealed he had never witnessed in 20 years of diving. Before entering the water the couple, who live in Boulder, Colorado, USA, had some shots in mind but never imagined what they would capture. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225
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    Tornado of fish
    11/15/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The school of Big-eye trevally fish) - It looks like an underwater tornado - but a diver was actually stuck in the middle of a huge school of FISH. The fish swarmed around Mika Woyda in their thousands as she swam off the coast of Cabo Pulmo, Mexico. Her husband Caine Delacy snapped the breath-taking images of Mika in scenes he revealed he had never witnessed in 20 years of diving. Before entering the water the couple, who live in Boulder, Colorado, USA, had some shots in mind but never imagined what they would capture. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151225

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  • Solar Powered Bicycle Path
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    Solar Powered Bicycle Path 11/15/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED The incredible solar powered bicycle path) We all know that cycling in the dark is no easy task but an artist may have made it that bit safer after creating the worlds first solar powered cycle path. Scattered with thousands of twinkling green stones, the impressive pathway allows would be cyclists to see where they are going no matter how little light there might be. Created by glow-in-the-dark guru, Daan Roosegaarde, the magical effect is created by combining paint with a photo-luminising powder that charges during the day to then later illuminate the route for up eight hours at night. The pioneering technology was recently used on a Dutch highway using straight, glowing lines to light the way for drivers. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120501/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151220
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    Solar Powered Bicycle Path
    11/15/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED The incredible solar powered bicycle path) We all know that cycling in the dark is no easy task but an artist may have made it that bit safer after creating the worlds first solar powered cycle path. Scattered with thousands of twinkling green stones, the impressive pathway allows would be cyclists to see where they are going no matter how little light there might be. Created by glow-in-the-dark guru, Daan Roosegaarde, the magical effect is created by combining paint with a photo-luminising powder that charges during the day to then later illuminate the route for up eight hours at night. The pioneering technology was recently used on a Dutch highway using straight, glowing lines to light the way for drivers. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_120501/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411151220

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  • 'LittleBig Bike'
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    'LittleBig Bike' 11/15/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA An engineer has created the a revolutionary bike for children learning to ride - which actually grows with them. Parents can extend the 'LittleBig Bike' so it will typically fit youngsters for five years, during which time they would usually outgrow three bicycles Aimed specifically at children from the age of two through to seven, it has three different adjustable sizes, wuth the bike getting longer and taller. Handlebar height, saddle height and even the frame are all highly adjustable and can be changed so the bike fits the child perfectly.Pictured: The Little Big Bike exstended out by rotating the frame and lengthening it out and adding pedals and chain/SOLENTNEWS_115301/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202
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    'LittleBig Bike'
    11/15/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    An engineer has created the a revolutionary bike for children learning to ride - which actually grows with them. Parents can extend the 'LittleBig Bike' so it will typically fit youngsters for five years, during which time they would usually outgrow three bicycles Aimed specifically at children from the age of two through to seven, it has three different adjustable sizes, wuth the bike getting longer and taller. Handlebar height, saddle height and even the frame are all highly adjustable and can be changed so the bike fits the child perfectly.Pictured: The Little Big Bike exstended out by rotating the frame and lengthening it out and adding pedals and chain/SOLENTNEWS_115301/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202

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  • Remote controlled trolley
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    Remote controlled trolley 11/15/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Golfers tired of carrying heavy bags full of clubs can now effortlessly walk around the course - by using a revolutionary remote controlled trolley. The unique motorised trolley, called The MGI Navigator Quad Gyro, now means golfers do not have to lug heavy bags full of clubs around 18 holes.Instead, they can simply use the small remote to control the buggy in any direction - forward, left, right and reverse - while also changing speed. Unlike any other remote controlled buggy, it has two swivelling front wheels with suspension, allowing it to turn 360 degrees on one wheel.Pictured: The MGI Navigator Quad Gyro/SOLENTNEWS_115201/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202
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    Remote controlled trolley
    11/15/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Golfers tired of carrying heavy bags full of clubs can now effortlessly walk around the course - by using a revolutionary remote controlled trolley. The unique motorised trolley, called The MGI Navigator Quad Gyro, now means golfers do not have to lug heavy bags full of clubs around 18 holes.Instead, they can simply use the small remote to control the buggy in any direction - forward, left, right and reverse - while also changing speed. Unlike any other remote controlled buggy, it has two swivelling front wheels with suspension, allowing it to turn 360 degrees on one wheel.Pictured: The MGI Navigator Quad Gyro/SOLENTNEWS_115201/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202

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  • Acrobatics Ants
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    Acrobatics Ants 11/15/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A colony of ants look like they have struck gold as they work together to try to move a giant ball along a thin branch. But what appears to be a priceless nugget is actually a delicatedroplet of water, equally priceless in the insect world. As many as two dozen ants gather on the branch in a bid to carry the droplet back to their nest. The Weaver ants even bundled on top of one another so that they could pass the droplet along. Pictured: The ants with the golden droplets of water. /SOLENTNEWS_115701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202
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    Acrobatics Ants
    11/15/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A colony of ants look like they have struck gold as they work together to try to move a giant ball along a thin branch. But what appears to be a priceless nugget is actually a delicatedroplet of water, equally priceless in the insect world. As many as two dozen ants gather on the branch in a bid to carry the droplet back to their nest. The Weaver ants even bundled on top of one another so that they could pass the droplet along. Pictured: The ants with the golden droplets of water. /SOLENTNEWS_115701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411151202

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  • Playful fly causes mischief by climbing all over a peaceful lizard
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    Playful fly causes mischief by climbing all over a peaceful lizard 11/14/2014 Hendy Mp/Solent News/SIPA A playful fly causes mischief by climbing all over a peaceful lizard whilst it relaxes on a branch. The confident little robber fly had no problems walking straight up to the green crested lizard and taking a big step onto his head. Unfortunately for the green lizard his peace and quiet on the branch was disturbed whilst his uninvited guest roamed around on top of it. The fly even stands proudly on top of the lizard's head and pulls its mouth wide open.These spectacular pictures were taken by photographer Hendy Mp, near his home in Sambas, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pictured: The fly and the lizard./SOLENTNEWS_122801/Credit:Hendy Mp/Solent News/SIPA/1411141236
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    Playful fly causes mischief by climbing all over a peaceful lizard
    11/14/2014
    Hendy Mp/Solent News/SIPA
    A playful fly causes mischief by climbing all over a peaceful lizard whilst it relaxes on a branch. The confident little robber fly had no problems walking straight up to the green crested lizard and taking a big step onto his head. Unfortunately for the green lizard his peace and quiet on the branch was disturbed whilst his uninvited guest roamed around on top of it. The fly even stands proudly on top of the lizard's head and pulls its mouth wide open.These spectacular pictures were taken by photographer Hendy Mp, near his home in Sambas, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pictured: The fly and the lizard./SOLENTNEWS_122801/Credit:Hendy Mp/Solent News/SIPA/1411141236

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  • Londres World's tallest man meets world's shortest man
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    Londres World's tallest man meets world's shortest man 11/14/2014 Peter Jordan/THE SUN/SIPA World's tallest man, Sultan Kosen, meets world's shortest man, Chandra Dangi. Picture shows: Sultan and Chandra at a phone box in Parliament Square in London. Credit: The Sun / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THESUN_115601/Credit:Peter Jordan/THE SUN/SIPA/1411141205
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    Londres World's tallest man meets world's shortest man
    11/14/2014
    Peter Jordan/THE SUN/SIPA
    World's tallest man, Sultan Kosen, meets world's shortest man, Chandra Dangi. Picture shows: Sultan and Chandra at a phone box in Parliament Square in London. Credit: The Sun / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THESUN_115601/Credit:Peter Jordan/THE SUN/SIPA/1411141205

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  • Bodybuilding Mum
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    Bodybuilding Mum 11/13/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jenna Thompson pregnant with Emilia) - A stunning mum who survived a horror birth has defied doctors by making a miraculous return to BODYBUILDING. Jenna Thompson, 33, from Essex, lost three pints of blood and suffered severe internal damage when she gave birth to Emilia, now 14-months-old. Super-fit Jenna was devastated when doctors told her shed never compete in bodybuilding due to the damage she had suffered. But the defiant mum-of-one had trained throughout her pregnancy to maintain her muscles and refused to give up on her dream. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_190701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411131914
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    Bodybuilding Mum
    11/13/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jenna Thompson pregnant with Emilia) - A stunning mum who survived a horror birth has defied doctors by making a miraculous return to BODYBUILDING. Jenna Thompson, 33, from Essex, lost three pints of blood and suffered severe internal damage when she gave birth to Emilia, now 14-months-old. Super-fit Jenna was devastated when doctors told her shed never compete in bodybuilding due to the damage she had suffered. But the defiant mum-of-one had trained throughout her pregnancy to maintain her muscles and refused to give up on her dream. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_190701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411131914

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  • Child Genius Ayan Qureshi
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    Child Genius Ayan Qureshi 11/13/2014 MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ayan Qureshi surrounded by computers ) - A computer genius has become the worlds youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at just FIVE YEARS OLD. Gifted Ayan Qureshi now six passed the exam when he was five years and 11 months old, smashing the previous record of six and a half. The test is normally taken by adults after the graduate from university, and invigilators were so shocked at Ayans age they initially stopped him from sitting the exam. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_175201/Credit:MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411131759
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    Child Genius Ayan Qureshi
    11/13/2014
    MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Ayan Qureshi surrounded by computers ) - A computer genius has become the worlds youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at just FIVE YEARS OLD. Gifted Ayan Qureshi now six passed the exam when he was five years and 11 months old, smashing the previous record of six and a half. The test is normally taken by adults after the graduate from university, and invigilators were so shocked at Ayans age they initially stopped him from sitting the exam. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_175201/Credit:MIKE JONES / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411131759

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  • Jaguar attacking a Yacare Caiman in the Piquiri River, Pantanal, Brazil - 12 Oct 2014
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    Jaguar attacking a Yacare Caiman in the Piquiri River, Pantanal, Brazil - 12 Oct 2014 11/13/2014 Chris Brunskill Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Chris Brunskill Ltd/REX (4242191b) Jaguar attacking a caiman Jaguar attacking a Yacare Caiman in the Piquiri River, Pantanal, Brazil - 12 Oct 2014 This is the moment a starving jaguar desperately took on a caiman. Photographer Chris Brunskill captured the moment the elderly female jaguar attacked the reptile on its home turf in the Piquiri River in Brazil. Launching itself into the water, the big cat clamped its jaws around the caiman and a fast and furious struggle ensued. Ultimately, however, the confrontation ended with the jaguar going hungry as its prey wriggled free. Chris comments: "We found this old female Jaguar who was in very bad condition with several visible wounds on her stomach possibly caused by a fight with another Jaguar. She looked in desperate need of a meal and was actively hunting along the river bank when she grabbed this caiman right in front of my boat. There was a big splash and I took 5 pictures in about half a second before the caiman escaped from her grasp and disappeared from view". /Rex_Jaguar_caiman_4242191B//1411131112
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    Jaguar attacking a Yacare Caiman in the Piquiri River, Pantanal, Brazil - 12 Oct 2014
    11/13/2014
    Chris Brunskill Ltd/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Chris Brunskill Ltd/REX (4242191b) Jaguar attacking a caiman Jaguar attacking a Yacare Caiman in the Piquiri River, Pantanal, Brazil - 12 Oct 2014 This is the moment a starving jaguar desperately took on a caiman. Photographer Chris Brunskill captured the moment the elderly female jaguar attacked the reptile on its home turf in the Piquiri River in Brazil. Launching itself into the water, the big cat clamped its jaws around the caiman and a fast and furious struggle ensued. Ultimately, however, the confrontation ended with the jaguar going hungry as its prey wriggled free. Chris comments: "We found this old female Jaguar who was in very bad condition with several visible wounds on her stomach possibly caused by a fight with another Jaguar. She looked in desperate need of a meal and was actively hunting along the river bank when she grabbed this caiman right in front of my boat. There was a big splash and I took 5 pictures in about half a second before the caiman escaped from her grasp and disappeared from view". /Rex_Jaguar_caiman_4242191B//1411131112

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  • Stache Cat poses for Movember moustache gallery, New Jersey, America - 13 Nov 2014
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    Stache Cat poses for Movember moustache gallery, New Jersey, America - 13 Nov 2014 11/13/2014 Christine Gonzalez/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Gonzalez/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Christine Gonzalez/REX (4242442a) Stache the cat Stache Cat poses for Movember moustache gallery, New Jersey, America - 13 Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pn1n VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUi36jtE5kk (Licencing enquiries: video@rexfeatures.com) Stop Movember, we have a winner! In terms of fetching upper lip hair, Stache the cat is an eye-catching sight to behold - and he has posed this week for this special Movember gallery and a cute video. The hilarious images show our favourite cat with a black moustache not only give good face to camera in a series of flattering portraits, but also, in one picture, dressed up in his fancy formal collar and bow tie. The Oriental Shorthair belongs to Christine Gonzalez from New Jersey who says: "Stache loves Movember, especially as it is his birthday this month on the 28th. He will be one years old! "Stache has always been special and people certainly do a double-take when they see his full moustache. He soaks it up thanks to his upbeat personality which always makes him an instant hit with everyone." /Rex_Stache_Cat_Movember_gallery_4242442A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Gonzalez/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411131044
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    Stache Cat poses for Movember moustache gallery, New Jersey, America - 13 Nov 2014
    11/13/2014
    Christine Gonzalez/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Gonzalez/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Christine Gonzalez/REX (4242442a) Stache the cat Stache Cat poses for Movember moustache gallery, New Jersey, America - 13 Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pn1n VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUi36jtE5kk (Licencing enquiries: video@rexfeatures.com) Stop Movember, we have a winner! In terms of fetching upper lip hair, Stache the cat is an eye-catching sight to behold - and he has posed this week for this special Movember gallery and a cute video. The hilarious images show our favourite cat with a black moustache not only give good face to camera in a series of flattering portraits, but also, in one picture, dressed up in his fancy formal collar and bow tie. The Oriental Shorthair belongs to Christine Gonzalez from New Jersey who says: "Stache loves Movember, especially as it is his birthday this month on the 28th. He will be one years old! "Stache has always been special and people certainly do a double-take when they see his full moustache. He soaks it up thanks to his upbeat personality which always makes him an instant hit with everyone." /Rex_Stache_Cat_Movember_gallery_4242442A/MANDATORY CREDIT: Christine Gonzalez/Rex Features. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission./1411131044

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  • Guinness World Records Largest High Heeled Shoe
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    Guinness World Records Largest High Heeled Shoe 11/13/2014 Diane Bondareff/AP/SIPA IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS - Guinness World Records adjudicator Kim Partrick measures the largest high heeled shoe, standing 6 feet 1 inch tall and 6 feet 5 inches long, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in New York. The shoe was created by Jill Martin and Kenneth Cole as part of Guinness World Records Day on November 13. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Guinness World Records/AP Images)/INVL/603723871120/11101419609, 00000,/1411131002
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    Guinness World Records Largest High Heeled Shoe
    11/13/2014
    Diane Bondareff/AP/SIPA
    IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS - Guinness World Records adjudicator Kim Partrick measures the largest high heeled shoe, standing 6 feet 1 inch tall and 6 feet 5 inches long, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in New York. The shoe was created by Jill Martin and Kenneth Cole as part of Guinness World Records Day on November 13. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Guinness World Records/AP Images)/INVL/603723871120/11101419609, 00000,/1411131002

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  • Elephant Fights off Lions
    00697901
    Elephant Fights off Lions 11/13/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The elephant trying to shake the lions off) - This is the dramatic moment a one-year-old elephant fought off 14 hungry female lions attacking it. The battle - captured on film by tourists in the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia - shows the young ele surrounded by the pack of predators near a watering hole. As the lions viciously set about the youngster - who was separated from its herd - they begin taking it in turns to leap on its back and sink their teeth into its backside and legs. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_094901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411130951
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    Elephant Fights off Lions
    11/13/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The elephant trying to shake the lions off) - This is the dramatic moment a one-year-old elephant fought off 14 hungry female lions attacking it. The battle - captured on film by tourists in the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia - shows the young ele surrounded by the pack of predators near a watering hole. As the lions viciously set about the youngster - who was separated from its herd - they begin taking it in turns to leap on its back and sink their teeth into its backside and legs. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_094901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411130951

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  • Cat Cafe
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    Cat Cafe 11/13/2014 Eric Risberg/AP/SIPA In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014, a cat sleeps on a rug as Donna Garrett, left, and Adam Myatt, right, check their email at the Cat Town Cafe in Oakland, Calif. Similar to concepts in Asia & Europe, the cafe has become America's first permanent feline-friendly coffee shop. Cafe customers pay to pet cute kitties while sipping on tea or expresso drinks. It allows customers, who may not be able to have cats in their own homes, to enjoy the benefits of furry friends for short times without the responsibility. The animals come from a partnership with a local animal shelter and are also available for adoption. Similar cafes are planned to open soon in Seattle, Portland, San Diego and Denver. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)/FX305/436571982740/PHOTO TAKEN THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 2014./1411130633
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    Cat Cafe
    11/13/2014
    Eric Risberg/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014, a cat sleeps on a rug as Donna Garrett, left, and Adam Myatt, right, check their email at the Cat Town Cafe in Oakland, Calif. Similar to concepts in Asia & Europe, the cafe has become America's first permanent feline-friendly coffee shop. Cafe customers pay to pet cute kitties while sipping on tea or expresso drinks. It allows customers, who may not be able to have cats in their own homes, to enjoy the benefits of furry friends for short times without the responsibility. The animals come from a partnership with a local animal shelter and are also available for adoption. Similar cafes are planned to open soon in Seattle, Portland, San Diego and Denver. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)/FX305/436571982740/PHOTO TAKEN THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 2014./1411130633

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  • Uk Two single men looking for love have literally put themselves in the shop window
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    Uk Two single men looking for love have literally put themselves in the shop window 11/12/2014 Solent News/SIPA Two single men looking for love have literally put themselves in the shop window - being immortalised as mannequins in a bid to score dates with passing women. Determined Keron Knight, 26, and Michael Catuogno, 33, had their heads scanned with over 40 DSLR cameras so they could be recreated as 3D prints. A team of five artists took three weeks to design the doppelgangers using specialist software before attaching the heads to the mannequins. The 1,500 pounds dummy figures will remain on display in Brick Lane, London, for three days. Single ladies who like what they see can then click straight through to either Keron or Michael's online Match.com dating profile and arrange a date. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Michael Catuogno (blue top) and Keron Knight (red top) dressing their mannequins. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_122001/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411121233
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    Uk Two single men looking for love have literally put themselves in the shop window
    11/12/2014
    Solent News/SIPA
    Two single men looking for love have literally put themselves in the shop window - being immortalised as mannequins in a bid to score dates with passing women. Determined Keron Knight, 26, and Michael Catuogno, 33, had their heads scanned with over 40 DSLR cameras so they could be recreated as 3D prints. A team of five artists took three weeks to design the doppelgangers using specialist software before attaching the heads to the mannequins. The 1,500 pounds dummy figures will remain on display in Brick Lane, London, for three days. Single ladies who like what they see can then click straight through to either Keron or Michael's online Match.com dating profile and arrange a date. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Michael Catuogno (blue top) and Keron Knight (red top) dressing their mannequins. ' Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_122001/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411121233

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  • Uk 13-week-old kitten  acts like she is a dog
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    Uk 13-week-old kitten acts like she is a dog 11/12/2014 Daily Echo/Solent News/SIPA Roomba, a 13-week-old kitten has befriended Aoife, an Irish Wolf Hound, and now acts like she is a dog. ' Daily Echo/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_113601/Credit:Daily Echo/Solent News/SIPA/1411121140
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    Uk 13-week-old kitten acts like she is a dog
    11/12/2014
    Daily Echo/Solent News/SIPA
    Roomba, a 13-week-old kitten has befriended Aoife, an Irish Wolf Hound, and now acts like she is a dog. ' Daily Echo/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_113601/Credit:Daily Echo/Solent News/SIPA/1411121140

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  • Kangaroo takes a selfie with British tourists at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia - October 2014
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    Kangaroo takes a selfie with British tourists at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia - October 2014 11/12/2014 Adam Gordon/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Adam Gordon/REX (4229840a) Tourists taking a selife with a Kangaroo Kangaroo takes a selfie with British tourists at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia - October 2014 G'day mate! This kangaroo looks simply overjoyed to get in on the selfie trend. Brit Brendan Cleaves captured this hilarious image of the face pulling marsupial while visiting Australia for a friend's wedding. Rather than the typical stag do, Brendan, the groom-to-be and several mates decided to visit some of Australia's more interesting attractions. One of these stops was to the late Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo. At the wildlife park the group popped by the roo enclosure where visitors are able to get up close to the animals and even feed them. And it was here that they met a particularly curious character! Brendan comments: "This one guy seemed pretty curious with us and our English banter. We took the usually tourist pics but he just followed us about, as if them normal pictures weren't cutting it for him. We all knew what he was trying to get at, so we all huddled around and got an awesome selfie pic. Admittedly it did take a few goes, but he was a perfectionist and wanted to get the frame right!" /Rex_Kangaroo_takes_a_selfie_with_British_tourists_at_4229840A//1411121109
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    Kangaroo takes a selfie with British tourists at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia - October 2014
    11/12/2014
    Adam Gordon/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Adam Gordon/REX (4229840a) Tourists taking a selife with a Kangaroo Kangaroo takes a selfie with British tourists at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia - October 2014 G'day mate! This kangaroo looks simply overjoyed to get in on the selfie trend. Brit Brendan Cleaves captured this hilarious image of the face pulling marsupial while visiting Australia for a friend's wedding. Rather than the typical stag do, Brendan, the groom-to-be and several mates decided to visit some of Australia's more interesting attractions. One of these stops was to the late Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo. At the wildlife park the group popped by the roo enclosure where visitors are able to get up close to the animals and even feed them. And it was here that they met a particularly curious character! Brendan comments: "This one guy seemed pretty curious with us and our English banter. We took the usually tourist pics but he just followed us about, as if them normal pictures weren't cutting it for him. We all knew what he was trying to get at, so we all huddled around and got an awesome selfie pic. Admittedly it did take a few goes, but he was a perfectionist and wanted to get the frame right!" /Rex_Kangaroo_takes_a_selfie_with_British_tourists_at_4229840A//1411121109

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  • Penguins parade at Edinburgh Zoo
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    Penguins parade at Edinburgh Zoo 11/12/2014 James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA Penguins parade at Edinburgh Zoo. The creatives behind this year's John Lewis advert conducted research at the zoo to make sure that the penguin was animated correctly. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_094301/Credit:James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA/1411120955
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    Penguins parade at Edinburgh Zoo
    11/12/2014
    James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA
    Penguins parade at Edinburgh Zoo. The creatives behind this year's John Lewis advert conducted research at the zoo to make sure that the penguin was animated correctly. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_094301/Credit:James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA/1411120955

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  • Buckaroo Bear
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    Buckaroo Bear 11/12/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Bear plays buckaroo with its cub) A adorable bear cub cant get enough of playing BUCKAROO - as it hangs onto its mum splashing about in a river. His mum was attempting to catch a fish supper for the pair as the plucky cub continued to jump on her back. And as she was concentrating on her meal the young bear became a distraction. So she sprung into life with him on her back before he was tossed into the water much to his delight. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_081701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411120856
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    Buckaroo Bear
    11/12/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Bear plays buckaroo with its cub) A adorable bear cub cant get enough of playing BUCKAROO - as it hangs onto its mum splashing about in a river. His mum was attempting to catch a fish supper for the pair as the plucky cub continued to jump on her back. And as she was concentrating on her meal the young bear became a distraction. So she sprung into life with him on her back before he was tossed into the water much to his delight. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_081701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411120856

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  • Jewellery Heist
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    Jewellery Heist 11/11/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The huge cut out rectangle from the shop) - A bunch of brazen burglars cut a perfect rectangle out of a window in a rush hour jewellery shop heist. Rings and other jewellery were snatched as thieves sliced through the glass at Griffin Jewellers listed in the top 100 UK Jewellers in Bridlington, East Yorks. The audacious heist took place at around 5pm yesterday (MON) while the store was STILL OPEN./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_190801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411111910
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    Jewellery Heist
    11/11/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The huge cut out rectangle from the shop) - A bunch of brazen burglars cut a perfect rectangle out of a window in a rush hour jewellery shop heist. Rings and other jewellery were snatched as thieves sliced through the glass at Griffin Jewellers listed in the top 100 UK Jewellers in Bridlington, East Yorks. The audacious heist took place at around 5pm yesterday (MON) while the store was STILL OPEN./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_190801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411111910

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  • Seal and Penguins
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    Seal and Penguins 11/11/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA This mischievous seal looks royally chuffed as he sits proudly among thousands of king penguins. The young male elephant seal can't help but smile as he relaxes on Macquarie Island in Tasmania, Australia, surrounded by the colourful colony of breeding penguins.The seals and penguins share the picturesque island but usually reside on opposite ends - until this curious pup set out to prove he was the real king of the beach. His adventure was captured on camera by Gunther Riehle, who made the trip from his home in Kirchheim unter Teck, Germany, on a wildlife photography vacation.Pictured: The seal amongst the penguins./SOLENTNEWS_183701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA/1411111840
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    Seal and Penguins
    11/11/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA
    This mischievous seal looks royally chuffed as he sits proudly among thousands of king penguins. The young male elephant seal can't help but smile as he relaxes on Macquarie Island in Tasmania, Australia, surrounded by the colourful colony of breeding penguins.The seals and penguins share the picturesque island but usually reside on opposite ends - until this curious pup set out to prove he was the real king of the beach. His adventure was captured on camera by Gunther Riehle, who made the trip from his home in Kirchheim unter Teck, Germany, on a wildlife photography vacation.Pictured: The seal amongst the penguins./SOLENTNEWS_183701/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/SIPA/1411111840

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  • Home Turned Into A Zoo
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    Home Turned Into A Zoo 11/11/2014 Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: JORDAN RYAN WITH HER SNAKES) Meet the woman who has turned her home into a ZOO. Jordan Ryan, 24, owns 70 animals ranging from regular pets like cats and dogs, to the more exotic including alpacas, a raccoon and snakes. The NHS student has amassed her animals collection over the last seven years and all of her animals live in her bungalow and garden. Known as the zoo lady to people in her home town of Gorslas, Carmarthenshire, Jordan takes her animals to fairs and events and accepts visitors into her home. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18474/Credit:Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA/1411111124
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    Home Turned Into A Zoo
    11/11/2014
    Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: JORDAN RYAN WITH HER SNAKES) Meet the woman who has turned her home into a ZOO. Jordan Ryan, 24, owns 70 animals ranging from regular pets like cats and dogs, to the more exotic including alpacas, a raccoon and snakes. The NHS student has amassed her animals collection over the last seven years and all of her animals live in her bungalow and garden. Known as the zoo lady to people in her home town of Gorslas, Carmarthenshire, Jordan takes her animals to fairs and events and accepts visitors into her home. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18474/Credit:Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA/1411111124

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  • Germany Festival Martini
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    Germany Festival Martini 11/10/2014 Jens Meyer/AP/SIPA In this zoomed and long time exposure picture thousands of people swing their hand lanterns during the ecumenical festival Martini (Day of Martin) in honour of the Catholic St. Martin and of Martin Luther, the Protestant reformer, at the Mariendom place (Cathedral of Mary place) in this timed exposure in Erfurt, Germany, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. The Day of Martin is the traditional festive day of the Saint Martin of Tours. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)/JME106/303827134349/1411101941
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    Germany Festival Martini
    11/10/2014
    Jens Meyer/AP/SIPA
    In this zoomed and long time exposure picture thousands of people swing their hand lanterns during the ecumenical festival Martini (Day of Martin) in honour of the Catholic St. Martin and of Martin Luther, the Protestant reformer, at the Mariendom place (Cathedral of Mary place) in this timed exposure in Erfurt, Germany, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. The Day of Martin is the traditional festive day of the Saint Martin of Tours. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)/JME106/303827134349/1411101941

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  • Home Turned Into A Zoo
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    Home Turned Into A Zoo 11/10/2014 Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: (L) JORDAN RYAN AND DEAN FLETCHER TRY TO WATCH TV WITH THEIR PETS) Meet the woman who has turned her home into a ZOO. Jordan Ryan, 24, owns 70 animals ranging from regular pets like cats and dogs, to the more exotic including alpacas, a raccoon and snakes. The NHS student has amassed her animals collection over the last seven years and all of her animals live in her bungalow and garden. Known as the zoo lady to people in her home town of Gorslas, Carmarthenshire, Jordan takes her animals to fairs and events and accepts visitors into her home. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18450/Credit:Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA/1411101850
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    Home Turned Into A Zoo
    11/10/2014
    Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: (L) JORDAN RYAN AND DEAN FLETCHER TRY TO WATCH TV WITH THEIR PETS) Meet the woman who has turned her home into a ZOO. Jordan Ryan, 24, owns 70 animals ranging from regular pets like cats and dogs, to the more exotic including alpacas, a raccoon and snakes. The NHS student has amassed her animals collection over the last seven years and all of her animals live in her bungalow and garden. Known as the zoo lady to people in her home town of Gorslas, Carmarthenshire, Jordan takes her animals to fairs and events and accepts visitors into her home. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_18450/Credit:Matthew Horwood/CATERS/SIPA/1411101850

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  • Sunrise in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
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    Sunrise in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. 11/09/2014 Ahmad Kamal/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA (141108) -- RAWALPINDI, Nov. 8, 2014 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Nov. 8, 2014 shows the view of sunrise in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. (Xinhua/Ahmad Kamal) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1629.13/Credit:Ahmad Kamal/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA/1411091646
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    Sunrise in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
    11/09/2014
    Ahmad Kamal/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA
    (141108) -- RAWALPINDI, Nov. 8, 2014 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Nov. 8, 2014 shows the view of sunrise in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. (Xinhua/Ahmad Kamal) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_1629.13/Credit:Ahmad Kamal/CHINE NOUVELL/SIPA/1411091646

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  • Supercat Show 2014, International Show Feline
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    Supercat Show 2014, International Show Feline 11/09/2014 Alessandro Serrano/AGF/SIPA Supercat Show 2014, International Show Feline 8-9 November Fiera di Roma. Rome. Italy 08/11/2014/AGFEDITORIAL_1447.01/Credit:Alessandro Serrano/AGF/SIPA/1411091451
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    Supercat Show 2014, International Show Feline
    11/09/2014
    Alessandro Serrano/AGF/SIPA
    Supercat Show 2014, International Show Feline 8-9 November Fiera di Roma. Rome. Italy 08/11/2014/AGFEDITORIAL_1447.01/Credit:Alessandro Serrano/AGF/SIPA/1411091451

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  • Pot Hole Mosaics
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    Pot Hole Mosaics 11/08/2014 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A Mosaic of a Daffodil)A street artist has found a clever way to cover up Chicagos unsightly pot holes by transforming them into amazing flower mosaics. Everyone knows pot holes are an eye-saw, but guerrilla artist Jim Bachor, 50, decided to do something about it. Disguised as a utility worker, the advert designer of 25 years started filling them with beautiful flower mosaics in a bid to rid Chicagos streets of the public nuisance for good. Wearing a hi-vis jacket and carrying a set of tools and traffic cones, the crafty artist did his first few pothole installations at night in a ploy to protect his anonymity./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1439.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411081443
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    Pot Hole Mosaics
    11/08/2014
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A Mosaic of a Daffodil)A street artist has found a clever way to cover up Chicagos unsightly pot holes by transforming them into amazing flower mosaics. Everyone knows pot holes are an eye-saw, but guerrilla artist Jim Bachor, 50, decided to do something about it. Disguised as a utility worker, the advert designer of 25 years started filling them with beautiful flower mosaics in a bid to rid Chicagos streets of the public nuisance for good. Wearing a hi-vis jacket and carrying a set of tools and traffic cones, the crafty artist did his first few pothole installations at night in a ploy to protect his anonymity./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1439.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1411081443

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  • Damselfly lightly lands on the snake's head
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    Damselfly lightly lands on the snake's head 11/08/2014 Adhi Prayoga/Solent News/SIPA This brave damselfly had a lucky escape after he landed on a snake's head. The Red-tipped Shadefly Damselfly boldly touched down for a break on the painted bronzeback snake. A few seconds later, it proved it was too quick for the sleepy reptile and flew off again safely. Photographer Adhi Prayoga, 42, was worried the insect would be snapped up when he saw it come into land while he was taking shots of the snake. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: The damselfly lightly lands on the snake's head./SOLENTNEWS_1422.14/Credit:Adhi Prayoga/Solent News/SIPA/1411081434
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    Damselfly lightly lands on the snake's head
    11/08/2014
    Adhi Prayoga/Solent News/SIPA
    This brave damselfly had a lucky escape after he landed on a snake's head. The Red-tipped Shadefly Damselfly boldly touched down for a break on the painted bronzeback snake. A few seconds later, it proved it was too quick for the sleepy reptile and flew off again safely. Photographer Adhi Prayoga, 42, was worried the insect would be snapped up when he saw it come into land while he was taking shots of the snake. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: The damselfly lightly lands on the snake's head./SOLENTNEWS_1422.14/Credit:Adhi Prayoga/Solent News/SIPA/1411081434

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  • Bottles can be hung from the ceiling of the fridge
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    Bottles can be hung from the ceiling of the fridge 11/08/2014 Solent News/SIPA Finding space to restock the fridge with bottles of beer will no longer be an issue - because a revolutionary magnetic device 'hangs' them inside. The groundbreaking device, called 'bottleLoft', securely suspends bottles of beer from the top of a fridge using magnets. By doing this it frees up empty space in the fridge to allow the user more room to store food and drink. The unique device, which holds three standard sized bottles of beer, is 8in long and 1.5in wide. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: Any number of bottles can be hung from the ceiling of the fridge. /SOLENTNEWS_1422.01/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411081432
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    Bottles can be hung from the ceiling of the fridge
    11/08/2014
    Solent News/SIPA
    Finding space to restock the fridge with bottles of beer will no longer be an issue - because a revolutionary magnetic device 'hangs' them inside. The groundbreaking device, called 'bottleLoft', securely suspends bottles of beer from the top of a fridge using magnets. By doing this it frees up empty space in the fridge to allow the user more room to store food and drink. The unique device, which holds three standard sized bottles of beer, is 8in long and 1.5in wide. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE. Pictured: Any number of bottles can be hung from the ceiling of the fridge. /SOLENTNEWS_1422.01/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411081432

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  • Bears rescued from breeding centre in Bulgaria arrive into Britain - 07 Nov 2014
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    Bears rescued from breeding centre in Bulgaria arrive into Britain - 07 Nov 2014 11/07/2014 Invicta Kent Media/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Invicta Kent Media/REX (4239613a) Wildwood Trust chief executive Peter Smith feeds Gosho Bears rescued from breeding centre in Bulgaria arrive into Britain - 07 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pmf3 A pair of bears rescued from a breeding centre in Bulgaria have arrived in Britain. The Wildwood Trust centre raised more than GBP 50,000 to free the two bears, Milcho and Gosho, and transport them to their new home in Kent. Due to a risk of rabies, the 16-year-old bears will be quarantined for the next four months, but after that they'll be moved into a large enclosure mimicking natural woodland. Milcho and Gosho were born in 1998 and have lived all their lives at a centre where the animals were previously bred for hunting. The practice ended in 1993 when bears when bears were given protected status. However, Milcho and Gosho remained living at the site in small concrete pens without any kind of enrichment or stimulation. /Rex_Bear_rescue_4239613A//1411071637
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    Bears rescued from breeding centre in Bulgaria arrive into Britain - 07 Nov 2014
    11/07/2014
    Invicta Kent Media/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Invicta Kent Media/REX (4239613a) Wildwood Trust chief executive Peter Smith feeds Gosho Bears rescued from breeding centre in Bulgaria arrive into Britain - 07 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pmf3 A pair of bears rescued from a breeding centre in Bulgaria have arrived in Britain. The Wildwood Trust centre raised more than GBP 50,000 to free the two bears, Milcho and Gosho, and transport them to their new home in Kent. Due to a risk of rabies, the 16-year-old bears will be quarantined for the next four months, but after that they'll be moved into a large enclosure mimicking natural woodland. Milcho and Gosho were born in 1998 and have lived all their lives at a centre where the animals were previously bred for hunting. The practice ended in 1993 when bears when bears were given protected status. However, Milcho and Gosho remained living at the site in small concrete pens without any kind of enrichment or stimulation. /Rex_Bear_rescue_4239613A//1411071637

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  • Climbing a frozen waterfall
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    Climbing a frozen waterfall 11/07/2014 JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The climber scaling the huge waterfall ) - These breathtaking images show a pair of brave climbers trying to keep their cool while scaling a 300 foot frozen waterfall. Clinging to the slippery surface of the natural ice structure, experienced climbers Larry Shiu, 30, and Jonathan Fox, 30, know that one wrong move could be the difference between life or death. Pictured here using little more than basic climbing gear, more than 300 feet of ice stands between the daredevils and the summit of the vertical ice wall dubbed the Rainbow Serpent. The amazing snaps were taken by Australian photographer John Price, 28, at the Ghost River Valley during an expedition to the Canadian Rockies of Alberta.The glacier carved valley, which is a world-class spot for ice climbing, is home to a number of frozen waterfalls, ranging from 100 feet to longer, 1,000 foot climbs. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140901/Credit:JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411071413
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    Climbing a frozen waterfall
    11/07/2014
    JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The climber scaling the huge waterfall ) - These breathtaking images show a pair of brave climbers trying to keep their cool while scaling a 300 foot frozen waterfall. Clinging to the slippery surface of the natural ice structure, experienced climbers Larry Shiu, 30, and Jonathan Fox, 30, know that one wrong move could be the difference between life or death. Pictured here using little more than basic climbing gear, more than 300 feet of ice stands between the daredevils and the summit of the vertical ice wall dubbed the Rainbow Serpent. The amazing snaps were taken by Australian photographer John Price, 28, at the Ghost River Valley during an expedition to the Canadian Rockies of Alberta.The glacier carved valley, which is a world-class spot for ice climbing, is home to a number of frozen waterfalls, ranging from 100 feet to longer, 1,000 foot climbs. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140901/Credit:JOHN PRICE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411071413

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  • Tiny Castle for Sale
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    Tiny Castle for Sale 11/07/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The outside of the beautiful castle) - If youve ever wanted to own a real-life castle, you can for 268,000 even if it only has two bedrooms. They do say an Englishmans home is his castle but this two-bed property has taken that literally. Nestled in the picturesque countryside village of Upper Arley, Worcestershire, the idyllic Arley Tower even has its own turret. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_09401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411070953
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    Tiny Castle for Sale
    11/07/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The outside of the beautiful castle) - If youve ever wanted to own a real-life castle, you can for 268,000 even if it only has two bedrooms. They do say an Englishmans home is his castle but this two-bed property has taken that literally. Nestled in the picturesque countryside village of Upper Arley, Worcestershire, the idyllic Arley Tower even has its own turret. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_09401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411070953

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  • Amazing Rainbow Cloud
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    Amazing Rainbow Cloud 11/06/2014 LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Amazing Rainbow Cloud that was captured on camera) - A woman has captured the spectacular moment an enormous rainbow-like hole seemed to open in the sky. Mystified Lori Leskie, 38, was with her daughter Bronte, 15 when she spotted the awe-inspiring phenomenon near to their home in the Gippsland area of Victoria, Australia. But baffled as to what was causing the mysterious spectacle, mum-of-three Lori snapped a picture on her mobile phone and posted it on Facebook. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1846.15/Credit:LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411061854
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    Amazing Rainbow Cloud
    11/06/2014
    LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Amazing Rainbow Cloud that was captured on camera) - A woman has captured the spectacular moment an enormous rainbow-like hole seemed to open in the sky. Mystified Lori Leskie, 38, was with her daughter Bronte, 15 when she spotted the awe-inspiring phenomenon near to their home in the Gippsland area of Victoria, Australia. But baffled as to what was causing the mysterious spectacle, mum-of-three Lori snapped a picture on her mobile phone and posted it on Facebook. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1846.15/Credit:LORI LESKIE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411061854

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  • Bears Fight Over Fishing Rights
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    Bears Fight Over Fishing Rights 11/06/2014 ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO/CATER/SIPA PIC BY ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The two bears try to claw and bite another) These fur-ocious images show the moment two bears began scrapping over fishing rights. Spotted splashing around in the river, the scary bears showed off their immense jaws as they squabbled for the best fishing location. After noticing that one of the bears was catching a steady flow of fish, another hungry beast was seen wondering over into the river, keen to get a piece of the action. But it wasnt long before the intruder began to step on the claws of the carnivore and the two engaged in a vicious dispute. SEE CATERS COPY **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND**/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1846.01/Credit:ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO/CATER/SIPA/1411061854
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    Bears Fight Over Fishing Rights
    11/06/2014
    ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO/CATER/SIPA
    PIC BY ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The two bears try to claw and bite another) These fur-ocious images show the moment two bears began scrapping over fishing rights. Spotted splashing around in the river, the scary bears showed off their immense jaws as they squabbled for the best fishing location. After noticing that one of the bears was catching a steady flow of fish, another hungry beast was seen wondering over into the river, keen to get a piece of the action. But it wasnt long before the intruder began to step on the claws of the carnivore and the two engaged in a vicious dispute. SEE CATERS COPY **NOT FOR SALE / USE IN RUSSIA / POLAND**/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1846.01/Credit:ELIZAVETA TISHCENKO/CATER/SIPA/1411061854

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  • Hidden in bin secret proposal
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    Hidden in bin secret proposal 11/06/2014 CHANCE FAULKER/CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CHANCE FAULKER PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The moment the proposal happened) - A loved-up boyfriend proposed to his partner and made sure the perfect moment was captured by hiding a photographerIN A BIN. Adam Puckrin popped the question to his girlfriend Bailey Carson at the Peterborough Zoo in Ontario, Canada, on Saturday morning. He wanted to capture the moment she hopefully said yes but, to maintain the surprise, he had to hide the snapper. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.01/Credit:CHANCE FAULKER/CATERS/SIPA/1411061813
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    Hidden in bin secret proposal
    11/06/2014
    CHANCE FAULKER/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CHANCE FAULKER PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The moment the proposal happened) - A loved-up boyfriend proposed to his partner and made sure the perfect moment was captured by hiding a photographerIN A BIN. Adam Puckrin popped the question to his girlfriend Bailey Carson at the Peterborough Zoo in Ontario, Canada, on Saturday morning. He wanted to capture the moment she hopefully said yes but, to maintain the surprise, he had to hide the snapper. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.01/Credit:CHANCE FAULKER/CATERS/SIPA/1411061813

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  • Bear Watch Belly Flop
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    Bear Watch Belly Flop 11/06/2014 MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The moment the polar bear belly flops into the icy water) This is the hilarious moment a polar bear was seen practising its best Bear-watch impression after diving head first into the ocean. Spotted running and then leaping into the slushy sea water, the chunky mammals attempt to look cool instead ended with a comedic belly flop. Captured with its arms outstretched, the incredible images show the two-year-old cub seemingly floating in mid air before clumsily landing in the drink. After spotting something tasty near the waters edge, the bear appeared to jump into the water in search of a meal. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174701/Credit:MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NE/SIPA/1411061753
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    Bear Watch Belly Flop
    11/06/2014
    MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The moment the polar bear belly flops into the icy water) This is the hilarious moment a polar bear was seen practising its best Bear-watch impression after diving head first into the ocean. Spotted running and then leaping into the slushy sea water, the chunky mammals attempt to look cool instead ended with a comedic belly flop. Captured with its arms outstretched, the incredible images show the two-year-old cub seemingly floating in mid air before clumsily landing in the drink. After spotting something tasty near the waters edge, the bear appeared to jump into the water in search of a meal. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_174701/Credit:MICHAEL STERN / CATERS NE/SIPA/1411061753

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  • Photobomb pilot
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    Photobomb pilot 11/06/2014 STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS /SIPA PIC BY STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rob Holland (MXS-RH) and David Marshal and Gregory Colyer (Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star) Kingsville, TX.) - A pilot performs one of his signature manoeuvres - while PHOTOBOMBING different aircraft. Daring Rob Holland, 39, is able to fly upside down directly above other planes while travelling more than 150mph. Sometimes there is just a matter of inches between Rob and the other plane as he barrels over the pilot in the cockpit below. In scenes reminiscent of the hit movie Top Gun, Rob has pulled off the split-second roll over the likes of jets and other nimble aircraft. He performs the spectacular stunts in his custom, all-carbon fibre competition aerobatic plane, known as an MXS-RH. But has also flown a rare, WWII-era fighter P-38 for some of these snaps. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161501/Credit:STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS /SIPA/1411061621
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    Photobomb pilot
    11/06/2014
    STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Rob Holland (MXS-RH) and David Marshal and Gregory Colyer (Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star) Kingsville, TX.) - A pilot performs one of his signature manoeuvres - while PHOTOBOMBING different aircraft. Daring Rob Holland, 39, is able to fly upside down directly above other planes while travelling more than 150mph. Sometimes there is just a matter of inches between Rob and the other plane as he barrels over the pilot in the cockpit below. In scenes reminiscent of the hit movie Top Gun, Rob has pulled off the split-second roll over the likes of jets and other nimble aircraft. He performs the spectacular stunts in his custom, all-carbon fibre competition aerobatic plane, known as an MXS-RH. But has also flown a rare, WWII-era fighter P-38 for some of these snaps. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161501/Credit:STEVEN SERDIKOFF/ CATERS /SIPA/1411061621

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  • Lion Warthog battle !
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    Lion Warthog battle ! 11/06/2014 TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM DR TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED:battle between warthog and lion) - These stunning photos capture the moment in nature when a warthog stepped into the path of a hungry LION- and became its prey. As the warthog steps into the lions den, the lion leaps with brute force and captures the wild pig. The lion then proceeds to devour the animal- proving his status as top of the animal food chain. These incredible images were caught on camera by photographer Dr Trix Jonker, at the Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131301/Credit:TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411061316
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    Lion Warthog battle !
    11/06/2014
    TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM DR TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED:battle between warthog and lion) - These stunning photos capture the moment in nature when a warthog stepped into the path of a hungry LION- and became its prey. As the warthog steps into the lions den, the lion leaps with brute force and captures the wild pig. The lion then proceeds to devour the animal- proving his status as top of the animal food chain. These incredible images were caught on camera by photographer Dr Trix Jonker, at the Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131301/Credit:TRIX JONKER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1411061316

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  • Cold morning in Richmond park, London, Britain - 06 Nov 2014
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    Cold morning in Richmond park, London, Britain - 06 Nov 2014 11/06/2014 Stephen Simpson/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4232334e) People walk next to a misty pond. Cold morning in Richmond park, London, Britain - 06 Nov 2014 People and animals during a frosty start to the day. Temperature fell across the country overnight. /Rex_Cold_morning_in_Richmond_park_London_4232334E//1411061157
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    Cold morning in Richmond park, London, Britain - 06 Nov 2014
    11/06/2014
    Stephen Simpson/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4232334e) People walk next to a misty pond. Cold morning in Richmond park, London, Britain - 06 Nov 2014 People and animals during a frosty start to the day. Temperature fell across the country overnight. /Rex_Cold_morning_in_Richmond_park_London_4232334E//1411061157

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  • Dolphins Photobomb Wedding Kiss
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    Dolphins Photobomb Wedding Kiss 11/06/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: AS THE NEWLYWEDS LOCK LIPS THE DOLPHINS PHOTOBOMB THE MAGIC MOMENT)This is the incredible moment a couple had their wedding photo photobombed... by a DOLPHIN. Alexis and Steve Espey tied the knot earlier this year and were left stunned when the mammal tried to take centre stage on their big day. The couple were enjoying the celebrations at Marineland Dolphin Adventure in St. Augustine when the dolphin stole a march on their first kiss. The newlyweds were thrilled when they looked back at the snaps, captured by international wedding photographers Sarah and Ben McLachlan, to see the dolphin stealing the limelight. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147
    00697354
    Dolphins Photobomb Wedding Kiss
    11/06/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: AS THE NEWLYWEDS LOCK LIPS THE DOLPHINS PHOTOBOMB THE MAGIC MOMENT)This is the incredible moment a couple had their wedding photo photobombed... by a DOLPHIN. Alexis and Steve Espey tied the knot earlier this year and were left stunned when the mammal tried to take centre stage on their big day. The couple were enjoying the celebrations at Marineland Dolphin Adventure in St. Augustine when the dolphin stole a march on their first kiss. The newlyweds were thrilled when they looked back at the snaps, captured by international wedding photographers Sarah and Ben McLachlan, to see the dolphin stealing the limelight. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147

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  • Most Beautiful Golf Courses
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    Most Beautiful Golf Courses 11/06/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED An aerial photo of Arrowhead point at Pebble Beach Golf links, California) Judging by these pictures, its no surprise golf fans are desperate to spend the whole day on the course. Surrounded by breath taking landscapes, these incredible selection of photographs show some of the most beautiful golf courses ever created. Captured from the ground and from the air, professional golf course photographer, Evan Schiller, 53, uses lifts, helicopters and even drones to get the perfect shot. Taken anywhere from the scenic coast of Scotland to the palm tree-filled greens of Hawaii, Evan has visited courses from all around the world. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147
    00697353
    Most Beautiful Golf Courses
    11/06/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED An aerial photo of Arrowhead point at Pebble Beach Golf links, California) Judging by these pictures, its no surprise golf fans are desperate to spend the whole day on the course. Surrounded by breath taking landscapes, these incredible selection of photographs show some of the most beautiful golf courses ever created. Captured from the ground and from the air, professional golf course photographer, Evan Schiller, 53, uses lifts, helicopters and even drones to get the perfect shot. Taken anywhere from the scenic coast of Scotland to the palm tree-filled greens of Hawaii, Evan has visited courses from all around the world. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_113101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147

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  • Abandoned hospital New York
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    Abandoned hospital New York 11/06/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The Emergency Exit tunnel sign) - With its collapsed ceilings and rotting doors these images show the haunting remains of an abandoned hospital. The Renwick Ruin on Manhattans Roosevelt Island in New York, USA, was also known as the Smallpox Hospital. It was constructed between 1854 and 1856 and for many years it was New York Citys only such institution. A century after opening the doors were closed - eventually being designated a New York City Landmark in 1976. Now the site is closed off an ongoing .5m (2.8m) renovation project is underway before the ruins open to the public. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147
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    Abandoned hospital New York
    11/06/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The Emergency Exit tunnel sign) - With its collapsed ceilings and rotting doors these images show the haunting remains of an abandoned hospital. The Renwick Ruin on Manhattans Roosevelt Island in New York, USA, was also known as the Smallpox Hospital. It was constructed between 1854 and 1856 and for many years it was New York Citys only such institution. A century after opening the doors were closed - eventually being designated a New York City Landmark in 1976. Now the site is closed off an ongoing .5m (2.8m) renovation project is underway before the ruins open to the public. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1411061147

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  • Farmer converts Peugeot estate car into a replica of his sheepdog, Sussex, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
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    Farmer converts Peugeot estate car into a replica of his sheepdog, Sussex, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 11/06/2014 David McHugh/REX/REX/SIPA Video: https://vimeo.com/111087889 Mandatory Credit: Photo by David McHugh/REX (4232302e) Dave Isaac with his sheepdog car Floss and regular sheepdog Lad Farmer converts Peugeot estate car into a replica of his sheepdog, Sussex, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm7i Set to work as a sheep dog Floss certainly had her advantages. She was quicker than most, always impressed onlookers and the sheep responded well. But farmer Dave Isaac has reluctantly decided she has got to go because she was getting too difficult to handle. She was just too big to get through his farmyard gates and now needs a new home. And the bizarre experiment of converting his Peugeot estate car into a working sheep dog called Floss has sadly come to an end down on his 180-acre farm. Despite the disbelieving glances of his neighbours Dave, 46, spent GBP 2,000 covering the family car in fur so it resembled an exact replica of his favourite sheep dog after she died. With a top speed of 40mph he took his new look sheep dog out into the fields of his farm near Battle, East Sussex with surprisingly encouraging results. He was delighted when the sheep seemed happy to be rounded up by a much larger animal with headlamps for eyes and an exhaust. /Rex_Sheepdog_car_4232302E/Video: https://vimeo.com/111087889/1411061112
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    Farmer converts Peugeot estate car into a replica of his sheepdog, Sussex, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
    11/06/2014
    David McHugh/REX/REX/SIPA
    Video: https://vimeo.com/111087889 Mandatory Credit: Photo by David McHugh/REX (4232302e) Dave Isaac with his sheepdog car Floss and regular sheepdog Lad Farmer converts Peugeot estate car into a replica of his sheepdog, Sussex, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm7i Set to work as a sheep dog Floss certainly had her advantages. She was quicker than most, always impressed onlookers and the sheep responded well. But farmer Dave Isaac has reluctantly decided she has got to go because she was getting too difficult to handle. She was just too big to get through his farmyard gates and now needs a new home. And the bizarre experiment of converting his Peugeot estate car into a working sheep dog called Floss has sadly come to an end down on his 180-acre farm. Despite the disbelieving glances of his neighbours Dave, 46, spent GBP 2,000 covering the family car in fur so it resembled an exact replica of his favourite sheep dog after she died. With a top speed of 40mph he took his new look sheep dog out into the fields of his farm near Battle, East Sussex with surprisingly encouraging results. He was delighted when the sheep seemed happy to be rounded up by a much larger animal with headlamps for eyes and an exhaust. /Rex_Sheepdog_car_4232302E/Video: https://vimeo.com/111087889/1411061112

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  • Scottish Owl Centre
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    Scottish Owl Centre 11/06/2014 James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA Altai, a Siberian Eagle Owl, at the Scottish Owl Centre, where she will take place at the first Winter Wonder Owls event. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_102501/Credit:James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA/1411061032
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    Scottish Owl Centre
    11/06/2014
    James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA
    Altai, a Siberian Eagle Owl, at the Scottish Owl Centre, where she will take place at the first Winter Wonder Owls event. Credit: The Times / News Syndication. Online rights need to be cleared separately./THETIMES_102501/Credit:James Glossop/THE TIMES G/SIPA/1411061032

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  • bullfight
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    bullfight 11/05/2014 SIPANY/SIPA The traditional bullfight festival is held to celebrate the harvest in Liuzhou, Guangxi, China on 03 November, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14356233/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1411051557
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    bullfight
    11/05/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    The traditional bullfight festival is held to celebrate the harvest in Liuzhou, Guangxi, China on 03 November, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14356233/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1411051557

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  • Hyper-realistic yacht painting that looks like a photo to be auctioned, London, Britain - Nov 2014
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    Hyper-realistic yacht painting that looks like a photo to be auctioned, London, Britain - Nov 2014 11/05/2014 Anglia Press Agency Ltd/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Anglia Press Agency Ltd./REX (4232046a) Hyper-realist painting of the American and New Zealand teams during the 2013 America's Cup Hyper-realistic yacht painting that looks like a photo to be auctioned, London, Britain - Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm4q It was the most dramatic America's Cup result in the 150-year history of the yachting world's most famous and prestigious race. The 2013 event looked a certainty for the New Zealand boat and the crew seemed destined to take the trophy home with them after they were 8-1 up. But then the struggling Americans called in reinforcements in the shape of Brit and Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie - and then made one of the biggest comebacks in sporting history. Now that epic struggle has been captured in a remarkable painting by noted artist Jamie Medlin, whose pictures look like photographs, with an estimated guide price of GBP 70,000 at auction in London next week. Jamie's extraordinary marine paintings - from small sail boats to luxury multi-million pound super yachts - have earned him a world-wide reputation. /Rex_Hyperreal_painting_4232046A//1411051515
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    Hyper-realistic yacht painting that looks like a photo to be auctioned, London, Britain - Nov 2014
    11/05/2014
    Anglia Press Agency Ltd/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Anglia Press Agency Ltd./REX (4232046a) Hyper-realist painting of the American and New Zealand teams during the 2013 America's Cup Hyper-realistic yacht painting that looks like a photo to be auctioned, London, Britain - Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm4q It was the most dramatic America's Cup result in the 150-year history of the yachting world's most famous and prestigious race. The 2013 event looked a certainty for the New Zealand boat and the crew seemed destined to take the trophy home with them after they were 8-1 up. But then the struggling Americans called in reinforcements in the shape of Brit and Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie - and then made one of the biggest comebacks in sporting history. Now that epic struggle has been captured in a remarkable painting by noted artist Jamie Medlin, whose pictures look like photographs, with an estimated guide price of GBP 70,000 at auction in London next week. Jamie's extraordinary marine paintings - from small sail boats to luxury multi-million pound super yachts - have earned him a world-wide reputation. /Rex_Hyperreal_painting_4232046A//1411051515

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  • Pets-Doggy Cooking Network
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    Pets-Doggy Cooking Network 11/05/2014 AP/SIPA In this October 2014 photo provided by Kris Rotonda, Denise Fernandez prepares to record a Halloween edition of the Doggy Cooking Network, a unique YouTube show for those into canine cuisine, at Rotonda's home in Safety Harbor, Fla. (AP Photo/Courtesy Kris Rotonda)/LA302/370998784843/AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING; NO LICENSING./1411051507
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    Pets-Doggy Cooking Network
    11/05/2014
    AP/SIPA
    In this October 2014 photo provided by Kris Rotonda, Denise Fernandez prepares to record a Halloween edition of the Doggy Cooking Network, a unique YouTube show for those into canine cuisine, at Rotonda's home in Safety Harbor, Fla. (AP Photo/Courtesy Kris Rotonda)/LA302/370998784843/AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING; NO LICENSING./1411051507

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  • Fake Penguin Chick Rover
    SIPAUSA31319440
    Fake Penguin Chick Rover 11/05/2014 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA A brooding emperor penguin with its chick is approached by a rover camouflaged with a fake chick. According to a new study, published on November 2 in the journal Nature Methods, the remote-operated vehicle (rover) camouflaged as a penguin has been used by a team of scientists as a less harmful alternative to study the black n white birds in their natural habitat without disturbing them. Ecophysiologist and study author Yvon Le Maho, of the University of Strasbourg in France, led the team of scientists and film makers to observe the colonies of the emperor penguins on Adelie Land, Antarctica, the setting of 2005 documentary "March of the Penguins" and Possession Island - part of an archipelago called the French Galapagos with two-thirds of the world's population of king penguins. Having studied penguins for forty years, Le Maho had found that the common method of tagging king penguins with bands around their flippers, was harmful as made them nervous and potentially impaired their movement - especially in the water. Researchers had also eschewed the idea of tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags implanted under the skin - as radio antenna is required to be within two feet of the penguins to read tags. With the rover penguin the team of observers were able to view from over 650 feet (200 metres) away. Having alarmed the penguins with the initial fibreglass attempt, they had to wait until the fifth version - complete with grey fur, black arms, black and white face and a black beak before they were able to, successfully snuggle into the group. The king penguins were acceptant of the doppelgänger droid chick - allowing it to approach and join the group of real penguin chicks and even singing. Their heart rate increased but not nearly as much as when a person encroached. Emperor penguins are shy when compared to king penguins and half displayed no change in behaviour, with 28 percent reacting anxiously and 25 percent showing curiosity toward the rover. Fol
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    Fake Penguin Chick Rover
    11/05/2014
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    A brooding emperor penguin with its chick is approached by a rover camouflaged with a fake chick. According to a new study, published on November 2 in the journal Nature Methods, the remote-operated vehicle (rover) camouflaged as a penguin has been used by a team of scientists as a less harmful alternative to study the black n white birds in their natural habitat without disturbing them. Ecophysiologist and study author Yvon Le Maho, of the University of Strasbourg in France, led the team of scientists and film makers to observe the colonies of the emperor penguins on Adelie Land, Antarctica, the setting of 2005 documentary "March of the Penguins" and Possession Island - part of an archipelago called the French Galapagos with two-thirds of the world's population of king penguins. Having studied penguins for forty years, Le Maho had found that the common method of tagging king penguins with bands around their flippers, was harmful as made them nervous and potentially impaired their movement - especially in the water. Researchers had also eschewed the idea of tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags implanted under the skin - as radio antenna is required to be within two feet of the penguins to read tags. With the rover penguin the team of observers were able to view from over 650 feet (200 metres) away. Having alarmed the penguins with the initial fibreglass attempt, they had to wait until the fifth version - complete with grey fur, black arms, black and white face and a black beak before they were able to, successfully snuggle into the group. The king penguins were acceptant of the doppelgänger droid chick - allowing it to approach and join the group of real penguin chicks and even singing. Their heart rate increased but not nearly as much as when a person encroached. Emperor penguins are shy when compared to king penguins and half displayed no change in behaviour, with 28 percent reacting anxiously and 25 percent showing curiosity toward the rover. Fol

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  • Snailpimp
    SIPAUSA31319413
    Snailpimp 11/05/2014 SI7/ZJAH/WENN.COM/SIPA 'Snailpimp' is a project by artist Stefan Siverud, who is having fun decorating living snails with the most varied designs, from the McDonald’s logo to the miniature lighthouse through Pac-Man, Ikea and Adidas. A funny and interesting project that's achieved with non-toxic paints, which of course raises the question of the impact on these living animals. If some people ironize that these highly visible snails are less likely to be inadvertently stepped on, others point out that they are more easily spotted by predators… A project in line with the Inner City Snail artist Slinkachu. Featuring: Snail army Where: Kalmar, Sweden When: 05 Nov 2014 Credit: Stefan Siverud/WENN.com/DWP_painted_snails_051114.wenn21894155/1411051156
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    Snailpimp
    11/05/2014
    SI7/ZJAH/WENN.COM/SIPA
    'Snailpimp' is a project by artist Stefan Siverud, who is having fun decorating living snails with the most varied designs, from the McDonald’s logo to the miniature lighthouse through Pac-Man, Ikea and Adidas. A funny and interesting project that's achieved with non-toxic paints, which of course raises the question of the impact on these living animals. If some people ironize that these highly visible snails are less likely to be inadvertently stepped on, others point out that they are more easily spotted by predators… A project in line with the Inner City Snail artist Slinkachu. Featuring: Snail army Where: Kalmar, Sweden When: 05 Nov 2014 Credit: Stefan Siverud/WENN.com/DWP_painted_snails_051114.wenn21894155/1411051156

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  • Zoo uses lost children's socks to help monkey's paws keep warm during operations, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Devon, Britain - 04 Nov 2014
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    Zoo uses lost children's socks to help monkey's paws keep warm during operations, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Devon, Britain - 04 Nov 2014 11/05/2014 REX/REX/SIPA CREDIT: Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4231915a) JR, a brown spider monkey, with children's socks to help keep paws warm during operation Zoo uses lost children's socks to help monkey's paws keep warm during operations, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Devon, Britain - 04 Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm1r The vets at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park in Devon are using children's socks to help keep the paws of sick monkeys warm during operations. They use socks lost in the grounds by visitors, soo unhappy children and annoyed parents can take some comfort from the fact that their wayward socks are going to a good cause. /Rex_Zoo_uses_lost_childrens_socks_to_help_monke/CREDIT: Rex Features/1411051120
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    Zoo uses lost children's socks to help monkey's paws keep warm during operations, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Devon, Britain - 04 Nov 2014
    11/05/2014
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    CREDIT: Rex Features Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4231915a) JR, a brown spider monkey, with children's socks to help keep paws warm during operation Zoo uses lost children's socks to help monkey's paws keep warm during operations, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Devon, Britain - 04 Nov 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pm1r The vets at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park in Devon are using children's socks to help keep the paws of sick monkeys warm during operations. They use socks lost in the grounds by visitors, soo unhappy children and annoyed parents can take some comfort from the fact that their wayward socks are going to a good cause. /Rex_Zoo_uses_lost_childrens_socks_to_help_monke/CREDIT: Rex Features/1411051120

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  • Artist's Oxo cube tribute to Lynda Bellingham.
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    Artist's Oxo cube tribute to Lynda Bellingham. 11/05/2014 JP5/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA Linda Bellingham’s death from cancer at the age of sixty-six has deeply saddened a nation of people who remember her as not only a fantastic actress, but also as the familiar face of the Oxo adverts that ran between 1983 and 1999… British artist Nathan Wyburn, otherwise known as the “toast artist”, has created a fitting tribute of the late Loose Women presenter made entirely from Oxo cubes and water. The 23-year-old spent just over two hours creating the portrait using ten Oxo cubes dissolved in water to correct the consistency. “I had received several messages via social media suggesting I create the tribute portrait – it seemed so fitting,” explains Wyburn. “Lynda was such a cheerful woman, I’m certain she would have seen the fun and humour in the work.” Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 04 Nov 2014 Credit: WENN.com/dwp_Oxo_cube_tribute_041114.wenn21890731/1411050851
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    Artist's Oxo cube tribute to Lynda Bellingham.
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    Linda Bellingham’s death from cancer at the age of sixty-six has deeply saddened a nation of people who remember her as not only a fantastic actress, but also as the familiar face of the Oxo adverts that ran between 1983 and 1999… British artist Nathan Wyburn, otherwise known as the “toast artist”, has created a fitting tribute of the late Loose Women presenter made entirely from Oxo cubes and water. The 23-year-old spent just over two hours creating the portrait using ten Oxo cubes dissolved in water to correct the consistency. “I had received several messages via social media suggesting I create the tribute portrait – it seemed so fitting,” explains Wyburn. “Lynda was such a cheerful woman, I’m certain she would have seen the fun and humour in the work.” Featuring: Atmosphere Where: London, United Kingdom When: 04 Nov 2014 Credit: WENN.com/dwp_Oxo_cube_tribute_041114.wenn21890731/1411050851

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  • Fairies Flying
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    Fairies Flying 11/05/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Evening commuters were stunned on their way back from work this evening when they looked to the skies to see two fairies flying over their heads. Shortly before 5pm the 3ft tall fairies - covered head-to-toe in tiny sparkling lights - suddenly appeared over the River Tyne in Newcastle. Puzzled passers-by have no explanation as to where they came from as the fairies - which appeared seemingly out of nowhere - fluttered above them. Eye-witnesses standing on the Millennium and Tyne Bridges described how the 'magical' beings 'appeared to be flying on their own'. Pictured: The two fairies flying over the Millennium Bridge over the River Tyne in Newcastle. /SOLENTNEWS_085501/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411050859
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    Fairies Flying
    11/05/2014
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    Evening commuters were stunned on their way back from work this evening when they looked to the skies to see two fairies flying over their heads. Shortly before 5pm the 3ft tall fairies - covered head-to-toe in tiny sparkling lights - suddenly appeared over the River Tyne in Newcastle. Puzzled passers-by have no explanation as to where they came from as the fairies - which appeared seemingly out of nowhere - fluttered above them. Eye-witnesses standing on the Millennium and Tyne Bridges described how the 'magical' beings 'appeared to be flying on their own'. Pictured: The two fairies flying over the Millennium Bridge over the River Tyne in Newcastle. /SOLENTNEWS_085501/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1411050859

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  • Singapore: Luxury Pet Hotel
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    Singapore: Luxury Pet Hotel 11/04/2014 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA SINGAPORE, Nov. 4, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A dog swims in the swimming pool of the luxury pet hotel in Singapore's Dempsey Hill on Nov. 4, 2014. The media preview of Singapore's first luxury pet hotel was held on Tuesday. In this hotel, pets can not only enjoy royal suites, but also SPA, hairdressing, swimming and limousine service. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey) /CHINENOUVELLE_XX3D86~1/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1411041612
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    Singapore: Luxury Pet Hotel
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    SINGAPORE, Nov. 4, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A dog swims in the swimming pool of the luxury pet hotel in Singapore's Dempsey Hill on Nov. 4, 2014. The media preview of Singapore's first luxury pet hotel was held on Tuesday. In this hotel, pets can not only enjoy royal suites, but also SPA, hairdressing, swimming and limousine service. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey) /CHINENOUVELLE_XX3D86~1/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1411041612

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  • Woman turns her spare bedroom into a hospital for hedgehogs, Hemsby, Norfolk, Britain - 03 Nov 2014
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    Woman turns her spare bedroom into a hospital for hedgehogs, Hemsby, Norfolk, Britain - 03 Nov 2014 11/04/2014 Jeremy Durkin/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX (4231548j) One of Tonia Garner's hedgehog patients Woman turns her spare bedroom into a hospital for hedgehogs, Hemsby, Norfolk, Britain - 03 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/plx8 Animal loving Tonia Garner has transformed her spare bedroom into a Hogpital Ward. She treats more than 30 prickly patients at a time who have been inured, abandoned or orphaned. This time of year sees her over run with over run with hedgehog patients but she has vowed never to turn one away. As news of her Hogpital Ward spread, locals began dropping them off at her home at anytime of night or day. Tonia, 50, who taught herself how to care for them online, then sets to work weighing them and administering medication in her mini Hogwards surgery. They are then allocated a bed in specially warned tanks and fed until they are well enough to be released back into the wild. Tonia, who runs the animal sanctuary from her home in Norfolk with husband John. also cares for various other animals but admits the hedgehogs are her favourite. /Rex_Hedgehog_hospital_4231548J//1411041543
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    Woman turns her spare bedroom into a hospital for hedgehogs, Hemsby, Norfolk, Britain - 03 Nov 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeremy Durkin/REX (4231548j) One of Tonia Garner's hedgehog patients Woman turns her spare bedroom into a hospital for hedgehogs, Hemsby, Norfolk, Britain - 03 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/plx8 Animal loving Tonia Garner has transformed her spare bedroom into a Hogpital Ward. She treats more than 30 prickly patients at a time who have been inured, abandoned or orphaned. This time of year sees her over run with over run with hedgehog patients but she has vowed never to turn one away. As news of her Hogpital Ward spread, locals began dropping them off at her home at anytime of night or day. Tonia, 50, who taught herself how to care for them online, then sets to work weighing them and administering medication in her mini Hogwards surgery. They are then allocated a bed in specially warned tanks and fed until they are well enough to be released back into the wild. Tonia, who runs the animal sanctuary from her home in Norfolk with husband John. also cares for various other animals but admits the hedgehogs are her favourite. /Rex_Hedgehog_hospital_4231548J//1411041543

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  • Morris Minor still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles, Aberystwyth, Wales - 01 Nov 2014
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    Morris Minor still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles, Aberystwyth, Wales - 01 Nov 2014 11/04/2014 REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4231492g) John Davies with his Morris Minor 1000 Morris Minor still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles, Aberystwyth, Wales - 01 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/plx1 A pensioner's classic Morris Minor car is still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles. John Davies, 84, registered his Morris Minor 1000 on November 1 1965 and since then the odometer has gone around the clock three times. The retired train driver from Aberystwyth bought the car from his brother in the early 1980s. He said: "My brother was the second owner and he bought the Morris Minor for GBP 350. "Arthur left it at the garage one day and thought it would be scrapped, but I ended up driving it home and it was fine. "I paid GBP 900 to get it all sorted and get it on the road and it's still got the same engine it had when it was built." According to John, who gets the car serviced every year, it has only broken down once, when a piston blew, and he attributes its longevity to doing 'everything by the book'. He still uses it for his shopping trips and says he has no intention of changing it for a younger model. /Rex_Morris_Minor_4231492G//1411041534
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    Morris Minor still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles, Aberystwyth, Wales - 01 Nov 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4231492g) John Davies with his Morris Minor 1000 Morris Minor still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles, Aberystwyth, Wales - 01 Nov 2014 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/plx1 A pensioner's classic Morris Minor car is still going strong after 49 years and 300,000 miles. John Davies, 84, registered his Morris Minor 1000 on November 1 1965 and since then the odometer has gone around the clock three times. The retired train driver from Aberystwyth bought the car from his brother in the early 1980s. He said: "My brother was the second owner and he bought the Morris Minor for GBP 350. "Arthur left it at the garage one day and thought it would be scrapped, but I ended up driving it home and it was fine. "I paid GBP 900 to get it all sorted and get it on the road and it's still got the same engine it had when it was built." According to John, who gets the car serviced every year, it has only broken down once, when a piston blew, and he attributes its longevity to doing 'everything by the book'. He still uses it for his shopping trips and says he has no intention of changing it for a younger model. /Rex_Morris_Minor_4231492G//1411041534

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  • Moustache Competition
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    Moustache Competition 11/04/2014 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA RAJASTHAN, Nov. 4, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A participant shows his moustache at the moustache competition in the annual Pushkar Fair in Pushkar of Rajasthan, India, Nov. 4, 2014. The moustache competition is one of the popular tourist events during the week long Pushkar Fair. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong) /CHINENOUVELLE_123801/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1411041241
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    Moustache Competition
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    RAJASTHAN, Nov. 4, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A participant shows his moustache at the moustache competition in the annual Pushkar Fair in Pushkar of Rajasthan, India, Nov. 4, 2014. The moustache competition is one of the popular tourist events during the week long Pushkar Fair. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong) /CHINENOUVELLE_123801/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1411041241

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  • Newcastle: two fairies flying
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    Newcastle: two fairies flying 11/04/2014 Solent News/SIPA Early bird commuters were stunned on their way to work this morning when they looked to the skies to see two fairies flying over their heads. Shortly before 7am the 3ft tall fairies - covered head-to-toe in tiny sparkling lights - suddenly appeared over the River Tyne in Newcastle. Puzzled passers-by have no explanation as to where they came from as the fairies - which appeared seemingly out of nowhere - fluttered above them. Eye-witnesses standing on the Millennium and Tyne Bridges described how the 'magical' beings 'appeared to be flying on their own'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Two fairies flying over the Tyne Bridge over the River Tyne in Newcastle. ' Solent News & Photo Agency 023 80458800/SOLENTNEWS_1139.01/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411041149
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    Newcastle: two fairies flying
    11/04/2014
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    Early bird commuters were stunned on their way to work this morning when they looked to the skies to see two fairies flying over their heads. Shortly before 7am the 3ft tall fairies - covered head-to-toe in tiny sparkling lights - suddenly appeared over the River Tyne in Newcastle. Puzzled passers-by have no explanation as to where they came from as the fairies - which appeared seemingly out of nowhere - fluttered above them. Eye-witnesses standing on the Millennium and Tyne Bridges described how the 'magical' beings 'appeared to be flying on their own'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Two fairies flying over the Tyne Bridge over the River Tyne in Newcastle. ' Solent News & Photo Agency 023 80458800/SOLENTNEWS_1139.01/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1411041149

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