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From woman, to man, to alien

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, SEATTLE, USA: A 33-year-old who identifies as a genderless alien, claims their chronic condition is proof they shouldn’t have been born in a human body. Jareth Nebula Argentum, 33, was born biologically a girl, before coming out as transgender male age 29. But after having tops surgery, Jareth now identifies as neither male or female gender - and instead say they want to be an alien.

Art student spent hours teaching pony to paint for her final project

***EXCLUSIVE*** Elodie Poncin, 18, is studying a foundation diploma in arts and design at Oxford Brookes University, and wanted her last exhibition to stand out from the crowd. The horse lover came up with the idea of having a pony paint her work for her - but first needed to find and train one. Determined Elodie spent hours training the stubborn Welsh cross pony to first hold a sponge, then a brush, and then paint pictures on a canvas.

Mother-of-two says she has a better body in her 40s than she did in her 20s after giving up junk food and hitting the gym

***EXCLUSIVE*** INDIANAPOLIS, USA: This forty-year-old mum-of-two says comfort eating and a hectic schedule made her HEAVIER THAN WHEN SHE WAS PREGNANT but has since turned this around and achieved the body of a TWENTY-YEAR-OLD by following a gruelling diet and hitting the gym FOUR TIMES A WEEK - and she claims anyone in their forties can do the same IF THEY PUT THE WORK IN. Registered nurse Shannon Collins (40) from Indianapolis, USA, was working busy shifts and with her and her husband, Chris (41) owning a pizza restaurant, Shannon’s diet was fuelled by fatty food and sweets. When she was younger, Shannon had never worried about her weight because she’d been able to eat whatever she liked. After having her daughters, Charlotte (12) and Ruby (10), Shannon didn’t lose her pregnancy weight, but instead found herself gaining weight. The stress of her job, being a mother and owning a business allowed Shannon to let go of herself. Shannon would comfort herself with food, but by 2015 she weighed 11st 6lb, which, for her 5ft 4in frame, was 2st 9lb heavier than her weight when she was nine months pregnant. This was a turning point for Shannon, so her new year’s resolution for 2016 was to get in shape and take care of her body by paying attention to what she ate. At first, Shannon tried to follow a low carb diet but didn’t track anything or measure her diet through numbers and targets. Shannon ate mostly food which was high in protein and vegetables, while cutting out pasta, bread, crisps and sweets. Within three months, Shannon lost seven pounds and a colleague complemented her on the weight loss. However, her diet wasn’t sustainable, and Shannon found herself snacking and craving sweets regularly. By 2018, her diet was almost non-existent once again. In August 2018, after realising she needed a change, Shannon read about macro counting on Instagram and decided to try it herself. Despite her initial fears of counting macros, Shannon now weighs 9st 4lb and has gone from a UK size 12 to a size 6, and feels the best she has ever felt, despite being a mother-of-two at 40.  Shannon wants to show others that they can achieve their perfect body at any age, as she says that a 40-year-old can look 20 again.

A woman who named her son Psalm almost THREE YEARS AGO is chuckling at Kim Kardashian for attempting to trademark the baby name

***EXCLUSIVE*** „I was the originator” - said Isabel Garza, 29, from Edinburg, Texas, USA, who officially named her baby son Psalm on Sept 4, 2016, according to the birth certificate. The latest Kardashian child was born into a family worth an estimated $600 million but trailblazing Isabel is a diligent single single mom, who works as a manager in Wendy’s and has also just qualified as a Certified Nursing Assistant. „I don’t need to keep up with the Kardashians, they need to keep up with me” - she said.

A photographer has captured amazing pictures of dinosaur skeletons almost bringing them back to life as they tower over him

***EXCLUSIVE*** Christian Voigt, of Munich, Germany re-animated these giant creatures from the Mesozoic era through the lens of his camera. The Mesozoic Era is the age of the dinosaurs and lasted almost 180 million years from approximately 250 to 65 million years ago.

A woman who has told how she was left "looking like Quasimodo" after she suffered an extreme reaction to the sun - causing her face to swell so much she went blind

***EXCLUSIVE*** Bethany Mason, 21, used carrot oil while on holiday in Turkey and hoped she'd be left with a healthy glow. But the waitress didn't realise it didn't contain SPF - the measure of sunscreen protection from UVB rays - and suffered sun poisoning. Sun poisoning is an extreme sunburn which happens when someone is exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun for too long.

Newly discovered black and white images show the guitar playing, kids cavorting, people watching crowds of Central Park in 1959

***EXCLUSIVE*** NEW YORK: Unearthed vintage shots of Central Park sixty years ago prove that people watching has always been a popular pastime. A smiling bespectacled man with a cat on his shoulder, children engaging in a bit of rough and tumble, and a smartly dressed office worker who has clearly been burning the candle at both ends. These are the subjects of just some of the nostalgia-inducing pics which were snapped in 1959 and were recently uncovered in the TopFoto photographic archive in Edenbridge, Kent, as part of their ongoing conservation and digitisation programme.