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Boy, 3, becomes youngest climber to reach 11,000ft alpine peak

***EXCLUSIVE*** A toddler and his seven-year-old sister have smashed records to become the youngest mountain climbers to scale a massive 10,000ft peak and were given a reward - of Haribo. Freya Houlding, seven, and three-year-old Jackson were literally following in their professional climber father's footsteps as he led them up Piz Badile on the border of Switzerland and Italy. Dad Leo Houlding, 40, spends his working life climbing some of the most dangerous and most remote mountains on earth, and his wife, 41-year-old Jessica, a GP, is an avid climber too. And now Freya has become the youngest person to climb the mountain unaided, and Jackson the youngest person to get to the top - 153 years to the day since the peak was first climbed. Jackon says he enjoyed his climb - and the sweets he got as a well done.

Dogs trained to sniff out Covid-19 with 94 per cent success

Hanover, Germany: Dogs can discriminate between samples from SARS-CoV-2 infected humans and control samples. A research team led by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo), in cooperation with the Bundeswehr, the Hannover Medical School and the University Medical-Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, today published a study in the journal BMC Infectious Diseases on dogs that can sniff out people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The dogs only needed to be trained for one week to differentiate between samples from SARS-CoV-2 infected patients and non-infected controls. This method could be employed in public areas such as airports, sport events, borders or other mass gatherings as an addition to laboratory testing, helping to prevent further spreading of the virus or outbreaks.

First koala Joey’s born since catastrophic bush fires impacted the species

Australia: Nine koala joeys have been born in Australia, the first since the catastrophic bushfires devastated the country at the end of 2019 and into early 2020. The Australian Reptile Park announced the healthy koala joeys were born as part of their conservation breeding program. Staff are thrilled as this represents another successful breeding season for the Central Coast wildlife sanctuary. Not only do the numbers contribute to the Australian Reptile Park’s koala conservation breeding program, but it holds a great significance to keepers who have been striving to ensure the koalas are reproducing and increasing numbers at a crucial time where every joey born matters. Among the new koala joeys is „Ember”, the name Ember was chosen as it represents the spark of hope after his birth since the horrendous fires that ravaged through Australia and decimated the wild koala population.

Cheeky squirrels spotted peering from chimney

London, United Kingdom: These hilarious pictures show a trio of squirrels who have made a London chimney their home. Homeowner John Selby captured the cheeky critters peering from the stack in the leafy suburb of Willesden Green. At one point an optical illusion made involving the head of one squirrel and the tail of the other made it look like the world’s longest squirrel was inhabiting the chimney. He explains: „Three of the little critters decided to make this vacant chimney stack their home. Perhaps they thought this was a perfect place to self-isolate? The three were spotted on several occasions chasing each other's tails and they were certainly having a lot of fun darting in and out of the chimney pot. Perhaps it was a game of heads or tails or perhaps they were just helping out by using their bushy tails to sweep the soot away?”

LEGO and National Trust launch hunt for UK's Ultimate Young Explorer

The LEGO Group UK and Ireland and National Trust have teamed up to launch their first ever Young Explorer competition, inspiring kids across the UK to get creative in the outdoors this summer. To coincide with National Play Day (5th August) and National Trust’s Play Week (running from the 3rd - 10th of August), budding explorers aged 12-and-under are being encouraged this summer to create the most imaginative and adventurous nature scenes - using LEGO Bricks, LEGO Minifigures and the great outdoors - to be in with a chance of winning the coveted prize. Once the scene is created, parents can submit their kid’s creative scenes on Facebook, along with a caption explaining the creative story behind the image, using the hashtag #LEGOYoungExplorer.