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  • SHANGHAI POLICE
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    SHANGHAI POLICE 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: 1900, Albert Aiers aged 16, as Postman in Bordesley Green, Birmingham. ) - The amazing secret history of a Brummie post boy who became one of Chinas top detectives - leading the fight against opium gangs - has been revealed for the first time. At the turn of the century, as the Peaky Blinders ruled the streets of his city, 18-year-old postie Albert Aiers answered a newspaper ad to move to Shanghai to join the police force. But he soon rose to become one of the countrys most revered policemen after smashing dozens of the organised crime rings and was rewarded with trophies worth thousands of pounds from Chinese officials. He became famous in Shanghai as the detective who helped blow apart the opium drug rings worth millions of pounds - risking his life to bring the criminals to justice. He only returned to England after 35 years because his wife hated living in fear in the city - and she promptly used her husbands silver trophies to pay bills when they returned to Bordesley Green, Birmingham, in 1938. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_shsh_01/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244
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    SHANGHAI POLICE
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: 1900, Albert Aiers aged 16, as Postman in Bordesley Green, Birmingham. ) - The amazing secret history of a Brummie post boy who became one of Chinas top detectives - leading the fight against opium gangs - has been revealed for the first time. At the turn of the century, as the Peaky Blinders ruled the streets of his city, 18-year-old postie Albert Aiers answered a newspaper ad to move to Shanghai to join the police force. But he soon rose to become one of the countrys most revered policemen after smashing dozens of the organised crime rings and was rewarded with trophies worth thousands of pounds from Chinese officials. He became famous in Shanghai as the detective who helped blow apart the opium drug rings worth millions of pounds - risking his life to bring the criminals to justice. He only returned to England after 35 years because his wife hated living in fear in the city - and she promptly used her husbands silver trophies to pay bills when they returned to Bordesley Green, Birmingham, in 1938. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_shsh_01/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244

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  • STUNNING PHOTOS SHOW HUMPBACK WHALES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC
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    STUNNING PHOTOS SHOW HUMPBACK WHALES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY GRANT THOMAS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Humpback whales off the coast of Tonja ) A photographer has swum with whales - and produced stunning images that document his experience. Taken by photographer Grant Thomas, 27, the photos shows the whales up close and personal like youve never seen them before. The stunning images were taken off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific. Grant said: I have always had a fascination with the natural world and in particular the ocean, as well as photography but it wasnt until I started working as a Scuba diving Diving instructor and purchased my first underwater housing four years ago that I took my photography underwater. SEE CATERS COPY - GRANT THOMAS / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_SWIMMING_WITH_HUMPBACKS_013/1911211246/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211248
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    STUNNING PHOTOS SHOW HUMPBACK WHALES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY GRANT THOMAS / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Humpback whales off the coast of Tonja ) A photographer has swum with whales - and produced stunning images that document his experience. Taken by photographer Grant Thomas, 27, the photos shows the whales up close and personal like youve never seen them before. The stunning images were taken off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific. Grant said: I have always had a fascination with the natural world and in particular the ocean, as well as photography but it wasnt until I started working as a Scuba diving Diving instructor and purchased my first underwater housing four years ago that I took my photography underwater. SEE CATERS COPY - GRANT THOMAS / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_SWIMMING_WITH_HUMPBACKS_013/1911211246/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211248

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  • Abandoned dog gets home for xmas
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    Abandoned dog gets home for xmas 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM BLUE CROSS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED May the dog happy in her new home ) A poor pup that was left for dead has finally found her forever home and is excited to spend her first Christmas with her new family. May, a lurcher pup, was found sick and malnourished in a supermarket car park in North London, when she was only three months old. She was very poorly and probably would be put to sleep but she has now made an amazing recovery and is about to experience her first Christmas. Her owner, Charlotte Banks, 29, from Cirencester, Gloucestershire said: "Id been looking for a rescue dog for a while and something about Mays picture pulled on my heartstrings. SEE CATERS COPY - BLUE CROSS / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_ABANDONED_DOG_GETS_HOME_FOR_XMA/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244
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    Abandoned dog gets home for xmas
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM BLUE CROSS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED May the dog happy in her new home ) A poor pup that was left for dead has finally found her forever home and is excited to spend her first Christmas with her new family. May, a lurcher pup, was found sick and malnourished in a supermarket car park in North London, when she was only three months old. She was very poorly and probably would be put to sleep but she has now made an amazing recovery and is about to experience her first Christmas. Her owner, Charlotte Banks, 29, from Cirencester, Gloucestershire said: "Id been looking for a rescue dog for a while and something about Mays picture pulled on my heartstrings. SEE CATERS COPY - BLUE CROSS / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_ABANDONED_DOG_GETS_HOME_FOR_XMA/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244

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  • BRIT DETECTIVE WHO SMASHED CHINESE OPIUM RINGS
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    BRIT DETECTIVE WHO SMASHED CHINESE OPIUM RINGS 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: 1902, Albert Aiers aged 18, as Police officer in Shanghai, China. ) - The amazing secret history of a Brummie post boy who became one of Chinas top detectives - leading the fight against opium gangs - has been revealed for the first time. At the turn of the century, as the Peaky Blinders ruled the streets of his city, 18-year-old postie Albert Aiers answered a newspaper ad to move to Shanghai to join the police force. But he soon rose to become one of the countrys most revered policemen after smashing dozens of the organised crime rings and was rewarded with trophies worth thousands of pounds from Chinese officials. He became famous in Shanghai as the detective who helped blow apart the opium drug rings worth millions of pounds - risking his life to bring the criminals to justice. He only returned to England after 35 years because his wife hated living in fear in the city - and she promptly used her husbands silver trophies to pay bills when they returned to Bordesley Green, Birmingham, in 1938. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_shsh_02/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244
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    BRIT DETECTIVE WHO SMASHED CHINESE OPIUM RINGS
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: 1902, Albert Aiers aged 18, as Police officer in Shanghai, China. ) - The amazing secret history of a Brummie post boy who became one of Chinas top detectives - leading the fight against opium gangs - has been revealed for the first time. At the turn of the century, as the Peaky Blinders ruled the streets of his city, 18-year-old postie Albert Aiers answered a newspaper ad to move to Shanghai to join the police force. But he soon rose to become one of the countrys most revered policemen after smashing dozens of the organised crime rings and was rewarded with trophies worth thousands of pounds from Chinese officials. He became famous in Shanghai as the detective who helped blow apart the opium drug rings worth millions of pounds - risking his life to bring the criminals to justice. He only returned to England after 35 years because his wife hated living in fear in the city - and she promptly used her husbands silver trophies to pay bills when they returned to Bordesley Green, Birmingham, in 1938. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_shsh_02/1911211242/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244

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  • IT'S OFFICIAL: PEOPLE WHO HOG THE SOFA MAKE THE BEST LOVERS, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH
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    IT'S OFFICIAL: PEOPLE WHO HOG THE SOFA MAKE THE BEST LOVERS, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY BRAD WAKEFIELD / MERCURY PRESS (Charlotte Buckley, 25 from Bedfordshire demonstrating The Knee Hugger - holding everything together) A nationwide study delved into the sofa habits of Brits and found that the way you sit can reflect your personality, your earning power, and even your sex life. The Kama-sit-ra Report, by Harveys Furniture, identified eight sofa sitting styles, and found that those who spread themselves out across the whole settee (Hoggers) will give you the best time between the sheets. More than a third (36 per cent) of Hoggers claim to be good lovers, compared to an overall average of 31 per cent. SEE MERCURY COPY - BRAD WAKEFIELD / MERCURY PRESS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM_SOFA_STYLES_007_1/1911211250/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211252
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    IT'S OFFICIAL: PEOPLE WHO HOG THE SOFA MAKE THE BEST LOVERS, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY BRAD WAKEFIELD / MERCURY PRESS (Charlotte Buckley, 25 from Bedfordshire demonstrating The Knee Hugger - holding everything together) A nationwide study delved into the sofa habits of Brits and found that the way you sit can reflect your personality, your earning power, and even your sex life. The Kama-sit-ra Report, by Harveys Furniture, identified eight sofa sitting styles, and found that those who spread themselves out across the whole settee (Hoggers) will give you the best time between the sheets. More than a third (36 per cent) of Hoggers claim to be good lovers, compared to an overall average of 31 per cent. SEE MERCURY COPY - BRAD WAKEFIELD / MERCURY PRESS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM_SOFA_STYLES_007_1/1911211250/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211252

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  • SONS TRANSPLANT BROUGHT ME NEW BEST FRIEND
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    SONS TRANSPLANT BROUGHT ME NEW BEST FRIEND 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Second transplant with Jonathans liver. ) A grieving mum who donated her sons organs has become best friends with the family of a teenager who received his liver. June Payne, 66, tragically lost her youngest son Jonathan, aged 17 after a horrific motorbike accident. The mum-of-four decided to donate his heart, lungs, liver, kidneys and pancreas after he was declared brain dead. And her selfless actions saved the life of Dylan Bridgwood, now 18, who was in a desperate need of a new liver after being born with a rare disease called Biliary Atresia - which causes the bile ducts to grow abnormally narrow. SEE CATERS COPY. - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_TRANSPLANT_MEET_UP_002/1911211246/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211248
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    SONS TRANSPLANT BROUGHT ME NEW BEST FRIEND
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Second transplant with Jonathans liver. ) A grieving mum who donated her sons organs has become best friends with the family of a teenager who received his liver. June Payne, 66, tragically lost her youngest son Jonathan, aged 17 after a horrific motorbike accident. The mum-of-four decided to donate his heart, lungs, liver, kidneys and pancreas after he was declared brain dead. And her selfless actions saved the life of Dylan Bridgwood, now 18, who was in a desperate need of a new liver after being born with a rare disease called Biliary Atresia - which causes the bile ducts to grow abnormally narrow. SEE CATERS COPY. - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_TRANSPLANT_MEET_UP_002/1911211246/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211248

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  • 1930s HOUSE TRANSFORMATION
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    1930s HOUSE TRANSFORMATION 21/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Before photos of Siobhan Murphys bathroom.) A woman has stepped back in time by transforming her mansion into a 1930s dream - after filling it with animal print, bespoke paintings and bright colours. Siobhan Murphy, 42, refers to herself as a maximalist when it comes to decorating as she isn't afraid to layer her home with patterns on top of patterns. The NHS worker was not only inspired by the 1930s era but her wardrobe too where she found a variety of designs that prompted her to put her unique spin on the interior. Siobhan, from Leeds, West Yorks said: "I moved into the property around twelve weeks ago, and the walls were magnolia, plain and boring. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_1930_HOUSE_TRANSFORMATION_006/1911211240/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244
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    1930s HOUSE TRANSFORMATION
    21/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Before photos of Siobhan Murphys bathroom.) A woman has stepped back in time by transforming her mansion into a 1930s dream - after filling it with animal print, bespoke paintings and bright colours. Siobhan Murphy, 42, refers to herself as a maximalist when it comes to decorating as she isn't afraid to layer her home with patterns on top of patterns. The NHS worker was not only inspired by the 1930s era but her wardrobe too where she found a variety of designs that prompted her to put her unique spin on the interior. Siobhan, from Leeds, West Yorks said: "I moved into the property around twelve weeks ago, and the walls were magnolia, plain and boring. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_1930_HOUSE_TRANSFORMATION_006/1911211240/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911211244

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  • CHINA-INNER MONGOLIA-HOHHOT-CLEANING ROBOT (CN)
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    CHINA-INNER MONGOLIA-HOHHOT-CLEANING ROBOT (CN) 20/11/2019 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA (191120) -- HOHHOT, Nov. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A smart cleaning robot is at work in Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 20, 2019. The device is able to circumvent any obstacle it encounters along computerized cleaning routes. (Xinhua/Liu Lei) - Liu Lei -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007498_20191120_PEPFN0A001/1911201513/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911201514
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    CHINA-INNER MONGOLIA-HOHHOT-CLEANING ROBOT (CN)
    20/11/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (191120) -- HOHHOT, Nov. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A smart cleaning robot is at work in Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 20, 2019. The device is able to circumvent any obstacle it encounters along computerized cleaning routes. (Xinhua/Liu Lei) - Liu Lei -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007498_20191120_PEPFN0A001/1911201513/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911201514

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  • CHINA-SHAANXI-CAPTIVE BROWN GIANT PANDA-ADOPTION (CN)
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    CHINA-SHAANXI-CAPTIVE BROWN GIANT PANDA-ADOPTION (CN) 20/11/2019 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA (191120) -- XI'AN, Nov. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The male brown-and-white panda Qizai (meaning "7th son") eats food at the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on Sept. 7, 2018. A ceremony was held Wednesday at the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, to celebrate the adoption of the world's only captive brown giant panda. TO GO WITH "World's only captive brown giant panda adopted" (Xinhua/Zhang Bowen) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007490_20191120_PEPFN0A001/1911201512/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911201512
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    CHINA-SHAANXI-CAPTIVE BROWN GIANT PANDA-ADOPTION (CN)
    20/11/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (191120) -- XI'AN, Nov. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The male brown-and-white panda Qizai (meaning "7th son") eats food at the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on Sept. 7, 2018. A ceremony was held Wednesday at the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, to celebrate the adoption of the world's only captive brown giant panda. TO GO WITH "World's only captive brown giant panda adopted" (Xinhua/Zhang Bowen) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007490_20191120_PEPFN0A001/1911201512/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911201512

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  • Burrowing owl
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    Burrowing owl 20/11/2019 Marta Demarteau/Solent Ne/SIPA Pictured: A burrowing owl opens its wings and stands off against a nearby stork. Photographer Marta Demarteau captured the moment the typically cute animal retaliated to being threatened by giving off loud shrieks and this defensive stance at the Diessens Broek Nature Reserve, Netherlands. The 38 year-old said "In Diessen the owls will mostly stay outside during the day, so they can dig, walk, rest and fly out in the open. In other words, they can still use their natural imprinted instincts and show their natural behavior. The burrowing owl likes to dig in its burrow, alone, without interruption.” “In the image one of the burrowing owls at the nature reserve comes to a stand-off with a common stork that is also living there and came too close to its liking.“ Marta Demarteau is a volunteer at the Diessens Broek Nature Reserve and said "The burrowing owl felt threatened, so it had two options: dive down the burrow and wait out the supposed danger, or to fluff itself up to a size that could make an impression along with high shrieks. The owl decided to get big and loud!” “The action only lasted for a few seconds. The stork eventually decided to make a detour around the owl." Please byline: Marta Demarteau/Solent News Â' Marta Demarteau/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0001035/1911201440/Credit:Marta Demarteau/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911201442
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    Burrowing owl
    20/11/2019
    Marta Demarteau/Solent Ne/SIPA
    Pictured: A burrowing owl opens its wings and stands off against a nearby stork. Photographer Marta Demarteau captured the moment the typically cute animal retaliated to being threatened by giving off loud shrieks and this defensive stance at the Diessens Broek Nature Reserve, Netherlands. The 38 year-old said "In Diessen the owls will mostly stay outside during the day, so they can dig, walk, rest and fly out in the open. In other words, they can still use their natural imprinted instincts and show their natural behavior. The burrowing owl likes to dig in its burrow, alone, without interruption.” “In the image one of the burrowing owls at the nature reserve comes to a stand-off with a common stork that is also living there and came too close to its liking.“ Marta Demarteau is a volunteer at the Diessens Broek Nature Reserve and said "The burrowing owl felt threatened, so it had two options: dive down the burrow and wait out the supposed danger, or to fluff itself up to a size that could make an impression along with high shrieks. The owl decided to get big and loud!” “The action only lasted for a few seconds. The stork eventually decided to make a detour around the owl." Please byline: Marta Demarteau/Solent News Â' Marta Demarteau/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0001035/1911201440/Credit:Marta Demarteau/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911201442

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  • Camel Train
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    Camel Train 20/11/2019 Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: A camel train is led along giant sand dunes at sunset, leaving a trail of prints behind them. Accompanied by two herders they venture through the Kumtag Desert, which is part of the much larger Taklamakan Desert, in Xinjiang, China. Landscape photographer Kah-Wai Lin stood on higher dunes to capture the images. The critically endangered Bactrian camels stand at around 7ft tall, and unlike other the more common Dromedary variety, have two humps. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News ' Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SN029/1911201429/Credit:Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News/SIPA/1911201429
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    Camel Train
    20/11/2019
    Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: A camel train is led along giant sand dunes at sunset, leaving a trail of prints behind them. Accompanied by two herders they venture through the Kumtag Desert, which is part of the much larger Taklamakan Desert, in Xinjiang, China. Landscape photographer Kah-Wai Lin stood on higher dunes to capture the images. The critically endangered Bactrian camels stand at around 7ft tall, and unlike other the more common Dromedary variety, have two humps. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News ' Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SN029/1911201429/Credit:Kah-Wai Lin/Solent News/SIPA/1911201429

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  • Colourful Cloth
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    Colourful Cloth 20/11/2019 Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent N/SIPA Pictured: Thousands of multi-coloured sheets of cotton are delicately laid out to dry under the blazing heat. The patchwork of purple, pink, blue and orange stretches towards the horizon after workers unfold hundreds of metres of freshly-dyed cloth. The field, in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, is packed with the bright sheets which will be used to create traditional women's dresses. Cotton cloths ready for dyeing are plunged into water before wax is used to create stunning multi-coloured Batik patterns. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ' Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SN015/1911201428/Credit:Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent N/SIPA/1911201429
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    Colourful Cloth
    20/11/2019
    Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent N/SIPA
    Pictured: Thousands of multi-coloured sheets of cotton are delicately laid out to dry under the blazing heat. The patchwork of purple, pink, blue and orange stretches towards the horizon after workers unfold hundreds of metres of freshly-dyed cloth. The field, in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, is packed with the bright sheets which will be used to create traditional women's dresses. Cotton cloths ready for dyeing are plunged into water before wax is used to create stunning multi-coloured Batik patterns. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ' Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SN015/1911201428/Credit:Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent N/SIPA/1911201429

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  • PINK POODLE THERAPY DOG
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    PINK POODLE THERAPY DOG 20/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Karen Simmons with Cupcake visiiting a hospital patient) A pink poodle has helped to put a smile on hundreds of hospital patients' faces after training as a therapy dog. Seven-year-old pooch, Cupcake, has been a therapy dog for four years and her striking appearance never fails to make people smile. Her doting owner, Karen Simmons, 62, retired from the ambulance services but wanted to continue to help people. Karen - who owns 11 dogs - says her pooches lift her spirits daily, but Cupcake has always had a gentle persona which is why she trained her to become a therapy dog. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01902/1911201155/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201200
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    PINK POODLE THERAPY DOG
    20/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Karen Simmons with Cupcake visiiting a hospital patient) A pink poodle has helped to put a smile on hundreds of hospital patients' faces after training as a therapy dog. Seven-year-old pooch, Cupcake, has been a therapy dog for four years and her striking appearance never fails to make people smile. Her doting owner, Karen Simmons, 62, retired from the ambulance services but wanted to continue to help people. Karen - who owns 11 dogs - says her pooches lift her spirits daily, but Cupcake has always had a gentle persona which is why she trained her to become a therapy dog. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01902/1911201155/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201200

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  • CAT WITH A MOUSTACHE
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    CAT WITH A MOUSTACHE 20/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED CHARLIE THE CAT) - Sporting a perfect moustache, Charlie the cat appears to be taking the internet by storm - as people love her odd fur markings. Looking every inch the re-incarnation of famous actor Charlie Chaplin, eight year old Charlie has gone viral with her hilarious pictures. The 1920's actor was well known for his iconic moustache and bowler hat combo and for featuring in films such as The Kid, The Gold Rush and A King in New York. As her weekly photos gather in over 5K likes a time, the domestic short hair mix's unique attribute only serves to make her even more loveable. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01890/1911201153/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154
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    CAT WITH A MOUSTACHE
    20/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED CHARLIE THE CAT) - Sporting a perfect moustache, Charlie the cat appears to be taking the internet by storm - as people love her odd fur markings. Looking every inch the re-incarnation of famous actor Charlie Chaplin, eight year old Charlie has gone viral with her hilarious pictures. The 1920's actor was well known for his iconic moustache and bowler hat combo and for featuring in films such as The Kid, The Gold Rush and A King in New York. As her weekly photos gather in over 5K likes a time, the domestic short hair mix's unique attribute only serves to make her even more loveable. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01890/1911201153/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154

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  • ALBINO TURTLE WITH LONG NECK
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    ALBINO TURTLE WITH LONG NECK 20/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Michael Aquilina/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Hope the baby Albino turtle is in the tank) A reptile enthusiast showed off a baby albino turtle with an incredibly long neck that makes her look like a mini dinosaur. Mike Aquilina Ð known as AquaMike on social media Ð is well-known for caring for rare reptiles, including an albino turtle called Hope whose heart beats out of her chest. His newest arrival may not have a name yet, but the Florida softshell turtle has caused quite a stir online with her unusually long neck. Moving on to hear back legs, the tiny turtle strains her neck to the surface of her tank at home in New Jersey, USA. SEE CATERS COPY. - Michael Aquilina/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01867/1911201149/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154
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    ALBINO TURTLE WITH LONG NECK
    20/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Michael Aquilina/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Hope the baby Albino turtle is in the tank) A reptile enthusiast showed off a baby albino turtle with an incredibly long neck that makes her look like a mini dinosaur. Mike Aquilina Ð known as AquaMike on social media Ð is well-known for caring for rare reptiles, including an albino turtle called Hope whose heart beats out of her chest. His newest arrival may not have a name yet, but the Florida softshell turtle has caused quite a stir online with her unusually long neck. Moving on to hear back legs, the tiny turtle strains her neck to the surface of her tank at home in New Jersey, USA. SEE CATERS COPY. - Michael Aquilina/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01867/1911201149/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154

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  • AMAZING REALISTIC CAKES
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    AMAZING REALISTIC CAKES 20/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED A LETTUCE CAKE) A skilled baker can create anything from sponge and chocolate, including realistic looking fruit and vegetables. Working out of their cake studio in Austin, Texas, Natalie, 34, and Dave Sideserf, 36, have created quite the reputation for creating terrifying horror-themed cakes. NatalieÕs incredible skills can also create authentic and realistic looking fresh groceries such as BananaÕs and PeachÕs from sponge, chocolate and fondant. ItÕs no wonder Natalie can create such hyper-realistic cakes as the baker graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in fine art, but it was after a friend suggested that she try her hand at cakes that Natalie soon fell in love with the cake decorating process. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01889/1911201152/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154
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    AMAZING REALISTIC CAKES
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    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED A LETTUCE CAKE) A skilled baker can create anything from sponge and chocolate, including realistic looking fruit and vegetables. Working out of their cake studio in Austin, Texas, Natalie, 34, and Dave Sideserf, 36, have created quite the reputation for creating terrifying horror-themed cakes. NatalieÕs incredible skills can also create authentic and realistic looking fresh groceries such as BananaÕs and PeachÕs from sponge, chocolate and fondant. ItÕs no wonder Natalie can create such hyper-realistic cakes as the baker graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in fine art, but it was after a friend suggested that she try her hand at cakes that Natalie soon fell in love with the cake decorating process. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01889/1911201152/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201154

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  • MR LUMPY THE BADGER
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    MR LUMPY THE BADGER 20/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Christine Ian/ CATERS NEWS. (Pictured: Christine Ian in her back garden in Stockport, Gtr Manchester) This woman has wild animals quite literally eating out of her hand after creating a sanctuary for them in her suburban back garden. Christine Ian is visited by a family of badgers every night without fail and is also often greeted by foxes and squirrels.The family of four badgers have been affectionately named by Christine as Mr and Mrs Lumpy, alongside their cub, three-year-old Humbug and more recently Humbug's cub, nine-month-old baby, Bella. SEE CATERS COPY - Christine Ian/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01844/1911201146/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201147
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    MR LUMPY THE BADGER
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    PIC BY Christine Ian/ CATERS NEWS. (Pictured: Christine Ian in her back garden in Stockport, Gtr Manchester) This woman has wild animals quite literally eating out of her hand after creating a sanctuary for them in her suburban back garden. Christine Ian is visited by a family of badgers every night without fail and is also often greeted by foxes and squirrels.The family of four badgers have been affectionately named by Christine as Mr and Mrs Lumpy, alongside their cub, three-year-old Humbug and more recently Humbug's cub, nine-month-old baby, Bella. SEE CATERS COPY - Christine Ian/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters01844/1911201146/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911201147

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  • Mexico Underwater in Revillagigedo
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    Mexico Underwater in Revillagigedo 20/11/2019 Luis Javier Sandoval / VW/SIPA Dr. Mauricio Hoyos taking ID imagen and tissue samples from an Oceanic Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris) in El Boiler dive site, San Benedicto Island, Revillagigedo//VWPICS_VWPICS500/1911200906/Credit:Luis Javier Sandoval / VW/SIPA/1911200908
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    Mexico Underwater in Revillagigedo
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    Luis Javier Sandoval / VW/SIPA
    Dr. Mauricio Hoyos taking ID imagen and tissue samples from an Oceanic Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris) in El Boiler dive site, San Benedicto Island, Revillagigedo//VWPICS_VWPICS500/1911200906/Credit:Luis Javier Sandoval / VW/SIPA/1911200908

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  • Curious as to why all of the flowers seen at gardens are all at the same stage and stunning, government officer Aung Ya went behind the scenes to observe the process at the National Kandawgyi Gardens.
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    Curious as to why all of the flowers seen at gardens are all at the same stage and stunning, government officer Aung Ya went behind the scenes to observe the process at the National Kandawgyi Gardens. 19/11/2019 Aung Ya/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: A gardener planting colourful flowers is surrounded by thousands of empty plant pots in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar. Curious as to why all of the flowers seen at gardens are all at the same stage and stunning, government officer Aung Ya went behind the scenes to observe the process at the National Kandawgyi Gardens. The 35 year old said from Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar said ÒTo get the beautiful flowers you see on display at the garden, the gardener plants them and lets them blossom in advance before moving the ÔadultÕ plants to the garden area.Ó ÒThe gardener is mixing soil and fertiliser in with the plants, and since it is behind the scenes there are around 5 to 10 gardeners planting thousands of plants into the pots.Ó ÒThat is the magic of gardeners.Ó Please byline: Aung Ya/Solent News ' Aung Ya/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_solent011767/1911191420/Credit:Aung Ya/Solent News/SIPA/1911191421
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    Curious as to why all of the flowers seen at gardens are all at the same stage and stunning, government officer Aung Ya went behind the scenes to observe the process at the National Kandawgyi Gardens.
    19/11/2019
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    Pictured: A gardener planting colourful flowers is surrounded by thousands of empty plant pots in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar. Curious as to why all of the flowers seen at gardens are all at the same stage and stunning, government officer Aung Ya went behind the scenes to observe the process at the National Kandawgyi Gardens. The 35 year old said from Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar said ÒTo get the beautiful flowers you see on display at the garden, the gardener plants them and lets them blossom in advance before moving the ÔadultÕ plants to the garden area.Ó ÒThe gardener is mixing soil and fertiliser in with the plants, and since it is behind the scenes there are around 5 to 10 gardeners planting thousands of plants into the pots.Ó ÒThat is the magic of gardeners.Ó Please byline: Aung Ya/Solent News ' Aung Ya/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_solent011767/1911191420/Credit:Aung Ya/Solent News/SIPA/1911191421

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  • Bunches of flowers are transformed into fascinating pieces of art after they are encased in blocks of ice and plunged into a lake.
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    Bunches of flowers are transformed into fascinating pieces of art after they are encased in blocks of ice and plunged into a lake. 19/11/2019 B. Boyd & Tharien Smith/S/SIPA Pictured: Bruce Boyd with a frozen block of flowers. Bunches of flowers are transformed into fascinating pieces of art after they are encased in blocks of ice and plunged into a lake. Photographs of the unusual work show a variety of flowers including lilies, orchids and poppies housed in the blocks which have cracked. Artists Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith froze the plants for three days after carefully arranging them in plastic boxed filled with water. After the ice blocks formed, the South African couple submerged them in rivers and lakes as the sudden change of temperature causes the ice to fracture, creating fascinating patterns. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Bruce Boyd & Tharien Smith/Solent News ' Bruce Boyd & Tharien Smith/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_solent011755/1911191419/Credit:B. Boyd & Tharien Smith/S/SIPA/1911191421
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    Bunches of flowers are transformed into fascinating pieces of art after they are encased in blocks of ice and plunged into a lake.
    19/11/2019
    B. Boyd & Tharien Smith/S/SIPA
    Pictured: Bruce Boyd with a frozen block of flowers. Bunches of flowers are transformed into fascinating pieces of art after they are encased in blocks of ice and plunged into a lake. Photographs of the unusual work show a variety of flowers including lilies, orchids and poppies housed in the blocks which have cracked. Artists Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith froze the plants for three days after carefully arranging them in plastic boxed filled with water. After the ice blocks formed, the South African couple submerged them in rivers and lakes as the sudden change of temperature causes the ice to fracture, creating fascinating patterns. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Bruce Boyd & Tharien Smith/Solent News ' Bruce Boyd & Tharien Smith/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_solent011755/1911191419/Credit:B. Boyd & Tharien Smith/S/SIPA/1911191421

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  • FROM OUTER SPACE.. OR CLOSER TO HOME? WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED
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    FROM OUTER SPACE.. OR CLOSER TO HOME? WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Great Budworth, UK. (Pictured: Church Street, Great Budworth, filming location for BBC's War of the Worlds series.) The aliens might be from far out of this world, but a surprising number of locations featuring in the BBCÕs new War of the Worlds drama are from surprisingly close to home. The highly anticipated three-part HG Wells adaptation hit the nationÕs TV screens on BBC1 on Sunday Ð with the city of Liverpool making a surprising star turn. Production crews filming the blockbuster drama used locations to fit its Edwardian setting including the inside and outside of the neoclassical St GeorgeÕs Hall, opposite the cityÕs Lime Street train station. Croxteth Hall, the Martins Bank building on Water Street, Sefton ParkÕs Palm House, Sir Thomas Street, Dale Street and an abandoned building in Eldon Grove in Vauxhall also feature as a backdrop to the alien mini-seriesÕ action. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011627/1911191236/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239
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    FROM OUTER SPACE.. OR CLOSER TO HOME? WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED
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    MERCURY PRESS. Great Budworth, UK. (Pictured: Church Street, Great Budworth, filming location for BBC's War of the Worlds series.) The aliens might be from far out of this world, but a surprising number of locations featuring in the BBCÕs new War of the Worlds drama are from surprisingly close to home. The highly anticipated three-part HG Wells adaptation hit the nationÕs TV screens on BBC1 on Sunday Ð with the city of Liverpool making a surprising star turn. Production crews filming the blockbuster drama used locations to fit its Edwardian setting including the inside and outside of the neoclassical St GeorgeÕs Hall, opposite the cityÕs Lime Street train station. Croxteth Hall, the Martins Bank building on Water Street, Sefton ParkÕs Palm House, Sir Thomas Street, Dale Street and an abandoned building in Eldon Grove in Vauxhall also feature as a backdrop to the alien mini-seriesÕ action. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011627/1911191236/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239

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  • WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED
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    WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. (Pictured: The Palm House in Sefton Park, filming location for BBC's War of the Worlds series.) The aliens might be from far out of this world, but a surprising number of locations featuring in the BBCÕs new War of the Worlds drama are from surprisingly close to home. The highly anticipated three-part HG Wells adaptation hit the nationÕs TV screens on BBC1 on Sunday Ð with the city of Liverpool making a surprising star turn. Production crews filming the blockbuster drama used locations to fit its Edwardian setting including the inside and outside of the neoclassical St GeorgeÕs Hall, opposite the cityÕs Lime Street train station. Croxteth Hall, the Martins Bank building on Water Street, Sefton ParkÕs Palm House, Sir Thomas Street, Dale Street and an abandoned building in Eldon Grove in Vauxhall also feature as a backdrop to the alien mini-seriesÕ action. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011645/1911191238/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239
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    WAR OF THE WORLDS SET GALLERY REVEALS WHERE BBC ALIEN DRAMA WAS FILMED
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    MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. (Pictured: The Palm House in Sefton Park, filming location for BBC's War of the Worlds series.) The aliens might be from far out of this world, but a surprising number of locations featuring in the BBCÕs new War of the Worlds drama are from surprisingly close to home. The highly anticipated three-part HG Wells adaptation hit the nationÕs TV screens on BBC1 on Sunday Ð with the city of Liverpool making a surprising star turn. Production crews filming the blockbuster drama used locations to fit its Edwardian setting including the inside and outside of the neoclassical St GeorgeÕs Hall, opposite the cityÕs Lime Street train station. Croxteth Hall, the Martins Bank building on Water Street, Sefton ParkÕs Palm House, Sir Thomas Street, Dale Street and an abandoned building in Eldon Grove in Vauxhall also feature as a backdrop to the alien mini-seriesÕ action. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011645/1911191238/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239

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  • Lego moon landing rocket
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    Lego moon landing rocket 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC By Benedek Lampert / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The lego moon lander ) - A man has recreated one of the most epic moments of wold history - in lego. Photographer Benedek Lampert, 24, has built a copy of the Apollo 11 moon landing and Saturn space rocket. The project took Benedict hundreds of hours to complete as he had to copy each minute detail of the landing site and rocket with original photos for reference. He said: "I'm a huge fan of space industry especially of the Moonlanding. In this year the LEGO published it's new Apollo 11 Lunar module set, and also they already had the Saturn V so I thought it can be a nice project and I could make a tribute for this amazing mission."Benedek added that his friends and family also love his recreations which took him just a few weeks to build. SEE CATERS COPY - Benedek Lampert / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011614/1911191234/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239
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    Lego moon landing rocket
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    PIC By Benedek Lampert / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED The lego moon lander ) - A man has recreated one of the most epic moments of wold history - in lego. Photographer Benedek Lampert, 24, has built a copy of the Apollo 11 moon landing and Saturn space rocket. The project took Benedict hundreds of hours to complete as he had to copy each minute detail of the landing site and rocket with original photos for reference. He said: "I'm a huge fan of space industry especially of the Moonlanding. In this year the LEGO published it's new Apollo 11 Lunar module set, and also they already had the Saturn V so I thought it can be a nice project and I could make a tribute for this amazing mission."Benedek added that his friends and family also love his recreations which took him just a few weeks to build. SEE CATERS COPY - Benedek Lampert / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011614/1911191234/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191239

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  • DISABLED DOG GETS AROUND ON SNOWBOARD
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    DISABLED DOG GETS AROUND ON SNOWBOARD 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Melody Rezzonico/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Gus, the one-year-old Carolina/Husky.) A dog hasnÕt let a congenital deformity get in the way of having a good time as he slides around the snow on custom made snowboards and wheels. Gus, the one-year-old Carolina/Husky mix was born with a congenital deformity, meaning he is unable to use his front legs. But that hasnÕt stopped the playful pup from having a great time. SEE CATERS COPY. - Melody Rezzonico/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011593/1911191231/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191232
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    DISABLED DOG GETS AROUND ON SNOWBOARD
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    PIC BY Melody Rezzonico/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Gus, the one-year-old Carolina/Husky.) A dog hasnÕt let a congenital deformity get in the way of having a good time as he slides around the snow on custom made snowboards and wheels. Gus, the one-year-old Carolina/Husky mix was born with a congenital deformity, meaning he is unable to use his front legs. But that hasnÕt stopped the playful pup from having a great time. SEE CATERS COPY. - Melody Rezzonico/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011593/1911191231/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191232

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  • DANCING BEAR CUB
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    DANCING BEAR CUB 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Liana Varavskaia / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED 6 month old bear cub 'dances' in north east Russia) - These stunning photos show a young bear like you've never seen it before - dancing up a storm. Taken by photographer Liana Varacskaia, 50, the images depict a six-month-old bear cub "dancing" as he tackles branches and logs. The shots were taken at the South Kamchatka sanctuary on the Kurile Lake in north east Russia. In one photo a bear can be seen grasping a twig like a microphone as it gestures, almost an imaginary audience. SEE CATERS COPY - Liana Varavskaia / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011581/1911191229/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191232
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    DANCING BEAR CUB
    19/11/2019
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    PIC BY Liana Varavskaia / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED 6 month old bear cub 'dances' in north east Russia) - These stunning photos show a young bear like you've never seen it before - dancing up a storm. Taken by photographer Liana Varacskaia, 50, the images depict a six-month-old bear cub "dancing" as he tackles branches and logs. The shots were taken at the South Kamchatka sanctuary on the Kurile Lake in north east Russia. In one photo a bear can be seen grasping a twig like a microphone as it gestures, almost an imaginary audience. SEE CATERS COPY - Liana Varavskaia / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011581/1911191229/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191232

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  • DAVID BOWIE CAT
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    DAVID BOWIE CAT 19/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Bowie the cat and owner Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez.) A colourful and quirky cat with different coloured eyes has won over the people of Instagram with his unique looks. Bowie the cat, who's named after the late David Bowie, was adopted by owner Mar’a Lloret, 31, from Benidorm, Spain, when he was just three months old after he was abandoned in a park near to where she lived. Bowie has a condition called heterochromia which causes a difference in coloration, usually of the iris but can also be of hair or skin. SEE CATERS COPY. - Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011569/1911191228/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191231
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    DAVID BOWIE CAT
    19/11/2019
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    PIC BY Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Bowie the cat and owner Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez.) A colourful and quirky cat with different coloured eyes has won over the people of Instagram with his unique looks. Bowie the cat, who's named after the late David Bowie, was adopted by owner Mar’a Lloret, 31, from Benidorm, Spain, when he was just three months old after he was abandoned in a park near to where she lived. Bowie has a condition called heterochromia which causes a difference in coloration, usually of the iris but can also be of hair or skin. SEE CATERS COPY. - Mar’a Dolores Lloret PŽrez/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters011569/1911191228/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911191231

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  • LEGO statue by Nathan Sawaya
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    LEGO statue by Nathan Sawaya 18/11/2019 MERCURY PRESS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (Nathan's LEGO art) A bored lawyer quit his day job and become a full-time LEGO artist – after his sculptures became an online sensation. Nathan Sawaya walked out of his role as a corporate lawyer 10 years ago to follow his passion for creating life-sized sculptures from his favourite childhood toy - despite having no kids himself. The 46-year-old has made everything from arcade games to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and his favourite piece – a 20,000 brick T-Rex which took him a painstaking 12 hours a day for three months to perfect. He now stocks a staggering 10 million Lego bricks in his LA office, which he has meticulously organised into shape and colour. SEE MERCURY COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS1277/1911181516/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1911181517
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    LEGO statue by Nathan Sawaya
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    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (Nathan's LEGO art) A bored lawyer quit his day job and become a full-time LEGO artist – after his sculptures became an online sensation. Nathan Sawaya walked out of his role as a corporate lawyer 10 years ago to follow his passion for creating life-sized sculptures from his favourite childhood toy - despite having no kids himself. The 46-year-old has made everything from arcade games to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and his favourite piece – a 20,000 brick T-Rex which took him a painstaking 12 hours a day for three months to perfect. He now stocks a staggering 10 million Lego bricks in his LA office, which he has meticulously organised into shape and colour. SEE MERCURY COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS1277/1911181516/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1911181517

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  • SHARK HIGH FIVE
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    SHARK HIGH FIVE 18/11/2019 CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY Debbie Wallace / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED other photos from the diving trip) The incredible moment a lemon shark appeared to high five a stunned diver has been caught on camera. Debbie Wallace, a dermatology physician assistant from Naples, Florida, loves shark photography and snapped the moment while diving in Jupiter, in August this year. Debbie said: “I want to dive every day, especially with sharks - shark photography is such a challenge and so much fun. “We typically chum for sharks to draw them in for the photographers- we have a shark ‘wrangler’ that once the sharks are in, the wrangler will hand feed the sharks a small snack to keep them with us. SEE CATERS COPY //CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS1274/1911181516/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911181517
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    SHARK HIGH FIVE
    18/11/2019
    CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY Debbie Wallace / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED other photos from the diving trip) The incredible moment a lemon shark appeared to high five a stunned diver has been caught on camera. Debbie Wallace, a dermatology physician assistant from Naples, Florida, loves shark photography and snapped the moment while diving in Jupiter, in August this year. Debbie said: “I want to dive every day, especially with sharks - shark photography is such a challenge and so much fun. “We typically chum for sharks to draw them in for the photographers- we have a shark ‘wrangler’ that once the sharks are in, the wrangler will hand feed the sharks a small snack to keep them with us. SEE CATERS COPY //CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS1274/1911181516/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911181517

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  • Buddha Statue in Ang Thong, Thailand - 18 Nov 2019
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    Buddha Statue in Ang Thong, Thailand - 18 Nov 2019 18/11/2019 Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA /SIPA Women prays while touching the fingers of a giant Buddha statue in Thailand's Ang Thong province.//SOPAIMAGES_SOPA011149/1911181426/Credit:Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA /SIPA/1911181428
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    Buddha Statue in Ang Thong, Thailand - 18 Nov 2019
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    Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA /SIPA
    Women prays while touching the fingers of a giant Buddha statue in Thailand's Ang Thong province.//SOPAIMAGES_SOPA011149/1911181426/Credit:Chaiwat Subprasom / SOPA /SIPA/1911181428

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  • MPM-CROWN_FILMING-1
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    MPM-CROWN_FILMING-1 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED A shifty looking character, played by Michael Gor, on the film set for Netflix series The Crown in Liverpool) These behind the scenes shots so The Crown filming in Liverpool, with the show set to hit the nation's TV screens tonight [SUN]. The northern city made a star turn in the highly anticipated third season, released on Netflix today, with key scenes being shot across Liverpool as it doubled for Washington DC over three days. Filming took place in and around iconic city centre destinations including near the Three Graces, North John Street and on the waterfront. SEE MERCURY COPY. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM_THE_CROWN_BEHIND_THE_SCENES_001/1911181351/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181351
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    MPM-CROWN_FILMING-1
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    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED A shifty looking character, played by Michael Gor, on the film set for Netflix series The Crown in Liverpool) These behind the scenes shots so The Crown filming in Liverpool, with the show set to hit the nation's TV screens tonight [SUN]. The northern city made a star turn in the highly anticipated third season, released on Netflix today, with key scenes being shot across Liverpool as it doubled for Washington DC over three days. Filming took place in and around iconic city centre destinations including near the Three Graces, North John Street and on the waterfront. SEE MERCURY COPY. - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM_THE_CROWN_BEHIND_THE_SCENES_001/1911181351/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181351

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  • GOLDEN FOSSILS
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    GOLDEN FOSSILS 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Aaron Smith/ CATERS (PICTURED Aaron Smith, 23, with one of his fossil finds) An amateur fossil finder digs up amazing shiny relics that look similar to the Golden Snitch from Harry Potter. You dont have to travel to Jurassic Park in order to get a glimpse at some prehistoric wonders, as medical student Aaron Smith has discovered a treasure trove of fossils on the beaches of Whitby, Yorks. Discovering sea creature fossils from as far back as the Jurassic period, some of the 23-year-olds discoveries are between 145-200 million years old. SEE CATERS COPY. - Aaron Smith/Caters News//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GOLDEN_FOSSILS_016/1911181315/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181316
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    GOLDEN FOSSILS
    18/11/2019
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    PIC BY Aaron Smith/ CATERS (PICTURED Aaron Smith, 23, with one of his fossil finds) An amateur fossil finder digs up amazing shiny relics that look similar to the Golden Snitch from Harry Potter. You dont have to travel to Jurassic Park in order to get a glimpse at some prehistoric wonders, as medical student Aaron Smith has discovered a treasure trove of fossils on the beaches of Whitby, Yorks. Discovering sea creature fossils from as far back as the Jurassic period, some of the 23-year-olds discoveries are between 145-200 million years old. SEE CATERS COPY. - Aaron Smith/Caters News//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GOLDEN_FOSSILS_016/1911181315/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181316

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  • DOOR WAY TO HELL
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    DOOR WAY TO HELL 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Adrian Rohnfelder/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED The desert) Stunning pictures captured a huge gas crater that has been burning for almost 50 years as the fire lit up the night sky. As part of his Heaven and Hell project, photographer Adrian Rohnfelder travelled through the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan to visit the Darvaza gas crater, otherwise known as the door to hell. Home to one of the largest gas reserves in the world, the crater is 70 metres in diameter and is filled with fire, boiling mud and flames. SEE CATERS COPY. - Adrian Rohnfelder/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GATES_OF_HELL_023/1911181315/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181316
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    DOOR WAY TO HELL
    18/11/2019
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    PIC BY Adrian Rohnfelder/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED The desert) Stunning pictures captured a huge gas crater that has been burning for almost 50 years as the fire lit up the night sky. As part of his Heaven and Hell project, photographer Adrian Rohnfelder travelled through the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan to visit the Darvaza gas crater, otherwise known as the door to hell. Home to one of the largest gas reserves in the world, the crater is 70 metres in diameter and is filled with fire, boiling mud and flames. SEE CATERS COPY. - Adrian Rohnfelder/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GATES_OF_HELL_023/1911181315/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181316

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  • MINI EINSTEIN
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    MINI EINSTEIN 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Statue of liberty) - These sculptures are a real work of art - but you might struggle to appreciate them without a microscope. From a miniature Albert Einstein to the worlds tiniest replica of Christ the Redeemer, these works of art can literally fit in the eye of a needle.The collection, created by sculptor Willard Wigan, brings together pieces of work from his 50 year career - that has seen him hailed as one of the worlds greatest micro-sculptors. SEE CATERS COPY - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GALLERY_WILLARD_WIGAN_003/1911181310/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310
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    MINI EINSTEIN
    18/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Statue of liberty) - These sculptures are a real work of art - but you might struggle to appreciate them without a microscope. From a miniature Albert Einstein to the worlds tiniest replica of Christ the Redeemer, these works of art can literally fit in the eye of a needle.The collection, created by sculptor Willard Wigan, brings together pieces of work from his 50 year career - that has seen him hailed as one of the worlds greatest micro-sculptors. SEE CATERS COPY - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_GALLERY_WILLARD_WIGAN_003/1911181310/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310

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  • MUM WHO MET AND MARRIED LOVE OF LIFE AFTER RARE DISEASE RAVAGED HER FACE - LEAVING HER WITHOUT PART OF NOSE - FORCED TO LEAVE UK AFTER BOTCHED OP
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    MUM WHO MET AND MARRIED LOVE OF LIFE AFTER RARE DISEASE RAVAGED HER FACE - LEAVING HER WITHOUT PART OF NOSE - FORCED TO LEAVE UK AFTER BOTCHED OP 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Manchester, UK. Pictured: Ana Roman and husband Florin Petrescu on their wedding day. A mum who met and married the love of her life after a rare disease ravaged her face - leaving her without part of her nose - has now been forced to leave the UK after an allegedly botched op. Mum-of-two Ana Roman, 30, was diagnosed with cancer in November 2017 after she collapsed and medics found a mass in the base of her skull. The cancer weakened her immune system and she then developed microscopic polyangiitis, a rare condition which causes blood vessel inflammation and left her nose sunken.SEE MERCURY COPY - Alin Turcanu Photography/Mercury//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1945/1911181307/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310
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    MUM WHO MET AND MARRIED LOVE OF LIFE AFTER RARE DISEASE RAVAGED HER FACE - LEAVING HER WITHOUT PART OF NOSE - FORCED TO LEAVE UK AFTER BOTCHED OP
    18/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    MERCURY PRESS. Manchester, UK. Pictured: Ana Roman and husband Florin Petrescu on their wedding day. A mum who met and married the love of her life after a rare disease ravaged her face - leaving her without part of her nose - has now been forced to leave the UK after an allegedly botched op. Mum-of-two Ana Roman, 30, was diagnosed with cancer in November 2017 after she collapsed and medics found a mass in the base of her skull. The cancer weakened her immune system and she then developed microscopic polyangiitis, a rare condition which causes blood vessel inflammation and left her nose sunken.SEE MERCURY COPY - Alin Turcanu Photography/Mercury//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1945/1911181307/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310

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  • SAUSAGE DOG WEIGHTLOSS
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    SAUSAGE DOG WEIGHTLOSS 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA Pic By Dilantha Dissanayake / Mercury Press (PICTURED: Chole Carter 19 from Birminghjam with nine year old Jasper the dachshund after weightloss with Jumbone. Pic Taken 16/11/2019) - Former treat-loving dachshund Jasper lost a third of his body weight after ballooning out of shape & his owner spotting it in a fat shaming pic. He got back in shape by taking more walks and a dramatic change in his diet - no more treats! A Jumbone-addicted sausage dog has lost almost a third of his body weight in just a few months - after his owner realised it had ballooned out of control when she took a fatshaming picture of him. Chloe Carter took a photo of her beloved dachshund Jasper and it was only when she reviewed it that all the treats she had given him had taken their toll. So the 19-year-old university student started waking up earlier in the day to take him for more walks, brought the chubby pooch with her on hikes twice a week and started measuring the fat in his diet. - SEE MERCURY COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake / Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1934/1911181305/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310
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    SAUSAGE DOG WEIGHTLOSS
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    CATERS/SIPA
    Pic By Dilantha Dissanayake / Mercury Press (PICTURED: Chole Carter 19 from Birminghjam with nine year old Jasper the dachshund after weightloss with Jumbone. Pic Taken 16/11/2019) - Former treat-loving dachshund Jasper lost a third of his body weight after ballooning out of shape & his owner spotting it in a fat shaming pic. He got back in shape by taking more walks and a dramatic change in his diet - no more treats! A Jumbone-addicted sausage dog has lost almost a third of his body weight in just a few months - after his owner realised it had ballooned out of control when she took a fatshaming picture of him. Chloe Carter took a photo of her beloved dachshund Jasper and it was only when she reviewed it that all the treats she had given him had taken their toll. So the 19-year-old university student started waking up earlier in the day to take him for more walks, brought the chubby pooch with her on hikes twice a week and started measuring the fat in his diet. - SEE MERCURY COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake / Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1934/1911181305/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181310

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  • TAXI DRIVER CALENDER
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    TAXI DRIVER CALENDER 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY NYC Taxi Driver Calendar / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: June - August. ) - The notorious calendar - which shows off the sexy side of New Yorks taxi drivers - has launched for its seventh and final year. The raunchy calendar takes six months to put together and pictures 12 of New Yorks infamous taxi drivers shown in an erotic like. Pushing aside hunky firefighters and sultry police officers, the NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar takes the classic elements of the sexy calendar and turns them into something unique. However the calendar, which has raised over 70,000USD for University Settlement, is producing its final calendar for 2020 as the directors - Philip, 37, and Shannon Kirkman, 35 - believe the idea has reached its limit. - SEE CATERS COPY - NYC Taxi Driver Calendar / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1905/1911181303/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181304
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    TAXI DRIVER CALENDER
    18/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY NYC Taxi Driver Calendar / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: June - August. ) - The notorious calendar - which shows off the sexy side of New Yorks taxi drivers - has launched for its seventh and final year. The raunchy calendar takes six months to put together and pictures 12 of New Yorks infamous taxi drivers shown in an erotic like. Pushing aside hunky firefighters and sultry police officers, the NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar takes the classic elements of the sexy calendar and turns them into something unique. However the calendar, which has raised over 70,000USD for University Settlement, is producing its final calendar for 2020 as the directors - Philip, 37, and Shannon Kirkman, 35 - believe the idea has reached its limit. - SEE CATERS COPY - NYC Taxi Driver Calendar / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1905/1911181303/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181304

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  • FATTEST CAT
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    FATTEST CAT 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Paisley the cat with Tania Marsh, Deputy Manager of Cats Protection, National Cat Adoption Centre in Hayward Heath, Sussex. Pic Taken 14/11/2019 ) - A cat dubbed Britains fattest has been put on a diet after she shocked rescue centre staff with her massive size. Four-year-old Paisley topped the scales at a whopping 1st 7lb, more than double the healthy 8lb weight for a cat. The tubby tabby has been put on to a strict diet in an effort to help her shed the pounds after her owner couldnt cope with her anymore. Paisley is so large that he has to be helped to clean herself by staff at the Cats Protections, National Cat Adoption Centre in Hayward Heath, Sussex. - SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1893/1911181301/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181303
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    FATTEST CAT
    18/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Paisley the cat with Tania Marsh, Deputy Manager of Cats Protection, National Cat Adoption Centre in Hayward Heath, Sussex. Pic Taken 14/11/2019 ) - A cat dubbed Britains fattest has been put on a diet after she shocked rescue centre staff with her massive size. Four-year-old Paisley topped the scales at a whopping 1st 7lb, more than double the healthy 8lb weight for a cat. The tubby tabby has been put on to a strict diet in an effort to help her shed the pounds after her owner couldnt cope with her anymore. Paisley is so large that he has to be helped to clean herself by staff at the Cats Protections, National Cat Adoption Centre in Hayward Heath, Sussex. - SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1893/1911181301/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181303

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  • JACKAL STRUGGLES TO CATCH BIRDS
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    JACKAL STRUGGLES TO CATCH BIRDS 18/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Dr Elize Labuschagne-Hull / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jackal tries catches Sandgrouse. ) - These astonishing photos show a deadly jackal hunting a group of unsuspecting birds. Taken by photographer Elize Labuschagne-Hull, the photos show the jackal making its way to a group of nearby sand grouse before it pounces on them. The stunning images were taken at Kgalagadi transfrontier park in South Africa. Elize said: Taking this picture made all the hours of sitting in a hot car at about 37 degrees worth it. The park is his domain, and he rules it. I spent several hours over several days watching him hunt in the early morning, while the jackal took a siesta over lunchtime like any self-respecting jackal would, his tummy full from the flocks of Burchells sandgrouse, Namaqua sandgrouse and doves that frequent his pond. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dr Elize Labuschagne-Hull / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1885/1911181300/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181303
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    JACKAL STRUGGLES TO CATCH BIRDS
    18/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Dr Elize Labuschagne-Hull / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Jackal tries catches Sandgrouse. ) - These astonishing photos show a deadly jackal hunting a group of unsuspecting birds. Taken by photographer Elize Labuschagne-Hull, the photos show the jackal making its way to a group of nearby sand grouse before it pounces on them. The stunning images were taken at Kgalagadi transfrontier park in South Africa. Elize said: Taking this picture made all the hours of sitting in a hot car at about 37 degrees worth it. The park is his domain, and he rules it. I spent several hours over several days watching him hunt in the early morning, while the jackal took a siesta over lunchtime like any self-respecting jackal would, his tummy full from the flocks of Burchells sandgrouse, Namaqua sandgrouse and doves that frequent his pond. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dr Elize Labuschagne-Hull / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters1885/1911181300/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911181303

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  • Naturally-formed ice caves
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    Naturally-formed ice caves 15/11/2019 Solent News/SIPA Pictured: These images chronicle the dramatic transformation of the naturally-formed ice caves in the Vatnajokull glacier, Iceland. Photographer Peter Svoboda travelled to the ice caves over a number of years to capture the extraordinary changes that take place. The images are taken around the Jokulsarlon glacial lake and show both caves that no longer exist as well as those that have completely transformed. Peter Svoboda said “My first visit to the ice caves was in March 2016 and this particular cave does not exist anymore. The temperature was around 4 degrees Celsius and it was difficult to take pictures as the ice ceilings were melting and drops of the water were falling on my lens.” “When I retuned in 2017 I was shocked to learn that the particular ‘room’ in the cave had collapsed entirely. The images from 2017 show the same ice cave as that from 2018, but begin to highlight the huge difference between its shape when you compare them. “I returned with my guide to the exact cave space in 2018, and I was told that the glacier front retreated more than 70 meters during the summer season. The ice cave rooms were completely different despite we were in the same one.” The ceilings in the ice caves were up to 20 meters high, with the temperature in the spaces sub zero on Peter Svoboda’s subsequent visits. Please byline: Peter Svoboda/Solent News ' Peter Svoboda//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1420/1911151621/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625
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    Naturally-formed ice caves
    15/11/2019
    Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: These images chronicle the dramatic transformation of the naturally-formed ice caves in the Vatnajokull glacier, Iceland. Photographer Peter Svoboda travelled to the ice caves over a number of years to capture the extraordinary changes that take place. The images are taken around the Jokulsarlon glacial lake and show both caves that no longer exist as well as those that have completely transformed. Peter Svoboda said “My first visit to the ice caves was in March 2016 and this particular cave does not exist anymore. The temperature was around 4 degrees Celsius and it was difficult to take pictures as the ice ceilings were melting and drops of the water were falling on my lens.” “When I retuned in 2017 I was shocked to learn that the particular ‘room’ in the cave had collapsed entirely. The images from 2017 show the same ice cave as that from 2018, but begin to highlight the huge difference between its shape when you compare them. “I returned with my guide to the exact cave space in 2018, and I was told that the glacier front retreated more than 70 meters during the summer season. The ice cave rooms were completely different despite we were in the same one.” The ceilings in the ice caves were up to 20 meters high, with the temperature in the spaces sub zero on Peter Svoboda’s subsequent visits. Please byline: Peter Svoboda/Solent News ' Peter Svoboda//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1420/1911151621/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625

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  • Hundreds of people dressed in white walk together on a winding road
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    Hundreds of people dressed in white walk together on a winding road 15/11/2019 Solent News/SIPA Pictured: Hundreds of people dressed in white walk together on a winding road. The procession was a part of a Hindu Balinese purification ceremony called Melasti. The participants white outfits symbolising the purity of mind. The images were taken by photographer Gede Sudika, 30, from Bali. ' Gede Sudika//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1431/1911151623/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625
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    Hundreds of people dressed in white walk together on a winding road
    15/11/2019
    Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Hundreds of people dressed in white walk together on a winding road. The procession was a part of a Hindu Balinese purification ceremony called Melasti. The participants white outfits symbolising the purity of mind. The images were taken by photographer Gede Sudika, 30, from Bali. ' Gede Sudika//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1431/1911151623/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625

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  • The leopard rests in the tree
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    The leopard rests in the tree 15/11/2019 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA Pictured: The leopard rests in the tree (top left) with it's kill (top right). A leopard takes a nap up a tree with its kill carefully stored on a nearby branch to keep it out of reach of scavengers. The predator had successfully caught and killed a gazelle before it dragged it and carried it up the tree. Exhausted by its efforts, the tired female took a moment to rest and slept on a branch of the acacia tree, dangling a paw down as it snoozed. If a leopard does not bother to hoist its kill into a tree, it risks losing its meal to hyenas and lions. The pictures, taken at the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, was captured by amateur photographer Daksha Dayanand Bapat, 24. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Daksha Bapat/Solent News ' Daksha Bapat//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1423/1911151622/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625
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    The leopard rests in the tree
    15/11/2019
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    Pictured: The leopard rests in the tree (top left) with it's kill (top right). A leopard takes a nap up a tree with its kill carefully stored on a nearby branch to keep it out of reach of scavengers. The predator had successfully caught and killed a gazelle before it dragged it and carried it up the tree. Exhausted by its efforts, the tired female took a moment to rest and slept on a branch of the acacia tree, dangling a paw down as it snoozed. If a leopard does not bother to hoist its kill into a tree, it risks losing its meal to hyenas and lions. The pictures, taken at the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, was captured by amateur photographer Daksha Dayanand Bapat, 24. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Daksha Bapat/Solent News ' Daksha Bapat//SOLENTNEWS_1023.1423/1911151622/Credit:Solent News/SIPA/1911151625

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  • Heartwarming Moment Seal Lion Breastfeeds Newborn Underwater
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    Heartwarming Moment Seal Lion Breastfeeds Newborn Underwater 15/11/2019 SIPA Pic by HotSpot Media-HEARTWARMING MOMENT SEAL LION BREASTFEEDS NEWBORN UNDERWATER- IN PIC - A sea lion pup feeding from its mum on the bottom of the seabed- This is the magical moment a diver came face to face with a seal lion breastfeeding its newborn underwater. The thrilling encounter, filmed by Italian photographer Andrea Izzotti, 51, shows an adorable seal lion pup guzzling milk 15 meters deep in an ocean in Mexico. Andrea, from Genova, Italy, captured the incredible scene with his GoPro camera. The lawyer says: “My heart melted when I came across these two beautiful creatures. “I've been diving for many years and I've never seen mammals breastfeed underwater. “Never in my life have I imagined something like that could happen underwater. “It made me realise how wonderful nature can be.” SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004...//HOTSPOTMEDIA_hotspot17778/1911151101/Credit:SIPA/1911151102
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    Heartwarming Moment Seal Lion Breastfeeds Newborn Underwater
    15/11/2019
    SIPA
    Pic by HotSpot Media-HEARTWARMING MOMENT SEAL LION BREASTFEEDS NEWBORN UNDERWATER- IN PIC - A sea lion pup feeding from its mum on the bottom of the seabed- This is the magical moment a diver came face to face with a seal lion breastfeeding its newborn underwater. The thrilling encounter, filmed by Italian photographer Andrea Izzotti, 51, shows an adorable seal lion pup guzzling milk 15 meters deep in an ocean in Mexico. Andrea, from Genova, Italy, captured the incredible scene with his GoPro camera. The lawyer says: “My heart melted when I came across these two beautiful creatures. “I've been diving for many years and I've never seen mammals breastfeed underwater. “Never in my life have I imagined something like that could happen underwater. “It made me realise how wonderful nature can be.” SEE HOTSPOT MEDIA COPY 0121 551 1004...//HOTSPOTMEDIA_hotspot17778/1911151101/Credit:SIPA/1911151102

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  • TWO FACES OF DEPRESSION
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    TWO FACES OF DEPRESSION 14/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA Milly Smith/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED A photo of what Millie Smith looks like struglging looking happy (LEFT) juxtaposed against Millie looking sad and still struggling (RIGHT).) A young mum has bravely shared photos of herself to illustrate the two faces of depression. Milly Smith, 26, hopes to reduce the stigma attached to mental health and posts nothing but 'real' photos on Instagram without filters.The mum-of-one uses the social media platform to promote body positivity and show Ômental health doesnÕt have a faceÕ by posting smiling and crying photos side by side that both symbolise anxiety and depression. SEE CATERS COPY. - Milly Smith/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116849/1911141304/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141304
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    TWO FACES OF DEPRESSION
    14/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    Milly Smith/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED A photo of what Millie Smith looks like struglging looking happy (LEFT) juxtaposed against Millie looking sad and still struggling (RIGHT).) A young mum has bravely shared photos of herself to illustrate the two faces of depression. Milly Smith, 26, hopes to reduce the stigma attached to mental health and posts nothing but 'real' photos on Instagram without filters.The mum-of-one uses the social media platform to promote body positivity and show Ômental health doesnÕt have a faceÕ by posting smiling and crying photos side by side that both symbolise anxiety and depression. SEE CATERS COPY. - Milly Smith/ CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116849/1911141304/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141304

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  • FAMILY TRAVEL AROUND UK IN VAN
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    FAMILY TRAVEL AROUND UK IN VAN 14/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Reggie Mac enjoying the view in the van.) A couple of backpackers have converted their van into a Ôhome on wheelsÕ so their baby could travel with them safely - and theyÕve been travelling around the UK. Sarah McWilliams, 34, and her husband Neil Quantrill, 38, from Weymouth, Dorset, have been travelling around Europe for the past 10 years so when their baby boy Reggie Mac was born in September last year, they didnÕt want to stop them from exploring new places. SEE CATERS COPY. - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116825/1911141300/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141301
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    FAMILY TRAVEL AROUND UK IN VAN
    14/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Reggie Mac enjoying the view in the van.) A couple of backpackers have converted their van into a Ôhome on wheelsÕ so their baby could travel with them safely - and theyÕve been travelling around the UK. Sarah McWilliams, 34, and her husband Neil Quantrill, 38, from Weymouth, Dorset, have been travelling around Europe for the past 10 years so when their baby boy Reggie Mac was born in September last year, they didnÕt want to stop them from exploring new places. SEE CATERS COPY. - CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116825/1911141300/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141301

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  • Realistic cakes
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    Realistic cakes 14/11/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS (PICTURED banana cake) A talented baker creates mouth-watering sweet treats of everyday objects like egg cartons, satchels and Chinese take-away that look just like the real thing. Cake artist Luke Vincentini, may not be the biggest cake fan but he takes inspiration from everyday life by creating delicious cakes that look like ordinary objects such as acorns and celery. With some of Luke’s creations taking up to 14 hours to finish, his extra-ordinary painstaking re-creations of everyday objects are all worth it for the incredibly reactions he gets for his sweet treats. Luke, 23, said: “People’s reactions have been the best part. They usually go nuts but there have been people who say it makes them uncomfortable to watch. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116803/1911141259/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911141301
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    Realistic cakes
    14/11/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS (PICTURED banana cake) A talented baker creates mouth-watering sweet treats of everyday objects like egg cartons, satchels and Chinese take-away that look just like the real thing. Cake artist Luke Vincentini, may not be the biggest cake fan but he takes inspiration from everyday life by creating delicious cakes that look like ordinary objects such as acorns and celery. With some of Luke’s creations taking up to 14 hours to finish, his extra-ordinary painstaking re-creations of everyday objects are all worth it for the incredibly reactions he gets for his sweet treats. Luke, 23, said: “People’s reactions have been the best part. They usually go nuts but there have been people who say it makes them uncomfortable to watch. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116803/1911141259/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911141301

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  • BOBCATS USE TOILET
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    BOBCATS USE TOILET 14/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Monaco [right] and Cairo [left] the bobcats) A pair of rescued bobcats have become fully domesticated after mastering how to use the toilet like humans. Monaco and Cairo the exotic bobcats were rescued from a sanctuary by Melissa, 45 and Mick McAllister, 47, and brought to their home in Mckinney, Texas. Unable to ever be released back into the wild, elder Monaco, three-years-old, and youngster Cairo, seven-months-old, have slipped into the domesticated lifestyle incredibly easily, even becoming potty trained. Neither animal shows shame, happily sitting on the toilet seat, and sometimes even in the bowl, to relieve themselves. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116774/1911141255/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256
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    BOBCATS USE TOILET
    14/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Monaco [right] and Cairo [left] the bobcats) A pair of rescued bobcats have become fully domesticated after mastering how to use the toilet like humans. Monaco and Cairo the exotic bobcats were rescued from a sanctuary by Melissa, 45 and Mick McAllister, 47, and brought to their home in Mckinney, Texas. Unable to ever be released back into the wild, elder Monaco, three-years-old, and youngster Cairo, seven-months-old, have slipped into the domesticated lifestyle incredibly easily, even becoming potty trained. Neither animal shows shame, happily sitting on the toilet seat, and sometimes even in the bowl, to relieve themselves. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116774/1911141255/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256

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  • TRIO OF BABY ALBINO ALLIGATORS
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    TRIO OF BABY ALBINO ALLIGATORS 14/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Savannah Boan/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Albino alligator close up) An alligator park have revealed that they are caring for three adorable albino alligators Ð one quarter of the worldÕs population. Savannah Boan is an enrichment coordinator for Gatorland, based in Orlando, Florida and has recently released a video with the three baby gators in their care. The pale white alligators, who are yet to be named, are two-months-old and have a pink/white complexion as they squeak and chirp at their handlers. SEE CATERS COPY. - Savannah Boan/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116757/1911141255/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256
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    TRIO OF BABY ALBINO ALLIGATORS
    14/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Savannah Boan/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Albino alligator close up) An alligator park have revealed that they are caring for three adorable albino alligators Ð one quarter of the worldÕs population. Savannah Boan is an enrichment coordinator for Gatorland, based in Orlando, Florida and has recently released a video with the three baby gators in their care. The pale white alligators, who are yet to be named, are two-months-old and have a pink/white complexion as they squeak and chirp at their handlers. SEE CATERS COPY. - Savannah Boan/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116757/1911141255/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256

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  • 83 YEAR OLD SCOUT
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    83 YEAR OLD SCOUT 14/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Dilantha Dissanayake / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Frank Crowley, 83 at the 19th Swindon Troup holding his Sliver Wolf Medal. Pic Taken 12/11/2019) - A scout leader who was set to retire after 70 years has been gifted a new lease of life after his troop pitched in to get him a mobility scooter. Frank Crowley, 83, from London, has been in the scouts for over 70 years and a scout leader for half a century, but faced having to stand down from his post when he struggled to get around. But the Swindon 19th Scout Group couldn't bear to see him leave and have raised enough cash to be able to buy a £500 mobility scooter for him so he can keep attending meetings. Over the last seven decades, Frank has been awarded multiple badges and medals for his dedication to the scouts, even picking up the Silver Wolf medal, which is the highest award a scout can receive.- SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake/Caters News//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116745/1911141253/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256
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    83 YEAR OLD SCOUT
    14/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Dilantha Dissanayake / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Frank Crowley, 83 at the 19th Swindon Troup holding his Sliver Wolf Medal. Pic Taken 12/11/2019) - A scout leader who was set to retire after 70 years has been gifted a new lease of life after his troop pitched in to get him a mobility scooter. Frank Crowley, 83, from London, has been in the scouts for over 70 years and a scout leader for half a century, but faced having to stand down from his post when he struggled to get around. But the Swindon 19th Scout Group couldn't bear to see him leave and have raised enough cash to be able to buy a £500 mobility scooter for him so he can keep attending meetings. Over the last seven decades, Frank has been awarded multiple badges and medals for his dedication to the scouts, even picking up the Silver Wolf medal, which is the highest award a scout can receive.- SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake/Caters News//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0116745/1911141253/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911141256

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  • FABRIC DRYING
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    FABRIC DRYING 14/11/2019 Zarni Myo Win/Solent News/SIPA A women inspects colourfil fabrics as they are left to dry outdoors in the sunshine following the dying process. Zarni Myo Win, 43, from Yangon, Myanmar visited the factory near Bagan, an ancient city in central Myanmar. Please byline: Zarni Myo Win/Solent News ' Zarni Myo Win/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116550/1911140935/Credit:Zarni Myo Win/Solent News/SIPA/1911140953
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    FABRIC DRYING
    14/11/2019
    Zarni Myo Win/Solent News/SIPA
    A women inspects colourfil fabrics as they are left to dry outdoors in the sunshine following the dying process. Zarni Myo Win, 43, from Yangon, Myanmar visited the factory near Bagan, an ancient city in central Myanmar. Please byline: Zarni Myo Win/Solent News ' Zarni Myo Win/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116550/1911140935/Credit:Zarni Myo Win/Solent News/SIPA/1911140953

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  • ZEBRA FOOTPRINT
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    ZEBRA FOOTPRINT 14/11/2019 gregdutoit/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: A young zebra follows its mother across the barren ground of BotswanaÕs Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. Professional wildlife photographer Greg du Toit, 41, from Johannesburg in South Africa was flying in a chartered helicopter on a private safari when he captured this zebra and its calf crossing the salt pan together. Greg said: ÒI had just come from the Okavango Delta which is so dry that underground fires were burning. The region s facing a severe drought and I was worried at the time I took this picture as the rainy season had come and gone. It would be another six months at least until more rain would come.Ó ÒIn times of drought the baby animals suffer the most as they need to cover great distances between grazing grounds and water." Please byline: @gregdutoit/Solent News ' @gregdutoit/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//BIASOLENT_SN_ZEBRA_FOOTPRINTS_1/1911140933
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    ZEBRA FOOTPRINT
    14/11/2019
    gregdutoit/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: A young zebra follows its mother across the barren ground of BotswanaÕs Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. Professional wildlife photographer Greg du Toit, 41, from Johannesburg in South Africa was flying in a chartered helicopter on a private safari when he captured this zebra and its calf crossing the salt pan together. Greg said: ÒI had just come from the Okavango Delta which is so dry that underground fires were burning. The region s facing a severe drought and I was worried at the time I took this picture as the rainy season had come and gone. It would be another six months at least until more rain would come.Ó ÒIn times of drought the baby animals suffer the most as they need to cover great distances between grazing grounds and water." Please byline: @gregdutoit/Solent News ' @gregdutoit/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//BIASOLENT_SN_ZEBRA_FOOTPRINTS_1/1911140933

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  • DRINKING MONKEY
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    DRINKING MONKEY 14/11/2019 Joshua Da Costa/Solent Ne/SIPA Pictured: A monkey finishes off the last drops of a discarded can of fizzy drink after fighting off rivals for a chance to take a sip. The long-tailed macaque has just finished wrestling other members of its troop for the can, which was thrown their way by a tourist in Phuket, Thailand. Despite also being known as crab-eating macaques, the animal's enjoy an opportunistic diet which means that they will eat or drink whatever they can get their hands on. Joshua Eulogio Da Costa, from Sharjah, near Dubai, was only two steps away from the monkeys when he captured the images. Please byline: Joshua Da Costa/Solent News ' Joshua Da Costa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116547/1911140935
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    DRINKING MONKEY
    14/11/2019
    Joshua Da Costa/Solent Ne/SIPA
    Pictured: A monkey finishes off the last drops of a discarded can of fizzy drink after fighting off rivals for a chance to take a sip. The long-tailed macaque has just finished wrestling other members of its troop for the can, which was thrown their way by a tourist in Phuket, Thailand. Despite also being known as crab-eating macaques, the animal's enjoy an opportunistic diet which means that they will eat or drink whatever they can get their hands on. Joshua Eulogio Da Costa, from Sharjah, near Dubai, was only two steps away from the monkeys when he captured the images. Please byline: Joshua Da Costa/Solent News ' Joshua Da Costa/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116547/1911140935

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  • CABBAGE PATCH
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    CABBAGE PATCH 14/11/2019 Abdul Momin/Solent News/SIPA Pictured: A worker walks through a huge field between rows of thousands of cabbage plants. The man sprays pesticide and distributes fertiliser as he makes his way through the lines of vibrant, green vegetables. The cabbages on a three acre family farm, in a remote village of Bangladesh called Gabtali Upazila, are all neatly arranged in hundreds of rows. Photographer Abdul Momin, 28, from Bogra, Bangladesh, captured the images with his drone and said: "The farmers remove the old outer leaves so they get space to grow fast. Please byline: Abdul Momin/Solent News ' Abdul Momin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116544/1911140934
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    CABBAGE PATCH
    14/11/2019
    Abdul Momin/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: A worker walks through a huge field between rows of thousands of cabbage plants. The man sprays pesticide and distributes fertiliser as he makes his way through the lines of vibrant, green vegetables. The cabbages on a three acre family farm, in a remote village of Bangladesh called Gabtali Upazila, are all neatly arranged in hundreds of rows. Photographer Abdul Momin, 28, from Bogra, Bangladesh, captured the images with his drone and said: "The farmers remove the old outer leaves so they get space to grow fast. Please byline: Abdul Momin/Solent News ' Abdul Momin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0116544/1911140934

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  • MIXED RACE MUM WITH GINGER BABY
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    MIXED RACE MUM WITH GINGER BABY 13/11/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Luca, now seven months old, was born with red hair despite have a mixed raced mum and white dad with dark hair) A mixed raced mum has been left extremely surprised by her baby boy who has red hair and fair skin - with some strangers asking if he'd been 'swapped at birth.' Ella Gayle, 23, from Nottingham, has Jamaican, Italian and Irish heritage and has jet black hair and dark skin - so when Luca, now seven months old, was born with red hair, it came as quite a shock. Luca's dad, Christian Henman, 29, is white but also has dark hair - leaving the pair to question where the bubbly baby, who also has blue eyes, got his unique look from. Ella, a financial difficulty advisor, said: "You can see Luca's hair from a mile off when we're out and about and people often stare because the two of us look so different. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115810/1911131152/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911131153
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    MIXED RACE MUM WITH GINGER BABY
    13/11/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Luca, now seven months old, was born with red hair despite have a mixed raced mum and white dad with dark hair) A mixed raced mum has been left extremely surprised by her baby boy who has red hair and fair skin - with some strangers asking if he'd been 'swapped at birth.' Ella Gayle, 23, from Nottingham, has Jamaican, Italian and Irish heritage and has jet black hair and dark skin - so when Luca, now seven months old, was born with red hair, it came as quite a shock. Luca's dad, Christian Henman, 29, is white but also has dark hair - leaving the pair to question where the bubbly baby, who also has blue eyes, got his unique look from. Ella, a financial difficulty advisor, said: "You can see Luca's hair from a mile off when we're out and about and people often stare because the two of us look so different. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115810/1911131152/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911131153

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  • Fishing kingfisher
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    Fishing kingfisher 13/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED THE KINGFISHER) These stunning photos show the natural beauty and calm of a happy kingfisher. Taken by photographer Vince Burton, 45, the images show the kingfisher grabbing an unsuspecting fish for a quick bite to eat. The stunning images were captured at hide in rural Suffolk earlier this year. Vince said: "On one occasion, after a successful catch, the bird returned to the perch, and only then did I notice that there was something unusual. "The kingfisher had speared the fish with the top part of his bill, rather than catching the fish between its top and bottom bill. SEE CATERS COPY - Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115769/1911131147/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911131153
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    Fishing kingfisher
    13/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED THE KINGFISHER) These stunning photos show the natural beauty and calm of a happy kingfisher. Taken by photographer Vince Burton, 45, the images show the kingfisher grabbing an unsuspecting fish for a quick bite to eat. The stunning images were captured at hide in rural Suffolk earlier this year. Vince said: "On one occasion, after a successful catch, the bird returned to the perch, and only then did I notice that there was something unusual. "The kingfisher had speared the fish with the top part of his bill, rather than catching the fish between its top and bottom bill. SEE CATERS COPY - Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115769/1911131147/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911131153

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  • ONE LEGGED FOOTBALLER
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    ONE LEGGED FOOTBALLER 13/11/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY Will Lailey / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Number 8 Lewis Aldersley, 17, from Coventry, West MidsPic Taken 10/11/2019) . A promising teen footballer who had academy trials but had to stop due to a leg amputation is back on the pitch after two years on the side line. Lewis Aldesleigh, 17, was showing all the signs of any soon-to-be pro footballer in secondary school as his school team's star player and was in line to go through regional academy trials to take his career pro. But in July 2017, he was devastated when he was diagnosed with bone cancer and doctors advised for him to have his leg amputated above the knee - saving his life but ruining his career before it had even begun. The brave teen, from Coventry, West Mids, hasn’t let his amputation stop him from pursuing his football, and he now plays for West Bromwich Albion’s amputee team, whizzing around the pitch on his crutches once a week. - SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115803/1911131151/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911131153
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    ONE LEGGED FOOTBALLER
    13/11/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY Will Lailey / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Number 8 Lewis Aldersley, 17, from Coventry, West MidsPic Taken 10/11/2019) . A promising teen footballer who had academy trials but had to stop due to a leg amputation is back on the pitch after two years on the side line. Lewis Aldesleigh, 17, was showing all the signs of any soon-to-be pro footballer in secondary school as his school team's star player and was in line to go through regional academy trials to take his career pro. But in July 2017, he was devastated when he was diagnosed with bone cancer and doctors advised for him to have his leg amputated above the knee - saving his life but ruining his career before it had even begun. The brave teen, from Coventry, West Mids, hasn’t let his amputation stop him from pursuing his football, and he now plays for West Bromwich Albion’s amputee team, whizzing around the pitch on his crutches once a week. - SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0115803/1911131151/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911131153

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  • The moment two adorable eurasian otters cuddle for warmth.
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    The moment two adorable eurasian otters cuddle for warmth. 12/11/2019 Matthew Watling/Solent Ne/SIPA Pictured: The moment two adorable eurasian otters cuddle for warmth. Photographer Matthew Watling captured the beautiful interaction a mother otter took care of her cub on the coast of Mid Argyll, Scotland. The 36 year-old said ÒI was watching this pair for over an hour through my camera, and they stayed together for the whole time I was watching them.Ó ÒThe only time the pair separated was when the mother left to scare away another otter, however the cub was kept safe and right out of the way on the far bank.Ó The sales assistant said ÒThe mother and cub were huddling together for warmth and security. It was a real mother and son bonding moment.Ó Please byline: Matthew Watling/Solent News ' Matthew Watling/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114654/1911121446/Credit:Matthew Watling/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911121448
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    The moment two adorable eurasian otters cuddle for warmth.
    12/11/2019
    Matthew Watling/Solent Ne/SIPA
    Pictured: The moment two adorable eurasian otters cuddle for warmth. Photographer Matthew Watling captured the beautiful interaction a mother otter took care of her cub on the coast of Mid Argyll, Scotland. The 36 year-old said ÒI was watching this pair for over an hour through my camera, and they stayed together for the whole time I was watching them.Ó ÒThe only time the pair separated was when the mother left to scare away another otter, however the cub was kept safe and right out of the way on the far bank.Ó The sales assistant said ÒThe mother and cub were huddling together for warmth and security. It was a real mother and son bonding moment.Ó Please byline: Matthew Watling/Solent News ' Matthew Watling/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114654/1911121446/Credit:Matthew Watling/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911121448

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  • CHERNOBYL MURAL
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    CHERNOBYL MURAL 12/11/2019 Franco Cappellari/Solent /SIPA Pictured: A striking 200ft-long mural has appeared on the turbine hall of the disastrous Chernobyl nuclear plant. The colourful painting, which depicts a giant, gloved hand manipulating atomic energy alongside a breed of endangered wild horses, appears to warn of the role humans can play in jeopardising our planet. Measuring 60ft-tall the mural, called 'Looking into the future', now covers the upper reaches of the rarely photographed turbine hall's eastern wall. It took Ukrainian artist Valery Korshunov four months to complete the work at the site of the 1986 disaster, when reactor number 4 exploded during a safety test. The uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction and subsequent radioactive contamination - recently dramatised in a hit Sky/HBO TV series - is thought to have claimed thousands of lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Franco Cappellari/Solent News ' Franco Cappellari/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114643/1911121444/Credit:Franco Cappellari/Solent /SIPA/1911121448
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    CHERNOBYL MURAL
    12/11/2019
    Franco Cappellari/Solent /SIPA
    Pictured: A striking 200ft-long mural has appeared on the turbine hall of the disastrous Chernobyl nuclear plant. The colourful painting, which depicts a giant, gloved hand manipulating atomic energy alongside a breed of endangered wild horses, appears to warn of the role humans can play in jeopardising our planet. Measuring 60ft-tall the mural, called 'Looking into the future', now covers the upper reaches of the rarely photographed turbine hall's eastern wall. It took Ukrainian artist Valery Korshunov four months to complete the work at the site of the 1986 disaster, when reactor number 4 exploded during a safety test. The uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction and subsequent radioactive contamination - recently dramatised in a hit Sky/HBO TV series - is thought to have claimed thousands of lives. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: Franco Cappellari/Solent News ' Franco Cappellari/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114643/1911121444/Credit:Franco Cappellari/Solent /SIPA/1911121448

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  • SHARK TOOOTH
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    SHARK TOOOTH 12/11/2019 William Buchheit/Solent N/SIPA Pictured: Pictures capture the exact moment a tooth flies from a great white shark's mouth as it bites down on a tuna head being used for bait. The tuna, which is attached to a buoy, was being used to lure the 14ft-long female to a cage diving boat near Guadalupe Island, 150 miles west of Mexico's Baja Peninsula. Typically, the tuna would be pulled away before it's eaten, but the great white had launched towards the tuna from below, blindsiding the bait masters. An abundance of yellow-fin tuna in the waters around Guadalupe Island attracts some of the largest white sharks in the world. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: William Buchheit/Solent News ' William Buchheit/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114656/1911121446/Credit:William Buchheit/Solent N/SIPA/1911121448
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    SHARK TOOOTH
    12/11/2019
    William Buchheit/Solent N/SIPA
    Pictured: Pictures capture the exact moment a tooth flies from a great white shark's mouth as it bites down on a tuna head being used for bait. The tuna, which is attached to a buoy, was being used to lure the 14ft-long female to a cage diving boat near Guadalupe Island, 150 miles west of Mexico's Baja Peninsula. Typically, the tuna would be pulled away before it's eaten, but the great white had launched towards the tuna from below, blindsiding the bait masters. An abundance of yellow-fin tuna in the waters around Guadalupe Island attracts some of the largest white sharks in the world. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Please byline: William Buchheit/Solent News ' William Buchheit/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_SOLENT0114656/1911121446/Credit:William Buchheit/Solent N/SIPA/1911121448

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  • VAN CONVERSION
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    VAN CONVERSION 12/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY @fromrusttoroadtrip / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED the vans bed before the makeover) Meet the globetrotters who converted their ?1000 minivan into a cosy home on the wheels. Ben Fuery, 26 and Lucy Pinell, 24, from Hayle, Cornwall spent ten months and ?5000 to transform their 2002 LVD Convoy and travelled in 25 countries. The couple knew they wanted to travel and see the world so after their graduation in 2015, they worked tirelessly over the summer, saving up to buy their dream van. SEE CATERS COPY - @fromrusttoroadtrip / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0114541/1911121219/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911121221
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    VAN CONVERSION
    12/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY @fromrusttoroadtrip / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED the vans bed before the makeover) Meet the globetrotters who converted their ?1000 minivan into a cosy home on the wheels. Ben Fuery, 26 and Lucy Pinell, 24, from Hayle, Cornwall spent ten months and ?5000 to transform their 2002 LVD Convoy and travelled in 25 countries. The couple knew they wanted to travel and see the world so after their graduation in 2015, they worked tirelessly over the summer, saving up to buy their dream van. SEE CATERS COPY - @fromrusttoroadtrip / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0114541/1911121219/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911121221

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  • THERAPY SAUSAGE DOG
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    THERAPY SAUSAGE DOG 12/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA Pic by MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Jimmy Chipolata the sausage dog ) - A sausage dog who found viral fame providing therapy to stressed out students has become a fashionista - after appearing in VOGUE magazine. Popular pup Jimmy Chipolata works with his owner Debra Easter, 45, at Nottingham Trent University as the UK's first in-house student therapy sausage dog. The impeccably dressed rescue dog was once twice his size, unable to walk without getting blisters and rolls of fat on his legs, but now he spends his time soothing students who are struggling with stress. SEE MERCURY COPY. - MERCURY PRESS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0114508/1911121217/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911121217
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    THERAPY SAUSAGE DOG
    12/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    Pic by MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Jimmy Chipolata the sausage dog ) - A sausage dog who found viral fame providing therapy to stressed out students has become a fashionista - after appearing in VOGUE magazine. Popular pup Jimmy Chipolata works with his owner Debra Easter, 45, at Nottingham Trent University as the UK's first in-house student therapy sausage dog. The impeccably dressed rescue dog was once twice his size, unable to walk without getting blisters and rolls of fat on his legs, but now he spends his time soothing students who are struggling with stress. SEE MERCURY COPY. - MERCURY PRESS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0114508/1911121217/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911121217

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  • SEA LIONS AND DIVER
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    SEA LIONS AND DIVER 11/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Maxwel Hohn / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the sea lions swim to the diver) This diver couldn't believe his luck when he happened across a group of sea lions - who immediately surrounded him. Luckily Maxwel Hohn, 32, an underwater photographer was nearby to capture the moment that took place off the coast of Vancouver, Courtenay British Columbia, Canada. Maxwell dives every year with the sea lions as they gather in large groups in anticipation for the herring spawn in that occurs in March. He said: ÒThe sea lions are naturally very curious animals so us divers seen to attract their attention. ÒOften it can by intimidating when a raft of 50 sea lions dog pile you underwater. SEE CATERS COPY - PIC BY Maxwel Hohn / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_10409/1911111324/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911111326
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    SEA LIONS AND DIVER
    11/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Maxwel Hohn / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the sea lions swim to the diver) This diver couldn't believe his luck when he happened across a group of sea lions - who immediately surrounded him. Luckily Maxwel Hohn, 32, an underwater photographer was nearby to capture the moment that took place off the coast of Vancouver, Courtenay British Columbia, Canada. Maxwell dives every year with the sea lions as they gather in large groups in anticipation for the herring spawn in that occurs in March. He said: ÒThe sea lions are naturally very curious animals so us divers seen to attract their attention. ÒOften it can by intimidating when a raft of 50 sea lions dog pile you underwater. SEE CATERS COPY - PIC BY Maxwel Hohn / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_10409/1911111324/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911111326

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  • LITTLE AND LARGE POOCH FASHION
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    LITTLE AND LARGE POOCH FASHION 08/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA Ò**MANDATORY BYLINE** PIC BY @puppynamedCharlie/PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Charlie a seven-year-old Bichon Poodle (RIGHT) and Sawyer four-year-old, Golden doodle (LEFT) are dressed as teddy bears.) This little and large duo have become the best of friends and now even dress the same. Pooch Charlie, a seven-year-old Bichon Poodle and Sawyer, a four-year-old, Goldendoodle, were adopted by their doting dog mum, Paige Chernick, 31, from New York, USA. Paige, a social media director, first adopted Charlie in 2012, but wanted a fur sibling for her four legged friend, so adopted Sawyer three years later. SEE CATERS COPY. - @puppynamedCharlie/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114193/1911081248/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081250
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    LITTLE AND LARGE POOCH FASHION
    08/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    Ò**MANDATORY BYLINE** PIC BY @puppynamedCharlie/PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Charlie a seven-year-old Bichon Poodle (RIGHT) and Sawyer four-year-old, Golden doodle (LEFT) are dressed as teddy bears.) This little and large duo have become the best of friends and now even dress the same. Pooch Charlie, a seven-year-old Bichon Poodle and Sawyer, a four-year-old, Goldendoodle, were adopted by their doting dog mum, Paige Chernick, 31, from New York, USA. Paige, a social media director, first adopted Charlie in 2012, but wanted a fur sibling for her four legged friend, so adopted Sawyer three years later. SEE CATERS COPY. - @puppynamedCharlie/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114193/1911081248/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081250

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  • REAL LIFE SUPERWOMAN
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    REAL LIFE SUPERWOMAN 08/11/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Emily before she got into fitness) An stunning bodybuilder has been compared to a real life version of superhero SUPERWOMAN after showcasing her FORMIDABLE muscles in a pro bodybuilding competition for the first time.The impressive athlete has invested not only time, but money into what has become an extreme lifestyle - Emily Hackett, from Chatham, Kent has spent over £5000 on bodybuilding competitions alone, including her outfits, registrations and coaching. Yet Emily has completely transformed her body to become toned and stronger - with COUNTLESS workouts per week, giving herself only ONE rest day. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114174/1911081247/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911081250
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    REAL LIFE SUPERWOMAN
    08/11/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Emily before she got into fitness) An stunning bodybuilder has been compared to a real life version of superhero SUPERWOMAN after showcasing her FORMIDABLE muscles in a pro bodybuilding competition for the first time.The impressive athlete has invested not only time, but money into what has become an extreme lifestyle - Emily Hackett, from Chatham, Kent has spent over £5000 on bodybuilding competitions alone, including her outfits, registrations and coaching. Yet Emily has completely transformed her body to become toned and stronger - with COUNTLESS workouts per week, giving herself only ONE rest day. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114174/1911081247/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911081250

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  • BABY GORILLA CUTE HAIR
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    BABY GORILLA CUTE HAIR 08/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS -(PICTURED the baby gorilla) A photographer trekked a Ugandan rainforest in search of rare mountain gorillas - and was thrilled when he stumbled upon a father and his beautifully bouffanted baby. The amazing images were taken by Vince Burton, 45, from Norfolk, who went to Uganda in search of the rare animal whilst wondering through a rainforest for three days in June 2019. Whilst there he spent time with a group of 13 gorillas, one of which was just eight days old and he managed to snap some incredible moments between the young gorilla and his father. SEE CATERS COPY - Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114143/1911081243/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081244
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    BABY GORILLA CUTE HAIR
    08/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS -(PICTURED the baby gorilla) A photographer trekked a Ugandan rainforest in search of rare mountain gorillas - and was thrilled when he stumbled upon a father and his beautifully bouffanted baby. The amazing images were taken by Vince Burton, 45, from Norfolk, who went to Uganda in search of the rare animal whilst wondering through a rainforest for three days in June 2019. Whilst there he spent time with a group of 13 gorillas, one of which was just eight days old and he managed to snap some incredible moments between the young gorilla and his father. SEE CATERS COPY - Vince Burton / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114143/1911081243/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081244

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  • DUSTY BIN COLLECTOR
    00931412
    DUSTY BIN COLLECTOR 08/11/2019 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED- A room in the home of Neil Stubbs, 45, and partner Michelle Finney, 51, housing the Dusty Bin memorabilia) -A couple obsessed with 70s TV character Dusty Bin have spent 20 years and thousands of pounds collecting hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from the show - and have even transformed their spare room into a time capsule for the decade. Neil Stubbs, 45, and partner Michelle Finney, 51, have travelled the length and breadth of the UK in search of memorabilia from the TV show 3-2-1 and own hundreds 612 Dusty Bin money boxes, mugs, aprons, posters and tea towels. Neil's love for Dusty Bin is so great that he's even got a tattoo of the character on his left arm. The couple store their haul in a specially designed room in their home in Leek, Staffordshire, that is styled with olive wall paper and patterned carpets from the 1970s - to make the collection as authentic as possible. - SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114146/1911081243/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1911081244
    00931412
    DUSTY BIN COLLECTOR
    08/11/2019
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED- A room in the home of Neil Stubbs, 45, and partner Michelle Finney, 51, housing the Dusty Bin memorabilia) -A couple obsessed with 70s TV character Dusty Bin have spent 20 years and thousands of pounds collecting hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from the show - and have even transformed their spare room into a time capsule for the decade. Neil Stubbs, 45, and partner Michelle Finney, 51, have travelled the length and breadth of the UK in search of memorabilia from the TV show 3-2-1 and own hundreds 612 Dusty Bin money boxes, mugs, aprons, posters and tea towels. Neil's love for Dusty Bin is so great that he's even got a tattoo of the character on his left arm. The couple store their haul in a specially designed room in their home in Leek, Staffordshire, that is styled with olive wall paper and patterned carpets from the 1970s - to make the collection as authentic as possible. - SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114146/1911081243/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1911081244

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  • BABY GENDER MIX UP
    00931410
    BABY GENDER MIX UP 08/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Max Govan, County Down in Northern Ireland. ) - A couple who were expecting their third baby girl were stunned to discover they were in fact having a boy as the mum-to-be went into labour - despite up to EIGHT scans telling them otherwise. Sarah Heaney and her husband William Govan, eagerly kitted out their new bundle of joy with pink clothes, dummies, blankets, teddies and even a pink crib after a private gender scan at 17 weeks revealed they were expecting their third baby girl. The couple from, County Down in Northern Ireland, also bought baby grows adorned with the words 'little sister' but were shocked when a final scan on the day their baby was born revealed their little girl was actually a boy. Remarkably Sarah had had private gender scans at 17 weeks, an NHS gender scan at 20 and growth scans every three weeks from around 25 weeks - following concerns over the baby's size. - SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114124/1911081240/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081244
    00931410
    BABY GENDER MIX UP
    08/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Max Govan, County Down in Northern Ireland. ) - A couple who were expecting their third baby girl were stunned to discover they were in fact having a boy as the mum-to-be went into labour - despite up to EIGHT scans telling them otherwise. Sarah Heaney and her husband William Govan, eagerly kitted out their new bundle of joy with pink clothes, dummies, blankets, teddies and even a pink crib after a private gender scan at 17 weeks revealed they were expecting their third baby girl. The couple from, County Down in Northern Ireland, also bought baby grows adorned with the words 'little sister' but were shocked when a final scan on the day their baby was born revealed their little girl was actually a boy. Remarkably Sarah had had private gender scans at 17 weeks, an NHS gender scan at 20 and growth scans every three weeks from around 25 weeks - following concerns over the baby's size. - SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0114124/1911081240/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911081244

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  • Blue eye, Lioness
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    Blue eye, Lioness 07/11/2019 Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent Ne/SIPA A magnificent lioness has been nicknamed 'Blue Eye' after a fight with a warthog left her looking like she has a glass eye. The veteran predator was wounded when the prey she was hunting pierced her eye with its tusk two years ago. The injury now resembles a blue glass eye. But experts say it is just swollen and has turned blue due to the veins inside rising to the surface. Taken on the Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa, the lioness is known by local rangers to be the most formidable hunter in her pride, despite her injury. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent News ' Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_1226/1911071753/Credit:Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911071754
    00931288
    Blue eye, Lioness
    07/11/2019
    Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent Ne/SIPA
    A magnificent lioness has been nicknamed 'Blue Eye' after a fight with a warthog left her looking like she has a glass eye. The veteran predator was wounded when the prey she was hunting pierced her eye with its tusk two years ago. The injury now resembles a blue glass eye. But experts say it is just swollen and has turned blue due to the veins inside rising to the surface. Taken on the Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa, the lioness is known by local rangers to be the most formidable hunter in her pride, despite her injury. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent News ' Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//SOLENTNEWS_1226/1911071753/Credit:Sarsha Rinkovec/Solent Ne/SIPA/1911071754

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  • CALL 999 FOR THE NEW K9! POLICE DOG UNIT WELCOMES ITS NINE NEWEST AND CUTEST MEMBERS - A LITTER OF PAWS-ITIVELY PERFECT PUPS
    00931240
    CALL 999 FOR THE NEW K9! POLICE DOG UNIT WELCOMES ITS NINE NEWEST AND CUTEST MEMBERS - A LITTER OF PAWS-ITIVELY PERFECT PUPS 07/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Manchester, UK. (Pictured: Greater Manchester Police Inspector Jason Knight with the new litter of nine German Shepherd puppies at the K9 training centre in Manchester.) A police dog unit has welcomed its nine newest and cutest members Ð a litter of paws-itively perfect German shepherd pups. Greater Manchester PoliceÕs Tactical Dog Unit saw the patter of puppy feet on Friday September 13, when a litter of four male and five females were born. Since parents Sally, the unitÕs brood bitch, and Mati, a working police dog, had the huge litter all but three of the pooches will train to become official police dogs. (SEE MERCURY COPY) - James Speakman/Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters013223/1911071243/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911071244
    00931240
    CALL 999 FOR THE NEW K9! POLICE DOG UNIT WELCOMES ITS NINE NEWEST AND CUTEST MEMBERS - A LITTER OF PAWS-ITIVELY PERFECT PUPS
    07/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    MERCURY PRESS. Manchester, UK. (Pictured: Greater Manchester Police Inspector Jason Knight with the new litter of nine German Shepherd puppies at the K9 training centre in Manchester.) A police dog unit has welcomed its nine newest and cutest members Ð a litter of paws-itively perfect German shepherd pups. Greater Manchester PoliceÕs Tactical Dog Unit saw the patter of puppy feet on Friday September 13, when a litter of four male and five females were born. Since parents Sally, the unitÕs brood bitch, and Mati, a working police dog, had the huge litter all but three of the pooches will train to become official police dogs. (SEE MERCURY COPY) - James Speakman/Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters013223/1911071243/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911071244

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  • HYPER REAL ART PORTRAITS
    00931238
    HYPER REAL ART PORTRAITS 07/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Joongwon Jeong's portrait of Homer) A talented artist has recreated a series of famous portraits - imagined with such incredible hyper-realism they look like photographs. From Vincent van Gogh's self portrait, a statue of Homer - and even God - Joongwon Jeong's amazingly life-like images will have you staring in disbelief. Joongwon Jeong, 31, travels the world always looking for people who he thinks resembles figures in the portraits and uses them for inspiration to recreate the image. He said: ÒHyperrealism, for me, is never about showing my painting skills- rather, itÕs about giving viewers an experience of being confused, though momentarily, between the original and the copy, or the reality and the fiction. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters013191/1911071241/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911071244
    00931238
    HYPER REAL ART PORTRAITS
    07/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Joongwon Jeong's portrait of Homer) A talented artist has recreated a series of famous portraits - imagined with such incredible hyper-realism they look like photographs. From Vincent van Gogh's self portrait, a statue of Homer - and even God - Joongwon Jeong's amazingly life-like images will have you staring in disbelief. Joongwon Jeong, 31, travels the world always looking for people who he thinks resembles figures in the portraits and uses them for inspiration to recreate the image. He said: ÒHyperrealism, for me, is never about showing my painting skills- rather, itÕs about giving viewers an experience of being confused, though momentarily, between the original and the copy, or the reality and the fiction. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters013191/1911071241/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911071244

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  • Urivabo - Urinal and Sink in one
    00931128
    Urivabo - Urinal and Sink in one 06/11/2019 ISOPIX/SIPA Beloeil , 06/11/2019 : Olivier Coddens is the inventor of the Urivabo . A urinal and sink all in one . This sanitary inovation is economic , ecological and hygienic . Olivier says : "Having found that most men omit or neglect to wash their hands (as they have to move from the urinal to the sink) and to flush the urinal for cleaning after passing through toilet, the idea came to me to create an object coupling sink and urinal. In addition to having the sink and urinal in the same volume, this object has the particularity of salvaging the handwashing water to rinse the urinal." Pix : Olivier Coddens , Urivabo . Credit : Frederic Sierakowski / Isopix //ISOPIX_iso0112815/1911061535/Credit:ISOPIX/SIPA/1911061536
    00931128
    Urivabo - Urinal and Sink in one
    06/11/2019
    ISOPIX/SIPA
    Beloeil , 06/11/2019 : Olivier Coddens is the inventor of the Urivabo . A urinal and sink all in one . This sanitary inovation is economic , ecological and hygienic . Olivier says : "Having found that most men omit or neglect to wash their hands (as they have to move from the urinal to the sink) and to flush the urinal for cleaning after passing through toilet, the idea came to me to create an object coupling sink and urinal. In addition to having the sink and urinal in the same volume, this object has the particularity of salvaging the handwashing water to rinse the urinal." Pix : Olivier Coddens , Urivabo . Credit : Frederic Sierakowski / Isopix //ISOPIX_iso0112815/1911061535/Credit:ISOPIX/SIPA/1911061536

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  • Huge strips of fabric create a rainbow of colour as they are laid out to dry.
    00931120
    Huge strips of fabric create a rainbow of colour as they are laid out to dry. 06/11/2019 Zay Yar Lin/Solent News/SIPA Huge strips of fabric create a rainbow of colour as they are laid out to dry. One worker can be seen sitting on a small boat as she stretches out the hand-made material on a structure made over a lake. Workers at the fabric factory carefully align the traditional garments in straight rows to dry them under the hot sun for a day. These aerial photographs were taken by a drone by amateur photographer Zay Yar Lin, 35, at Inle Lake, Myanmar. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Zay Yar Lin/Solent News ' Zay Yar Lin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//BIASOLENT_SOLENT012803/1911061516/Credit:Zay Yar Lin/Solent News/SIPA/1911061519
    00931120
    Huge strips of fabric create a rainbow of colour as they are laid out to dry.
    06/11/2019
    Zay Yar Lin/Solent News/SIPA
    Huge strips of fabric create a rainbow of colour as they are laid out to dry. One worker can be seen sitting on a small boat as she stretches out the hand-made material on a structure made over a lake. Workers at the fabric factory carefully align the traditional garments in straight rows to dry them under the hot sun for a day. These aerial photographs were taken by a drone by amateur photographer Zay Yar Lin, 35, at Inle Lake, Myanmar. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Zay Yar Lin/Solent News ' Zay Yar Lin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800//BIASOLENT_SOLENT012803/1911061516/Credit:Zay Yar Lin/Solent News/SIPA/1911061519

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  • BANGLADESH-NARAYANGANJ-RAKHER UPOBASH-FESTIVAL
    00931114
    BANGLADESH-NARAYANGANJ-RAKHER UPOBASH-FESTIVAL 06/11/2019 CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA (191106) -- NARAYANGANJ, Nov. 6, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Hindu devotees pray at a temple during the Rakher Upobash, a Hindu religious fasting festival in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, Nov. 5, 2019. Hindu devotees gathered in front of a temple in Narayanganj to worship and pray to Gods during the ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash. (Str/Xinhua) - Naim-ul-karim -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007335_20191106_PEPFN0A001/1911061359/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911061401
    00931114
    BANGLADESH-NARAYANGANJ-RAKHER UPOBASH-FESTIVAL
    06/11/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (191106) -- NARAYANGANJ, Nov. 6, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Hindu devotees pray at a temple during the Rakher Upobash, a Hindu religious fasting festival in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, Nov. 5, 2019. Hindu devotees gathered in front of a temple in Narayanganj to worship and pray to Gods during the ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash. (Str/Xinhua) - Naim-ul-karim -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007335_20191106_PEPFN0A001/1911061359/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1911061401

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  • TWINCREDIBLE FAMILY
    00931102
    TWINCREDIBLE FAMILY 06/11/2019 MERCURY PRESS/SIPA PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED Arlo and Alby, three months) A super fertile mum has a million to one family after giving birth to TWO sets of twins – one identical, one fraternal – with no ‘filler baby’ in between at incredible odds. Gina Shelton, 30, and husband, Olie, 33, from Telford, Shrops, were left stunned in August, when their second natural pregnancy in three years turned out to be another set of twins. With the chances of two consecutive twin pregnancies thought to be in the region of one in 700,000, the stay-at-home mum admits people joke 'I'm not sitting next to you' for fear of catching her productive genes. SEE MERCURY COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12578aters00/1911061215/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931102
    TWINCREDIBLE FAMILY
    06/11/2019
    MERCURY PRESS/SIPA
    PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED Arlo and Alby, three months) A super fertile mum has a million to one family after giving birth to TWO sets of twins – one identical, one fraternal – with no ‘filler baby’ in between at incredible odds. Gina Shelton, 30, and husband, Olie, 33, from Telford, Shrops, were left stunned in August, when their second natural pregnancy in three years turned out to be another set of twins. With the chances of two consecutive twin pregnancies thought to be in the region of one in 700,000, the stay-at-home mum admits people joke 'I'm not sitting next to you' for fear of catching her productive genes. SEE MERCURY COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12578aters00/1911061215/Credit:MERCURY PRESS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • YOUNG WOMAN CLAIMS BOOTEA CAUSED HER CONTRACEPTIVE PILL TO FAIL
    00931099
    YOUNG WOMAN CLAIMS BOOTEA CAUSED HER CONTRACEPTIVE PILL TO FAIL 06/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Crystal George holding a photo of her when she was pregnant.) A young woman says she fell pregnant due to popular detox tea brand 'Bootea' after claiming it counteracted her contraceptive pill. Crystal George, 27, from Sheffod, Bedfordshire, decided to start a '14 day teatox' before going on holiday with her partner, Mike Gray, 28, but says she had no idea it would affect her contraceptive. After returning from her holiday, Crystal says she felt unwell and thought she'd caught an illness - but three months later Crystal discovered she was in fact 13 weeks pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY. - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12536aters00/1911061210/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931099
    YOUNG WOMAN CLAIMS BOOTEA CAUSED HER CONTRACEPTIVE PILL TO FAIL
    06/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Crystal George holding a photo of her when she was pregnant.) A young woman says she fell pregnant due to popular detox tea brand 'Bootea' after claiming it counteracted her contraceptive pill. Crystal George, 27, from Sheffod, Bedfordshire, decided to start a '14 day teatox' before going on holiday with her partner, Mike Gray, 28, but says she had no idea it would affect her contraceptive. After returning from her holiday, Crystal says she felt unwell and thought she'd caught an illness - but three months later Crystal discovered she was in fact 13 weeks pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY. - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12536aters00/1911061210/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • FARM LAUNCHES WORM BURGERS TO SAVE THE PLANET
    00931098
    FARM LAUNCHES WORM BURGERS TO SAVE THE PLANET 06/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED creepy crawlies.) Most people would send back a burger if they found a bug in it - but this farm are serving up juicy snacks made entirely from creepy-crawlies - and say they're even tastier than beef. An urban farm in Ealing, London, is determined to put insects on your plate, in attempt to promote a more environmentally-friendly, sustainable source of protein.An ecological and nutritious alternative to meat, edible insects are rich in protein, omega 3 and vitamin B12 Ð as well as low in calories. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12528aters00/1911061209/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931098
    FARM LAUNCHES WORM BURGERS TO SAVE THE PLANET
    06/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED creepy crawlies.) Most people would send back a burger if they found a bug in it - but this farm are serving up juicy snacks made entirely from creepy-crawlies - and say they're even tastier than beef. An urban farm in Ealing, London, is determined to put insects on your plate, in attempt to promote a more environmentally-friendly, sustainable source of protein.An ecological and nutritious alternative to meat, edible insects are rich in protein, omega 3 and vitamin B12 Ð as well as low in calories. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12528aters00/1911061209/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • SWOOPING OSPREY SCOTLAND
    00931101
    SWOOPING OSPREY SCOTLAND 06/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Ali Abdulraheem / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the osprey swoops down) These stunning photos show a majestic osprey swooping over a pond as it grabs a helpless fish. Taken by photographer Ali Abdulraheem, 22, the photos show the osprey as it dives down to the water and grabs an unspsecting fish. The captivating images were taken on a stretch of water close to Aviemore, in Cairngorms National Park in Scotland back in August 2019. Ali said: "I photograph ospreys in early August of every year. ItÕs the most popular time to photograph them, as theyÕll be around in huge numbers because theyÕll be preparing to migrate and all juvenile are fledged by then. "IÕve been photographing Ospreys for three years now but every time I see it I feel amazed. The power of the dive and how deadly they are is just sensational. SEE CATERS COPY - Ali Abdulraheem / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12563aters00/1911061212/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931101
    SWOOPING OSPREY SCOTLAND
    06/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY Ali Abdulraheem / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED the osprey swoops down) These stunning photos show a majestic osprey swooping over a pond as it grabs a helpless fish. Taken by photographer Ali Abdulraheem, 22, the photos show the osprey as it dives down to the water and grabs an unspsecting fish. The captivating images were taken on a stretch of water close to Aviemore, in Cairngorms National Park in Scotland back in August 2019. Ali said: "I photograph ospreys in early August of every year. ItÕs the most popular time to photograph them, as theyÕll be around in huge numbers because theyÕll be preparing to migrate and all juvenile are fledged by then. "IÕve been photographing Ospreys for three years now but every time I see it I feel amazed. The power of the dive and how deadly they are is just sensational. SEE CATERS COPY - Ali Abdulraheem / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12563aters00/1911061212/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • THERAPY DOG HELPS MARINE SURF FOR FIRST TIME
    00931100
    THERAPY DOG HELPS MARINE SURF FOR FIRST TIME 06/11/2019 CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Ricochet the Golden Retriever therapy dog surfs with diasabled people in San Diego) A Golden Retriever hits the waves in a pioneering and innovative therapy in which the helpful hound offers emotional support to vulnerable and disabled riders. Working out of sunny San Diego, California, Judy Fridono founded Puppy Prodigies, a non-profit organisation in 2006. Along with Ricochet, an 11-year-old Golden Retriever, the 61-year-old has offered canine-assisted programs where Ricochet hops on to a surfboard before hitting the waves with the vulnerable and disabled children and adults who reach out to Judy. Judy said: “Ricochet is the first ever canine-assisted surf therapy and adaptive surfing Dog. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12545aters00/1911061211/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931100
    THERAPY DOG HELPS MARINE SURF FOR FIRST TIME
    06/11/2019
    CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Ricochet the Golden Retriever therapy dog surfs with diasabled people in San Diego) A Golden Retriever hits the waves in a pioneering and innovative therapy in which the helpful hound offers emotional support to vulnerable and disabled riders. Working out of sunny San Diego, California, Judy Fridono founded Puppy Prodigies, a non-profit organisation in 2006. Along with Ricochet, an 11-year-old Golden Retriever, the 61-year-old has offered canine-assisted programs where Ricochet hops on to a surfboard before hitting the waves with the vulnerable and disabled children and adults who reach out to Judy. Judy said: “Ricochet is the first ever canine-assisted surf therapy and adaptive surfing Dog. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12545aters00/1911061211/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • TWO WOMBS MIRACLE BABY
    00931103
    TWO WOMBS MIRACLE BABY 06/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY NICOLA GUINESS/ MERCURY PRESS. (PICTURED Nicola Guinness in surgery.) A mum-to-be with two wombs who thought she would never carry a baby after trying to conceive for nearly a decade has finally fallen pregnant with her little miracle - after winning a battle for life-changing surgery. Beauty therapist Nicola Guinness, 26, from Chelmsford, Essex, is 25 weeks pregnant with son Reggie but was told she would struggle to conceive after doctors found she had two separate wombs and vaginas aged 15. MERCURY PRESS. - Simon Jacobs/Caters//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12614aters00/1911061219/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061221
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    TWO WOMBS MIRACLE BABY
    06/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY NICOLA GUINESS/ MERCURY PRESS. (PICTURED Nicola Guinness in surgery.) A mum-to-be with two wombs who thought she would never carry a baby after trying to conceive for nearly a decade has finally fallen pregnant with her little miracle - after winning a battle for life-changing surgery. Beauty therapist Nicola Guinness, 26, from Chelmsford, Essex, is 25 weeks pregnant with son Reggie but was told she would struggle to conceive after doctors found she had two separate wombs and vaginas aged 15. MERCURY PRESS. - Simon Jacobs/Caters//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12614aters00/1911061219/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061221

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  • ARTIST MAKES COLOURFUL MASTERPIECES USING EVERYDAY OBJECTS
    00931097
    ARTIST MAKES COLOURFUL MASTERPIECES USING EVERYDAY OBJECTS 06/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY ADAM HILLMAN/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURE Van Gough's famous paining painting on a brush.) A pioneering artist replicates colourful masterpieces using everyday objects including Tic Tacs and paperclips.For the past 10 years, New Jersey based artist, Adam Hillman, 24, has used everyday objects, from Tic Tags and M&Ms to paperclips and toothpicks in order to replicate masterpieces such as 'Starry Night' by Vincent Van Gogh and Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam'. Adam has also pioneered a style that he states combines sculpture, photography and painting which he calls ÔObject ArrangingÕ, which involves the careful positioning and manipulation of everyday objects. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12519aters00/1911061208/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215
    00931097
    ARTIST MAKES COLOURFUL MASTERPIECES USING EVERYDAY OBJECTS
    06/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY ADAM HILLMAN/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURE Van Gough's famous paining painting on a brush.) A pioneering artist replicates colourful masterpieces using everyday objects including Tic Tacs and paperclips.For the past 10 years, New Jersey based artist, Adam Hillman, 24, has used everyday objects, from Tic Tags and M&Ms to paperclips and toothpicks in order to replicate masterpieces such as 'Starry Night' by Vincent Van Gogh and Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam'. Adam has also pioneered a style that he states combines sculpture, photography and painting which he calls ÔObject ArrangingÕ, which involves the careful positioning and manipulation of everyday objects. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_c12519aters00/1911061208/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911061215

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  • Matilda the grumpy cat
    00930942
    Matilda the grumpy cat 05/11/2019 CATERS NEWS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Matilda the grumpy cat, now two years old) A doting owner has released hilarious videos and photographs picturing her moody moggy - and admits that she could be the world's new Grumpy Cat. Knowing that she wanted a feline companion, Tina Buell, 44, searched the web for breeders in her country and stumbled across Matilda, the Exotic Shorthair. Despite there being several adorable kittens in the same litter, Tina couldn't help but pick out Matilda from the bunch due to her grumpy face and admits she 'fell in love with her frown'. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_C12271ATERS/1911051211/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911051214
    00930942
    Matilda the grumpy cat
    05/11/2019
    CATERS NEWS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Matilda the grumpy cat, now two years old) A doting owner has released hilarious videos and photographs picturing her moody moggy - and admits that she could be the world's new Grumpy Cat. Knowing that she wanted a feline companion, Tina Buell, 44, searched the web for breeders in her country and stumbled across Matilda, the Exotic Shorthair. Despite there being several adorable kittens in the same litter, Tina couldn't help but pick out Matilda from the bunch due to her grumpy face and admits she 'fell in love with her frown'. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_C12271ATERS/1911051211/Credit:CATERS NEWS/SIPA/1911051214

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  • MOST TATTOOED MUM
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    MOST TATTOOED MUM 05/11/2019 DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY //SIPA PIC BY DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Shelby Toms, 36, shows off her tattoos) A mum-of-three who boasts over 100 tattoos across her entire body says she could be the most tattooed mum in the UK. Shelby Toms, 36, from Howden, Newcastle, is almost completely covered from head to toe in tattoos after having her first tattoo aged 17. But Shelby has plans to get even more tattoos in the future as it's her mission that he body - not including her face - is 100 per cent covered in art work. She has even gone on to recently win the title of Miss Alternative Model 2019. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0112237/1911051146/Credit:DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY //SIPA/1911051146
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    MOST TATTOOED MUM
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    DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY //SIPA
    PIC BY DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Shelby Toms, 36, shows off her tattoos) A mum-of-three who boasts over 100 tattoos across her entire body says she could be the most tattooed mum in the UK. Shelby Toms, 36, from Howden, Newcastle, is almost completely covered from head to toe in tattoos after having her first tattoo aged 17. But Shelby has plans to get even more tattoos in the future as it's her mission that he body - not including her face - is 100 per cent covered in art work. She has even gone on to recently win the title of Miss Alternative Model 2019. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0112237/1911051146/Credit:DEBBIE TODD PHOTOGRAPHY //SIPA/1911051146

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  • Acrobatics of the tricolor arrows for the feast of the Italian armed forces
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    Acrobatics of the tricolor arrows for the feast of the Italian armed forces 04/11/2019 Salvatore Laporta / IPA/I/SIPA Feast of the Italian armed forces, the acrobatics of the tricolor arrows in the Gulf of Naples. 10/04/2019, Naples, Italy//IPAPRESSITALY_ipa0111765/1911041623/Credit:Salvatore Laporta / IPA/I/SIPA/1911041625
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    Acrobatics of the tricolor arrows for the feast of the Italian armed forces
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    Feast of the Italian armed forces, the acrobatics of the tricolor arrows in the Gulf of Naples. 10/04/2019, Naples, Italy//IPAPRESSITALY_ipa0111765/1911041623/Credit:Salvatore Laporta / IPA/I/SIPA/1911041625

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  • SKATER GIRL
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    SKATER GIRL 04/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Vasilisa Ermakova, 6, showing people she can skateboard) A six-year-old snowboard champion is showing people that she can rock the downhill skateboard just as well. Vasilisa Ermakova, from Moscow, Russia, holds two national records for snowboarding, and has recently achieved a new Russian record for the fastest downhill skateboard ride, at 30mph (48 km/h). Mum Natalya says the young girl practises both disciplines relentlessly for an impressive five hours a day. Vasilisa showcases her skateboarding skills by speeding down a forest road and nailing tight turns on a difficult track. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111644/1911041132/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041132
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    SKATER GIRL
    04/11/2019
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    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Vasilisa Ermakova, 6, showing people she can skateboard) A six-year-old snowboard champion is showing people that she can rock the downhill skateboard just as well. Vasilisa Ermakova, from Moscow, Russia, holds two national records for snowboarding, and has recently achieved a new Russian record for the fastest downhill skateboard ride, at 30mph (48 km/h). Mum Natalya says the young girl practises both disciplines relentlessly for an impressive five hours a day. Vasilisa showcases her skateboarding skills by speeding down a forest road and nailing tight turns on a difficult track. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111644/1911041132/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041132

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  • ORANGUTAN MOTHER AND BABY
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    ORANGUTAN MOTHER AND BABY 04/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY JULIA WIMMERLIN/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED The mother orangutan swinging from a tree with her baby holding onto her) An orangutan cub has been photographed clinging onto its mother in the jungle. Taken by Julia Wimmerlin, the photos show the pair in a loving embrace as the cub clings on to its mother. The heart-warming photos were taken by Julia in Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesia. SEE CATER COPY. - JULIA WIMMERLIN/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111641/1911041131/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041132
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    ORANGUTAN MOTHER AND BABY
    04/11/2019
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    PIC BY JULIA WIMMERLIN/CATERS NEWS (PICTURED The mother orangutan swinging from a tree with her baby holding onto her) An orangutan cub has been photographed clinging onto its mother in the jungle. Taken by Julia Wimmerlin, the photos show the pair in a loving embrace as the cub clings on to its mother. The heart-warming photos were taken by Julia in Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesia. SEE CATER COPY. - JULIA WIMMERLIN/CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111641/1911041131/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041132

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  • SPOT THE PHEASANT
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    SPOT THE PHEASANT 04/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Steve Fleetwood / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Photographer Steve Fleetwood, 53 from Leeds, with camera Pic Taken 28/10/2019) - A pheasant has been captured playing its own game of hide and seek as it camouflages into its surroundings. Steve Fleetwood, 53, from Leeds, Yorkshire, captured the images by chance while driving through The North Yorkshire Moors on the 28th of October. The welder fabricator's images show the pheasant hidden amongst dried out grass that appears to be the same colour as its feathers. Steve said: ÒThe photo shows the hen pheasant hiding in the dead autumn grass, testing her camouflage. - SEE CATERS COPY - Steve Fleetwood / CATERS NEWS //CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111664/1911041133/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041133
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    SPOT THE PHEASANT
    04/11/2019
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    PIC BY Steve Fleetwood / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Photographer Steve Fleetwood, 53 from Leeds, with camera Pic Taken 28/10/2019) - A pheasant has been captured playing its own game of hide and seek as it camouflages into its surroundings. Steve Fleetwood, 53, from Leeds, Yorkshire, captured the images by chance while driving through The North Yorkshire Moors on the 28th of October. The welder fabricator's images show the pheasant hidden amongst dried out grass that appears to be the same colour as its feathers. Steve said: ÒThe photo shows the hen pheasant hiding in the dead autumn grass, testing her camouflage. - SEE CATERS COPY - Steve Fleetwood / CATERS NEWS //CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111664/1911041133/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911041133

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  • CHOW CHOW BESTIES
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    CHOW CHOW BESTIES 04/11/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY @churroandtoffee / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Toffee [left] and Churro [right] in the snow) A pair of fluffy Chow Chows have showcased their inseparable bond in a series of adorable photos. Boasting over 40K followers, the two Chow Chows have been best mates since they were only two months old - and despite not being related they are the exact same breed and age. Churro and Toffee, both four, were both adopted as part of two separate surprises for owner Toni Esguerra, 28, from Seattle, Washington, USA. Toni said: "They love being let off their leads in the park - they'll run around together and play. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111620/1911041129/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911041132
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    CHOW CHOW BESTIES
    04/11/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY @churroandtoffee / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Toffee [left] and Churro [right] in the snow) A pair of fluffy Chow Chows have showcased their inseparable bond in a series of adorable photos. Boasting over 40K followers, the two Chow Chows have been best mates since they were only two months old - and despite not being related they are the exact same breed and age. Churro and Toffee, both four, were both adopted as part of two separate surprises for owner Toni Esguerra, 28, from Seattle, Washington, USA. Toni said: "They love being let off their leads in the park - they'll run around together and play. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111620/1911041129/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1911041132

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  • ADVENTURE CAT
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    ADVENTURE CAT 04/11/2019 SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Gary the adventurous cat drifts on a lake in Canada) One little kitty prefers to get his fur wet rather than stay warm indoors, as Gary the adventurous cat goes kayaking and hiking around the beautiful wilderness of Canada. Gary the adventurous cat breaks the age-old stereotype of the fat, lazy, domesticated cat. Along with owner James Eastham, 30, the adopted five-year-old domestic longhair hops aboard a kayak to sailing along the great lakes of Alberta and when not getting his fur wet, Gary will even go for hikes across the rocky terrain. James said: “Gary’s favourite outdoor activity is paddling, but he also enjoys going for hikes. This winter I’m hoping to take him cross country skiing, and maybe for some easy ski tours as well. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111610/1911041128/Credit:SIPA/1911041132
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    ADVENTURE CAT
    04/11/2019
    SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Gary the adventurous cat drifts on a lake in Canada) One little kitty prefers to get his fur wet rather than stay warm indoors, as Gary the adventurous cat goes kayaking and hiking around the beautiful wilderness of Canada. Gary the adventurous cat breaks the age-old stereotype of the fat, lazy, domesticated cat. Along with owner James Eastham, 30, the adopted five-year-old domestic longhair hops aboard a kayak to sailing along the great lakes of Alberta and when not getting his fur wet, Gary will even go for hikes across the rocky terrain. James said: “Gary’s favourite outdoor activity is paddling, but he also enjoys going for hikes. This winter I’m hoping to take him cross country skiing, and maybe for some easy ski tours as well. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0111610/1911041128/Credit:SIPA/1911041132

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  • DOG RINGS DOORBELL
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    DOG RINGS DOORBELL 01/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Chika the labrador mix) A dog was left with no other choice but to ring the household doorbell at 2am after being accidentally locked out. When Robert Fox was locking up his home in McDonough, Georgia, on October 28, he forgot one important thing, but it wouldn't be until the earlier hours that he would be reminded of it. Unbeknownst to Robert or the rest of the family, household pooch Chika, a Labrador-mix, had been locked out of the house. After hours passed, Chika plucked up the courage to ring the household doorbell at 2.18am, waking up a tired and confused Fox household, Robert went to investigate. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_DOG_RINGS_DOORBELL_012/1911011410/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416
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    DOG RINGS DOORBELL
    01/11/2019
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    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Chika the labrador mix) A dog was left with no other choice but to ring the household doorbell at 2am after being accidentally locked out. When Robert Fox was locking up his home in McDonough, Georgia, on October 28, he forgot one important thing, but it wouldn't be until the earlier hours that he would be reminded of it. Unbeknownst to Robert or the rest of the family, household pooch Chika, a Labrador-mix, had been locked out of the house. After hours passed, Chika plucked up the courage to ring the household doorbell at 2.18am, waking up a tired and confused Fox household, Robert went to investigate. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_DOG_RINGS_DOORBELL_012/1911011410/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416

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  • D-DAY VETERAN STILL POUNDS PAVEMENTS SELLING POPPIES AGED 95
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    D-DAY VETERAN STILL POUNDS PAVEMENTS SELLING POPPIES AGED 95 01/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. Pictured: John Dennett, 95, meets members of the public whilst selling poppies in Liverpool city centre. A D-Day veteran believed to be one of the UK's oldest poppy sellers is still pounding the pavements aged 95 - and has vowed to keep manning his stall for the rest of his life. Former naval gunner John Dennett, 95, lied about his age to join the forces in March 1942, aged just 17, before serving in Normandy during the D-Day landings. Serving in North Africa, Sicily and Anzio, there were times when the retired bricklayer worried he would never make it home but now sees himself as one of the lucky ones. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM-VETERAN_POPPY_SELLER-14/1911011414/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416
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    D-DAY VETERAN STILL POUNDS PAVEMENTS SELLING POPPIES AGED 95
    01/11/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. Pictured: John Dennett, 95, meets members of the public whilst selling poppies in Liverpool city centre. A D-Day veteran believed to be one of the UK's oldest poppy sellers is still pounding the pavements aged 95 - and has vowed to keep manning his stall for the rest of his life. Former naval gunner John Dennett, 95, lied about his age to join the forces in March 1942, aged just 17, before serving in Normandy during the D-Day landings. Serving in North Africa, Sicily and Anzio, there were times when the retired bricklayer worried he would never make it home but now sees himself as one of the lucky ones. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_MPM-VETERAN_POPPY_SELLER-14/1911011414/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416

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  • PAMPERED MUM AND DAUGHTER
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    PAMPERED MUM AND DAUGHTER 01/11/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY Dilantha Dissanayake / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Valentina Berrige, 15 months, Birmingham, West Mids. Pic Taken 29/10/2019) - After a long week of studying at school and working, the Skidmore family feel there is no better way to unwind than a pamper session. Mum-of-four, Hannah Skidmore, 33, treats her daughters to a weekly trip to the beauty salon where they get facials, manicures, pedicures and bouncy blow-drys. Business owner Hannah believes it is important to teach her daughters Tia, 17, Brooke, nine and Valentina, 15 months, to work hard but always make time for themselves from a young age. Her youngest tot isn't old enough for the full shebang but has been soaking her feet in pedicure spa from nine months old. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_PAMPERED_MUM_AND_DAUGHTER_04/1911011411/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416
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    PAMPERED MUM AND DAUGHTER
    01/11/2019
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    PIC BY Dilantha Dissanayake / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED: Valentina Berrige, 15 months, Birmingham, West Mids. Pic Taken 29/10/2019) - After a long week of studying at school and working, the Skidmore family feel there is no better way to unwind than a pamper session. Mum-of-four, Hannah Skidmore, 33, treats her daughters to a weekly trip to the beauty salon where they get facials, manicures, pedicures and bouncy blow-drys. Business owner Hannah believes it is important to teach her daughters Tia, 17, Brooke, nine and Valentina, 15 months, to work hard but always make time for themselves from a young age. Her youngest tot isn't old enough for the full shebang but has been soaking her feet in pedicure spa from nine months old. - SEE CATERS COPY - Dilantha Dissanayake//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS_PAMPERED_MUM_AND_DAUGHTER_04/1911011411/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1911011416

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  • MINI EINSTEIN
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    MINI EINSTEIN 31/10/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Miniature Einstein.) An artist who creates the world’s smallest art has created an Einstein sculpture that fits inside the head of a needle. The amazing microscopic sculpture has been modernised, wearing a three-piece suit and casually leans against the needle with one-of-a kind detail. To further the detail that the artist tries to best with every new piece he creates, the glasses Einstein is wearing are a separate piece made to fit onto Einstein’s face, as well as a belt buckle on his waist. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111285/1910311154/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1910311157
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    MINI EINSTEIN
    31/10/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Miniature Einstein.) An artist who creates the world’s smallest art has created an Einstein sculpture that fits inside the head of a needle. The amazing microscopic sculpture has been modernised, wearing a three-piece suit and casually leans against the needle with one-of-a kind detail. To further the detail that the artist tries to best with every new piece he creates, the glasses Einstein is wearing are a separate piece made to fit onto Einstein’s face, as well as a belt buckle on his waist. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111285/1910311154/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1910311157

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  • GARDEN SHRUB TRANSFORMED INTO THE COOKIE MONSTER
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    GARDEN SHRUB TRANSFORMED INTO THE COOKIE MONSTER 31/10/2019 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED the shrub outisde Lisa Boll's house before it was transformed into the cookie monster) A Halloween enthusiast has gone viral after she decorated the shrub in front of her house as the Cookie Monster for the spooky season. Lisa Boll, 53, spent an entire day turning the bush in front of her doorway in York, Pennsylvania, into the renowned Sesame Street character, the Cookie Monster. Having decorated her garden every Halloween, Lisa decided that this year would not be an exception and chose to style it on the Cookie Monster to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Sesame Street. The landscape piece, which cost Lisa under $100 to create, has become the centre of attention in her neighbourhood - both by children and by fans online. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111283/1910311154/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1910311157
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    GARDEN SHRUB TRANSFORMED INTO THE COOKIE MONSTER
    31/10/2019
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED the shrub outisde Lisa Boll's house before it was transformed into the cookie monster) A Halloween enthusiast has gone viral after she decorated the shrub in front of her house as the Cookie Monster for the spooky season. Lisa Boll, 53, spent an entire day turning the bush in front of her doorway in York, Pennsylvania, into the renowned Sesame Street character, the Cookie Monster. Having decorated her garden every Halloween, Lisa decided that this year would not be an exception and chose to style it on the Cookie Monster to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Sesame Street. The landscape piece, which cost Lisa under $100 to create, has become the centre of attention in her neighbourhood - both by children and by fans online. SEE CATERS COPY//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111283/1910311154/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1910311157

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  • GUY CREATES REALISTIC AND GORY SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE-UP
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    GUY CREATES REALISTIC AND GORY SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE-UP 31/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY DAVID HARRIS/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED David Harriss special effects makeup.) A talented special effects make-up artist creates pictures perfect faces for Halloween, by crafting bloody and gory masterpieces from out of his bedroom. David Harris works as a dancer at a holiday park, but his true passion and talent is for gory, stomach-churning special effects make-up. Working out of his bedroom in Nottingham, the 25-year-old crafts a variety of disgusting scenarios, from carving open his own leg with a knife and fork, to having a can shoved into his face. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111290/1910311155/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157
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    GUY CREATES REALISTIC AND GORY SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE-UP
    31/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY DAVID HARRIS/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED David Harriss special effects makeup.) A talented special effects make-up artist creates pictures perfect faces for Halloween, by crafting bloody and gory masterpieces from out of his bedroom. David Harris works as a dancer at a holiday park, but his true passion and talent is for gory, stomach-churning special effects make-up. Working out of his bedroom in Nottingham, the 25-year-old crafts a variety of disgusting scenarios, from carving open his own leg with a knife and fork, to having a can shoved into his face. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111290/1910311155/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157

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  • 'MISCHIEF NIGHT' YOBS CAUSE £70,000 WORTH OF DAMAGE TO BUILDING SITE IN NIGHT OF CARNAGE
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    'MISCHIEF NIGHT' YOBS CAUSE £70,000 WORTH OF DAMAGE TO BUILDING SITE IN NIGHT OF CARNAGE 31/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. 31/10/19. Pictured: Damage to a building in Garston Liverpool, this morning (thurs) 'Mischief night' yobs have caused £70,000 worth of damage to a building site meant for assisted living apartments over a night of carnage. The destructive tradition, which takes place across Merseyside on October 30, sees teenage vandals light fires, cause damage to vehicles and homes and throw eggs at cars and pedestrians - with dozens of crimes reportedly flagged to police already this year. Building boss Craig McKibbin, managing director of Kingsmen Construction, was called out to the site in Garston, Liverpool, last night [WEDS] after gangs of youngsters smashed windows and set wheelie bins on fire - causing an estimated up to £70,000 of damage. The houses are being built in partnership with Liverpool City Council and Liverpool Housing Trust, and were set to consist of 12 self-contained apartments for people with disabilities. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111316/1910311156/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157
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    'MISCHIEF NIGHT' YOBS CAUSE £70,000 WORTH OF DAMAGE TO BUILDING SITE IN NIGHT OF CARNAGE
    31/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    MERCURY PRESS. Liverpool, UK. 31/10/19. Pictured: Damage to a building in Garston Liverpool, this morning (thurs) 'Mischief night' yobs have caused £70,000 worth of damage to a building site meant for assisted living apartments over a night of carnage. The destructive tradition, which takes place across Merseyside on October 30, sees teenage vandals light fires, cause damage to vehicles and homes and throw eggs at cars and pedestrians - with dozens of crimes reportedly flagged to police already this year. Building boss Craig McKibbin, managing director of Kingsmen Construction, was called out to the site in Garston, Liverpool, last night [WEDS] after gangs of youngsters smashed windows and set wheelie bins on fire - causing an estimated up to £70,000 of damage. The houses are being built in partnership with Liverpool City Council and Liverpool Housing Trust, and were set to consist of 12 self-contained apartments for people with disabilities. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press & Media//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111316/1910311156/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157

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  • BABY BAMBI GIRAFFE
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    BABY BAMBI GIRAFFE 31/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY AYESHA CANTOR / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED giraffe gives birth in South Africa) A new-born giraffe has been captured imitating Bambi as he attempted to take his first steps. Ayesha Cantor, 52, from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, took the pictures earlier this month, as she rushed to the mum giraffe, as soon as she realised she was in labour. Ayesha is the co-owner of Kragga Kamma Game Park - a small animal reserve Ð and enjoys capturing wildlife first hand. She said: ÒOne of our guides spotted the giraffe in labour while he was out guiding guests and knew I wouldnÕt want to miss it. SEE CATERS COPY - AYESHA CANTOR / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111270/1910311152/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157
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    BABY BAMBI GIRAFFE
    31/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY AYESHA CANTOR / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED giraffe gives birth in South Africa) A new-born giraffe has been captured imitating Bambi as he attempted to take his first steps. Ayesha Cantor, 52, from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, took the pictures earlier this month, as she rushed to the mum giraffe, as soon as she realised she was in labour. Ayesha is the co-owner of Kragga Kamma Game Park - a small animal reserve Ð and enjoys capturing wildlife first hand. She said: ÒOne of our guides spotted the giraffe in labour while he was out guiding guests and knew I wouldnÕt want to miss it. SEE CATERS COPY - AYESHA CANTOR / CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters0111270/1910311152/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910311157

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  • BORIS JOHNSON PUMPKIN
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    BORIS JOHNSON PUMPKIN 30/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA Pics from Mercury Press - (PICTURED: David Finkle with his Boris Johnson pumpkin which he carved today (29/10/19.)) - A creative dad has transformed a pumpkin into an incredible likeness of Boris Johnson Ð to mark how much of a Ôhorror showÕ the drawn-out Brexit process has become. David Finkle, 40, from Chelmsford, Essex, has been turning root vegetables into Halloween art as a hobby for 12 years, and has previously carved famous faces including David Cameron, Lord Alan Sugar, Dame Maggie Smith, Jeremy Clarkson and Craig Revel-Horwood. Honing his skills over the last decade, October has become the busiest time of year for the dad-of-two turned professional pumpkin artist, who sells his spooky sculptures for up to £1,000. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110227/1910301318/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301320
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    BORIS JOHNSON PUMPKIN
    30/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    Pics from Mercury Press - (PICTURED: David Finkle with his Boris Johnson pumpkin which he carved today (29/10/19.)) - A creative dad has transformed a pumpkin into an incredible likeness of Boris Johnson Ð to mark how much of a Ôhorror showÕ the drawn-out Brexit process has become. David Finkle, 40, from Chelmsford, Essex, has been turning root vegetables into Halloween art as a hobby for 12 years, and has previously carved famous faces including David Cameron, Lord Alan Sugar, Dame Maggie Smith, Jeremy Clarkson and Craig Revel-Horwood. Honing his skills over the last decade, October has become the busiest time of year for the dad-of-two turned professional pumpkin artist, who sells his spooky sculptures for up to £1,000. SEE MERCURY COPY - Mercury Press//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110227/1910301318/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301320

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  • HALLOWEEN DISPLAYS
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    HALLOWEEN DISPLAYS 30/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA SHAWN SINGER/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED House Lights.) A set of AMAZING Halloween displays shows why the US and Canada will always best us at celebrating the spookiest day of the year. The different Halloween displays, that have been grabbed from all over the US and Canada go one step further than the rest with featuring some of the ghostliest decorationÕs money can buy. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110234/1910301319/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301320
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    HALLOWEEN DISPLAYS
    30/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    SHAWN SINGER/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED House Lights.) A set of AMAZING Halloween displays shows why the US and Canada will always best us at celebrating the spookiest day of the year. The different Halloween displays, that have been grabbed from all over the US and Canada go one step further than the rest with featuring some of the ghostliest decorationÕs money can buy. SEE CATERS COPY. - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110234/1910301319/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301320

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  • KIDS AMAZING BOXING PRACTICE
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    KIDS AMAZING BOXING PRACTICE
    30/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY CATERS NEWS (PICTURED Nikita Kasyanov practices his boxing skills) An amazing nine-year-old showed off his incredible hand speed and agility during intense boxing exercises. Little Nikita Kasyanov might look slight, but he hides a stinging secret only revealed when he is throwing punches for training. Whether its using his lightning fast reflexes to duck and dodge a swinging bar while jabbing at the air or landing laser-like hooks on a tennis ball attached to his head, Nikitas punches are inch perfect. Nikita, from Moscow, Russia, is so driven to reach his dream of being world champion one day, that he trains five days a week. SEE CATERS COPY - Caters News Agency//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110217/1910301317/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301320

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  • Spooky halloween cakes
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    Spooky halloween cakes 30/10/2019 CATERS/SIPA PIC BY @conjurerskitchen / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED anatomical venus) A talented baker has made some dead spooky cakes that will leave you terrified this Halloween. Annabel de Vetten-Peterson, 48, has been making her ghoulish creations that look like body parts and skeletons ever since she baked her own wedding cake in 2009. Amazed by the reactions of friends to her home-made, magic themed cake she decided to start creating them full-time. Each cake takes hours to make as Annabel hand crafts each and every detail of flesh and bone using marzipan, sugar icing, fondant and food colouring. SEE CATERS COPY - @conjurerskitchen /CATERS NEWS, CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110162/1910301310/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301314
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    Spooky halloween cakes
    30/10/2019
    CATERS/SIPA
    PIC BY @conjurerskitchen / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED anatomical venus) A talented baker has made some dead spooky cakes that will leave you terrified this Halloween. Annabel de Vetten-Peterson, 48, has been making her ghoulish creations that look like body parts and skeletons ever since she baked her own wedding cake in 2009. Amazed by the reactions of friends to her home-made, magic themed cake she decided to start creating them full-time. Each cake takes hours to make as Annabel hand crafts each and every detail of flesh and bone using marzipan, sugar icing, fondant and food colouring. SEE CATERS COPY - @conjurerskitchen /CATERS NEWS, CATERS NEWS//CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS0110162/1910301310/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1910301314

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  • The Ocean Cleanup
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    The Ocean Cleanup 29/10/2019 Utrecht, Robin/action pre/SIPA The Ocean Cleanup presents new technology, Rotterdam, Netherlands - 26 Oct 2019 Dutch Founder Boyan Slat of The Ocean Cleanup during the presentation in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 26 October 2019, of the new technology for the expansion of the cleaning campaign. The new machine, the Interceptor, floats on rivers to sweep up the floating waste. 26 Oct 2019 handout picture //ACTIONPRESS_action_30361791/1910291402/Credit:Utrecht, Robin/action pre/SIPA/1910291404
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    The Ocean Cleanup
    29/10/2019
    Utrecht, Robin/action pre/SIPA
    The Ocean Cleanup presents new technology, Rotterdam, Netherlands - 26 Oct 2019 Dutch Founder Boyan Slat of The Ocean Cleanup during the presentation in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 26 October 2019, of the new technology for the expansion of the cleaning campaign. The new machine, the Interceptor, floats on rivers to sweep up the floating waste. 26 Oct 2019 handout picture //ACTIONPRESS_action_30361791/1910291402/Credit:Utrecht, Robin/action pre/SIPA/1910291404

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