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Meet world's best travelled baby after mum and dad split parental leave and use it to travel globe

***EXCLUSIVE*** Samantha Farr, 31, and husband Jonathan, 37, decided they were going to embark on their adventure when pregnant with George, now one. The teachers started planning just two weeks after he arrived in January 2019 and saved up, before splitting Samantha's maternity leave. Alongside older kids Archie, seven, and Teddy, three, they embarked on a three-month backpacking trip across eight countries and through twelve cities. They walked parts of the Great Wall of China and paddled over the Great Barrier Reef, surfed the Gold Coast and roamed the deserts of Dubai. They abandoned hopes of any sort of newborn routine, dealing with the sleepless nights in 19 different places, from hotels and tents to camper vans and hotels, rather than their home in Louth, Lincolnshire. Now back in the UK, the adventurous family are already missing the freedom and would urge others to follow in their footsteps next year.

Video grab of the incredible moment base jumper skis off the side of a mountain and onto a frozen lake

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the heart stopping moment that a base jumper takes a leap of faith and skis off an Icy mountain. Extreme sports fanatic and ex-royal marine Tim Howell filmed the exciting video on January 7th 2020. It shows him hurtling down the icy slope before taking a leap of faith before parasailing across the sky and finally landing on a frozen lake in Oeschinen Kandersteg, Switzerland. Tim, 28 from Martock in Somerset said: ‚We set out to jump from this well photographed cliff. In the summer it is a very popular area for hiking and swimming.‚ ‚In the winter the frozen lake is used for ice fishing and ice hockey, so new knew it would be thick enough to land on.‚ ‚We finally found a part of the cliff that was steep enough and big enough. Landing on the lake was a really odd experience, we skated back to shore over big cracks in the ice.‚

First ever played Beatles record is leading a £75,000 sale of music memorabilia by a radio DJ

***EXCLUSIVE*** The first ever played Beatles record is leading a £75,000 sale of music memorabilia by a veteran radio DJ. Tony Prince worked for Radio Luxembourg which was the first to give air time to the Fab Four. On the evening of October 5, 1962, the pirate radio station broadcast the 7in single. It was the first time the people of the UK got to hear the ground-breaking music of The Beatles.

A dog walker who found her Labradors were constantly picking up discarded rubbish has inspired thousands of people around the world to combat plastic pollution

***EXCLUSIVE*** Marion Montgomery, 54, and her Labradors Paddy, aged three years, and Ted, aged seven months, have become dedicated litter pickers in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire. Primary school teacher Marion was signed off work sick for a year after contracting shingles in 2018, but as part of her recovery her GP encouraged her to keep walking her dogs. Her old dog, Murphy, had a habit of picking up plastic bottles, and Marion began to collect them to put in the recycling.

These incredible images capture a group of three cheetahs play fighting with one another

***EXCLUSIVE*** These are the adorable shots that show a group of cheetahs play fighting with one another. Piling on one of the females who appears to ROARING with laughter as she appears to be ‘tickled’. These exciting shots were captured by Hamman Prinsloo who was on safari in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The 19-year-old medical student from Rustenburg, South Africa said: “We witnessed this incredible event on a recent photo safari to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. We found a lone cheetah female in the Nossob Riverbed resting under a tree.”

This incredible photo shows the moment a fork of lightning strikes the world's tallest building - after the photographer spent seven YEARS trying to get the perfect shot

***EXCLUSIVE*** For seven long years, photographer Zohaib Anjum has spent whole nights camping out with his camera when the rains come to Dubai, UAE, hoping to capture the "bolt from the blue" lightning photo. And on Friday night, Zohaib's long-awaited dream finally came true - when he caught on camera an amazing fork of lightning striking the top of Dubai's Burj Khalifa.

These stunning close up images of insects showing the most intricate details were taken by a budding wildlife photographer - using just his phone

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sasi Kumar hoped the stunning images would give people a glimpse into the usually hidden world of creepy crawlies around fields in Vellore, India. One striking image appears to show a soldier ant sucking from a tiny water droplet which is clinging to a plant. Another shows an ant dwarfed by the body of a dead spider which it is incredibly holding up above its tiny frame. The 20-year-old university student and amateur photographer managed to take the pictures by using only his OnePlus 6t and Redmi Note 3 mobile phones.