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A new mum who had her leg ripped off by a truck says the horrific experience has actually helped her to look on the bright side of life

***EXCLUSIVE*** Amelie Chouinard, 29, was taking a rest on the side of a highway in Canada when a truck hit her, tearing off her left leg just below the knee and breaking her left arm in 15 places. The mum-of-one‚Äôs body was so badly mangled that medics compared her to a bomb victim. Amelie, of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, said: ‚ÄúWhen the truck hit me, it chopped my leg off right away. ‚ÄúThe doctor said it looked like I had stepped on a bomb.‚ÄĚ Amelie, mother of Milo, nine months, was riding her motorbike on Highway 897, 20 minutes outside Cold Lake, Alberta, on May 30 when she pulled over to the side of the road to rest at around 7pm. She said: ‚ÄúI have been biking for over five years. It was my passion.‚ÄúI was resting on the side of the road when I got hit by the truck. ‚ÄúMy leg was gone from the moment I got hit.‚ÄĚ Amelie, a supply technician in the military, was thrown into a ditch from where she called her partner, Tyler Hrycyk, 25, who was driving nearby with baby Milo. ‚ÄúI didn‚Äôt want to think about my missing leg, I was trying to stay awake,‚ÄĚ said Amelie.

A married dad-of-two keeps the world's biggest Burmese python measuring a whopping 18ft - in his three-bed terraced home

***EXCLUSIVE*** Marcus Hobbs houses the 18-foot snake in a vivarium in his property in Tewkesbury, Glos alongside his wife and young kids - and thinks it could be the biggest in the world.  The 110kg reptile eats rabbits, stillborn deer, calves, goats and pigs supplied by local farmers and produces a poo once a month large enough to fill a bin bag.  His spouse, Amy, has come to terms with being second best to the serpent although still gripes about the space it takes up in their home.  The pet costs thousands of pounds to keep and could be lethal if mishandled, squeezing a human to death in minutes and swallowing them whole.  But Marcus is confident Hexxie will never strike - although doesn't get her out when the his boys, aged four and one, are around.

The world's oldest meat-eating dinosaur has been unearthed in southern Brazil

***EXCLUSIVE*** Named Gnathovorax cabreirai, it lived 230 million years ago when South America was still part of the supercontinent called Pangea. The skeleton is virtually intact - including razor-sharp teeth and claws that would have made it a ferocious 'killing machine'. Its name means "ravenous jaws!" Scientists were even able to reconstruct its brain - showing it had good eyesight and co-ordination. This would have made it an 'apex predator' at the top of the food chain, said co-author Dr Rodrigo Muller. The remarkable discovery sheds light on the evolution of T Rex. Gnathovorax was about ten feet in length and weighed up to half a ton. It's the first known carnivorous dinosaur - beating the previous record by more than 30 million years. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for most of Mesozoic Era - between about 250 to 65 million years ago. Most of the 'super predators' like Tyrannosaurus rex and Allosaurus lived tens of millions of years later during the Jurassic and Cretaceous.

Personal trainer reveals she was 'thin shamed' by friends after losing 126lbs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the woman who went from NINETEEN to NINE STONE in TWO YEARS but admits that her BEST FRIENDS weren’t happy about it and told her she still ‘WASN’T PERFECT’ – so she ditched them and became a PERSONAL TRAINER. Personal trainer and class instructor, Nicole Caperilla (31) from Connecticut, USA, had always been overweight since childhood. She would make bad food choices often tucking into greasy pizzas, fatty burgers and carbohydrate rich junk foods which ultimately lead to her weighing 19st and squeezing her way into a UK dress size 24. Even though she was struggling emotionally, mentally and physically being overweight Nicole continued eating this way blindly until she jumped onto the scales in January 2017 and was disappointed she had let herself go. To help her lose weight, in June 2017 Nicole had weight loss surgery known as vertical sleeve gastrectomy (VSG) which removes a large part of the stomach, restricting the quantities a person can eat. Within just two weeks of her surgery, Nicole started working out by hitting the weights and the pavement walking and changed her old eating habits. Nicole started eating a lot of protein rich foods such as lean meats like chicken, ground turkey and fish. In a day she now eats oatmeal for breakfast, then lunch would be sweet potatoes with vegetables, and for dinner she would have a source of protein, complex carbs and vegetables and fruit or protein to fill any hunger gaps. She also started working out five to six days a week focussing on weight training and cardio. By June 2018 Nicole had managed to drop to 10st having lost 9st and now slips into a UK dress size eight and has maintained her weight since losing most of it in the first year.

Awe-inspiring aerial images show a 100ft drawing of Edward Scissorhands - drawn on a beach just hours before it was washed away by the sea

***EXCLUSIVE*** Retired GP Claire Eeason, 55, filmed the spectacular artwork which was etched on Beadnell Bay in Northumberland.  The stunning drawing took four hours to create using garden rakes and lasted for just a matter of hours before the tide came in.  Claire collaborated with Tim Burton fan Sefton Thornton-Lewis, 36, after they got chatting on the beach in the summer.  The pair decided to draw the iconic Edward Scissorhands portrait from the 1991 movie together on Saturday (9/11) which Claire agreed to film on her DJI Mavic-Air drone.  Claire, 55, from Worksop, Notts., said: ‚Sefton took a real interest in what I was doing on the beach when I was constructing another artwork.‚

Stolen Buddha heads seized by the Met Police in 2002 have finally been returned to Afghanistan after 17 years - having been unable to return them sooner due to the conflict in the country

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ancient stolen Buddha heads once thought to have transported drugs have been returned back to Afghanistan after 17 years.  Met officers seized the artefacts in September 2002 when two wooden crates entered Heathrow Airport from Peshawar, Pakistan.  Customs officers intercepted the crates and suspected Buddha sculpture and nine Buddha heads contained drugs. When no drugs were found, the ancient religious items dated between the fourth and sixth century were seized by the Met‚Äôs Art and Antiques unit.