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A Spanish kayaker rescued a stray dog when travelling through Italy.

***EXCLUSIVE*** Spanish kayaker Sergi Basoli has paddled around Italy, France, Malta, Spain and Portugal on an incredible 8,000 mile trip - accompanied by seven-year-old Nirvana, a street dog he rescued from Alghero, Sardinia, Italy. For the past two years, Basoli and Nirvana have kayaked the warm waters and explored more than 5,000 kilometers. The inseparable duo spends every night camping on beaches—a new beach every night. Depending on the weather conditions, Basoli paddles anywhere between 10-30 km per day.

A couple who lost their holiday photos after dropping their camera to the bottom of the ocean have been reunited with their sentimental snaps almost TWO years later

***EXCLUSIVE*** Cassie Woods and her husband Simon never thought they would see pictures of their holiday in the Dominican Republic after their kayak rolled and their Go Pro disappeared into the Caribbean Sea in April 2018. However, after spending 18 months underwater in September 2019, the camera was picked up by a snorkeler who vowed to hunt down its owners.Having given up on ever finding the missing photos, Cassie, 34, was „completely shocked” to find her holiday snaps posted on a lost and found Facebook group in March this year. Eagle-eyed snorkeler Ryan Friday-Swann, 36, had shared the pictures online hoping someone might recognise the couple and help him to reunite them with their memories. She said: „I couldn’t believe it. A friend sent me the link to the post with our photos and I saw the messages when we were in the middle of work and I thought, that can’t be true. It is just amazing.”

YouTuber reveals recipe using just three ingredients that takes less than FIVE minutes to create

***EXCLUSIVE*** MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA: WOMAN shares simple hack to make your own HAND SANITISER in under FIVE MINUTES. On March 11, 2020, golf travel YouTuber, Stephanie Gibri (27) from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, filmed a Do-It-Yourself YouTube video on how to make your own hand sanitiser after she struggled to find one after they were all out of stock at the supermarkets. Since the coronavirus outbreak, frantic shoppers have gone on a wild spree of buying products in bulk including toilet roll and hand sanitiser due to its value in this environment. On her video, Stephanie explains the simple formula which can solve this problem. Ingredients include aloe vera gel, 60 per cent (preferably) rubbing alcohol, a container to put it in and essential oil which is optional depending on whether you’d like to add a scent. She has since had over 3,800 views and the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.

Unlikely pals: Orangutan family befriends otter crew in adorable zoo photos

Brugelette, Belgium: An unlikely friendship has formed at the Pairi Daiza Zoo in Brugelette, Belgium between a family of Orangutans and visiting otters. The orangutans and otters first met when the staff at in Brugelette ran the otters’ river through the orangutans’ enclosure In the photos, an adult orangutan looks on at a group of otters. In the others, a baby orangutan reaches out to one, curious about its new friend. “The photos are not fake,” the zoo writes in a Facebook post. “[They] live in perfect harmony, and this co-existence is a wonderful enrichment for both species.” Don’t let the otters’ size, compared to their bigger friends, fool you, the zoo writes.

'Oldest human genetic material' ever found reveals a 'sister group' to modern people, Neanderthals and Denisovans that lived 800,000 years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** The oldest ever human genetic evidence has helped shed fresh light on a key point in evolutionary history. Scientists extracted genetic data from an 800,000-year-old tooth belonging to a member of the Homo antecessor species. They were able to reach back in time by double the previous record thanks to a state-of-the-art molecular sequencing method. Researchers in Denmark are now "confident" that Homo antecessors were a „sister group” to the last common relatives of modern humans, cooling a long-standing debate among scientists.

Jackals locked in what looks like a fierce fight but is actually nothing more than a play fight between brothers

***EXCLUSIVE*** These brilliant images show two boisterous jackals up on their hind legs play-fighting with one and other. The rambunctious canines can be seen bearing their teeth as they grapple for superiority. Wildlife photographer Steve Roos captured the shots at the Zimanga game reserve in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. Steve, 71, was located in a hide less than 100ft from the wild animals.

Colourful Yellowstone National Park from above

***EXCLUSIVE*** These stunning images from a helicopter showcase the mesmerising colours and contrasting textures of the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA. The beautiful colours on display come from bacteria that thrive in hot water, with the colours ‘popping’ more in summer with the warmer days. Shooting from a plane he had chartered for the occasion, photographer Gerald Macua, 4 said “ I love the vibrant colours and also the size of the hot spring compared to humans, which you can see walking around on the wooden paths. Amazing nature thriving in a very harsh environment’.

Trio of 2-month-old cubs playing aroud with mum watching over

***EXCLUSIVE*** Three two-month-old lion cubs play together happily - biting tails and jumping on top of one another. The close-knit siblings run around under the watchful gaze of their mother who sits in a tree nearby. The unique images were captured in the Ndutu Conservation Area, near to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Amateur photographer and management consultant Nina Waffenschmidt, who took the photos, said: "I love the interaction and the tender way they play."

Boy, 5, begs brother for 'old man' haircut - and parents can't stop laughing

***EXCLUSIVE*** Cheeky George Moore grabbed a pair of clippers belonging to his dad Kevin Moore, 38, after finding them on charge upstairs. He then asked his brother Harry, seven, to shave a big bald spot on the top of his head - leaving him and his sibling giggling hysterically. The sound of laughter alerted flooring company owner Kevin who walked in on the pair and discovered the mischief. George told his dad that he wanted an 'old man' haircut and eager to please his son, Kevin, of Slade Green, South East London.

Holding by a thread: Libya ceasefire falters

New clashes between the battling sides in Libya are threatening to tip the now six yearĘconflict into a dangerous new phase of fighting just as the country anticipates the spread of coronavirus. The two sides in a conflict that has raged since 2014 briefly agreed last weekend to a humanitarian truce, but within 24 hours fighting resumed at an even more intense pace. The battle for Tripoli has become one of the planet's most internationalized wars with different countries arming either side of the fight. General Haftar is helped by the UAE or United Arab Emirates and also backed by Egypt and France. His fighters include Russian, Sudanese and Syrian mercenaries. Meanwhile the GNA, which is recognized by the UN as Libya's official government, receives military support from Turkey. Both sides seem to believe that with international actors distracted by the coronavirus pandemic now is the right moment to try to take decisive steps in the civil war. The upsurge in fighting, probably the worst since the current phase of the civil war began, came as the first coronavirus case was revealed in the country and led to yet another UN security council call for both sides to end the fighting. Jens Laerke, the spokesman of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) stated recently ''In Libya, the UN fears that a possible outbreak would overwhelm the already stretched humanitarian aid capacity,'' he stressed. He said the UN is supporting authorities in the country for COVID-19 preparedness and response efforts.

The eerie atmostphere of London during the coronavirus lockdown is captured on camera by a key worker during his daily commute

***EXCLUSIVE*** The British capital has never looked so empty as the nation largely observes the government order to stay at home where possible. Some of the famous locations in the historic city are completely devoid of their usual hustle and bustle.

Shepherd herds buffaloes

***EXCLUSIVE*** A farmer rears up on his horse as he herds huge buffalo through a cool lake. After watching the animals graze on the plains during the day, the farmer leads them through the water on their way home to allow them to clean and cool down. The stunning image was captured in Sindelhöyük village in the district of Devel Kayseri in Turkey.