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Couple's surprise as 'micro pig' they were sold turns out to be 28-stone porker

***EXCLUSIVE*** Nigel Graham's pet pig Grace was supposed to be an alternative to a cat or a dog but has just kept growing.  Mr Graham, 57, said: „I got Grace as my wife, Sam, is allergic to cats and dogs. She was meant to remain small but she’s just kept on growing and growing. I built her an outdoor hutch - Graceland - but she’s only spent two nights there ever as she likes to be warm and dry.  She lives as a house pig, spending her time either on the sofa or sleeping on her bed in the kitchen, keeping warm in front of the radiator.”

An entire village has been recreated out of cake to raise funds for the community

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lynn Nolan spent three months building Eyam using 65 different cakes, baked by residents of the Derbyshire village.  She then hand-decorated the buildings, including local landmarks such as the pub, church, shops and people's homes.  It's not the first time Mrs Nolan has made entire settlements out of confectionary - she previously baked her home village of Youlgreave and recreated a miniature Bethlehem.

The Vatican launches wearable eRosary smart device

The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network has announced the „Click To Pray eRosary”, which „as its name suggests” is a smart rosary that pursues a clear purpose: to pray for peace in the world. The Click To Pray eRosary is an interactive, smart and app-driven device that serves as a tool for learning how to pray the rosary. It can be worn as a bracelet and is activated by making the sign of the cross. It is synchronised with a free app of the same name, which allows to access to an audio guide, exclusive images and personalised content about the praying of the Rosary. A spokesperson says: Aimed at the peripheral frontiers of the digital world where the young people dwell, the Click To Pray eRosary serves as a technology-based pedagogy to teach the young how to pray the Rosary, how to pray it for peace, how to contemplate the Gospel. Therefore, this project brings together the best of the Church’s spiritual tradition and the latest advances of the technological world. Physically, the device consists of ten consecutive black agate and hematite rosary beads, and of a smart cross which stores all the technological data connected to the app. When activated, the user has the possibility to choose either to pray the standard rosary, a contemplative Rosary and different kinds of thematic rosaries that will be updated every year. Once the prayer begins, the smart rosary shows the user’s progression throughout the different mysteries and keeps track of each rosary completed. Many users will be thrilled to know that this smart rosary belongs to the same family as Click To Pray, the official prayer app of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network.

Grandma sheds 55lbs by learning to use an iPhone to plan her diet and workouts - and is now so ripped she can hip thrust her own bodyweight

***EXCLUSIVE*** COBOURG, ONTARIO, CANADA: This seventy-three-year-old pensioner lost FOUR STONE after her daughter taught her to use an IPHONE to help her lose weight – and now she’s MEDICATION FREE and adorned with compliments from YOUNGER MEN, which she admits she LOVES. Fitness fanatic, Joan MacDonald (73) from Ontario, Canada, who is retired, struggled with her weight throughout her life, despite being active. After using food as a way to escape a difficult time in her marriage, her weight would increase until it reached a peak 14st 3Ib and UK size 18. She was on various medications to help with her health including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and acid reflux. These health problems, along with progressive arthritis, caused Joan’s daughter, Michelle (48), to tell her to join her annual transformation programme following her growing concerns. Through this programme she started in January 2017, Joan began working out at the gym four times a week and completely turned her diet around. With the help of her daughter and son-in-law who coached her, Joan’s weight reduced to a healthy 10st 1Ib and UK size 12 in just a year. To help keep herself accountable throughout her journey, Michelle set up an Instagram account for Joan where she posted regular updates on her fitness journey. This then prompted compliments from many people including younger men who have been impressed with her physique. She is no longer on any medications as her health has vastly improved since she lost the weight and she is able to hip thrust over 90kg which is equivalent to her previous weight.

The house in Oxford where J.R.R Tolkien lived from 1930 to 1947 and is believed to have written his 1937 novel The Hobbit - up for sale for a staggering £4.5 million

***EXCLUSIVE*** J.R.R. Tolkien's very own Hobbit hole is up for sale - as his former home where he wrote the famous book has hit the market for £4.5million. The author lived at the six-bedroom home with his family from 1930 until 1947. Tolkein is believed to have written his 1937 breakthrough novel, The Hobbit, in the drawing room of the large, detached house, and also began working on Lord Of The Rings there. The house, in Northmoor Road in Oxford, Oxon., is adorned with a blue plaque which states "J.R.R. Tolkein, Author of Lord Of The Rings, Lived here 1930-1947."

A young woman has trekked the Great Wall of China to thank the surgeons who removed her jaw after it was destroyed by an aggressive tumour

***EXCLUSIVE*** Samantha Levy, 30, hiked the famous landmark for seven hours a day, seven days straight. Her feat of endurance is all the more remarkable because she has a hole in her hip after bone was taken from there to rebuild her face - meaning she had to learn to walk again less than two years ago. She raised over £4,000 for Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital - where she was treated by an „amazing team” of surgeons.

Red squirrels fly through the air superman-style

***EXCLUSIVE*** The bushy-tailed animal stretched out its paws as it leapt 5ft across tree branches to grab nuts. The rodent was one of a handful of squirrels daring enough to make the jump from the trees to reach the feast. Amateur photographer Gary Bruce has been getting up close to the squirrels which roam within woodland in the Scottish Highlands.

Trio of otters having a chat on the riverbank

***EXCLUSIVE*** The trio of playful mammals take a break from splashing in the waters as they stretch out on the grass at Wildpark Schorfheide, Germany. Ina Wolfis Blickwinkel was about 10 metres from the otters when she captured the snaps during a special trip to the park - an hour's drive from capital city Berlin. The mother-of-one, who lives near Berlin, drove to the park early to catch a glimpse of the European otters, which are strong swimmers and hunt in wetlands, rivers and along the coast.

Near death snake horror

***EXCLUSIVE*** KERALA, INDIA: Shocking video footage shows the terrifying moment a HUGE PYTHON wrapped itself around a man’s NECK as onlookers rushed to save his life. Heart-stopping clips show a python wrapping itself around the neck of labourer, Bhuvanachandran Nair (58) in Kerala, India. Bhuvanachandran had been hired to clear the bushes at a college and whilst doing so he noticed a snake in the grounds, accompanied by his co-workers, Bhuvanachandran tried to catch it so they could remove it from the area but the python escaped their grip, crawling up Bhuvanachandran, coiling around his neck and choking him. In the dramatic scenes, co-workers rushed to his side and after a struggle managed to peel the beast from Bhuvanachandran’s neck, before putting the snake in a sack and handing it over to forest officials who released it deep into the forest. The incident took place on October 15, 2019, and Bhuvanachandran was treated with first aid at the scene.

Chicks sing for their supper

***EXCLUSIVE*** These little tern chicks look as if they are singing for their supper as they wait excitedly for their parent to return to them with food. The chicks were photographed on West Dennis Beach in Cape Cod, Massachusetts USA, by freelance photographer, Sarah Devlin. Explaining what was happening Sarah said: "Terns are able to distinguish the call of their parents among other terns in the colony. These chicks were keeping warm under one parent when they heard the call of the other parent coming in with food. They both jumped out from under the adult tern and began jumping about flapping their wings and looking to the sky with excitement!" Sarah added: “To me these images represent pure joy and innocence. These chicks are a reminder to find delight in life’s simple pleasures."