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Man credits his incredible 21st weight loss on beating Covid-19 and finding love

***EXCLUSIVE*** A man who shed an incredible 21st has credited his dramatic weight loss with beating coronavirus - and finding love. Phil Kayes, 47, had been warned by doctors that his size was putting such a strain on his health he would be lucky to reach the age of 40. He weighed 37st 2½lbs at his biggest - but has now managed to cut to an impressive 15st 6lbs in just three years. Phil said he was spurred into action after his mum was diagnosed with terminal cancer - deciding he wanted to be as healthy as he could from that point on.

Jupiter's moon Europa 'could be home to alien life', NASA study claims

***EXCLUSIVE*** A vast ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa contains all the ingredients for life, according to new research. Aliens really could be living under its surface - just like in space thriller Europa Report, say scientists. The frozen world 400 million miles from Earth is one of the largest satellites in the solar system. More like a planet, it has an oxygen-rich atmosphere. Its sea lies beneath an 11 mile thick crust of ice - and goes the whole way round. Lead author Dr Mohit Melwani Daswani, a geochemist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said: "We believe this ocean could be quite habitable for life."

LEGO launches Ducati Panigale V4 bike has built from 15.000 bricks

***EXCLUSIVE*** Following the release of LEGO Technic’s miniature Ducati Panigale V4, the toy manufacturer's design team has now released a life-size, 1:1 scale version of the Italian superbike. The Ducati Panigale V4 was stripped of all its original fairings and panels, and was rebuilt using more than 15,000 LEGO bricks. It is also fully functional, meaning that you could „technically” ride the LEGO Ducati using all of its 217 HP and 82 lb-ft. of torque, which is derived from the 998 cc Desmosedici Stradale R engine. LEGO Technic artist Riccardo Zangelmi spent more than 400 hours placing the bricks by hand.

Moorhens reflected perfectly in water

***EXCLUSIVE*** A family of moorhens feeding on fish are perfectly reflected in the water. The chicks, with their vivid red and yellow beaks, reach for the small pieces of fish caught by their mother. The amazing pictures were captured by amateur photographer Ali Abdulraheem at a pond in Bourne, Lincolnshire.

Worker makes bamboo boat

***EXCLUSIVE*** A worker lines the inside of an intricately woven bamboo basket with oil at a workshop in Chi Thanh, Vietnam where they make boats in the traditional way. The moment was captured by photographer Pham Quoc Hung, showing a worker during the process of making a basket boat, a traditional form of boat native to Vietnam. Mr Hung said “The workers over the course of a few weeks will cut the bamboo, dry it, interweave it and then smear the oil over it. The oil comes from a large tree called dipterocarpus retusus. This will protect it and make it water resistant”. “The boats sell for anywhere between £30-160 GBP”.

What's up doc - hare eats grass

***EXCLUSIVE*** This brown hare bears a striking resemblance to Bugs Bunny as he chews on a fresh grass root as he roams farmland in Milton Keynes, north-west of London. The Loony Tunes moment was caught by amateur photographer Lee Wilcocks. The wild brown hare is seen with his ears tucked back and a grass root draping from his mouth as he goes about the farmland in search for his supper. Mr Willcocks said “I was watching this hare for 20 minted as he was chomping on free grass roots. He had no idea I was there”. “He definitely looks like Bugs Bunny, and interestingly whilst it’s unclear as to whether Bugs Bunny is a rabbit or hare, when he first came to screens in the 1940’s he was called a wild hare”.