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A crazy couple are attempting to play every mini-golf course in Britain - and have already teed-off in nearly 1,000

***EXCLUSIVE***  Richard and Emily Gottfried have spent the last 14 years trawling the country to play crazy golf.  They are attempting to visit every single mini golf course have just recorded their 945th visit.  The pair embarked on their epic journey in 2006 after playing a treasure island-themed round and unexpectedly falling in love with the game.  Since then the couple have spent day after day at traditional holiday destinations such as Skegness, Hastings, Blackpool and Weston-super-Mare - chasing the unlikely record.  Marketing consultant Richard, 39, and 38-year-old Emily, who works in sales, have even taken part in a number of competitive crazy golf tournaments over the years.   Despite on average visiting more than one course a week the dynamic duo still have 250 stops to go before staking a claim as the first people to visit every venue in the country.

This is the incredible moment that a hungry skydiver had Pizza delivered, TWO THOUSAND FEET IN THE AIR!

***EXCLUSIVE*** McKenna Knipe, 24 who is known for her high altitude ‚Äėfood reviews‚Äô was filmed in January 2020 during her 300th jump at Skydive City, Tampa, Florida. The footage shows fellow skydiver Brain Stempin perching himself atop Mckennas parachute before producing a Dominos pizza and delivering it to Mckenna during the duo‚Äôs freefall. McKenna from South Florida said: ‚ÄúYes so this jump took place at Skydive City on my birthday, January 14, 2020. It was my 300th jump, along with my first CRW jump. CRW  stands for canopy relative work.. it is considered one of the most dangerous disciplines in skydiving.‚ÄĚ

This is the moment that shows a mighty Jaguar taking down another predator for it’s lunch

***EXCLUSIVE*** The encounter took place on the banks of the Cuiaba river in Pantanal National Park, Brazil. The stealthy Jaguar sneaks up on an unsuspecting caiman before pouncing on it’s prey.  The cat can be seen dragging the struggling caiman out of the water and onto the riverbank before biting down on the reptiles neck appearing to STRANGLE it’s prey.  Professional wildlife photographer Gudkov Andrey captured the moment on film.