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  • Dublin Terrifying moment AK-47 assassins disguised as cops storm boxing weigh-in to gun down drugs baron
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    Dublin Terrifying moment AK-47 assassins disguised as cops storm boxing weigh-in to gun down drugs baron 02/07/2016 THE IRISH SUN/SIPA Gangster David Byrne shot dead at boxing weigh-in Dublin Terrifying moment AK-47 assassins disguised as cops storm boxing weigh-in to gun down drugs baron. Drugs baron David Byrne, 32, was left slumped dead against the reception counter as up to four masked gunmen - at least two in SWAT-style police uniforms with metal helmets and one disguised as a woman - burst into a boxing weigh-in. Material must be credited "The Sun/News Syndication" unless otherwise agreed. 100% surcharge if not credited. Online rights need to be cleared separately. Strictly one time use only subject to agreement with News Syndication/THESUN_1501001945/Credit:THE IRISH SUN/SIPA/1602071536
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    Dublin Terrifying moment AK-47 assassins disguised as cops storm boxing weigh-in to gun down drugs baron
    02/07/2016
    THE IRISH SUN/SIPA
    Gangster David Byrne shot dead at boxing weigh-in Dublin Terrifying moment AK-47 assassins disguised as cops storm boxing weigh-in to gun down drugs baron. Drugs baron David Byrne, 32, was left slumped dead against the reception counter as up to four masked gunmen - at least two in SWAT-style police uniforms with metal helmets and one disguised as a woman - burst into a boxing weigh-in. Material must be credited "The Sun/News Syndication" unless otherwise agreed. 100% surcharge if not credited. Online rights need to be cleared separately. Strictly one time use only subject to agreement with News Syndication/THESUN_1501001945/Credit:THE IRISH SUN/SIPA/1602071536

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  • Myanmar Fishermen
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    Myanmar Fishermen 02/06/2016 Marco Bottigelli/HotSpot /SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHS OF MYANMAR FISHERMEN - IN PIC - Three fishermen on Inle Lake in Myanmar. - An Italian photographer travelled to south-east Asia to photograph the unusual fishing technique used by the fishermen of Myanmar. Balancing on one leg with the other wrapped around the boat's oar, these fishermen submerge conical shaped nets into the lake, which is three metres deep, to trap the fish. Photographer Marco Bottigelli travelled to Inle Lake in the Taunggyi District of Shan State, Myanmar, also known as Burma, where the distinctive fishing practice is a regular fixture...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_120901000301/Credit:Marco Bottigelli/HotSpot /SIPA/1602061242
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    Myanmar Fishermen
    02/06/2016
    Marco Bottigelli/HotSpot /SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHS OF MYANMAR FISHERMEN - IN PIC - Three fishermen on Inle Lake in Myanmar. - An Italian photographer travelled to south-east Asia to photograph the unusual fishing technique used by the fishermen of Myanmar. Balancing on one leg with the other wrapped around the boat's oar, these fishermen submerge conical shaped nets into the lake, which is three metres deep, to trap the fish. Photographer Marco Bottigelli travelled to Inle Lake in the Taunggyi District of Shan State, Myanmar, also known as Burma, where the distinctive fishing practice is a regular fixture...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_120901000301/Credit:Marco Bottigelli/HotSpot /SIPA/1602061242

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  • Alien planet
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    Alien planet 02/05/2016 FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATER/SIPA PIC BY FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Dallol volcano pool) - These landscapes are out of this world! It may look like a scene from a science fiction film, but this panoramas are in fact from Terra Firma. Thanks to plenty of salt minerals and heavy elements in the soil, the Dallol volcano in Ethiopia produces brilliantly coloured pools of water at the top of its caldera. And as if to add more to the already stunning sights, the volcano stands out of the salt planes around it, like an island. The volcanic hotspot was created through phreatomagmatic eruptions as a result of magma interacting with water and was altered further thanks to the presence of salt water. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143201000077/Credit:FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATER/SIPA/1602051504
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    Alien planet
    02/05/2016
    FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATER/SIPA
    PIC BY FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Dallol volcano pool) - These landscapes are out of this world! It may look like a scene from a science fiction film, but this panoramas are in fact from Terra Firma. Thanks to plenty of salt minerals and heavy elements in the soil, the Dallol volcano in Ethiopia produces brilliantly coloured pools of water at the top of its caldera. And as if to add more to the already stunning sights, the volcano stands out of the salt planes around it, like an island. The volcanic hotspot was created through phreatomagmatic eruptions as a result of magma interacting with water and was altered further thanks to the presence of salt water. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143201000077/Credit:FRANCESCO PANDOLFO/ CATER/SIPA/1602051504

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  • Justin Timberlake Former Home
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    Justin Timberlake Former Home 02/05/2016 XINHUA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY MICHAEL PELZER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Outdoor pool at 8998 Hubbard Place) - The stunning lakeside home once owned by Justin Timberlake has been sold for a cool .4M (1.65M). A deal closed last week (JAN 28) on the swanky pad in Orlando, Florida, USA. The popstar owned luxurious 8998 Hubbard Place, which comes with a 12-hole putting green, from 1999 to 2006. Situated on Lake Tibet, the 5357 square-foot estate overlooks the water and boasts a gorgeous outdoor pool and spa. The four-bed also comes with four bathrooms a wine cellar and a gourmet kitchen. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144101000031/Credit:XINHUA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602051504
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    Justin Timberlake Former Home
    02/05/2016
    XINHUA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY MICHAEL PELZER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Outdoor pool at 8998 Hubbard Place) - The stunning lakeside home once owned by Justin Timberlake has been sold for a cool .4M (1.65M). A deal closed last week (JAN 28) on the swanky pad in Orlando, Florida, USA. The popstar owned luxurious 8998 Hubbard Place, which comes with a 12-hole putting green, from 1999 to 2006. Situated on Lake Tibet, the 5357 square-foot estate overlooks the water and boasts a gorgeous outdoor pool and spa. The four-bed also comes with four bathrooms a wine cellar and a gourmet kitchen. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144101000031/Credit:XINHUA / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602051504

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  • Smoking giraffe
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    Smoking giraffe 02/05/2016 MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The smoking giraffe) - Holy smokes! Animals do hilarious things and this giraffe appears to have taken a drag on a cigarette. The giraffe, which was seen in the Mkhuze Game Reserve, South Africa, was chewing an animal bone in order to extract minerals, but ended up looking like itd gone for a puff. And thanks to rolling it around in its rubbery lips, the giraffe ended up pulling some hilarious expressions in the process. The photos were taken by Danish wildlife photographer, Mogens Trolle, after he had been out searching for animals to take portraits of. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143478000087/Credit:MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602051504
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    Smoking giraffe
    02/05/2016
    MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The smoking giraffe) - Holy smokes! Animals do hilarious things and this giraffe appears to have taken a drag on a cigarette. The giraffe, which was seen in the Mkhuze Game Reserve, South Africa, was chewing an animal bone in order to extract minerals, but ended up looking like itd gone for a puff. And thanks to rolling it around in its rubbery lips, the giraffe ended up pulling some hilarious expressions in the process. The photos were taken by Danish wildlife photographer, Mogens Trolle, after he had been out searching for animals to take portraits of. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143478000087/Credit:MOGENS TROLLE/ CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602051504

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  • Rare White Kingfisher
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    Rare White Kingfisher 02/05/2016 K.AND M.SUTTON/CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY KEVIN AND MICHELLE SUTTON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The incredibly rare white Kingfisher ) - A couple of amateur photographers were left thrilled after they managed to capture an elusive white kingfisher on camera. The all-white bird had become infamous among photographers at the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda - although it had only been spotted a handful of times. The birds - usually known for their brightly coloured plumage - are often spotted flitting along the river banks. But this unusual critter is believed to suffer from a rare condition called Leucism - meaning its feathers have no pigment. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134501000083/Credit:K.AND M.SUTTON/CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602051503
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    Rare White Kingfisher
    02/05/2016
    K.AND M.SUTTON/CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY KEVIN AND MICHELLE SUTTON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The incredibly rare white Kingfisher ) - A couple of amateur photographers were left thrilled after they managed to capture an elusive white kingfisher on camera. The all-white bird had become infamous among photographers at the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda - although it had only been spotted a handful of times. The birds - usually known for their brightly coloured plumage - are often spotted flitting along the river banks. But this unusual critter is believed to suffer from a rare condition called Leucism - meaning its feathers have no pigment. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134501000083/Credit:K.AND M.SUTTON/CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602051503

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  • Leopard surprise
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    Leopard surprise 02/05/2016 NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS /SIPA PIC BY NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The hidden leopard) - This is the startling moment a leopard sprung a surprise attack on a flock of birds - right in front of a tourist group. The spectacular sighting - captured in Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa - was so unexpected, the filter almost drops their camera. The leopard is perfectly camouflaged within a bush to the side of the road as the tourists approach, tailing a group of Guinea fowl waddling along the dirt path in front of their open-top safari Jeep. But split seconds after the birds begin to fly away, the predator can be seen springing into action, leaping several feet into the air to try and claw one of the birds midair. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1500000015/Credit:NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS /SIPA/1602051504
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    Leopard surprise
    02/05/2016
    NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The hidden leopard) - This is the startling moment a leopard sprung a surprise attack on a flock of birds - right in front of a tourist group. The spectacular sighting - captured in Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa - was so unexpected, the filter almost drops their camera. The leopard is perfectly camouflaged within a bush to the side of the road as the tourists approach, tailing a group of Guinea fowl waddling along the dirt path in front of their open-top safari Jeep. But split seconds after the birds begin to fly away, the predator can be seen springing into action, leaping several feet into the air to try and claw one of the birds midair. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1500000015/Credit:NADAV OSSENDRYVER/CATERS /SIPA/1602051504

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  • Kinder surprise bump
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    Kinder surprise bump 02/05/2016 Mercury Press/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: Bobbie-Jo Howarth, 23, and her partner Adam Gill)A young couple expecting their first baby announced their surprise news in an unconventional fashion after the mum-to-be had a KINDER EGG painted on her stomach. Bobbie-Jo Howarth, 23, came up with the sweet way to share her news over Facebook after her first scan earlier this week. Hairdresser Bobbie-Jo, from Blackpool, Lancashire, couldn???t wait to announce the pregnancy to friends and family members, but wanted to come up with something ???a bit different??? to share the news. The mum-to-be enlisted the help of her friend Heather McKenzie, who spent an hour and a half carefully painting the image from the popular chocolate wrapper on Bobbie-Jo???s stomach. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144001000010/Credit:Mercury Press/SIPA/1602051504
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    Kinder surprise bump
    02/05/2016
    Mercury Press/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: Bobbie-Jo Howarth, 23, and her partner Adam Gill)A young couple expecting their first baby announced their surprise news in an unconventional fashion after the mum-to-be had a KINDER EGG painted on her stomach. Bobbie-Jo Howarth, 23, came up with the sweet way to share her news over Facebook after her first scan earlier this week. Hairdresser Bobbie-Jo, from Blackpool, Lancashire, couldn???t wait to announce the pregnancy to friends and family members, but wanted to come up with something ???a bit different??? to share the news. The mum-to-be enlisted the help of her friend Heather McKenzie, who spent an hour and a half carefully painting the image from the popular chocolate wrapper on Bobbie-Jo???s stomach. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144001000010/Credit:Mercury Press/SIPA/1602051504

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  • The new textured chocolate bars
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    The new textured chocolate bars 02/05/2016 Designed by nendo/Solent /SIPA Pictured: The new textured chocolate bars. A textured chocolate bar with 12 segments has been found to change the treat's flavour. 'Chocolatexture' uses different patterns to create textured chocolate with the flavour intensified or subdued depending on the pattern on the segment. Unlike conventional chocolate bars, the 12x3 bar uses various textures including stripes, dots, and zigzags to create a 3D segment. The Japanese company behind the unusual chocolate, Nendo, created the bar after finding that different textures could affect the flavour. There are five different flavoured bars, each with 12 different textured segments, including milk chocolate, strawberry, white, dark and matcha - a green tea. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_08110000369/Credit:Designed by nendo/Solent /SIPA/1602050827
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    The new textured chocolate bars
    02/05/2016
    Designed by nendo/Solent /SIPA
    Pictured: The new textured chocolate bars. A textured chocolate bar with 12 segments has been found to change the treat's flavour. 'Chocolatexture' uses different patterns to create textured chocolate with the flavour intensified or subdued depending on the pattern on the segment. Unlike conventional chocolate bars, the 12x3 bar uses various textures including stripes, dots, and zigzags to create a 3D segment. The Japanese company behind the unusual chocolate, Nendo, created the bar after finding that different textures could affect the flavour. There are five different flavoured bars, each with 12 different textured segments, including milk chocolate, strawberry, white, dark and matcha - a green tea. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_08110000369/Credit:Designed by nendo/Solent /SIPA/1602050827

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  • Castle Inside Suburban Home
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    Castle Inside Suburban Home 02/04/2016 BONNIE SAXTON/CATERS/SIPA PIC BY BONNIE SAXTON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Living room) - The interior of this property looks fit for a king - but it is actually just the inside of a plain suburban home. Situated in Newport, Oregon, USA, the house features such antique extravagances as curtains worth 4,000, Renaissance furniture from Europe, and stain glass windows from the 18th Century. Some of the walls are covered in materials worth a reported 50 a yard, while paintings and murals cover ceilings, and chandeliers hang in its rooms. Despite the breath-taking interior, the plain property is on the market for a modest 99,000 (275,000). - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1517.001/Credit:BONNIE SAXTON/CATERS/SIPA/1602041529
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    Castle Inside Suburban Home
    02/04/2016
    BONNIE SAXTON/CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY BONNIE SAXTON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Living room) - The interior of this property looks fit for a king - but it is actually just the inside of a plain suburban home. Situated in Newport, Oregon, USA, the house features such antique extravagances as curtains worth 4,000, Renaissance furniture from Europe, and stain glass windows from the 18th Century. Some of the walls are covered in materials worth a reported 50 a yard, while paintings and murals cover ceilings, and chandeliers hang in its rooms. Despite the breath-taking interior, the plain property is on the market for a modest 99,000 (275,000). - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1517.001/Credit:BONNIE SAXTON/CATERS/SIPA/1602041529

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  • Pigeon Vs Sparrow
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    Pigeon Vs Sparrow 02/04/2016 Simon Dell/Mercury Press/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: The sparrow before approaching the feeder)This is the moment a David and Goliath bird feeder battle was caught on camera when a brave sparrow managed to get away with a meal. The plucky intruder was faced with a pigeon rival 20 times his weight when it arrived to grab some food in a Sheffield back garden. Watching from the wings was homeowner Simon Dell, 42, who witnessed the bullying pigeon peck and harass the smaller bird again and again. But undaunted the smaller bird managed to grab a meal and swooped away to a nearby hedge to eat his victorious snack in peace. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143501000127/Credit:Simon Dell/Mercury Press/SIPA/1602041456
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    Pigeon Vs Sparrow
    02/04/2016
    Simon Dell/Mercury Press/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: The sparrow before approaching the feeder)This is the moment a David and Goliath bird feeder battle was caught on camera when a brave sparrow managed to get away with a meal. The plucky intruder was faced with a pigeon rival 20 times his weight when it arrived to grab some food in a Sheffield back garden. Watching from the wings was homeowner Simon Dell, 42, who witnessed the bullying pigeon peck and harass the smaller bird again and again. But undaunted the smaller bird managed to grab a meal and swooped away to a nearby hedge to eat his victorious snack in peace. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143501000127/Credit:Simon Dell/Mercury Press/SIPA/1602041456

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  • Lenticular clouds
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    Lenticular clouds 02/04/2016 BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: lenticular cloud forming) - Clouds about that! These are the stunning scenes of lenticular clouds passing over windswept mountain ranges. The clouds, which were spotted over a day near Flagstaff, Arizona, were captured by Bryan Snider, 30, a photographer from Phoenix, Arizona. The clouds mirror a stack of pancakes and form near mountain ranges downwind. As moist air flows over the mountain it creates standing waves which help form the clouds. As the moist air reaches dew point, the moist air condenses and a lenticular cloud is created. Bryan said: The lenticular clouds are by far the most unique formation as they mirror a stack of pancakes, or even a UFO. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1422101000111/Credit:BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041444
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    Lenticular clouds
    02/04/2016
    BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: lenticular cloud forming) - Clouds about that! These are the stunning scenes of lenticular clouds passing over windswept mountain ranges. The clouds, which were spotted over a day near Flagstaff, Arizona, were captured by Bryan Snider, 30, a photographer from Phoenix, Arizona. The clouds mirror a stack of pancakes and form near mountain ranges downwind. As moist air flows over the mountain it creates standing waves which help form the clouds. As the moist air reaches dew point, the moist air condenses and a lenticular cloud is created. Bryan said: The lenticular clouds are by far the most unique formation as they mirror a stack of pancakes, or even a UFO. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1422101000111/Credit:BRYAN SNIDER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041444

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  • Camouflaged insects
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    Camouflaged insects 02/04/2016 PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Bark spider ) - Check out these bugs lives! The tiny insects are so well camouflaged that it is nearly impossible to make out these cleverly disguised critters. Paul Bertner, 31, from Canada, attempted to catch the bugs in their natural habitats as part of a hide and seek game and to show the level of biodiversity in nature. But while its now easy for Paul, a forester, to pick out the outline of a bug concealed in the undergrowth, he admits that it is definitely a skill to be able to spot the irregularities in natural patterns which give the insects away. By using macrophotography techniques, Paul was able to get right up close and personal to the insects, helping to show their bodies against the backdrop. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141501000080/Credit:PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602041444
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    Camouflaged insects
    02/04/2016
    PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Bark spider ) - Check out these bugs lives! The tiny insects are so well camouflaged that it is nearly impossible to make out these cleverly disguised critters. Paul Bertner, 31, from Canada, attempted to catch the bugs in their natural habitats as part of a hide and seek game and to show the level of biodiversity in nature. But while its now easy for Paul, a forester, to pick out the outline of a bug concealed in the undergrowth, he admits that it is definitely a skill to be able to spot the irregularities in natural patterns which give the insects away. By using macrophotography techniques, Paul was able to get right up close and personal to the insects, helping to show their bodies against the backdrop. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141501000080/Credit:PAUL BERTNER / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602041444

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  • Jetman flights
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    Jetman flights 02/04/2016 MAX HAIM/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA *** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ANDRE BERNET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Yves Rossy & Vince Reffet flying over Dubai) - Theres a rocket man soaring across Dubai! Two daredevil skydivers have been seen rocketing across the sky, powered by a jet-engine and carbon fibre wing. Vince Reffet and Yves Jetman Rossy, the first man to fly with jet-engines strapped to his back, cruised past Dubais landmarks like the Buj Khalifa in what is the first twin human formation flight. The pairs flight is designed to help them develop a jetman wing and help implement technological changes to advance a goal of human flight. Over the past decade the journey of Jetman Dubai, the company behind the jetman wing, has seen them develop more than 15 prototypes in order to perfect their design. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142001000101/Credit:MAX HAIM/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041444
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    Jetman flights
    02/04/2016
    MAX HAIM/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    *** MANDATORY BYLINE PIC BY ANDRE BERNET/ CATERS NEWS *** - (PICTURED: Yves Rossy & Vince Reffet flying over Dubai) - Theres a rocket man soaring across Dubai! Two daredevil skydivers have been seen rocketing across the sky, powered by a jet-engine and carbon fibre wing. Vince Reffet and Yves Jetman Rossy, the first man to fly with jet-engines strapped to his back, cruised past Dubais landmarks like the Buj Khalifa in what is the first twin human formation flight. The pairs flight is designed to help them develop a jetman wing and help implement technological changes to advance a goal of human flight. Over the past decade the journey of Jetman Dubai, the company behind the jetman wing, has seen them develop more than 15 prototypes in order to perfect their design. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142001000101/Credit:MAX HAIM/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041444

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  • Double Headed Zebra
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    Double Headed Zebra 02/04/2016 GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A moment before the illusion.) This is the moment two zebras stripes blended so perfectly that they appear to be SIAMESE ZEBRAS.The mind-boggling capture clearly shows one head, which seemingly belongs to two bodies. However, it is in fact just an optical illusion which is the result of a well-timed shot by Gal Zanir, 24. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124101000033/Credit:GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041254
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    Double Headed Zebra
    02/04/2016
    GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A moment before the illusion.) This is the moment two zebras stripes blended so perfectly that they appear to be SIAMESE ZEBRAS.The mind-boggling capture clearly shows one head, which seemingly belongs to two bodies. However, it is in fact just an optical illusion which is the result of a well-timed shot by Gal Zanir, 24. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124101000033/Credit:GAL ZANIR / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041254

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  • Alison Teal Plays With Dolphins
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    Alison Teal Plays With Dolphins 02/04/2016 SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Alison Teal playing the Leaf Game with wild dolphin in Hawaii) - A real-life Indiana Jane has taught her adoptive family of dolphins how to play fetch with a leaf. Alison Teal, famous for her adventurous life in Hawaii, concocted the game with the playful pod as a child. The surfer chick swims out to a secret bay on the tropical island with a leaf secured in her bikini. Once she is with the pod, the animals flick the leaf back and forth with their fins. Explorer Alison, 30, grew up with the ocean as her playground and describes the wild dolphins, who she swims with once a week, as her best friends. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145201000036/Credit:SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041254
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    Alison Teal Plays With Dolphins
    02/04/2016
    SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS - (Pictured: Alison Teal playing the Leaf Game with wild dolphin in Hawaii) - A real-life Indiana Jane has taught her adoptive family of dolphins how to play fetch with a leaf. Alison Teal, famous for her adventurous life in Hawaii, concocted the game with the playful pod as a child. The surfer chick swims out to a secret bay on the tropical island with a leaf secured in her bikini. Once she is with the pod, the animals flick the leaf back and forth with their fins. Explorer Alison, 30, grew up with the ocean as her playground and describes the wild dolphins, who she swims with once a week, as her best friends. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145201000036/Credit:SARAH LEE / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041254

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  • Monkey Bum
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    Monkey Bum 02/04/2016 CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NE/SIPA PIC FROM CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The smaller monkey inspects the larger ones bottom. ) - This is the hilarious moment two monkeys were caught in a compromising position with one inspecting the others BUM. The two monkeys were pictured on a wall,the larger of the two monkeys had his head resting on the wall and its tail in the air, while the other took a closer look at its bottom. It is thought the two monkeys were grooming each other, a common practice amongst monkeys who often help each other with hard to reach places. The image was taken by photographer Charlie Lynam at his home in the Umbabat Game Reserve. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121101000010/Credit:CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NE/SIPA/1602041233
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    Monkey Bum
    02/04/2016
    CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC FROM CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The smaller monkey inspects the larger ones bottom. ) - This is the hilarious moment two monkeys were caught in a compromising position with one inspecting the others BUM. The two monkeys were pictured on a wall,the larger of the two monkeys had his head resting on the wall and its tail in the air, while the other took a closer look at its bottom. It is thought the two monkeys were grooming each other, a common practice amongst monkeys who often help each other with hard to reach places. The image was taken by photographer Charlie Lynam at his home in the Umbabat Game Reserve. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121101000010/Credit:CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NE/SIPA/1602041233

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  • Bizarre Body Art Photographs
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    Bizarre Body Art Photographs 02/04/2016 ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Secret Friends by AnaHell) - A creative photographer has found a unique way to capture human bodies - which will almost certainly need a double take. Artist AnaHell has her models bend over and draws caricature faces on to their exposed skin while the rest of their figure is disguised with clothing and wigs. The resulting image reveals an eerie illusion that is part human, part mystical creature. Titled Secret Friends the mischievous series features the models dressed up and placed in every day surroundings. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121901000001/Credit:ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041234
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    Bizarre Body Art Photographs
    02/04/2016
    ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Secret Friends by AnaHell) - A creative photographer has found a unique way to capture human bodies - which will almost certainly need a double take. Artist AnaHell has her models bend over and draws caricature faces on to their exposed skin while the rest of their figure is disguised with clothing and wigs. The resulting image reveals an eerie illusion that is part human, part mystical creature. Titled Secret Friends the mischievous series features the models dressed up and placed in every day surroundings. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_121901000001/Credit:ANAHELL / CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602041234

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  • Snow covered copper mine
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    Snow covered copper mine 02/04/2016 PPF/WENN.COM/SIPA A drone captures the amazing image of a snow covered copper mine located near the village of Tsar Asen (King Asen) at an elevation of around 300m above sea level Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tsar Asen, Bulgaria When: 04 Feb 2016 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/dwp_bulgarian_frozen_copper_mine_040216.wenn23448194/1602041137
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    Snow covered copper mine
    02/04/2016
    PPF/WENN.COM/SIPA
    A drone captures the amazing image of a snow covered copper mine located near the village of Tsar Asen (King Asen) at an elevation of around 300m above sea level Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tsar Asen, Bulgaria When: 04 Feb 2016 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/dwp_bulgarian_frozen_copper_mine_040216.wenn23448194/1602041137

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  • Stuffed toy animals for orphaned creatures campaign, Manaus, Brazil - Feb 2016
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    Stuffed toy animals for orphaned creatures campaign, Manaus, Brazil - Feb 2016 02/04/2016 Semmas/Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX Shutterstock. Credit must be used. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX/Shutterstock (5580391c) A monkey cuddles a stuffed toy animal Stuffed toy animals for orphaned creatures campaign, Manaus, Brazil - Feb 2016 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rx4q These orphan animals are finding comfort thanks to stuffed animals. A campaign began in November to help decress stress of wild animals cubs rescued from the Amazon in Brazil. The drive, launched by Semmas, the secretary of environment and sustainability in Manaus, the capital of the state of Amazonas, has so far seen 63 cuddly toys delivered to collection points located in the Semmas headquarters in Silver Village, the Children's City Park in Aleixo, and Refuge Sauim Castanheiras, Currently, the Sauim Castanheiras refuge houses 13 young creatures, including sloths and small monkeys. A spokesperson for Semmas, Municipal Secretary for the Environment and Sustainability, the Goverment department behind the organisation, says: "The orphaned animals remain attached to the stuffed animals as if they were attached to their mothers, as they supply the need for affection and warmth." /Rex_Stuffed_toy_animals_for_orphaned_creatures_5580391C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX Shutterstock. Credit must be used. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041029
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    Stuffed toy animals for orphaned creatures campaign, Manaus, Brazil - Feb 2016
    02/04/2016
    Semmas/Shutterstock/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX Shutterstock. Credit must be used. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX/Shutterstock (5580391c) A monkey cuddles a stuffed toy animal Stuffed toy animals for orphaned creatures campaign, Manaus, Brazil - Feb 2016 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rx4q These orphan animals are finding comfort thanks to stuffed animals. A campaign began in November to help decress stress of wild animals cubs rescued from the Amazon in Brazil. The drive, launched by Semmas, the secretary of environment and sustainability in Manaus, the capital of the state of Amazonas, has so far seen 63 cuddly toys delivered to collection points located in the Semmas headquarters in Silver Village, the Children's City Park in Aleixo, and Refuge Sauim Castanheiras, Currently, the Sauim Castanheiras refuge houses 13 young creatures, including sloths and small monkeys. A spokesperson for Semmas, Municipal Secretary for the Environment and Sustainability, the Goverment department behind the organisation, says: "The orphaned animals remain attached to the stuffed animals as if they were attached to their mothers, as they supply the need for affection and warmth." /Rex_Stuffed_toy_animals_for_orphaned_creatures_5580391C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Arlesson Sicsú/Semmas/REX Shutterstock. Credit must be used. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041029

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  • Taronga Zoo celebrates birth of first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years, Sydney, Australia - 04 Feb 2016
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    Taronga Zoo celebrates birth of first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years, Sydney, Australia - 04 Feb 2016 02/04/2016 Taronga Zoo/Shutterstoc/SIPA CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX/Shutterstock (5580641c) The two meerkat pups Taronga Zoo celebrates birth of first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years, Sydney, Australia - 04 Feb 2016 Taronga Zoo is celebrating the birth of its first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years. The two pups were born to first-time parents Nairobi and Maputo on 7 January, but have just begun venturing out of their nest box to explore Taronga?s African-themed Meerkat exhibit this week. ?They were initially a little wary of this big new world outside, but with a bit of encouragement from mum and dad they started to explore,? said Keeper, Courtney Mahony. The as yet unnamed pups? sex will be confirmed later this month when they have their first vaccinations and a veterinary examination, although keepers suspect there is a male and a female. They have started to do quick hands on health checks and are weighing the pups regularly to ensure they are healthy and comfortable in the presence of keepers. /Rex_Taronga_Zoo_celebrates_birth_of_first_Meer_5580641C/CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041023
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    Taronga Zoo celebrates birth of first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years, Sydney, Australia - 04 Feb 2016
    02/04/2016
    Taronga Zoo/Shutterstoc/SIPA
    CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX/Shutterstock (5580641c) The two meerkat pups Taronga Zoo celebrates birth of first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years, Sydney, Australia - 04 Feb 2016 Taronga Zoo is celebrating the birth of its first Meerkat pups in nearly seven years. The two pups were born to first-time parents Nairobi and Maputo on 7 January, but have just begun venturing out of their nest box to explore Taronga?s African-themed Meerkat exhibit this week. ?They were initially a little wary of this big new world outside, but with a bit of encouragement from mum and dad they started to explore,? said Keeper, Courtney Mahony. The as yet unnamed pups? sex will be confirmed later this month when they have their first vaccinations and a veterinary examination, although keepers suspect there is a male and a female. They have started to do quick hands on health checks and are weighing the pups regularly to ensure they are healthy and comfortable in the presence of keepers. /Rex_Taronga_Zoo_celebrates_birth_of_first_Meer_5580641C/CREDIT: Paul Fahy/Taronga Zoo/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041023

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  • Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur, Madagascar  - 27 Nov 2015
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    Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur, Madagascar - 27 Nov 2015 02/04/2016 Shannon Benson/Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shannon Benson/REX/Shutterstock (5580323f) The Eastern lesser bamboo lemur does a head tilt for the camera Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur, Madagascar - 27 Nov 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rx5e An adorable Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur can be seen pulling a sultry head tilt at the camera...perhaps in time for Valentine's Day? Wildlife photographer Shannon Benson captured the amusing moment whilst in Madagascar. The Eastern lesser bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus), also known as the grey bamboo lemur and the grey gentle lemur, is a small lemur endemic to Madagascar. /Rex_Bamboo_Lemur_does_head_tilt_for_camera_5580323F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041046
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    Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur, Madagascar - 27 Nov 2015
    02/04/2016
    Shannon Benson/Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shannon Benson/REX/Shutterstock (5580323f) The Eastern lesser bamboo lemur does a head tilt for the camera Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur, Madagascar - 27 Nov 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rx5e An adorable Eastern Lesser Bamboo Lemur can be seen pulling a sultry head tilt at the camera...perhaps in time for Valentine's Day? Wildlife photographer Shannon Benson captured the amusing moment whilst in Madagascar. The Eastern lesser bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus), also known as the grey bamboo lemur and the grey gentle lemur, is a small lemur endemic to Madagascar. /Rex_Bamboo_Lemur_does_head_tilt_for_camera_5580323F/MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602041046

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  • Enormous crocodile removed from main beach in Townsville, Queensland, Australia - 03 Feb 2016
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    Enormous crocodile removed from main beach in Townsville, Queensland, Australia - 03 Feb 2016 02/04/2016 Newspix/Shutterstock/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Evan Morgan/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock (5581263c) Operation to subdue and capture the 4.7m saltwater crocodile Enormous crocodile removed from main beach in Townsville, Queensland, Australia - 03 Feb 2016 An enormous 4.7m saltwater crocodile has been removed from the main tourist beach in Townsville in Australia after an epic man versus predator struggle. The reptile was so large it required eight people to haul it onto a trailer following an intense and potentially dangerous operation to extract the beast from shallow waters off Tobruk Pool. At least five Department of Environment and Heritage Protection officers on both the water and the shoreline worked under torchlight to subdue the croc. Ropes were used to tether the monster reptile before it was dragged up the beach behind an EHP dual-cab ute. Rangers were forced to stop several times to clear sand that was banking up in the croc?s gaping mouth. The concern was the sand could have broken the croc?s jaw. The animal, which was described by one ranger as a 50-year-old "bruiser", will now be rehomed at a farm or zoo. /Rex_Enormous_crocodile_removed_from_main_beach_5581263C/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1602041047
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    Enormous crocodile removed from main beach in Townsville, Queensland, Australia - 03 Feb 2016
    02/04/2016
    Newspix/Shutterstock/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Evan Morgan/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock (5581263c) Operation to subdue and capture the 4.7m saltwater crocodile Enormous crocodile removed from main beach in Townsville, Queensland, Australia - 03 Feb 2016 An enormous 4.7m saltwater crocodile has been removed from the main tourist beach in Townsville in Australia after an epic man versus predator struggle. The reptile was so large it required eight people to haul it onto a trailer following an intense and potentially dangerous operation to extract the beast from shallow waters off Tobruk Pool. At least five Department of Environment and Heritage Protection officers on both the water and the shoreline worked under torchlight to subdue the croc. Ropes were used to tether the monster reptile before it was dragged up the beach behind an EHP dual-cab ute. Rangers were forced to stop several times to clear sand that was banking up in the croc?s gaping mouth. The concern was the sand could have broken the croc?s jaw. The animal, which was described by one ranger as a 50-year-old "bruiser", will now be rehomed at a farm or zoo. /Rex_Enormous_crocodile_removed_from_main_beach_5581263C/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1602041047

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  • Impala Hangs From Tree
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    Impala Hangs From Tree 02/04/2016 INGOGERLACH.COM/CATERS NE/SIPA **MANDATORY BYLINE** PIC FROM INGOGERLACH.COM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The body of an impala hangs from a tree as the leopards look on.) - This leopard mum and her cub found a rather novel way to keep other animals away from their food - by hanging it in a TREE. After securing the kill and sampling the meat, they decided to save the rest for later. The incredible pictures were captured by German photographer Ingo Gerlach, in Maasai Mara, Kenya. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1201000016/Credit:INGOGERLACH.COM/CATERS NE/SIPA/1602041208
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    Impala Hangs From Tree
    02/04/2016
    INGOGERLACH.COM/CATERS NE/SIPA
    **MANDATORY BYLINE** PIC FROM INGOGERLACH.COM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The body of an impala hangs from a tree as the leopards look on.) - This leopard mum and her cub found a rather novel way to keep other animals away from their food - by hanging it in a TREE. After securing the kill and sampling the meat, they decided to save the rest for later. The incredible pictures were captured by German photographer Ingo Gerlach, in Maasai Mara, Kenya. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1201000016/Credit:INGOGERLACH.COM/CATERS NE/SIPA/1602041208

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  • France Hamlet for Migrants
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    France Hamlet for Migrants 02/03/2016 Thibault Camus/AP/SIPA Actors perform Hamlet, Wednesday Feb.3, 2016 in the refugees camp of Calais, northern France. The Globe theater company took "Hamlet" to Calais , bringing one of Shakespeare's best-known plays to an audience that almost certainly would rather see it in his native country. The play is hosted by the Good Chance theater in the heart of the camp, one of numerous structures set up by volunteers to fill the void for its displaced residents. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)/CAL103/71055520193/1602031704
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    France Hamlet for Migrants
    02/03/2016
    Thibault Camus/AP/SIPA
    Actors perform Hamlet, Wednesday Feb.3, 2016 in the refugees camp of Calais, northern France. The Globe theater company took "Hamlet" to Calais , bringing one of Shakespeare's best-known plays to an audience that almost certainly would rather see it in his native country. The play is hosted by the Good Chance theater in the heart of the camp, one of numerous structures set up by volunteers to fill the void for its displaced residents. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)/CAL103/71055520193/1602031704

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  • Owl asks for forgiveness
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    Owl asks for forgiveness 02/03/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PRESS (PICTURED: THE LITTLE OWLS PLAY FIGHTING)Don???t act all hooty, owl make it up to you. These pictures capture two Little owls sharing a classic moment of friendship. The fledgling owls, caught on camera in Israel???s Judean desert, appear to enjoy a play-fight as one perched itself on top of the other whilst pecking at each other. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_164402/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602031650
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    Owl asks for forgiveness
    02/03/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PRESS (PICTURED: THE LITTLE OWLS PLAY FIGHTING)Don???t act all hooty, owl make it up to you. These pictures capture two Little owls sharing a classic moment of friendship. The fledgling owls, caught on camera in Israel???s Judean desert, appear to enjoy a play-fight as one perched itself on top of the other whilst pecking at each other. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_164402/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602031650

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  • Stunning Photographs Capture Toronto's Beauty In Puddles
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    Stunning Photographs Capture Toronto's Beauty In Puddles 02/03/2016 GuidoGutierrez Ruiz/HotSp/SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHS CAPTURE TORONTO'S BEAUTY IN PUDDLES - IN PIC - A reflection captured in a puddle, taken in Toronto. - A Canadian photographer has captured crystal clear mirror images of Toronto's architecture reflected in puddles - simply by using his iPhone. 26-year-old Guido Gutierrez Ruiz, who was born in Toronto, Canada, walked over five miles to snap the stunning reflections of the city. Guido, who now lives in Madrid, Spain says: "I started taking photographs with my phone around three years ago as a hobby...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_15230000055/Credit:GuidoGutierrez Ruiz/HotSp/SIPA/1602031626
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    Stunning Photographs Capture Toronto's Beauty In Puddles
    02/03/2016
    GuidoGutierrez Ruiz/HotSp/SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHS CAPTURE TORONTO'S BEAUTY IN PUDDLES - IN PIC - A reflection captured in a puddle, taken in Toronto. - A Canadian photographer has captured crystal clear mirror images of Toronto's architecture reflected in puddles - simply by using his iPhone. 26-year-old Guido Gutierrez Ruiz, who was born in Toronto, Canada, walked over five miles to snap the stunning reflections of the city. Guido, who now lives in Madrid, Spain says: "I started taking photographs with my phone around three years ago as a hobby...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_15230000055/Credit:GuidoGutierrez Ruiz/HotSp/SIPA/1602031626

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  • Invisible climber
    00740591
    Invisible climber 02/03/2016 JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS/SIPA PIC BY JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Will Sim climbing the North West face of Mount Deborah) - Spot the climber! Itll take a sharp eye to suss this mountaineer from the craggy cliff face that hes scaling. Will Sim and Jon Griffith were spotted making the first ascent of a new route on the North West face of Mount Deborah, Alaska, which they have since nicknamed Bad to the Bone. The friends decided to make the climb after Will read about the 1978 North Face expedition of Mount Deborah and the 1982 first ascent of its East Ridge, before looking for previously unclimbed sections of the eastern Hayes range. While the pair had initially planned to take a ski plane to the Gillam Glacier before making their ascent, it wasnt until the morning of the climb that they weather conditions would make it impossible and instead had to helicopter to their start point. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1516.009/Credit:JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS/SIPA/1602031551
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    Invisible climber
    02/03/2016
    JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Will Sim climbing the North West face of Mount Deborah) - Spot the climber! Itll take a sharp eye to suss this mountaineer from the craggy cliff face that hes scaling. Will Sim and Jon Griffith were spotted making the first ascent of a new route on the North West face of Mount Deborah, Alaska, which they have since nicknamed Bad to the Bone. The friends decided to make the climb after Will read about the 1978 North Face expedition of Mount Deborah and the 1982 first ascent of its East Ridge, before looking for previously unclimbed sections of the eastern Hayes range. While the pair had initially planned to take a ski plane to the Gillam Glacier before making their ascent, it wasnt until the morning of the climb that they weather conditions would make it impossible and instead had to helicopter to their start point. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1516.009/Credit:JONATHAN GRIFFITH/ CATERS/SIPA/1602031551

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  • Real life prince and princess
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    Real life prince and princess 02/03/2016 SIMON JACOBS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Louisa Lanza dressed as a disney princess) - An attractive couple are paying for their 5k wedding by dressing up as a real life prince and princess. Louisa Lanza, 22, from West Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, fairy-tale romance with fianc, Peter Sackett, first began three-years ago when the couple met on a train platform. Within two-years the couple got engaged at the same place they first laid eyes upon one another just like the plot of a film. Now to fundraise for their dream wedding the pair have decided to use their passion for musical performance and Disney by dressing up as a real life prince and princess. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_151801000021/Credit:SIMON JACOBS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602031552
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    Real life prince and princess
    02/03/2016
    SIMON JACOBS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Louisa Lanza dressed as a disney princess) - An attractive couple are paying for their 5k wedding by dressing up as a real life prince and princess. Louisa Lanza, 22, from West Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, fairy-tale romance with fianc, Peter Sackett, first began three-years ago when the couple met on a train platform. Within two-years the couple got engaged at the same place they first laid eyes upon one another just like the plot of a film. Now to fundraise for their dream wedding the pair have decided to use their passion for musical performance and Disney by dressing up as a real life prince and princess. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_151801000021/Credit:SIMON JACOBS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602031552

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  • Monkey steals toast
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    Monkey steals toast 02/03/2016 LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS/SIPA PIC BY LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the monkey steals the toast) - What a cheeky monkey! This hungry primate was caught on camera nabbing a familys breakfast - from straight off the table. Photographer Leigh Lofgren, 61, was eating breakfast with her husband Bob while on safari in South Africa. But she noticed a group of monkeys getting closer and closer to where they were eating - and as soon as a family dining at the next table stood up to leave, the mischief-makers took their chance. Leigh said: We had returned from the morning safari and had gone for breakfast. There was a table of six French people at a larger table at the end of the deck and the camp staff had been using slingshots to keep the monkeys at bay. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1516.030/Credit:LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS/SIPA/1602031551
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    Monkey steals toast
    02/03/2016
    LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the monkey steals the toast) - What a cheeky monkey! This hungry primate was caught on camera nabbing a familys breakfast - from straight off the table. Photographer Leigh Lofgren, 61, was eating breakfast with her husband Bob while on safari in South Africa. But she noticed a group of monkeys getting closer and closer to where they were eating - and as soon as a family dining at the next table stood up to leave, the mischief-makers took their chance. Leigh said: We had returned from the morning safari and had gone for breakfast. There was a table of six French people at a larger table at the end of the deck and the camp staff had been using slingshots to keep the monkeys at bay. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1516.030/Credit:LEIGH LOFGREN / CATERS/SIPA/1602031551

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  • Abstract body art
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    Abstract body art 02/03/2016 ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATER/SIPA PIC BY ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Behind the scene shots, showing Anastasia painting one of her models) - These are the amazing results of a make-up artist who has taken body paint to an incredible level. Anastasia Durasova, 31, from Russia, has been body painting for more than half her life, having painted a classmate aged just 15. Now she has created a series of artworks, taking inspiration from natural and abstract concepts, using models and dancers who had time to spare for her. Since it takes Anastasia between six and eight hours to paint the torso of one of her models and 12 hours to complete the entire body, the process was a laborious one. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_153911000030/Credit:ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATER/SIPA/1602031552
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    Abstract body art
    02/03/2016
    ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATER/SIPA
    PIC BY ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Behind the scene shots, showing Anastasia painting one of her models) - These are the amazing results of a make-up artist who has taken body paint to an incredible level. Anastasia Durasova, 31, from Russia, has been body painting for more than half her life, having painted a classmate aged just 15. Now she has created a series of artworks, taking inspiration from natural and abstract concepts, using models and dancers who had time to spare for her. Since it takes Anastasia between six and eight hours to paint the torso of one of her models and 12 hours to complete the entire body, the process was a laborious one. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_153911000030/Credit:ANASTASIA DURASOVA/ CATER/SIPA/1602031552

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  • Chicks in Hats Series
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    Chicks in Hats Series 02/03/2016 JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chick wearing hat.) This simply-named photography series offers exactly what it says: adorable fluffy chicks wearing a variety of human hats. Julie Perons Chicks in Hats series features the tiny birds in bowlers, top hats and even a wedding veil. Mother-of-two Julie has been working on the series since 2011, when she and one of her daughters made hats for their little chicks, photographing the process. Since then, Julie - who lives on a farm in Central Maine, USA - has taken more than 15,000 snaps, averaging between 3,000 and 4,000 shots each season - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144101000015/Credit:JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602031453
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    Chicks in Hats Series
    02/03/2016
    JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Chick wearing hat.) This simply-named photography series offers exactly what it says: adorable fluffy chicks wearing a variety of human hats. Julie Perons Chicks in Hats series features the tiny birds in bowlers, top hats and even a wedding veil. Mother-of-two Julie has been working on the series since 2011, when she and one of her daughters made hats for their little chicks, photographing the process. Since then, Julie - who lives on a farm in Central Maine, USA - has taken more than 15,000 snaps, averaging between 3,000 and 4,000 shots each season - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144101000015/Credit:JULIE PERSON / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602031453

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  • Caters Paraglider Aerial Barrel Roll Over Castle
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    Caters Paraglider Aerial Barrel Roll Over Castle 02/03/2016 MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Paraglider Manuel Nubel turns towards Neuschwanstein Castle as he prepares his manoeuvre) - An adrenaline junkie performed a stunning mid-air barrel roll - while paragliding mere metres above a picturesque castle. Daredevil Manuel Nubel completed the turbulent tumble flying over the beautiful Neuschwanstein Castle in near the Austrian border in Bavaria, Germany. At the beginning of the incredible footage, the 28-year-old steams towards the 19th century roof reaching speeds of up to 62mph (100kmh). In an instant, Manuel then pulls his parachute up sharp to create the spin, providing an epic birds eye view the castles intricate architecture. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_149901000015/Credit:MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602031437
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    Caters Paraglider Aerial Barrel Roll Over Castle
    02/03/2016
    MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Paraglider Manuel Nubel turns towards Neuschwanstein Castle as he prepares his manoeuvre) - An adrenaline junkie performed a stunning mid-air barrel roll - while paragliding mere metres above a picturesque castle. Daredevil Manuel Nubel completed the turbulent tumble flying over the beautiful Neuschwanstein Castle in near the Austrian border in Bavaria, Germany. At the beginning of the incredible footage, the 28-year-old steams towards the 19th century roof reaching speeds of up to 62mph (100kmh). In an instant, Manuel then pulls his parachute up sharp to create the spin, providing an epic birds eye view the castles intricate architecture. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_149901000015/Credit:MANUEL NUBEL / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602031437

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  • Lioness teaches cub to hunt
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    Lioness teaches cub to hunt 02/03/2016 NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The lion family with their kill) - An unfortunate hartebeest became the object of a lesson when a lioness decided to use it as a practice hunt for her cubs. The red hartebeest calf had been left behind in long grass on Kwandwe Private Game Reserve after its herd and mother fled due to the presence of lions. But when the distressed calf emerged, it ran blindly into the path of the lioness, who decided to use it as an opportunity to show her cubs one of natures most important lessons. After the lioness managed to catch the calf, she released it for her cub to chase. Although when the calf managed to escape too far, it would be recaptured again by the adults. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140201000012/Credit:NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602031437
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    Lioness teaches cub to hunt
    02/03/2016
    NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The lion family with their kill) - An unfortunate hartebeest became the object of a lesson when a lioness decided to use it as a practice hunt for her cubs. The red hartebeest calf had been left behind in long grass on Kwandwe Private Game Reserve after its herd and mother fled due to the presence of lions. But when the distressed calf emerged, it ran blindly into the path of the lioness, who decided to use it as an opportunity to show her cubs one of natures most important lessons. After the lioness managed to catch the calf, she released it for her cub to chase. Although when the calf managed to escape too far, it would be recaptured again by the adults. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140201000012/Credit:NICO BRITS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602031437

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  • Indian Limbo Skater
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    Indian Limbo Skater 02/03/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA CATERS NEWS AGENCY / (Pictured - Joshita and her teammates with certificates) - An Indian toddler is dreaming to create a world record of roller-skating under 100 cars in a row-with a blindfold. Joshita Chandrashekar is just a six-year-old tot but even at the tender age, she has carved a niche in the world of skating and has created a record of passing under bars fitted just nine inches above the ground. The young limbo-skater achieved the feat last year at an event organised to promote afforestation in an attempt to control global warming in Belgaum in Karnataka. Buoyed with her accomplishment, the young achiever - a student of upper kindergarten, is now aspiring to create a world record by passing under 100 Tata Sumo cars, an SUV model, with her eyes covered with cloth bandage. And in her adventurous dream, little Joshita she has complete support of her parents- father Chandru Sekhar, 35, a drug discovery scientist, and mother Sunita, 32, a housewife. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_130201000015/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602031437
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    Indian Limbo Skater
    02/03/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY / (Pictured - Joshita and her teammates with certificates) - An Indian toddler is dreaming to create a world record of roller-skating under 100 cars in a row-with a blindfold. Joshita Chandrashekar is just a six-year-old tot but even at the tender age, she has carved a niche in the world of skating and has created a record of passing under bars fitted just nine inches above the ground. The young limbo-skater achieved the feat last year at an event organised to promote afforestation in an attempt to control global warming in Belgaum in Karnataka. Buoyed with her accomplishment, the young achiever - a student of upper kindergarten, is now aspiring to create a world record by passing under 100 Tata Sumo cars, an SUV model, with her eyes covered with cloth bandage. And in her adventurous dream, little Joshita she has complete support of her parents- father Chandru Sekhar, 35, a drug discovery scientist, and mother Sunita, 32, a housewife. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_130201000015/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602031437

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  • Irritating Habits Exaggerated
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    Irritating Habits Exaggerated 02/03/2016 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY RUBI LEBOVITCH / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Image from Rubi Lebovitchs Home Sweet Home project, entitled Goeblin (2008)) A photographer has created a body of work that will intrigue, irritate and perplex viewers - adding surreal twist to everyday life and habits. Rubi Lebovitchs Home Sweet Home series features shower curtains with human-shaped holes in them, plug adapters plugged in a chain and multiple missed nails from attempts to hang up a painting. The photographer, from Tel-Aviv, Israel, has been working on the project for the past eight years. He said: The idea for the Home Sweet Home series began from a very normal and banal action of hanging a picture. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135501000162/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1602031437
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    Irritating Habits Exaggerated
    02/03/2016
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY RUBI LEBOVITCH / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Image from Rubi Lebovitchs Home Sweet Home project, entitled Goeblin (2008)) A photographer has created a body of work that will intrigue, irritate and perplex viewers - adding surreal twist to everyday life and habits. Rubi Lebovitchs Home Sweet Home series features shower curtains with human-shaped holes in them, plug adapters plugged in a chain and multiple missed nails from attempts to hang up a painting. The photographer, from Tel-Aviv, Israel, has been working on the project for the past eight years. He said: The idea for the Home Sweet Home series began from a very normal and banal action of hanging a picture. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135501000162/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1602031437

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  • 20K Home Project
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    20K Home Project 02/03/2016 JESSICA ASHLEY / CATERS N/SIPA PIC BY TIMOTHY HURSLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Home from the 20K Home project) - These sustainable homes look fit for almost any family - and all cost less than 0,000 (13,878) to build. The buildings are part of the 20K Home project a venture by architecture students to create well-designed homes at affordable prices. Students at Auburn Universitys Rural Studio in Alabama, USA, hope the project will offer a solution to the poor quality of rural housing. The initial aim for the project was to make a market-rate model home that could be built by a contract for 0,000 - 2,000 (8,327) for materials, ,000 (5,551) for labour - making it less than the average price of a new car. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140501000014/Credit:JESSICA ASHLEY / CATERS N/SIPA/1602031437
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    20K Home Project
    02/03/2016
    JESSICA ASHLEY / CATERS N/SIPA
    PIC BY TIMOTHY HURSLEY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Home from the 20K Home project) - These sustainable homes look fit for almost any family - and all cost less than 0,000 (13,878) to build. The buildings are part of the 20K Home project a venture by architecture students to create well-designed homes at affordable prices. Students at Auburn Universitys Rural Studio in Alabama, USA, hope the project will offer a solution to the poor quality of rural housing. The initial aim for the project was to make a market-rate model home that could be built by a contract for 0,000 - 2,000 (8,327) for materials, ,000 (5,551) for labour - making it less than the average price of a new car. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140501000014/Credit:JESSICA ASHLEY / CATERS N/SIPA/1602031437

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  • Hungry Lioness Pounces On Nyalas At Watering Hole
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    Hungry Lioness Pounces On Nyalas At Watering Hole 02/03/2016 Elmar Weiss/HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - HUNGRY LIONESS POUNCES ON NYALAS AT WATERING HOLE - IN PIC - The lioness begins to bound towards a group of nyalas at the watering hole. - LEAPING out from under a tree, a hungry lioness bounds towards a group of thirsty nyalas who are guzzling from a watering hole. Caught off guard, the group panic and dart away to escape - but one unlucky nyala is knocked over in the frenzy. The lioness pounces on her floundering prey and makes her kill. The nail-biting hunt was captured by 45-year-old dental technician Elmar Weiss, of Hamburg, Germany, in the Tembe Elephant Game Reserve in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa..../HOTSPOTMEDIA_12401000110/Credit:Elmar Weiss/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1602031437
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    Hungry Lioness Pounces On Nyalas At Watering Hole
    02/03/2016
    Elmar Weiss/HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - HUNGRY LIONESS POUNCES ON NYALAS AT WATERING HOLE - IN PIC - The lioness begins to bound towards a group of nyalas at the watering hole. - LEAPING out from under a tree, a hungry lioness bounds towards a group of thirsty nyalas who are guzzling from a watering hole. Caught off guard, the group panic and dart away to escape - but one unlucky nyala is knocked over in the frenzy. The lioness pounces on her floundering prey and makes her kill. The nail-biting hunt was captured by 45-year-old dental technician Elmar Weiss, of Hamburg, Germany, in the Tembe Elephant Game Reserve in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa..../HOTSPOTMEDIA_12401000110/Credit:Elmar Weiss/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1602031437

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  • 'Britain's only desert', Dungeness, Britain  - 2015
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    'Britain's only desert', Dungeness, Britain - 2015 02/03/2016 Robert Walker/Shutterst/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: *see individual credits/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story about Robert Walker's Fifth Continent series. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Robert Walker/REX/Shutterstock (5579943l) Britain's only desert' is a bleak and desolate area in Dungeness, Kent 'Britain's only desert', Dungeness, Britain - 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwxg It is like a scene straight out of a post-apocalyptic film... A photographer has captured a series of images of 'Britain's only desert', which is a bleak and desolate landscape in Dungeness, Kent. Manchester-based photographer Robert Walker captured the images during a trip in February 2015. The eerie series, called 'Fifth Continent', shows a ghostly stretch of land, which has been labelled 'Britain's only desert' by the Met Office. The 'desert' is a shingle headland that covers 3 miles of land that lies towards the English Channel. /Rex_Britains_only_desert_5579943L/MANDATORY CREDIT: *see individual credits/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story about Robert Walker's Fifth Continent series. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602031032
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    'Britain's only desert', Dungeness, Britain - 2015
    02/03/2016
    Robert Walker/Shutterst/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: *see individual credits/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story about Robert Walker's Fifth Continent series. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Robert Walker/REX/Shutterstock (5579943l) Britain's only desert' is a bleak and desolate area in Dungeness, Kent 'Britain's only desert', Dungeness, Britain - 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwxg It is like a scene straight out of a post-apocalyptic film... A photographer has captured a series of images of 'Britain's only desert', which is a bleak and desolate landscape in Dungeness, Kent. Manchester-based photographer Robert Walker captured the images during a trip in February 2015. The eerie series, called 'Fifth Continent', shows a ghostly stretch of land, which has been labelled 'Britain's only desert' by the Met Office. The 'desert' is a shingle headland that covers 3 miles of land that lies towards the English Channel. /Rex_Britains_only_desert_5579943L/MANDATORY CREDIT: *see individual credits/REX Shutterstock Editorial use only. Only for use in this story about Robert Walker's Fifth Continent series. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602031032

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  • The wheelchair that can travel up steps
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    The wheelchair that can travel up steps 02/02/2016 TopChair/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: The wheelchair that can travel up steps. Wheelchair users can now finally get up a flight of stairs thanks to a revolutionary device which acts like a 'tank' to scale steps. The state-of-the-art electric device can travel up to 6mph and easily makes it up a flight of 12 stairs in just two minutes. It is able to achieve this impressive feat after the user has turned the wheelchair around before reversing up the stairs. The wheels on the bottom of the chair fold up and a 'tank-like' caterpillar track emerges, which allows the wheelchair user to make it to the top of the stairs. The groundbreaking product, called TopChair-S, is made France and costs £11,460 and could bring an end to wheelchair users' reliance on disabled ramps. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: TopChair/Solent News /SOLENTNEWS_182501000037/Credit:TopChair/Solent News/SIPA/1602021843
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    The wheelchair that can travel up steps
    02/02/2016
    TopChair/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The wheelchair that can travel up steps. Wheelchair users can now finally get up a flight of stairs thanks to a revolutionary device which acts like a 'tank' to scale steps. The state-of-the-art electric device can travel up to 6mph and easily makes it up a flight of 12 stairs in just two minutes. It is able to achieve this impressive feat after the user has turned the wheelchair around before reversing up the stairs. The wheels on the bottom of the chair fold up and a 'tank-like' caterpillar track emerges, which allows the wheelchair user to make it to the top of the stairs. The groundbreaking product, called TopChair-S, is made France and costs £11,460 and could bring an end to wheelchair users' reliance on disabled ramps. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: TopChair/Solent News /SOLENTNEWS_182501000037/Credit:TopChair/Solent News/SIPA/1602021843

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  • Slovenia stunning shots at Lake Bled
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    Slovenia stunning shots at Lake Bled 02/02/2016 Ales Komovec/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: The stunning photo of the lake without swan in shot. A swan liked being in a photoshoot on a stunning lake so much that it joined the photographer for a series of more intimate shots. The scene was like something from a fairytale - sitting on the misty lake is a small island with a 15th Century church on it and in the background rows of trees and a snowy mountain range can be seen. Photographer Aleš Komovec, 46, moved around the edge of the lake to capture shots of the island, but the swan wasn't finished with his photoshoot. Mr Komovec took these stunning shots at Lake Bled, Slovenia, around 15 miles from his home in Kranj. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_182301000028/Credit:Ales Komovec/Solent News/SIPA/1602021838
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    Slovenia stunning shots at Lake Bled
    02/02/2016
    Ales Komovec/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The stunning photo of the lake without swan in shot. A swan liked being in a photoshoot on a stunning lake so much that it joined the photographer for a series of more intimate shots. The scene was like something from a fairytale - sitting on the misty lake is a small island with a 15th Century church on it and in the background rows of trees and a snowy mountain range can be seen. Photographer Aleš Komovec, 46, moved around the edge of the lake to capture shots of the island, but the swan wasn't finished with his photoshoot. Mr Komovec took these stunning shots at Lake Bled, Slovenia, around 15 miles from his home in Kranj. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_182301000028/Credit:Ales Komovec/Solent News/SIPA/1602021838

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  • nanas face in clouds
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    nanas face in clouds 02/02/2016 Julia Middleton/Mercury P/SIPA PIC BY JULIA MIDDLETON/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: THE CLOUD FORMATION IN THE SKY SNAPPED BY JULIA HAMILTON WHO BELIEVES IT TO BE THE ANGEL OF HER NANA) A woman claims to have caught on camera what could be the ???angel??? of her nana looking down on her ?? as she snapped the giant shape of a FACE looming in the sky.Julia Middleton, 37, was at Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, with her mother Pauline, hoping to photograph the polar bears when she saw the shape of a head in the sky.Quickly taking some pictures of the bizarre sight, Julia realised it was the anniversary of her nana Meg Giles??? death at the age of 93 ?? and believes the face could have been her watching over.Julia was even more stunned to find that no one else at the park saw the shape, which vanished after a couple of minutes.But she believes this isn???t the first time her nana has made an appearance ?? as on her anniversary a robin appeared by her mum, and she believe robins are a signed of passed away loves ones.SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160801000585/Credit:Julia Middleton/Mercury P/SIPA/1602021617
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    nanas face in clouds
    02/02/2016
    Julia Middleton/Mercury P/SIPA
    PIC BY JULIA MIDDLETON/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: THE CLOUD FORMATION IN THE SKY SNAPPED BY JULIA HAMILTON WHO BELIEVES IT TO BE THE ANGEL OF HER NANA) A woman claims to have caught on camera what could be the ???angel??? of her nana looking down on her ?? as she snapped the giant shape of a FACE looming in the sky.Julia Middleton, 37, was at Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, with her mother Pauline, hoping to photograph the polar bears when she saw the shape of a head in the sky.Quickly taking some pictures of the bizarre sight, Julia realised it was the anniversary of her nana Meg Giles??? death at the age of 93 ?? and believes the face could have been her watching over.Julia was even more stunned to find that no one else at the park saw the shape, which vanished after a couple of minutes.But she believes this isn???t the first time her nana has made an appearance ?? as on her anniversary a robin appeared by her mum, and she believe robins are a signed of passed away loves ones.SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160801000585/Credit:Julia Middleton/Mercury P/SIPA/1602021617

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  • Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England
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    Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England 02/02/2016 Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING NACREOUS CLOUDS ACROSS NORTH EAST ENGLAND - IN PIC - Nacreous clouds pictured over Newcastle upon Tyne this morning (Tuesday 2nd February). - Nacreous clouds created a spectacular display above Newcastle upon Tyne this morning. Nacreous clouds, also known as Polar stratospheric clouds, painted the sky in an array of iridescent patterns. The natural phenomenon was captured between 7am and 9am by photographer Angi Wallace. The 47-year-old, of Newcastle upon Tyne, says:It is the most beautiful sky that I have ever seen./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_153901000559/Credit:Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1602021617
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    Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England
    02/02/2016
    Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING NACREOUS CLOUDS ACROSS NORTH EAST ENGLAND - IN PIC - Nacreous clouds pictured over Newcastle upon Tyne this morning (Tuesday 2nd February). - Nacreous clouds created a spectacular display above Newcastle upon Tyne this morning. Nacreous clouds, also known as Polar stratospheric clouds, painted the sky in an array of iridescent patterns. The natural phenomenon was captured between 7am and 9am by photographer Angi Wallace. The 47-year-old, of Newcastle upon Tyne, says:It is the most beautiful sky that I have ever seen./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_153901000559/Credit:Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1602021617

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  • Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England
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    Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England 02/02/2016 Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING NACREOUS CLOUDS ACROSS NORTH EAST ENGLAND - IN PIC - Nacreous clouds pictured over Newcastle upon Tyne this morning (Tuesday 2nd February). - Nacreous clouds created a spectacular display above Newcastle upon Tyne this morning. Nacreous clouds, also known as Polar stratospheric clouds, painted the sky in an array of iridescent patterns. The natural phenomenon was captured between 7am and 9am by photographer Angi Wallace. The 47-year-old, of Newcastle upon Tyne, says:It is the most beautiful sky that I have ever seen./HOTSPOTMEDIA_153901000567/Credit:Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1602021548
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    Stunning Nacreous Clouds Across North East England
    02/02/2016
    Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media - STUNNING NACREOUS CLOUDS ACROSS NORTH EAST ENGLAND - IN PIC - Nacreous clouds pictured over Newcastle upon Tyne this morning (Tuesday 2nd February). - Nacreous clouds created a spectacular display above Newcastle upon Tyne this morning. Nacreous clouds, also known as Polar stratospheric clouds, painted the sky in an array of iridescent patterns. The natural phenomenon was captured between 7am and 9am by photographer Angi Wallace. The 47-year-old, of Newcastle upon Tyne, says:It is the most beautiful sky that I have ever seen./HOTSPOTMEDIA_153901000567/Credit:Angi Wallace/HotSpot Medi/SIPA/1602021548

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  • Alpine marmot looks shocked
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    Alpine marmot looks shocked 02/02/2016 A. Izzotti/HotSpot Media/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - ADORABLE MARMOT SHOCKED BY EARLY MORNING VISITORS - IN PIC - The alpine marmot's jaw drops as if it is in shock. - An adorable alpine marmot was shocked to see a group of tourists outside its den after waking from a morning snooze. With its mouth wide open, the sleepy rodent appeared to be surprised by the time and rushed back into its den before reappearing later in the day. The amusing scene was captured by 47-year-old photographer and lawyer Andrea Izzotti on the mountains of the Gran Paradiso National Park in the Graian Alps, Italy...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - ADORABLE MARMOT SHOCKED BY EARLY MORNING VISITORS - IN PIC - The adorable alpine marmot looks shocked as it spots tourists nearby. - An adorable alpine marmot was shocked to see a group of tourists outside its den after waking from a morning snooze. With its mouth wide open, the sleepy rodent appeared to be surprised by the time and rushed back into its den before reappearing later in the day. The amusing scene was captured by 47-year-old photographer and lawyer Andrea Izzotti on the mountains of the Gran Paradiso National Park in the Graian Alps, Italy.. ./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1522.002/Credit:A. Izzotti/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1602021536
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    Alpine marmot looks shocked
    02/02/2016
    A. Izzotti/HotSpot Media/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - ADORABLE MARMOT SHOCKED BY EARLY MORNING VISITORS - IN PIC - The alpine marmot's jaw drops as if it is in shock. - An adorable alpine marmot was shocked to see a group of tourists outside its den after waking from a morning snooze. With its mouth wide open, the sleepy rodent appeared to be surprised by the time and rushed back into its den before reappearing later in the day. The amusing scene was captured by 47-year-old photographer and lawyer Andrea Izzotti on the mountains of the Gran Paradiso National Park in the Graian Alps, Italy...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004Pic By HotSpot Media - ADORABLE MARMOT SHOCKED BY EARLY MORNING VISITORS - IN PIC - The adorable alpine marmot looks shocked as it spots tourists nearby. - An adorable alpine marmot was shocked to see a group of tourists outside its den after waking from a morning snooze. With its mouth wide open, the sleepy rodent appeared to be surprised by the time and rushed back into its den before reappearing later in the day. The amusing scene was captured by 47-year-old photographer and lawyer Andrea Izzotti on the mountains of the Gran Paradiso National Park in the Graian Alps, Italy.. ./HOTSPOTMEDIA_1522.002/Credit:A. Izzotti/HotSpot Media/SIPA/1602021536

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  • BIG MOUTH TEENAGER
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    BIG MOUTH TEENAGER 02/02/2016 SIPA Nepalas Raja Thapa has left the entire country in awe after stuffing his mouth with a whopping 138 pencils. The 19-year-old claims that he has the widest mouth in the world, and he will soon hit global platforms to smash all records. After stuffing his mouth with 138 pencils, the teenager went a step further. He managed to accommodate 32 lit up candles between his teeth, and even poured hot wax onto his tongue. The teenager wanted to be a professional cyclist. However, he was arrested for over-speeding and doing dangerous stunts. Hes now planning to do regular street shows and attempt to break some quirky world records. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140704/Credit:SIPA/1602021516
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    BIG MOUTH TEENAGER
    02/02/2016
    SIPA
    Nepalas Raja Thapa has left the entire country in awe after stuffing his mouth with a whopping 138 pencils. The 19-year-old claims that he has the widest mouth in the world, and he will soon hit global platforms to smash all records. After stuffing his mouth with 138 pencils, the teenager went a step further. He managed to accommodate 32 lit up candles between his teeth, and even poured hot wax onto his tongue. The teenager wanted to be a professional cyclist. However, he was arrested for over-speeding and doing dangerous stunts. Hes now planning to do regular street shows and attempt to break some quirky world records. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140704/Credit:SIPA/1602021516

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  • Internet Paid for my Wigs
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    Internet Paid for my Wigs 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Samantha Lameres from Miissoula, Montana, USA.) -A brave girl has regained her confidence after the internet helped her raise money for a new wig in TWO DAYS. Samantha Lameres, from Missoula, Montana, suffers from alopecia aerate, which means that she would continuously lose patches of her hair. The alopecia would sometimes only cause Samantha to shed small circular patches, although sad times she has been left with no hair left on her head thanks to the incurable condition. But while Samantha was used to wearing a wig, she was forced to put on hats on top of it after the poor quality caused the wig to also lose hair. And despite a long and drawn-out battle with her insurance company over whether she would be eligible for a wig on her insurance, Samantha has resorted to crowd funding to get results. Despite only setting up her gofundme page on 3 January, Samantha managed to raise the 2,200 USD she needed, through social media site Imgur,in just two days.Now studying Biology at the University of Montana, Samantha wants to research alopecia to help other people in her position. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142904/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Internet Paid for my Wigs
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Samantha Lameres from Miissoula, Montana, USA.) -A brave girl has regained her confidence after the internet helped her raise money for a new wig in TWO DAYS. Samantha Lameres, from Missoula, Montana, suffers from alopecia aerate, which means that she would continuously lose patches of her hair. The alopecia would sometimes only cause Samantha to shed small circular patches, although sad times she has been left with no hair left on her head thanks to the incurable condition. But while Samantha was used to wearing a wig, she was forced to put on hats on top of it after the poor quality caused the wig to also lose hair. And despite a long and drawn-out battle with her insurance company over whether she would be eligible for a wig on her insurance, Samantha has resorted to crowd funding to get results. Despite only setting up her gofundme page on 3 January, Samantha managed to raise the 2,200 USD she needed, through social media site Imgur,in just two days.Now studying Biology at the University of Montana, Samantha wants to research alopecia to help other people in her position. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_142904/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Beakface to Ballet Dancer
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    Beakface to Ballet Dancer 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Bryony Aspinall, 18 showing her new profile) - A pretty teenager branded beakface by bullies has spent 5k on a new nose to become a professional ballet dancer. Bryony Aspinall, 18, from Newcastle Upon Tyne, was bullied throughout school by spiteful peers who branded her beakface and rhino nose - something that shattered her confidence and left her wanting a new nose. She was desperate to become a professional ballet dancer but knew from the age of 16 that she needed the 5k operation before she would be able to step on stage to perform. Bryony had previously undergone hours of therapy to try and improve her self-esteem but nothing worked. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140513/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Beakface to Ballet Dancer
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Bryony Aspinall, 18 showing her new profile) - A pretty teenager branded beakface by bullies has spent 5k on a new nose to become a professional ballet dancer. Bryony Aspinall, 18, from Newcastle Upon Tyne, was bullied throughout school by spiteful peers who branded her beakface and rhino nose - something that shattered her confidence and left her wanting a new nose. She was desperate to become a professional ballet dancer but knew from the age of 16 that she needed the 5k operation before she would be able to step on stage to perform. Bryony had previously undergone hours of therapy to try and improve her self-esteem but nothing worked. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140513/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Ronald McDonald pub crawl
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    Ronald McDonald pub crawl 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA A group of mates Lovin it on a night out have caused a stir after they went dressed as Ronald McDonald. The 21 men, all dressed as McDonalds iconic clown, were seen out on a pub crawl in Warrington, Cheshire, on 30 January. Dressed in suits that were bought for a whopping 822 on eBay, the group of clowns binge saw them drink at 11 pubs on their so called Golden Mile pub crawl, starting at 1pm at the Farmers Arms. The clowns were, however, denied entry to the 12th and final pub on their route after management told them that Ronald McDonald costumes were not part of the pubs dress code. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144108/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Ronald McDonald pub crawl
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    A group of mates Lovin it on a night out have caused a stir after they went dressed as Ronald McDonald. The 21 men, all dressed as McDonalds iconic clown, were seen out on a pub crawl in Warrington, Cheshire, on 30 January. Dressed in suits that were bought for a whopping 822 on eBay, the group of clowns binge saw them drink at 11 pubs on their so called Golden Mile pub crawl, starting at 1pm at the Farmers Arms. The clowns were, however, denied entry to the 12th and final pub on their route after management told them that Ronald McDonald costumes were not part of the pubs dress code. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144108/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Abandoned Snake Laboratory
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    Abandoned Snake Laboratory 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (Pictured: Abandoned Snake Laboratory, near Togichi, Japan) - This eerie abandoned snake laboratory offers a hidden look into the hiss-tory behind the research once carried out there. Row after row of jars contain the likes of snake heads, skulls and bodies - many whitened and faded over time. The shots were taken by renowned abandoned location photographer Reginald Van de Velde. Tight-lipped about its exact location, Reginald, 40, would reveal that the spooky lab is located behind the misty hills of Tochigi, Japan. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135912/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Abandoned Snake Laboratory
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (Pictured: Abandoned Snake Laboratory, near Togichi, Japan) - This eerie abandoned snake laboratory offers a hidden look into the hiss-tory behind the research once carried out there. Row after row of jars contain the likes of snake heads, skulls and bodies - many whitened and faded over time. The shots were taken by renowned abandoned location photographer Reginald Van de Velde. Tight-lipped about its exact location, Reginald, 40, would reveal that the spooky lab is located behind the misty hills of Tochigi, Japan. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135912/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • romance planners for the rich
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    romance planners for the rich 02/02/2016 Mercury Press/SIPA (PICTURED: A pearls and antique themed wedding anniversary arranged by romance planner, Tiffany Wright)Meet the woman who made a career out of being a romance planner - and now organises rich mens love lives and helps them spend up to ?1 million on a proposal. Tiffany Wright, from Chelsea, London, has been described as the secret weapon to the super rich - who are willing to spend thousands to impress a girl, but often dont know how. The 35-year-old claims men will spend whatever amount of money it takes to find or maintain a relationship, with people now spending up to ?30,000 just on a first date. On average, one of Tiffanys clients, will spend at least ?1,000 on a first date, and no less than ?10,000 on a proposal - as men compete to be the most romantic. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144402/Credit:Mercury Press/SIPA/1602021516
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    romance planners for the rich
    02/02/2016
    Mercury Press/SIPA
    (PICTURED: A pearls and antique themed wedding anniversary arranged by romance planner, Tiffany Wright)Meet the woman who made a career out of being a romance planner - and now organises rich mens love lives and helps them spend up to ?1 million on a proposal. Tiffany Wright, from Chelsea, London, has been described as the secret weapon to the super rich - who are willing to spend thousands to impress a girl, but often dont know how. The 35-year-old claims men will spend whatever amount of money it takes to find or maintain a relationship, with people now spending up to ?30,000 just on a first date. On average, one of Tiffanys clients, will spend at least ?1,000 on a first date, and no less than ?10,000 on a proposal - as men compete to be the most romantic. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_144402/Credit:Mercury Press/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Angry Cats Hates Printer
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    Angry Cats Hates Printer 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Gemini perched on top of printer while mum, Meredith DeVere, does some work) - This mischievous cat might just be the worlds worst IT support as she hates the noise of a printer so much she crumples all of the documents. Grumpy Gemini dislikes the sound so much that she perches on top of the machine in the vain hope of stopping anyone from printing. The two-year-old long haired tortoiseshell jumps into action as soon as the paper starts coming through the rollers, swatting at it from above. Having failed to halt its progress, Gemini then jumps down in front, launching her whole body on the sheet to scrunch it up. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Angry Cats Hates Printer
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Gemini perched on top of printer while mum, Meredith DeVere, does some work) - This mischievous cat might just be the worlds worst IT support as she hates the noise of a printer so much she crumples all of the documents. Grumpy Gemini dislikes the sound so much that she perches on top of the machine in the vain hope of stopping anyone from printing. The two-year-old long haired tortoiseshell jumps into action as soon as the paper starts coming through the rollers, swatting at it from above. Having failed to halt its progress, Gemini then jumps down in front, launching her whole body on the sheet to scrunch it up. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Lady Whistle
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    Lady Whistle 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Lulia Benze AKA Lady Whistle.) This is the saucy street performer who flashes her KNICKERS at passers-by every time they throw her some spare change. Going by the stage name Lady Whistle - due to the whistle she blows when she flashes her pants- performer Lulia Benze gives her audience more than they bargained for and prompting hilarious reactions. Lulia, from London, travels around the world working as a human statue with a twist- when people put money in her basket she blows her whistle and lifts up her skirt, giving a coquettish little giggle as she flashes her knickers for all to see. . /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Lady Whistle
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Lulia Benze AKA Lady Whistle.) This is the saucy street performer who flashes her KNICKERS at passers-by every time they throw her some spare change. Going by the stage name Lady Whistle - due to the whistle she blows when she flashes her pants- performer Lulia Benze gives her audience more than they bargained for and prompting hilarious reactions. Lulia, from London, travels around the world working as a human statue with a twist- when people put money in her basket she blows her whistle and lifts up her skirt, giving a coquettish little giggle as she flashes her knickers for all to see. . /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_143401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Famous Artworks on Hair
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    Famous Artworks on Hair 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (Pictured: Ursula Goffs hair art take on Boticelli - model unknown) - A talented hairstylist has created her own take on fine art - colouring locks in the same array of colours as famous masterpieces. Ursula Goff has styled her hair and others to match works by Van Gogh, Munch, Monet and Warhol. The vibrant takes on these masterpieces take Ursula, 33, between three and six hours to create, with each design featuring a variety of colours and shades. During her 14-year career as a hair stylist, Ursula, from Wellington in Kansas, USA, has been extremely influenced by the palettes of famous artists. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141307/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
    00740411
    Famous Artworks on Hair
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (Pictured: Ursula Goffs hair art take on Boticelli - model unknown) - A talented hairstylist has created her own take on fine art - colouring locks in the same array of colours as famous masterpieces. Ursula Goff has styled her hair and others to match works by Van Gogh, Munch, Monet and Warhol. The vibrant takes on these masterpieces take Ursula, 33, between three and six hours to create, with each design featuring a variety of colours and shades. During her 14-year career as a hair stylist, Ursula, from Wellington in Kansas, USA, has been extremely influenced by the palettes of famous artists. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141307/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Bird vs Scorpion
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    Bird vs Scorpion 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC BY CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A lilac breasted roller destroys a scorpion in mortal combat.) This birds hunger definitely trumped safety as it devoured a truly deadly dinner -a SCORPION! But the lilac breasted roller didnt throw all caution to the wind as the clever multi-coloured bird strategically removed the venomous stinger before chomping down the scorpion. The incredible moment was captured by Liverpool-born photographer Charlie Lynam, 57, in Ruaha National Park,Tanzania. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141206/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Bird vs Scorpion
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC BY CHARLIE LYNAM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A lilac breasted roller destroys a scorpion in mortal combat.) This birds hunger definitely trumped safety as it devoured a truly deadly dinner -a SCORPION! But the lilac breasted roller didnt throw all caution to the wind as the clever multi-coloured bird strategically removed the venomous stinger before chomping down the scorpion. The incredible moment was captured by Liverpool-born photographer Charlie Lynam, 57, in Ruaha National Park,Tanzania. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141206/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Honey i Photoshopped The Kids
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    Honey i Photoshopped The Kids 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Johns daughters slaving away in a banana factory in a composite image by John Wilhelm.) - Honey I photoshopped the kids! These hilarious images of youngsters photoshopped into comically chaotic situations will crack you up.The side-splitting shots show a trio of angelic-looking youngsters in the most unlikely situations - from an underwater bath, riding a motorbike and even giving their dad a tattoo. While it might look like the youngsters have been pictured in exotic locations and funny situations, the pictures were actually taken at home in their dads attic. The hysterical snaps were taken by the girls dad John Wilhelm - an IT teacher with a passion for photography. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
    00740412
    Honey i Photoshopped The Kids
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Johns daughters slaving away in a banana factory in a composite image by John Wilhelm.) - Honey I photoshopped the kids! These hilarious images of youngsters photoshopped into comically chaotic situations will crack you up.The side-splitting shots show a trio of angelic-looking youngsters in the most unlikely situations - from an underwater bath, riding a motorbike and even giving their dad a tattoo. While it might look like the youngsters have been pictured in exotic locations and funny situations, the pictures were actually taken at home in their dads attic. The hysterical snaps were taken by the girls dad John Wilhelm - an IT teacher with a passion for photography. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141701/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • Arching Milky Way
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    Arching Milky Way 02/02/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Milford, New Zealand) - These stunning images of the Milky Way forming a perfect arch in the night sky will take your breath away. The awe-inspiring pictures show the Milky Way taking the shape of an arch in the starry sky, shot against striking landscapes of lakes and mountains. The incredible snaps were taken by landscape photographer Robert Dickinson, from New Zealand, on the countrys south island. . /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_100105/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516
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    Arching Milky Way
    02/02/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Milford, New Zealand) - These stunning images of the Milky Way forming a perfect arch in the night sky will take your breath away. The awe-inspiring pictures show the Milky Way taking the shape of an arch in the starry sky, shot against striking landscapes of lakes and mountains. The incredible snaps were taken by landscape photographer Robert Dickinson, from New Zealand, on the countrys south island. . /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_100105/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1602021516

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  • OR: Salmonberry River Moss Covered Trees
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    OR: Salmonberry River Moss Covered Trees 02/02/2016 SIPANY/SIPA Moss covered trees line the banks of the Salmonberry River and the abandoned Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad in Tillamook National Forest, Ore., on January 31, 2016. (Photo by Alex Milan Tracy) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_16868277/*** World Rights *** /1602021420
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    OR: Salmonberry River Moss Covered Trees
    02/02/2016
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Moss covered trees line the banks of the Salmonberry River and the abandoned Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad in Tillamook National Forest, Ore., on January 31, 2016. (Photo by Alex Milan Tracy) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_16868277/*** World Rights *** /1602021420

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  • Coca Cola jelly trick become online sensation, Moldova- 27 Jan 2016
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    Coca Cola jelly trick become online sensation, Moldova- 27 Jan 2016 02/02/2016 Mariana Creciun/Shutter/SIPA CREDIT: Mariana Creciun/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mariana Creciun/REX/Shutterstock (5569493o) Mariana Creciun Coca Cola jelly trick become online sensation, Moldova- 27 Jan 2016 FULL COPY & INSTRUCTIONS: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwq8 A woman has created an online sensation - thanks to her Coca Cola jelly! Mariana Creciun posted an intriguing image online of a knife cleanly slicing through a cola bottle. Thankfully, the 24-year-old from Moldova, has shared instructions and a video showing how she pulled off the illusion. The video has been watched almost two million times. YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/0UTnvPxIE-U The Fashion Design College graduate explains: "A year ago I started a channel on Youtube called Morena Diy. This channel is a place where I can share my hobbies and love for crafts. "Regarding the Coca Cola Jelly Bottle: I like jelly very much, that's how it came into my head the idea to make a jelly that appears to be a Coke bottle." /Rex_Coca_Cola_jelly_trick_become_online_sensat_5569493O/CREDIT: Mariana Creciun/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602021234
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    Coca Cola jelly trick become online sensation, Moldova- 27 Jan 2016
    02/02/2016
    Mariana Creciun/Shutter/SIPA
    CREDIT: Mariana Creciun/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mariana Creciun/REX/Shutterstock (5569493o) Mariana Creciun Coca Cola jelly trick become online sensation, Moldova- 27 Jan 2016 FULL COPY & INSTRUCTIONS: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwq8 A woman has created an online sensation - thanks to her Coca Cola jelly! Mariana Creciun posted an intriguing image online of a knife cleanly slicing through a cola bottle. Thankfully, the 24-year-old from Moldova, has shared instructions and a video showing how she pulled off the illusion. The video has been watched almost two million times. YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/0UTnvPxIE-U The Fashion Design College graduate explains: "A year ago I started a channel on Youtube called Morena Diy. This channel is a place where I can share my hobbies and love for crafts. "Regarding the Coca Cola Jelly Bottle: I like jelly very much, that's how it came into my head the idea to make a jelly that appears to be a Coke bottle." /Rex_Coca_Cola_jelly_trick_become_online_sensat_5569493O/CREDIT: Mariana Creciun/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602021234

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  • Nacreous clouds, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland - 02 Feb 2016
    REX40415310
    Nacreous clouds, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland - 02 Feb 2016 02/02/2016 Marc O'Sullivan/Shutter/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Marc O'Sullivan/REX/Shutterstock (5579868c) Iridescent nacreous clouds, rainbow coloured clouds form in the Earth's stratosphere at around 70,000ft, in much colder air, around -78C pictured over Kilmainham in Dublin, Ireland this morning Nacreous clouds, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland - 02 Feb 2016 /Rex_Nacreous_clouds_Kilmainham_Dublin_Irela_5579868C//1602021212
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    Nacreous clouds, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland - 02 Feb 2016
    02/02/2016
    Marc O'Sullivan/Shutter/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Marc O'Sullivan/REX/Shutterstock (5579868c) Iridescent nacreous clouds, rainbow coloured clouds form in the Earth's stratosphere at around 70,000ft, in much colder air, around -78C pictured over Kilmainham in Dublin, Ireland this morning Nacreous clouds, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland - 02 Feb 2016 /Rex_Nacreous_clouds_Kilmainham_Dublin_Irela_5579868C//1602021212

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  • Icelandair offers staff members as tour guide 'Stopover Buddies' to passengers - 02 Feb 2016
    REX40415300
    Icelandair offers staff members as tour guide 'Stopover Buddies' to passengers - 02 Feb 2016 02/02/2016 Solent News/Shutterstoc/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX/Shutterstock (5579845l) Stewardess Unnur Eir Arnadottir Icelandair offers staff members as tour guide 'Stopover Buddies' to passengers - 02 Feb 2016 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwp6 An international airline is offering it's own CEO as a tour guide after research showed Britons overspend by GBP 17.21bn each year and Americans overspend by $7.1bn on vacation due to a lack of local knowledge. Passengers on Icelandair will be able to use a number of staff as 'Stopover Buddies', including 41 year old CEO Birkir Hólm Gu”nason, who is offering to take them off-piste skiing. The airline's global study found the average tourist overspends by GBP 50 due to not knowing the best places to eat or stay despite spending 4 hours and 36 minutes reading guidebooks and researching online before a mere weekend break. Some even spend more than 49 hours ? more than a typical working week. A major reason for this research, is our desire to cram in as much as possible while we are away. /Rex_Icelandair_offers_staff_members_as_tour_gu_5579845L//1602021144
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    Icelandair offers staff members as tour guide 'Stopover Buddies' to passengers - 02 Feb 2016
    02/02/2016
    Solent News/Shutterstoc/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX/Shutterstock (5579845l) Stewardess Unnur Eir Arnadottir Icelandair offers staff members as tour guide 'Stopover Buddies' to passengers - 02 Feb 2016 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwp6 An international airline is offering it's own CEO as a tour guide after research showed Britons overspend by GBP 17.21bn each year and Americans overspend by $7.1bn on vacation due to a lack of local knowledge. Passengers on Icelandair will be able to use a number of staff as 'Stopover Buddies', including 41 year old CEO Birkir Hólm Gu”nason, who is offering to take them off-piste skiing. The airline's global study found the average tourist overspends by GBP 50 due to not knowing the best places to eat or stay despite spending 4 hours and 36 minutes reading guidebooks and researching online before a mere weekend break. Some even spend more than 49 hours ? more than a typical working week. A major reason for this research, is our desire to cram in as much as possible while we are away. /Rex_Icelandair_offers_staff_members_as_tour_gu_5579845L//1602021144

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  • Rape flowers on resort island
    SIPAUSA31377372
    Rape flowers on resort island 02/02/2016 Yonhap News/NEWSCOM/SIPA Rape flowers on resort island Visitors walk past a field of rape flowers on a mountain in the city of Jeju on South Korea's southern resort island of Jeju on Feb. 2, 2016, two days ahead of the onset of spring, or "ipchun," one of the 24 seasonal divisions of the lunar calendar. (Yonhap)/2016-02-02 17:34:40/ < 1980-2016 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .> Photo via Newscom/yonphotos095103//1602021022
    SIPAUSA31377372
    Rape flowers on resort island
    02/02/2016
    Yonhap News/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    Rape flowers on resort island Visitors walk past a field of rape flowers on a mountain in the city of Jeju on South Korea's southern resort island of Jeju on Feb. 2, 2016, two days ahead of the onset of spring, or "ipchun," one of the 24 seasonal divisions of the lunar calendar. (Yonhap)/2016-02-02 17:34:40/ < 1980-2016 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. .> Photo via Newscom/yonphotos095103//1602021022

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  • Meet Eli....A Beagle With a Zest for Life.....
    SIPAUSA31377361
    Meet Eli....A Beagle With a Zest for Life..... 02/02/2016 CB2/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA Meet Eli… a seven-year-old Beagle gal with a thirst for adventure! According to her humans this “witty and smart dog” is happiest when she’s joining them on the slopes for a spot of snowboarding… “Ever since my wife Katarina and I got her as a puppy we have treated her as part of a ‘pack’ and let her grow and develop her personality freely… but with respect for us as the alpha in the pack,” explains Uros. “One of her favourite things in the world is definitely the snow, she loves running in the deep pow and diving her head in it… but the idea of snowboarding together actually happened accidentally. “Katarina and I are keen snowboarders, and once we felt so bad about leaving Eli at home while we went to the mountains that we decided to bring her with us and try – test if she would run with us in the slopes.” And run in the slopes she did! “That easy-going personality of hers lets us get her into many actions (and love for food and treats as well),” says Uros. “I believe it’s possibly her strong wish to spend most of her time with us doing things that take her out of her comfort zone… snowboarding, kayaking, running behind bikes, trekking, or even sitting in the bike basket on a bike ride. “The excitement and happiness she showed while running behind us (usually without leash) was something unbelievable…when she gets tired of running, we help her stay with us and in action by putting her in the mountaineering backpack (we adjusted it for her). “And she doesn't mind it at all; as long she stays in "the game" and looks to direction of moving, we have fun together. “Of course she likes more to run with us then to stay in the backpack, but takes it as an option when those short legs get tired of chasin'… and when we see that she gets cold or not interested anymore, we bring her home to rest while we finish our day ride.” Eli has been snowboarding locally with Uros and Katarina for a year now, mostly in the l
    SIPAUSA31377361
    Meet Eli....A Beagle With a Zest for Life.....
    02/02/2016
    CB2/ZOB/WENN.COM/SIPA
    Meet Eli… a seven-year-old Beagle gal with a thirst for adventure! According to her humans this “witty and smart dog” is happiest when she’s joining them on the slopes for a spot of snowboarding… “Ever since my wife Katarina and I got her as a puppy we have treated her as part of a ‘pack’ and let her grow and develop her personality freely… but with respect for us as the alpha in the pack,” explains Uros. “One of her favourite things in the world is definitely the snow, she loves running in the deep pow and diving her head in it… but the idea of snowboarding together actually happened accidentally. “Katarina and I are keen snowboarders, and once we felt so bad about leaving Eli at home while we went to the mountains that we decided to bring her with us and try – test if she would run with us in the slopes.” And run in the slopes she did! “That easy-going personality of hers lets us get her into many actions (and love for food and treats as well),” says Uros. “I believe it’s possibly her strong wish to spend most of her time with us doing things that take her out of her comfort zone… snowboarding, kayaking, running behind bikes, trekking, or even sitting in the bike basket on a bike ride. “The excitement and happiness she showed while running behind us (usually without leash) was something unbelievable…when she gets tired of running, we help her stay with us and in action by putting her in the mountaineering backpack (we adjusted it for her). “And she doesn't mind it at all; as long she stays in "the game" and looks to direction of moving, we have fun together. “Of course she likes more to run with us then to stay in the backpack, but takes it as an option when those short legs get tired of chasin'… and when we see that she gets cold or not interested anymore, we bring her home to rest while we finish our day ride.” Eli has been snowboarding locally with Uros and Katarina for a year now, mostly in the l

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  • How gloomy winter days can be an issue for employers
    SIPAUSA30141605
    How gloomy winter days can be an issue for employers 02/02/2016 SIPANY/SIPA A pedestrian walks along the colorful changing illuminated walkway along Congress Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 in Chicago. (Photo by Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_16868242/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1602020615
    SIPAUSA30141605
    How gloomy winter days can be an issue for employers
    02/02/2016
    SIPANY/SIPA
    A pedestrian walks along the colorful changing illuminated walkway along Congress Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 in Chicago. (Photo by Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***/sipausa.sipausa_16868242/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1602020615

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  • AC/DC lightning strike
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    AC/DC lightning strike 02/01/2016 Mike Morrow/Mercury Press/SIPA PIC FROM MERCURY PRESSThis is the shocking moment when a determined snapper captured the perfect lightning photo that he had been chasing for 18 months. Mike Morrow, 36, could not believe it when he saw a lightning bolt strike the top of the Centerpoint Tower in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia on Friday (Jan 29) at 1.30pm. The content producer had attempted to get the shot for a year and a half and pointed his camera towards the skyscraper every time storms rocked the city Down Under. And after the incredible snap became a viral hit and notched up more than 2,500 likes online, Mike could not resist trying to get the shot again.SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172901000480/Credit:Mike Morrow/Mercury Press/SIPA/1602011747
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    AC/DC lightning strike
    02/01/2016
    Mike Morrow/Mercury Press/SIPA
    PIC FROM MERCURY PRESSThis is the shocking moment when a determined snapper captured the perfect lightning photo that he had been chasing for 18 months. Mike Morrow, 36, could not believe it when he saw a lightning bolt strike the top of the Centerpoint Tower in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia on Friday (Jan 29) at 1.30pm. The content producer had attempted to get the shot for a year and a half and pointed his camera towards the skyscraper every time storms rocked the city Down Under. And after the incredible snap became a viral hit and notched up more than 2,500 likes online, Mike could not resist trying to get the shot again.SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172901000480/Credit:Mike Morrow/Mercury Press/SIPA/1602011747

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  • Pelican tears mouth feeding
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    Pelican tears mouth feeding 02/01/2016 BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS/SIPA PIC FROM BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: A pelican that has torn a hole in its membrane while eating a big fish)A greedy group of pelicans have been caught trying to take on fish that were far too big for their beaks. The feathered flock were found feasting at a water treatment plant in Florida, USA, which was undergoing a procedure of transferring water from one section to another on December 29 last year. Amateur bird photographer Bill Varney, 62, from South Carolina, USA, captured the scene and insisted that he had never seen anything like the pelicans mammoth meal. And the huge volume of fish proved too much even for the sea birds with one pelican even tearing a hole in a membrane as it rushed to gobble up the fish. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172301000372/Credit:BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1602011747
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    Pelican tears mouth feeding
    02/01/2016
    BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS/SIPA
    PIC FROM BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: A pelican that has torn a hole in its membrane while eating a big fish)A greedy group of pelicans have been caught trying to take on fish that were far too big for their beaks. The feathered flock were found feasting at a water treatment plant in Florida, USA, which was undergoing a procedure of transferring water from one section to another on December 29 last year. Amateur bird photographer Bill Varney, 62, from South Carolina, USA, captured the scene and insisted that he had never seen anything like the pelicans mammoth meal. And the huge volume of fish proved too much even for the sea birds with one pelican even tearing a hole in a membrane as it rushed to gobble up the fish. SEE MERCURY COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_172301000372/Credit:BILL VARNEY/MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1602011747

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  • UK Haunted House For Sale
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    UK Haunted House For Sale 02/01/2016 CATERS NEWS/SIPA ** ONLINE EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01 1ST FEBRUARY 2016** PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Vanessa Mitchell, 43, from St Osyth, Essex) - Britains most haunted house is up for sale after its female owner has been traumatised by the ghost of a SATANIC GOAT. Vanessa Mitchell, 43, from St Osyth, Essex, was unaware that the cottage, known as the Cage, was haunted when she moved there in 2004. Since then she claims to have seen numerous ghostly figures, been pushed over while heavily pregnant, smacked on the bottom and even seen blood splatters appear on the floor.The property, which was formally a medieval prison,hosted one of Englands most famous witch hunts where eight women died after being accused in the 16th Century.Vanessa has kept the her cursed cottage for 11 years- making her the second longest owner,with previous buyers selling the property in under four years. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165601000362/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011714
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    UK Haunted House For Sale
    02/01/2016
    CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    ** ONLINE EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01 1ST FEBRUARY 2016** PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Vanessa Mitchell, 43, from St Osyth, Essex) - Britains most haunted house is up for sale after its female owner has been traumatised by the ghost of a SATANIC GOAT. Vanessa Mitchell, 43, from St Osyth, Essex, was unaware that the cottage, known as the Cage, was haunted when she moved there in 2004. Since then she claims to have seen numerous ghostly figures, been pushed over while heavily pregnant, smacked on the bottom and even seen blood splatters appear on the floor.The property, which was formally a medieval prison,hosted one of Englands most famous witch hunts where eight women died after being accused in the 16th Century.Vanessa has kept the her cursed cottage for 11 years- making her the second longest owner,with previous buyers selling the property in under four years. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_165601000362/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011714

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  • Whispering Impalas
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    Whispering Impalas 02/01/2016 MARK DRYSDALE/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY MARK DRYSDALE/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: One Impala whispering sweet nothings into another Impalas ear) - These adorable snaps of loved-up impalas whispering sweet nothings to each other will melt your heart. The passionate pair look like they are whispering romantic secrets as they lovingly groom each other. The flirty impalas were caught on camera at Zimanga Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, by photographer Mark Drysdale. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1546601000271/Credit:SIPA/SIPA/1602011612
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    Whispering Impalas
    02/01/2016
    MARK DRYSDALE/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY MARK DRYSDALE/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: One Impala whispering sweet nothings into another Impalas ear) - These adorable snaps of loved-up impalas whispering sweet nothings to each other will melt your heart. The passionate pair look like they are whispering romantic secrets as they lovingly groom each other. The flirty impalas were caught on camera at Zimanga Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, by photographer Mark Drysdale. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1546601000271/Credit:SIPA/SIPA/1602011612

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  • Spot the cat
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    Spot the cat 02/01/2016 FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS N/SIPA PIC FROM FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Camouflaged leopard) - At first glance it looks like an ordinary African landscape but take a closer look and theres a furry feline cleverly hidden within the picture. The brilliantly camouflaged cheetah can be seen standing to the right of the tree, its fur perfectly blending into the dry grass making it almost impossible to spot. The image was taken by tourist guide Francois Collin from Pretoria, South Africa. Francois, 49 was guiding some tourists on a game drive in Kruger National Park when he captured the image on his iPhone.He said: I was guiding some Spanish speaking clients on tour. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154401000267/Credit:FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS N/SIPA/1602011612
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    Spot the cat
    02/01/2016
    FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS N/SIPA
    PIC FROM FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Camouflaged leopard) - At first glance it looks like an ordinary African landscape but take a closer look and theres a furry feline cleverly hidden within the picture. The brilliantly camouflaged cheetah can be seen standing to the right of the tree, its fur perfectly blending into the dry grass making it almost impossible to spot. The image was taken by tourist guide Francois Collin from Pretoria, South Africa. Francois, 49 was guiding some tourists on a game drive in Kruger National Park when he captured the image on his iPhone.He said: I was guiding some Spanish speaking clients on tour. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154401000267/Credit:FRANCOIS COLLIN/ CATERS N/SIPA/1602011612

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  • Ice bubbles under the aurora
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    Ice bubbles under the aurora 02/01/2016 DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NE/SIPA PIC BY DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Photographer David Swindler taking pictures of the northern lights) - These amazing pictures of frozen ice bubbles lit up by the Northern Lights will take your breath away. The stunning pictures show the perfectly frozen bubbles just under the surface of the water, spectacularly illuminated by the eerie green glow of the Northern Lights. The incredible snaps were taken by photographer David Swindler, from Utah, US, at Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada. David, 36, said: We had a great time photographing the ice bubbles. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154401000263/Credit:DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NE/SIPA/1602011612
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    Ice bubbles under the aurora
    02/01/2016
    DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NE/SIPA
    PIC BY DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Photographer David Swindler taking pictures of the northern lights) - These amazing pictures of frozen ice bubbles lit up by the Northern Lights will take your breath away. The stunning pictures show the perfectly frozen bubbles just under the surface of the water, spectacularly illuminated by the eerie green glow of the Northern Lights. The incredible snaps were taken by photographer David Swindler, from Utah, US, at Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada. David, 36, said: We had a great time photographing the ice bubbles. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154401000263/Credit:DAVID SWINDLER/ CATERS NE/SIPA/1602011612

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  • Crosseyed Cat Bum
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    Crosseyed Cat Bum 02/01/2016 COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS /SIPA PIC BY COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: Bum the cross-eyed cat.) - An adorable feline has become an online sensation - thanks to his CROSSEYED appearance. The lovable mog, named Bum, was born with the condition, causing him to look constantly concerned or worried. As a kitten, Bum was found along with four litter mates and brought to the San Diego Humane Society, in California, USA. There, he was cared for before being adopted by admissions counsellor Courtney Morman. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15401000245/Credit:COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS /SIPA/1602011612
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    Crosseyed Cat Bum
    02/01/2016
    COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS /SIPA
    PIC BY COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: Bum the cross-eyed cat.) - An adorable feline has become an online sensation - thanks to his CROSSEYED appearance. The lovable mog, named Bum, was born with the condition, causing him to look constantly concerned or worried. As a kitten, Bum was found along with four litter mates and brought to the San Diego Humane Society, in California, USA. There, he was cared for before being adopted by admissions counsellor Courtney Morman. - SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15401000245/Credit:COURTNEY MORMAN / CATERS /SIPA/1602011612

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  • Jeannie Hargrave Model With Scar
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    Jeannie Hargrave Model With Scar 02/01/2016 DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEW/SIPA PIC BY DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jeannie Hargrave modelling) - A beautiful model has bared her dramatic chest scar after undergoing her third open heart surgery. Jeannie Hargave, 19, was born with bicuspid aortic valve - a deformed valve and went into cardiac arrest after she was born. After having her first surgery at just five-days-old Jeanie underwent two more, her latest in April 2015. But Jeannie refuses the jagged line down the centre of her chest to be seen as a flaw. Instead the stunning teen started modelling while she was at school and landed background roles for Hollywood flicks. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_155201000319/Credit:DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602011613
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    Jeannie Hargrave Model With Scar
    02/01/2016
    DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEW/SIPA
    PIC BY DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jeannie Hargrave modelling) - A beautiful model has bared her dramatic chest scar after undergoing her third open heart surgery. Jeannie Hargave, 19, was born with bicuspid aortic valve - a deformed valve and went into cardiac arrest after she was born. After having her first surgery at just five-days-old Jeanie underwent two more, her latest in April 2015. But Jeannie refuses the jagged line down the centre of her chest to be seen as a flaw. Instead the stunning teen started modelling while she was at school and landed background roles for Hollywood flicks. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_155201000319/Credit:DAVID MORRIS / CATERS NEW/SIPA/1602011613

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  • Transgender couple best friends
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    Transgender couple best friends 02/01/2016 KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS (Pictured: Celeste Atkins picking an outfit for her night out) - Meet the transgender husband and wife who play wing-woman for each other while they both look for their perfect bloke. Claire Atkins, 41, from Langworth, Lincolnshire was shocked when Marcus, 37, her husband of six years, broke down into tears and announced that he wanted to live as a woman. The former butch builder sold his motorbike to pay for 36E breasts, started taking hormones and changed her name to Celeste in 2013. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154701000291/Credit:KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011612
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    Transgender couple best friends
    02/01/2016
    KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS (Pictured: Celeste Atkins picking an outfit for her night out) - Meet the transgender husband and wife who play wing-woman for each other while they both look for their perfect bloke. Claire Atkins, 41, from Langworth, Lincolnshire was shocked when Marcus, 37, her husband of six years, broke down into tears and announced that he wanted to live as a woman. The former butch builder sold his motorbike to pay for 36E breasts, started taking hormones and changed her name to Celeste in 2013. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_154701000291/Credit:KORAY EROL/CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011612

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  • Mimo the cat sleeps soundly despite toy mice, Japan - 01 Feb 2016
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    Mimo the cat sleeps soundly despite toy mice, Japan - 01 Feb 2016 02/01/2016 Mimoza/Shutterstock/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Mimoza/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mimoza/REX/Shutterstock (5579480c) Mimo the cat remains asleep despite 21 toy mice placed about his body Mimo the cat sleeps soundly despite toy mice, Japan - 01 Feb 2016 A cat owner was so impressed by their pet's ability to sleep soundly they tested him out - by placing toy MICE all over his body. The Japanese feline fan snapped Mimo the cat in a typically laid-back snoozing position. Lying on his back and sprawled on a comfy duvet, Mimo didn't flinch a whisker when one plush rodent was gently plonked onto his head. A further TWENTY meeces liberally placed about the head? Not a flicker. So, a full-body mouse blanket ensued, with a top-to-toe covering in the critters. The mysterious - and michevious - 22-year-old owner, known only as Mimoza, tells REX Shutterstock: "He didn't wake up, so I played a trick". /Rex_Mimo_the_cat_sleeps_soundly_despite_toy_5579480C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Mimoza/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602011400
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    Mimo the cat sleeps soundly despite toy mice, Japan - 01 Feb 2016
    02/01/2016
    Mimoza/Shutterstock/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Mimoza/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mimoza/REX/Shutterstock (5579480c) Mimo the cat remains asleep despite 21 toy mice placed about his body Mimo the cat sleeps soundly despite toy mice, Japan - 01 Feb 2016 A cat owner was so impressed by their pet's ability to sleep soundly they tested him out - by placing toy MICE all over his body. The Japanese feline fan snapped Mimo the cat in a typically laid-back snoozing position. Lying on his back and sprawled on a comfy duvet, Mimo didn't flinch a whisker when one plush rodent was gently plonked onto his head. A further TWENTY meeces liberally placed about the head? Not a flicker. So, a full-body mouse blanket ensued, with a top-to-toe covering in the critters. The mysterious - and michevious - 22-year-old owner, known only as Mimoza, tells REX Shutterstock: "He didn't wake up, so I played a trick". /Rex_Mimo_the_cat_sleeps_soundly_despite_toy_5579480C/MANDATORY CREDIT: Mimoza/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602011400

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  • Elephant tosses buffalo
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    Elephant tosses buffalo 02/01/2016 KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant tossing the buffalo into the air) - Thats got to hurt! Youve heard of a flying saucer, but what about a FLYING BUFFALO? This is the shocking moment an unsuspecting buffalo was tossed high into the air like a rag doll by a huge elephant. The buffalo came a little too close for comfort while stalking a herd of elephants in Masai Mara, Kenya. Suddenly, the elephant bull snapped and went in for the kill - digging in his tusks and tossing the buffalo into the air with full force. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140201000238/Credit:KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011428
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    Elephant tosses buffalo
    02/01/2016
    KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The elephant tossing the buffalo into the air) - Thats got to hurt! Youve heard of a flying saucer, but what about a FLYING BUFFALO? This is the shocking moment an unsuspecting buffalo was tossed high into the air like a rag doll by a huge elephant. The buffalo came a little too close for comfort while stalking a herd of elephants in Masai Mara, Kenya. Suddenly, the elephant bull snapped and went in for the kill - digging in his tusks and tossing the buffalo into the air with full force. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_140201000238/Credit:KIM MAURER/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011428

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  • 3D paintings on the street
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    3D paintings on the street 02/01/2016 SIPA ASIA 3D paintings on the street. China 2016/Credit:SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1602011359
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    3D paintings on the street
    02/01/2016
    SIPA ASIA
    3D paintings on the street. China 2016/Credit:SIPA ASIA/SIPA/1602011359

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  • Wildebeest fights off lion
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    Wildebeest fights off lion 02/01/2016 BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The wildebeest turning the fight around and throwing the lion around) - This might just be the outbacks luckiest wildebeest - after he was caught on camera escaping the clutches of a lions jaws after apparently being dragged through the undergrowth. This safari group thought theyd stumbled upon a kill in the wild - and couldnt wait to photograph the lion winning his dinner. Bill Mornan, 32, was among the group who thought theyd seen a lion kill a wildebeest, during a trip in Amakhasi Safari Lodge, in Zululand, South Africa - and prepared to watch the lion drag its prey back to the pride. But to their surprise, the plucky wildebeest suddenly appears to come back from the dead - and within seconds, is on its feet with the lion dangling around its neck, desperately trying to cling on. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133201000202/Credit:BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011400
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    Wildebeest fights off lion
    02/01/2016
    BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The wildebeest turning the fight around and throwing the lion around) - This might just be the outbacks luckiest wildebeest - after he was caught on camera escaping the clutches of a lions jaws after apparently being dragged through the undergrowth. This safari group thought theyd stumbled upon a kill in the wild - and couldnt wait to photograph the lion winning his dinner. Bill Mornan, 32, was among the group who thought theyd seen a lion kill a wildebeest, during a trip in Amakhasi Safari Lodge, in Zululand, South Africa - and prepared to watch the lion drag its prey back to the pride. But to their surprise, the plucky wildebeest suddenly appears to come back from the dead - and within seconds, is on its feet with the lion dangling around its neck, desperately trying to cling on. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_133201000202/Credit:BILL MONAN/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011400

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  • Leopard eats snake
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    Leopard eats snake 02/01/2016 VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS N/SIPA PIC BY VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS NEWS - Talk about an easy catch! This is the moment a leopards lunchtime dreams came true when it spotted a monstrous python up for grabs. Instantly seizing the opportunity, the big cat started a one-sided tug of war in an attempt to dislodge the python from the tree. Eating on the go, the leopard alternated between taking bites and dragging it further out from the branches. It wasnt a completely easy feat though, as the snake becomes stuck at one point. The leopard then considers his options before jumping up into the tree before finally loosening the snake completely. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15334000219/Credit:VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS N/SIPA/1602011401
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    Leopard eats snake
    02/01/2016
    VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS N/SIPA
    PIC BY VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS NEWS - Talk about an easy catch! This is the moment a leopards lunchtime dreams came true when it spotted a monstrous python up for grabs. Instantly seizing the opportunity, the big cat started a one-sided tug of war in an attempt to dislodge the python from the tree. Eating on the go, the leopard alternated between taking bites and dragging it further out from the branches. It wasnt a completely easy feat though, as the snake becomes stuck at one point. The leopard then considers his options before jumping up into the tree before finally loosening the snake completely. SEE CATERS COPY /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15334000219/Credit:VILLIERS STEYN / CATERS N/SIPA/1602011401

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  • Ice castle
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    Ice castle 02/01/2016 SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Looking up the clouds) - Fit for an ice king! This incredible castle is made entirely out of ICE. Like a real-life replica of Elsas castle in Frozen, visitors can wander through the cave-like tunnels and sit on icy thrones as they explore the stunning ice palace. The chilly castle is a temporary structure designed and built by US company Ice Castles. Andy Holt, who runs a video production company, shot the incredible footage of the ice castle at William Hawrelak Park in Alberta, Canada. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131301000172/Credit:SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011329
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    Ice castle
    02/01/2016
    SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Looking up the clouds) - Fit for an ice king! This incredible castle is made entirely out of ICE. Like a real-life replica of Elsas castle in Frozen, visitors can wander through the cave-like tunnels and sit on icy thrones as they explore the stunning ice palace. The chilly castle is a temporary structure designed and built by US company Ice Castles. Andy Holt, who runs a video production company, shot the incredible footage of the ice castle at William Hawrelak Park in Alberta, Canada. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_131301000172/Credit:SAM SCHOLES/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011329

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  • If pets were humans
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    If pets were humans 02/01/2016 TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Princess dog) - Anyone with a pet will know that they can seem almost human sometimes - and these pictures take that to a whole new level. A spectacles-wearing, intellectual-looking pug engrossed in a thick book or two pooches riding their motorbike into the sunset, the scenes are nothing short of amazing. These incredible digital art photographs are the work of award-winning photographer Tracy Willis. The 46-year-old creates each image using several individual shots. She then uses the components to create imaginative scenes. She highlights that she does not use stock libraries but rather photographs every tiny detail herself - whether it be a book or a piece of biscuit. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15662000152/Credit:TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011310
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    If pets were humans
    02/01/2016
    TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Princess dog) - Anyone with a pet will know that they can seem almost human sometimes - and these pictures take that to a whole new level. A spectacles-wearing, intellectual-looking pug engrossed in a thick book or two pooches riding their motorbike into the sunset, the scenes are nothing short of amazing. These incredible digital art photographs are the work of award-winning photographer Tracy Willis. The 46-year-old creates each image using several individual shots. She then uses the components to create imaginative scenes. She highlights that she does not use stock libraries but rather photographs every tiny detail herself - whether it be a book or a piece of biscuit. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_15662000152/Credit:TRACY WILLIS/ CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1602011310

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  • Icelandair Stopover Buddy service
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    Icelandair Stopover Buddy service 02/01/2016 Solent News/SIPA EMBARGOED UNTIL TUESDAY Pictured: Take a transatlantic break in Iceland with the new Icelandair Stopover Buddy service and have a member of the airline’s team take care of the itinerary and be your personal host at no extra airfare. You might be matched with CEO, Birkir Holm Guonason. An international airline is offering it's own CEO as a tour guide after research showed Britons overspend by £17.21bn each year on holiday due to a lack of local knowledge. Passengers on Icelandair will be able to use a number of staff as 'Stopover Buddies', including 41 year old CEO Birkir Holm Guonason, who is offering to take them off-piste skiing. The airline's global study found the average tourist overspends by £50 due to not knowing the best places to eat or stay despite spending 4 hours and 36 minutes reading guidebooks and researching online before a mere weekend break. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_1301000169/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1602011315
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    Icelandair Stopover Buddy service
    02/01/2016
    Solent News/SIPA
    EMBARGOED UNTIL TUESDAY Pictured: Take a transatlantic break in Iceland with the new Icelandair Stopover Buddy service and have a member of the airline’s team take care of the itinerary and be your personal host at no extra airfare. You might be matched with CEO, Birkir Holm Guonason. An international airline is offering it's own CEO as a tour guide after research showed Britons overspend by £17.21bn each year on holiday due to a lack of local knowledge. Passengers on Icelandair will be able to use a number of staff as 'Stopover Buddies', including 41 year old CEO Birkir Holm Guonason, who is offering to take them off-piste skiing. The airline's global study found the average tourist overspends by £50 due to not knowing the best places to eat or stay despite spending 4 hours and 36 minutes reading guidebooks and researching online before a mere weekend break. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_1301000169/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1602011315

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  • Ski jump helicopter
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    Ski jump helicopter 02/01/2016 D.Carlier/SIPA /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124511/Credit:D.Carlier/SIPA/1602011257
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    Ski jump helicopter
    02/01/2016
    D.Carlier/SIPA
    /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124511/Credit:D.Carlier/SIPA/1602011257

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  • Dancing Lemur, Madagascar  - 04 Dec 2015
    REX40415186
    Dancing Lemur, Madagascar - 04 Dec 2015 02/01/2016 Shannon Benson/Shutters/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shannon Benson/REX/Shutterstock (5563173g) The Lemur pictured doing a 'jazz walk' across the road Dancing Lemur, Madagascar - 04 Dec 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwg9 "I like to move it, it move it" sings the Sifaka Lemur as it dances across the road. It is like a scene straight out of the animated film 'Madagascar'. This cheeky Lemur has been pictured strutting his stuff across a forest in Madagascar, as if trying to impress something on the other side of the road. Just like King Julien XIII from the film Madagascar, this real-life Lemur can be seen pulling out all of the best dance moves, including 'jazz hands', 'heel clicks' and a 'pink-panther' walk. /Rex_Incredible_Dancing_Lemur_Madagascar_5563173G/MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602011059
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    Dancing Lemur, Madagascar - 04 Dec 2015
    02/01/2016
    Shannon Benson/Shutters/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shannon Benson/REX/Shutterstock (5563173g) The Lemur pictured doing a 'jazz walk' across the road Dancing Lemur, Madagascar - 04 Dec 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rwg9 "I like to move it, it move it" sings the Sifaka Lemur as it dances across the road. It is like a scene straight out of the animated film 'Madagascar'. This cheeky Lemur has been pictured strutting his stuff across a forest in Madagascar, as if trying to impress something on the other side of the road. Just like King Julien XIII from the film Madagascar, this real-life Lemur can be seen pulling out all of the best dance moves, including 'jazz hands', 'heel clicks' and a 'pink-panther' walk. /Rex_Incredible_Dancing_Lemur_Madagascar_5563173G/MANDATORY CREDIT: Shannon Benson/REX Shutterstock. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1602011059

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  • Baby giraffe at Mogo Zoo, New South Wales, Australia - 29 Jan 2016
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    Baby giraffe at Mogo Zoo, New South Wales, Australia - 29 Jan 2016 02/01/2016 Newspix/Shutterstock/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gary Ramage/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock (5579440n) Baby Rothschild's giraffe Baby giraffe at Mogo Zoo, New South Wales, Australia - 29 Jan 2016 /Rex_Baby_giraffe_at_Mogo_Zoo_New_South_Wales_5579440N/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1602011043
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    Baby giraffe at Mogo Zoo, New South Wales, Australia - 29 Jan 2016
    02/01/2016
    Newspix/Shutterstock/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gary Ramage/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock (5579440n) Baby Rothschild's giraffe Baby giraffe at Mogo Zoo, New South Wales, Australia - 29 Jan 2016 /Rex_Baby_giraffe_at_Mogo_Zoo_New_South_Wales_5579440N/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1602011043

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  • The kestrel millimetres from the ground.
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    The kestrel millimetres from the ground. 01/29/2016 Austin Thomas/Solent/SIPA Pictured: The kestrel as it swoops low to the ground. This spectacular bird of prey swoops just millimetres from the ground as he hunts for food on a British road. The common kestrel looks like he is about to land - but he flies on, his wing-tips almost brushing the earth. Searching for prey such as mice, shrews, or voles, the chestnut-coloured bird circles the area and then rests on a hedge before circling again. After about 20 minutes of repeating this cycle, the striking bird of prey, whose wings span 2.5 feet, flies away. Photographer Austin Thomas captured these stunning images near the village of Rainford, Lancashire. -/SOLENTNEWS_1222.0100/Credit:Austin Thomas/Solent/SIPA/1601291833
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    The kestrel millimetres from the ground.
    01/29/2016
    Austin Thomas/Solent/SIPA
    Pictured: The kestrel as it swoops low to the ground. This spectacular bird of prey swoops just millimetres from the ground as he hunts for food on a British road. The common kestrel looks like he is about to land - but he flies on, his wing-tips almost brushing the earth. Searching for prey such as mice, shrews, or voles, the chestnut-coloured bird circles the area and then rests on a hedge before circling again. After about 20 minutes of repeating this cycle, the striking bird of prey, whose wings span 2.5 feet, flies away. Photographer Austin Thomas captured these stunning images near the village of Rainford, Lancashire. -/SOLENTNEWS_1222.0100/Credit:Austin Thomas/Solent/SIPA/1601291833

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  • Penguin chicks covered in snow in the freezing temperatures.
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    Penguin chicks covered in snow in the freezing temperatures. 01/29/2016 Gunter Riehle/Solent/SIPA Pictured: One penguin chick looks like it is a block of ice in the freezing temperatures. Baby penguins as young as three months old look like they are frozen as they huddle up in a group to survive -24 degrees Celsius. The small colony of emperor penguins are covered in ice as they attempt to seek shelter from the storm by standing behind the adults. They shut their eyes in a bid to prevent the harsh weather conditions affecting their sight as they try and keep warm. Food engineer Gunther Riehle, 53, from Kirchheim unter Teck, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany, braved the cold in Antarctica to capture the moment. -/SOLENTNEWS_1222.0117/Credit:Gunter Riehle/Solent/SIPA/1601291835
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    Penguin chicks covered in snow in the freezing temperatures.
    01/29/2016
    Gunter Riehle/Solent/SIPA
    Pictured: One penguin chick looks like it is a block of ice in the freezing temperatures. Baby penguins as young as three months old look like they are frozen as they huddle up in a group to survive -24 degrees Celsius. The small colony of emperor penguins are covered in ice as they attempt to seek shelter from the storm by standing behind the adults. They shut their eyes in a bid to prevent the harsh weather conditions affecting their sight as they try and keep warm. Food engineer Gunther Riehle, 53, from Kirchheim unter Teck, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany, braved the cold in Antarctica to capture the moment. -/SOLENTNEWS_1222.0117/Credit:Gunter Riehle/Solent/SIPA/1601291835

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  • MOLIETS ET MAA : The Gulls Keeper
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    MOLIETS ET MAA : The Gulls Keeper 01/29/2016 GUILLAUME COLLET/SIPA Jean Luc is dedicated to the sea gulls that populate this sandy stretch in the Landes near the Courant d’Huchet Nature Reserve off France’s Atlantic coast. He feeds them twice a day - mornings and evenings. He also considers it his mission to attract attention to the dangers of micro-detritus, a major invisible menace to the ecological system. Moliets et Maa, France - 29/01/2015/COLLET_COLLET1713.008/Credit:GUILLAUME COLLET/SIPA/1601291737
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    MOLIETS ET MAA : The Gulls Keeper
    01/29/2016
    GUILLAUME COLLET/SIPA
    Jean Luc is dedicated to the sea gulls that populate this sandy stretch in the Landes near the Courant d’Huchet Nature Reserve off France’s Atlantic coast. He feeds them twice a day - mornings and evenings. He also considers it his mission to attract attention to the dangers of micro-detritus, a major invisible menace to the ecological system. Moliets et Maa, France - 29/01/2015/COLLET_COLLET1713.008/Credit:GUILLAUME COLLET/SIPA/1601291737

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  • Antipode Rocket-Boosted Jet
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    Antipode Rocket-Boosted Jet 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (Pictured: Antipode jet concept) - These radical designs propose an incredible jet that would be capable of flying from New York to London in just 11 MINUTES. The Anitpode would be capable of reaching MACH 24 - more than 12 times faster than the record-breaking speeds reached by Concorde. Capable of carrying up to 10 people, the Antipode could travel more than 12,000 miles in under an hour. The conceptual designs were envisaged by Charles Bombardier, who garnered much media attention last year when he thought up the incredibly fast - but slower than the Antipode - Skreemr jet. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124103/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
    00739992
    Antipode Rocket-Boosted Jet
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (Pictured: Antipode jet concept) - These radical designs propose an incredible jet that would be capable of flying from New York to London in just 11 MINUTES. The Anitpode would be capable of reaching MACH 24 - more than 12 times faster than the record-breaking speeds reached by Concorde. Capable of carrying up to 10 people, the Antipode could travel more than 12,000 miles in under an hour. The conceptual designs were envisaged by Charles Bombardier, who garnered much media attention last year when he thought up the incredibly fast - but slower than the Antipode - Skreemr jet. - /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_124103/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Base jump in the city
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    Base jump in the city 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The base jumpers jumping off the sky scraper) - Dont look down! This nail-biting footage shows a group of daredevil base jumpers leaping from a sky scraper. The stomach-churning video shows the fearless adventurers jumping from dizzying heights, before soaring through the air with a breath-taking view of the city as they parachute to the ground. The video was taken by director and extreme sports enthusiast Mykhailo Kostiuchenko, from Ukraine, at one of the tallest buildings in Kiev, Ukraine - measuring a staggering 107 metres high. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134704/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
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    Base jump in the city
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The base jumpers jumping off the sky scraper) - Dont look down! This nail-biting footage shows a group of daredevil base jumpers leaping from a sky scraper. The stomach-churning video shows the fearless adventurers jumping from dizzying heights, before soaring through the air with a breath-taking view of the city as they parachute to the ground. The video was taken by director and extreme sports enthusiast Mykhailo Kostiuchenko, from Ukraine, at one of the tallest buildings in Kiev, Ukraine - measuring a staggering 107 metres high. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_134704/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Tiger splash
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    Tiger splash 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Adrienn VinczePhotographer) - These adorable snaps of a trio of playful tigers splashing around in a pool will melt your heart. Two tigers start play fighting as they splash around in the water, before theyre joined by a third sibling eager to join in the fun. Amateur photographer Adrienn Vincze, 27, snapped the adorable tigers at a private zoo in Hungary, where she is a volunteer. Adrienn, who is studying for an MA in business development at the University of Budapest, said: I have always loved animals, and after starting my masters course I found a zoo nearby where you could pet lion cubs. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141010/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
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    Tiger splash
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Adrienn VinczePhotographer) - These adorable snaps of a trio of playful tigers splashing around in a pool will melt your heart. Two tigers start play fighting as they splash around in the water, before theyre joined by a third sibling eager to join in the fun. Amateur photographer Adrienn Vincze, 27, snapped the adorable tigers at a private zoo in Hungary, where she is a volunteer. Adrienn, who is studying for an MA in business development at the University of Budapest, said: I have always loved animals, and after starting my masters course I found a zoo nearby where you could pet lion cubs. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141010/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Rhino vs lions watering hole
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    Rhino vs lions watering hole 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The rhino trying to get out of the water hole) - This is the incredibly tense moment a pregnant rhino almost became dinner for three hungry lions after she got stuck in a watering hole. The black rhino was spotted drinking from the watering hole in Etosha National Park, South Africa, when she lost her footing and fell in. Heavily pregnant, the rhino struggled to pull herself up onto the bank, sliding back into the water on almost every attempt. Spotting the rhinos predicament, three hungry lions almost licked their lips at the thought of an easy lunch and began to circle the vulnerable rhino. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135201/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
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    Rhino vs lions watering hole
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The rhino trying to get out of the water hole) - This is the incredibly tense moment a pregnant rhino almost became dinner for three hungry lions after she got stuck in a watering hole. The black rhino was spotted drinking from the watering hole in Etosha National Park, South Africa, when she lost her footing and fell in. Heavily pregnant, the rhino struggled to pull herself up onto the bank, sliding back into the water on almost every attempt. Spotting the rhinos predicament, three hungry lions almost licked their lips at the thought of an easy lunch and began to circle the vulnerable rhino. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135201/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Snake shredding his skin
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    Snake shredding his skin 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The snake shredding his skin) - Snakes alive! Heres the asssssstounding footage of a slithering snake shedding its skin. The incredible video shows the scaly green serpent slinking around a cage, leaving his tired old skin behind as he winds himself around a branch. The footage of the deadly mamba snake was taken by Julia Sundukova, at a snake museum in Tanzania, Africa. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135403/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
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    Snake shredding his skin
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The snake shredding his skin) - Snakes alive! Heres the asssssstounding footage of a slithering snake shedding its skin. The incredible video shows the scaly green serpent slinking around a cage, leaving his tired old skin behind as he winds himself around a branch. The footage of the deadly mamba snake was taken by Julia Sundukova, at a snake museum in Tanzania, Africa. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135403/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Jackal and bird bone fight
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    Jackal and bird bone fight 01/29/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The vulture and jackal fight) - This is the dramatic standoff between a jackal and a vulture who brazenly attempted to steal his snack, a wildebeest bone. The jackal thought hed got lunch sorted when, out of nowhere, a vulture descended from the sky and attempted to snatch the bone from him. The vulture tried its best to intimidate the jackal with its towering wings, but ultimately failed as the jackal clung onto the bone, which was bigger than himself, with all his might. While the huge bone was big enough to share, the jackal must have not felt very compassionate, as he swiftly dashed off. The fight, which lasted only two minutes, was captured by German photographer Ingo Gerlach in Masai Mara, Kenya. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135014/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523
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    Jackal and bird bone fight
    01/29/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The vulture and jackal fight) - This is the dramatic standoff between a jackal and a vulture who brazenly attempted to steal his snack, a wildebeest bone. The jackal thought hed got lunch sorted when, out of nowhere, a vulture descended from the sky and attempted to snatch the bone from him. The vulture tried its best to intimidate the jackal with its towering wings, but ultimately failed as the jackal clung onto the bone, which was bigger than himself, with all his might. While the huge bone was big enough to share, the jackal must have not felt very compassionate, as he swiftly dashed off. The fight, which lasted only two minutes, was captured by German photographer Ingo Gerlach in Masai Mara, Kenya. ./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_135014/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601291523

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  • Amazing Rainbow
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    Amazing Rainbow 01/29/2016 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A photographer has captured the rare phenomenon of a rainbow caused by ice rather than rain. This otherworldly vertical rainbow looks like a magical pillar coming straight down from heaven to the snowy earth. The dreamy scene is like a setting from a fairytale, with snow-coated trees shining in the sunlight against a backdrop of cloudy mountains. These breathtaking photographs were captured by journalist Elena Sellberg in Uvdal, Norway, at an altitude of 1050 metres. /SOLENTNEWS_122101/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601291239
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    Amazing Rainbow
    01/29/2016
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A photographer has captured the rare phenomenon of a rainbow caused by ice rather than rain. This otherworldly vertical rainbow looks like a magical pillar coming straight down from heaven to the snowy earth. The dreamy scene is like a setting from a fairytale, with snow-coated trees shining in the sunlight against a backdrop of cloudy mountains. These breathtaking photographs were captured by journalist Elena Sellberg in Uvdal, Norway, at an altitude of 1050 metres. /SOLENTNEWS_122101/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601291239

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  • Swooping Owl
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    Swooping Owl 01/29/2016 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Pictured: The owl in flight This spectacular owl swoops down and flies low through snowy cattails in search of food - and even stops to give a photographer an intense look with its piercing eyes. The great grey owl looks magnificent as it opens up its wings and flies through a stunning snowy woodland. As it is swooping through the air in search of food, it notices a camera and looks straight at it. These pictures, taken by photographer Arash Hazeghi, were taken at a frozen lake in Ottawa, Canada, where temperatures dropped to as low as -6 degrees Celsius. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Arash Hazeghi/Solent News ' Arash Hazeghi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_121503/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601291236
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    Swooping Owl
    01/29/2016
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Pictured: The owl in flight This spectacular owl swoops down and flies low through snowy cattails in search of food - and even stops to give a photographer an intense look with its piercing eyes. The great grey owl looks magnificent as it opens up its wings and flies through a stunning snowy woodland. As it is swooping through the air in search of food, it notices a camera and looks straight at it. These pictures, taken by photographer Arash Hazeghi, were taken at a frozen lake in Ottawa, Canada, where temperatures dropped to as low as -6 degrees Celsius. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Arash Hazeghi/Solent News ' Arash Hazeghi/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800/SOLENTNEWS_121503/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601291236

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  • Stunning Wedding Ceremony Held In Cornish Cave
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    Stunning Wedding Ceremony Held In Cornish Cave 01/29/2016 HOTSPOT/SIPA Pic By HotSpot Media - STUNNING WEDDING CEREMONY HELD IN CORNISH CAVE - IN PIC - A bat on the ceiling of the Cornish cavern. - ILLUMINATED with 500 candles, a cave in Cornwall is transformed into a unique underground wedding venue. Sixty slate steps lead hard hat clad guests down to the picturesque cavern, which features a crystal clear lake. The venue, Carnglaze Caverns, which is underneath a slate quarry, is located in the Loveny Valley, near the village of St Neot, Cornwall...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_120806/Credit:HOTSPOT/SIPA/1601291227
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    Stunning Wedding Ceremony Held In Cornish Cave
    01/29/2016
    HOTSPOT/SIPA
    Pic By HotSpot Media - STUNNING WEDDING CEREMONY HELD IN CORNISH CAVE - IN PIC - A bat on the ceiling of the Cornish cavern. - ILLUMINATED with 500 candles, a cave in Cornwall is transformed into a unique underground wedding venue. Sixty slate steps lead hard hat clad guests down to the picturesque cavern, which features a crystal clear lake. The venue, Carnglaze Caverns, which is underneath a slate quarry, is located in the Loveny Valley, near the village of St Neot, Cornwall...SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004/HOTSPOTMEDIA_120806/Credit:HOTSPOT/SIPA/1601291227

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  • Best supermarket trolley
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    Best supermarket trolley 01/28/2016 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Pictured: The trolley in use at ASDA, Clapham. The 'best supermarket trolley in the world' was unveiled today - featuring an electric engine, beer cooling system and even satellite navigation. The green and gold bespoke trolley was created by beer brand Carlsberg and also boasts alloy wheels and a leather racing seat. Carlsberg worked with car customiser Yiannimize, which has customised cars belonging to celebrities such as Gordon Ramsay, footballer John Terry and singer Zayn Malik, to revamp a standard supermarket trolley. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_164904/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601281728
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    Best supermarket trolley
    01/28/2016
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Pictured: The trolley in use at ASDA, Clapham. The 'best supermarket trolley in the world' was unveiled today - featuring an electric engine, beer cooling system and even satellite navigation. The green and gold bespoke trolley was created by beer brand Carlsberg and also boasts alloy wheels and a leather racing seat. Carlsberg worked with car customiser Yiannimize, which has customised cars belonging to celebrities such as Gordon Ramsay, footballer John Terry and singer Zayn Malik, to revamp a standard supermarket trolley. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. /SOLENTNEWS_164904/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1601281728

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  • Online Museum of bullying exhibition
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    Online Museum of bullying exhibition 01/28/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA An online 'museum of bullying' exhibition has launched to show the harsh reality of what children go through each day when they are picked on. The concept of the powerful artwork, which is displayed online, is that bullying should be a thing of the past and it should be shown only in museums. The exhibition has used props representing the most common forms of bullying including chewing gum in someone's hair, broken glasses and a chair with the word 'freak' scribbled on it. The idea came from interactive agency ENTER based in Vilnius, Lithuania, who have been working with a children's hotline on how to address bullying./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145912/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281511
    00739841
    Online Museum of bullying exhibition
    01/28/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    An online 'museum of bullying' exhibition has launched to show the harsh reality of what children go through each day when they are picked on. The concept of the powerful artwork, which is displayed online, is that bullying should be a thing of the past and it should be shown only in museums. The exhibition has used props representing the most common forms of bullying including chewing gum in someone's hair, broken glasses and a chair with the word 'freak' scribbled on it. The idea came from interactive agency ENTER based in Vilnius, Lithuania, who have been working with a children's hotline on how to address bullying./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145912/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281511

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  • Miami mansion with water slide
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    Miami mansion with water slide 01/28/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Downstairs bedroom ) - A brand new Miami Beach house with a 43ft-long WATER SLIDE has made a splash after going on the market for a whopping 4M (23.75M). Extending from the second floor of the property, the 20ft-high slide runs into the tropical swimming pool below. The luxurious six-bed home comes with staff quarters and a separate building with a half-basketball court that can also be used as a studio or gym. With modern fittings, Pine Tree South measures 16,000 square-feet and has 100ft of waterfront on a canal with a custom built dock. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_MIAMI_BEACH_HOUSE_WITH_WATERSLI/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281428
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    Miami mansion with water slide
    01/28/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Downstairs bedroom ) - A brand new Miami Beach house with a 43ft-long WATER SLIDE has made a splash after going on the market for a whopping 4M (23.75M). Extending from the second floor of the property, the 20ft-high slide runs into the tropical swimming pool below. The luxurious six-bed home comes with staff quarters and a separate building with a half-basketball court that can also be used as a studio or gym. With modern fittings, Pine Tree South measures 16,000 square-feet and has 100ft of waterfront on a canal with a custom built dock. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_MIAMI_BEACH_HOUSE_WITH_WATERSLI/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281428

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  • Volcano gates of hell
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    Volcano gates of hell 01/28/2016 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The volcano in the distance) - Unb-lava-ble! This amazing collection of images showing spectacular volcanic eruptions will blow you away. It looks like a scene from a film the incredible footage shows a volcanic eruption as youve never seen it before. The stunning images show the red-hot lava shooting straight out of the volcano in super high definition, sending sparks flying and lighting up the sky with a red glow. The photos were taken at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Reunion Island, a French island in the Indian Ocean one of the most active volcanoes in the world. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141815/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281428
    00739835
    Volcano gates of hell
    01/28/2016
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The volcano in the distance) - Unb-lava-ble! This amazing collection of images showing spectacular volcanic eruptions will blow you away. It looks like a scene from a film the incredible footage shows a volcanic eruption as youve never seen it before. The stunning images show the red-hot lava shooting straight out of the volcano in super high definition, sending sparks flying and lighting up the sky with a red glow. The photos were taken at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Reunion Island, a French island in the Indian Ocean one of the most active volcanoes in the world. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_141815/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1601281428

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