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Meet the three mini farmers who are helping their 86-year-old grandfather keep Britain fed during lockdown - by mucking in and running the farm

***EXCLUSIVE*** Alec Burrough may be an octogenarian but can be seen riding his tractor every day as he carries out his farming duties - just as he has done daily for the past 71 years. He proudly runs Peradon Farm in Cullompton, Devon - a 260 acre farmland with 120 organic cows, 15 chickens, three ducks, two geese and one beloved dog called Shadow. Just as he did as a child during WW2, he's continued to work the farm, despite being classed „extremely vulnerable” by the UK government due to a lung condition.

A super great-great gran has beaten off seven deadly illnesses in her lifetime - this time being clapped out of hospital when she recovered from coronavirus at 100

***EXCLUSIVE*** Rose Heeley is still fighting fit after overcoming Scarlett fever, measles, whooping cough, diphtheria, flu, two heart attacks and now Covid-19 in her long life. Her five-generation family, which includes 11 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and seven great-great grandchildren, were overjoyed when she was given the all-clear following 18 days in hospital. Rose’s granddaughter, Tracey Appleyard, 49, said: „She is delighted to be back home. She’s our little boomerang, she never fails to come back with a vengeance.”

A photographer has taken the world's clearest pictures of the moon's craters - by combining its phases into one amazing picture

***EXCLUSIVE*** Normally lighting means only a few can be seen but astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy stacked thousands of pictures together over moon phases to show it off in all its glory. Posting to Instagram, Californian-based Mr McCarthy described the snap, titled All Terminator, as an 'impossible scene.'

A fossil remains of a ‘new’ 400-million-year-old plant have been discovered

***EXCLUSIVE*** The new species, from the Early Devonian period - millions of years before the dinosaurs roamed Earth, likely belongs to an unusual extinct group of plants called the herbaceous barinophytes. It lived during one of the most important periods for the evolution of land plants when small mosses developed into towering complex forests. The plant produced a spectrum of spore sizes - responsible for reproduction - and the revelation helps experts better understand plant evolution.