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Woman born without a womb who feared she'd 'never be loved' set to marry

***EXCLUSIVE*** Melissa Christopher, 31, was „heartbroken” when she was diagnosed with a rare disorder that means her reproductive organs are missing. Her ovaries, albeit severely underdeveloped, do produce eggs but because she has no uterus Melissa’s reproductive system is incomplete and she can’t have kids. Even IVF is out of the question for Melissa, a store manager from Liverpool, who has told how the condition makes her feel like she’s „not a real woman”. When she was delivered the gut-wrenching news by doctors, aged 18, Melissa admits to wondering if she would ever get married or find love. Melissa was in a relationship at the time of her diagnosis with MRKH, which affects one in 5,000 women, but they broke up four years later. Despite feeling „unloved” after the break-up Melissa did find love again, aged 26, and will marry partner David Snape, 29, later this year.

A life-sized polar bear sculpture perched on top on an ancient ridge

***EXCLUSIVE*** Andrew Fusek-Peters, 54, captured the poignant images at Stiperstones National Nature Reserve in the picturesque Shropshire Hills.  They show a 10ft 6ins (3.2m) tall model of an adult male polar bear - named Clarion - against a backdrop of rolling countryside as the sun sets behind the Nipstone rocks.  Clarion was created by the artist Bamber Hawes, who previously created a 13ft high Trojan Horse for an Extinction Rebellion rally in London last October.  He plans to carry his latest artwork from his home in Shropshire to Glasgow ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November.  Clarion is made from thin bamboo poles, willow withies and heavy duty tissue paper with exterior PVA glue bonding and sealing all together.  It will take two people to carry the model 300 miles to Scotland which Bamber says he is doing to raise awareness of the global impact.

Jungle Bubble: sleep a few feet away from elephants

Thailand: A resort is offering guests the chance to sleep in a bubble, feet away from roaming elephants. In a world first, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort is giving guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend the night observing Thailand’s majestic elephants in their natural habitat while staying in unique transparent Jungle Bubbles. Unfolding across 160 acres of Northern Thailand’s ancient jungle, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort is perched on a hill overlooking the Mekong and Ruak rivers. The secluded location is exclusively positioned to take in majestic three country views over the confluence of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar, and grazing elephants in the most stunning of natural settings below. Located in the jungle, the two Jungle Bubbles are perched on raised wooden decks offering uninterrupted views of the elephants, as well as stargazing at night. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort is world famous for its elephant camp that, along with the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation.

Two sisters with a four year age gap can open each other’s iPhone using face recognition - despite looking completely different

***EXCLUSIVE*** Care workers Hanife Berisha and Eva Krasniqi might be sisters but are but the pair are far from identical. Yet despite clear differences in their appearance 30-year-old Hanife and her younger sister Eva, 26, are able to unlock each other’s phones by just glancing at the screen. The pair, from Orpington, London, have found a glitch in Apple’s usually water-tight Face ID technology that allows users to open their iPhone’s by looking at the camera.

'Funny-looking' husky finally adopted

New Jersey, United States: An unwanted, „funny-looking” Siberian husky has finally been adopted. Jubilee, a 4-year-old female, had been housed at Husky House in New Jersey for some time. The shelter posted a listing explaining: „I came from a „breeder” who couldn’t sell me because he said I was „weird” looking. Huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don’t know why I don’t look like them. I wish I was beautiful so someone would want me to be their dog. I like other dogs, but I don’t like cats. I love people, but I’m a little shy because people mostly laugh at the way I look. Doesn’t anyone want a funny looking husky? I wish I had a family of my own who could love me even though I’m not pretty.” Thankfully, an online plea for adoption resulted in success. The shelter reported: „Thanks to everyone who shared Jubilee’s story. She has found her forever home with previous Husky House adopters and joins her new fur-siblings in a wonderful new life!”

World's best images showing friendships from around the world

***EXCLUSIVE*** This heartwarming set of photos show 50 of the world's best images showing friendships from around the world. More than 16,000 photographers conveyed what friendship meant to them through their camera lens by capturing amazing shots. The photos were entered into Agora's competition called The World's Best Photos of #Friends2020 in a bid to bag the $1,000 prize money.

A leopard takes a cheeky cat nap up a tree in Botswana after hunting all day

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the moment a leopard was snapped having a cat nap up a tree after an exhausting day of hunting. The striking snap was taken by wildlife photographer Paul Mahagi, 38, in Botswana, South Africa.  He caught the snap after watching the wildcat hunt for food last July. The photograph shows the leopard playing on a branch with its arms dangling either side as it sleeps in the African sun. Photographer Paul said: "At that time we saw only one Leopard in the tree. "It's difficult enough to find a leopard in the bushes and sometimes I go days without seeing any. "So it really was quite something to see one having a doze up a tree. "Despite it being high up it looked quite comfortable."When we left it was still fast asleep so it must have had a tiring day. "It's the first time I've seen a leopard take a nap that high up." Paul can be found on Instagram @paultje_nl, where he has more than 29,000 followers.