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Pet Royalty: this company creates awesome portraits of your pets

If you’re looking to have a little fun with your beloved pet during lockdown, look no further than Crown & Paw - a company who will bestow the ultimate accolade upon your furry companion. Crown & Paw is a fun-loving custom pet goods brand dedicated to helping pet owners express their love, adoration, and sometimes even their obsessiveness, with their pets by „turning them into a Renaissance masterpiece”. You simply upload a picture of your cat, dog, horse etc - and a talented team of artists will do the rest! The portraits themselves are not painted from scratch however, its designers simply combine the portrait of your pet with the chosen costume digitally and apply various effects to make it look as genuine as an animal lord portrait can look!

Urban explorer photographs abandoned church over eight years ð documenting its dramatic decay

***EXCLUSIVE*** An urban explorer has documented an abandoned church over EIGHT years as it falls further and further into dilapidation. The series of photographs starting in 2012, show the inside of church that initially looks functionable. But by 2020, nature and time has reeked total havoc on the small chapel. Dave from Freaktography.com, an urban explorer has been photographing the church in a rural part of Ontario, Canada.

Louis Vuitton debuts made-to-order le babyfoot foosball table for almost $100.000 dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** Louis Vuitton has released its first babyfoot table, which is French for „football table”. Better known as a foosball table, the product incorporates a number of the house's signature design elements, recalling the history of Louis Vuitton from 1896 to present day. Priced from 75,500 Dollars up to $93,000 Dollars.

Remarkable friendship between two war heroes from opposite sides of the world is pieced together 75 years after they were both killed

***EXCLUSIVE*** A remarkable friendship between two war heroes from opposite sides of the world has been pieced together 75 years after they were killed together on active service - thanks to the discovery of a rare Bible. The book belonged to Flight Sergeant Morgan Swap, a wireless operator with the New Zealand Air Force during the Second World War. It was discovered by Alison Round, 54, whose uncle, Sergeant Edward Finch, was a friend of Swap's in the RAF’s 153 Squadron during the war. They died together on a bombing raid just weeks before the end of the war in 1945.

Watch the adorable moment a little girl enjoys a trip around a safari park from the safety of her own living room thanks to her dad's new projector

***EXCLUSIVE*** Little Daisy Nolan, 2, had the surprise of her life when she entered her living room in Manchester to find her very own Range Rover, complete with personalised 'D4ISY N' nameplate. Her loving dad, parts supervisor Matthew, 28, had spent hours on 28 April making his lucky girl her own car out of a big box, some spray paint and a glue gun. Desperate to take her new vehicle for a spin, Daisy was over the moon when her dad revealed a special safari trip just for her in their living room on 30 April.

A stylish urban eBike for $2,710 dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** Moncler’s progressive project's collaboration with MATE is now available for pre-order. Centered around a personal expression at the summit of fashion and tech innovations, the collaboration resulted in a limited edition eBike series. Designed for both urban riding and mountain exploration, the Moncler Genius x MATE X features a space-grade aluminum frame paired with a performance-tuned 250W or 1000W motor. Price starts at $2,709 Dollars.

Rare forged £50 banknote made by the Nazis as part of a failed secret plot to destabilise the British economy during WWII goes up for auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare forged banknote created by the Nazis as part of a secret plan to destabilise the British economy during WW2 is being sold at auction. The £50 note, bearing the date June 15, 1933, was made as part of Operation Bernhard - a zany scheme thought up by German leader Adolf Hitler. The plot was launched in the 1940s and a designated unit soon successfully duplicated the rag paper used for cash in Britain. Teams made up of concentration camp prisoners produced near-identical engraving blocks and worked out an algorithm to copy the serial codes.

Beer was here! New method for analysing remains of cereal grains on ancient artefacts confirms that Neolithic humans were brewing beer in central Europe 6,000 years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** Neolithic humans may have been brewing beer in central Europe 6,000 years ago, according to scientists who have developed a new method to analyse grains. Austrian researchers claim to have discovered the first evidence of European production of malt-based drinks, including beer, from grains dating back to around 4,000 BC. The team say the thinning of a tiny layer of tissue inside the grain – known as the aleurone – is an indicator of beer's crucial malting process. Ancient grain remains previously taken from five locations in Egypt, Germany and Switzerland also have this distinctive breakdown of the grain cell wall. Researchers reproduced the malting processes and subsequent charring of the resulting products under lab conditions to simulate their preservation.

Porsche of espresso machines is a pricy tribute to the 993

***EXCLUSIVE*** Crafters of „mechanical art” Super Veloce, have just released a new innovative engine-themed espresso machine. This time around, the Italian manufacturer takes inspiration from Porsche's iconic 993 air-cooled flat-six engine. Unlike its previous iteration of the boxer engine, this „RS Black” version sees a completely blacked-out makeover with surgical-grade stainless steel (anticorodal 6082 T6 and 7075 alloy), titanium, and carbon fiber. Price: 10,200 Euros.

Swarovski Star Wars kit for 760 Dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** This impressive set by Swarovski is a must-have for every serious Star Wars fan. Luke Skywalker stands ready for battle in 411 crystal facets, holding his bright blue lightsaber aloft. The X-Wing Starfighter piloted by Luke and his rebel comrades is depicted in marvelous detail, 744 facets of crystal recreating the famous spacecraft faithfully. The dark side of the Force is represented by the imposing Death Star ornament, suspended from a black satin ribbon, that depicts every iconic detail of the ominous battle station in 329 facets.

Mystery of WWII landing craft tank that vanished 77 years ago with 14 crew on board is finally solved after marine scientists discover wreck off North Welsh coast

***EXCLUSIVE*** An unexpected discovery by scientists has revealed what happened to a World War II vessel mysteriously lost at sea off the coast of Britain more than 70 years ago. Researchers investigating a known shipwreck off Bardsey Island off the coast of north Wales discovered it was actually a Second World War landing craft previously thought to have been lost off the Isle of Man. The discovery ends a 77-year mystery about the fate of the landing craft, which was travelling as part of a flotilla from Scotland to Devon in February 1943. The vessel disappeared with the loss of 14 crew members, and at the time the Admiralty listed the cause of the sinking as due to bad weather or a collision with a mine off the Isle of Man. But new research puts the wreck over 100 miles away off Bardsey Island, and the latest evidence suggests it may have been nothing more than a tragic marine accident.

Owlets find comfort as they cuddle up to a toy owl

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pair of owlets find comfort as they cuddle up to a toy owl at Liberty's Owl, Raptor & Reptile Centre in Ringwood, Hants. The tawny owls are 14 & 16 days old and hatched during lockdown meaning they are yet to be seen by the public and will likely have fledged before the doors to the centre reopen again.

MOSAiC Arctic Expedition 2020

Arctic Sea, Arctic: MOSAiC is the largest polar expedition in history: in September 2019, the German research icebreaker Polarstern has set sail from Tromso, Norway, to spend a year drifting through the Arctic Ocean, trapped in ice. The goal of the MOSAiC expedition is to take the closest look ever at the Arctic as the epicenter of global warming and to gain fundamental insights that are key to better understand global climate change. Hundreds of researchers from 20 countries are involved in this exceptional endeavor. Following in the footsteps of Fridtjof Nansen's ground-breaking expedition with his wooden sailing ship Fram in 1893-1896, the MOSAiC expedition will bring a modern research icebreaker close to the north pole for a full year including for the first time in polar winter. The data gathered will be used by scientists around the globe to take climate research to a completely new level.

Little duckling leaps to catch a fly

***EXCLUSIVE*** A tiny duckling leaps into the air trying to catch a fly. The little two week old mallard chicks play in the water while trying to catch the insects. The adorable animals were photographed by amateur photographer John Scamell in a small stream near the Fleming Arm pub in Southampton, Hants.

Polar bear mother leads her cubs through ice fields

***EXCLUSIVE*** A polar bear leads her cubs in a search for food across a baron arctic landscape. The image was captured from a helicopter by amateur photographer Nina Waffemschmidt, 34. Nina said, "They are able to hunt on the frozen Hundson Bay when the ice returns. I think they were either looking for a breathing hole or heading for the open sea to hunt seals." "We were in the air for about an hour, and it was an mindblowing experience to see a mother with two of her cubs"

Pink lake in Spain

***EXCLUSIVE*** A flourescent pink lake dominates the landscape around the small town of Torrevieja in Spain. The striking environment was captured by photographer Henry Do from Las Vegas, Nevada. Henry said : "The unusual pink color of the lake is caused by pigments of the Halobacterium bacteria and a micro-algae called Dunaliella Salina, and both somehow manage to live and thrive in very salty environments." "The water has been pink for many years and will continue to be for a long time since it does not have an outlet to the ocean."