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Meet the eight-year-old who is trying to raise $1 million to help save our oceans and beaches - by the time he is eighteen

***EXCLUSIVE*** Miles Fetherston-Resch, 8, from St. Petersburg, Florida became passionate about marine life after learning that sharks were under threat. He continued to read more about shark finning, bycatch, and overfishing - which inspired him to take action. He created Kids Saving Oceans - an organisation raising awareness about the issues facing the planet and to help educate children his age.

A teenage David Attenborough superfan is making £60,000 a year selling weird and rare insects - from his parents' home

***EXCLUSIVE*** Cameron Reardon, 19, stocks more than a hundred different species at one time - and is attracting buyers from across Europe. The budding entrepreneur has always had a passion for insects and grew up watching legendary broadcaster Attenborough's shows. He began importing insects while studying at college but soon realised he had found a gap in the market.

Friendly-faced robots are being used to tackle COVID-19 in hospitals across the US

***EXCLUSIVE*** In Dallas, Texas a socially intelligent, AI-driven robot named Moxi has become an invaluable aide to human healthcare workers during the pandemic. Moxi is capable of delivering PPE, COVID-19 tests, lab specimens and can even keep inventory. "Normally, tasks like this could potentially pull a nurse away from patient care for ten minutes as they run to the supply closet or the lab” said Josh Kemph, COO of the Medical City Heart Hospital & Medical City Spine Hospital. „Giving this time back to the care team to be at the patient’s bedside is the ultimate goal.” According to healthcare professionals at Medical City Heart Hospital Moxi has become instrumental in helping remove routine tasks off the plate of their nurses.

A little boy who could only eat Dairylea sandwiches has been cured thanks to being hypnotised

***EXCLUSIVE*** Zachary Twigger (10), has a bizarre psychological condition meaning he refused to eat anything other than cheese-based snacks.  Mum Becky ended up spending her money on Dairylea cheese and never cooked Zachary a hot dinner in his life.  But after contacting hypnotherapist David Kilmurry who hypnotised Zachary, the youngster has now tucked into his first ever cooked meal.

A British family are in race against time to find a lifesaving donor for a baby with a 'one in a million' disease - after they have exhausted the worldwide register

***EXCLUSIVE*** Doctors have searched the entire worldwide database of bone marrow donors to find a match for Reign Miller-Hardy. The 11-month-old was rushed to hospital with a high temperature, and initially medics thought he had an ear infection or Covid-19. But within a three days he was diagnosed with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis - a condition where his immune system attacks healthy tissues and organs.

Bullet-shaped plane offering private flight at commercial prices completes test flights

California, United States: This eye-catching, bullet-shaped plane is being described as the „most fuel-efficient commercially viable passenger aircraft in the world” following test flights. The full-scale prototype of Otto Aviation’s Celera 500L has completed 31 successful test flights that validate its operating performance goals. California-based Otto Aviation say they currently hold seven patents, further contributing to the credibility and potential of the aircraft. Otto announced 26 August they believe the aircraft offers the ability to travel privately at costs comparable to commercial airline tickets. The company say: „We believe the Celera 500L is the biggest thing to happen to both the aviation and travel industries in 50 years. Beyond using our aircraft for passenger travel, it can also be used for cargo operations and military applications. Since the results from our prototype test flights have been so promising, we’re ready to bring the Celera 500L to market.” The aircraft has a maximum cruise speed of 450 miles per hour, a range of over 4,500 miles, a large stand-up cabin and an astounding fuel economy of only 18 to 25 miles per gallon.

An astrophotographer has revealed the stunning pictures of space he takes - from his back garden

***EXCLUSIVE*** Russell Discombe, 32, has always loved taking photos of the cosmos but was able to devote himself to it during lockdown. The university lecturer turned his attention to the sky - and said he is over the moon with the results. Russell, from Cirencester, Glos., bought a star tracker and telescope to locate the "deep sky" objects - some up to 50 million light-years away.

Coast guard opens fire on shark swimming near 40 crew members

Pacific Ocean: Petty Officer 1st Class Samuel Cintron, a maritime enforcement specialist aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Kimball , fires on a 6-8' shark that surfaced and swam toward Kimball crewmembers in the water while the cutter was deployed to Oceania, August 21, 2020. ..Cintron was standing shark watch during the cutter's swim call when the shark surfaced and got close to the nearly 40 crewmembers swimming, fortunately everyone safely cleared the water, and the shark appeared uninjured as it swam away.

A bloodstained telegram and 155-year-old lock of President Abraham Lincoln’s hair are estimated to sell for over $75,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** Bidders can find the two-inch lock of hair for sale at RR Auction’s Remarkable Rarities sale until September 12. The hair was removed during Lincoln‚Äôs postmortem exam and given to his wife’s cousin, who mounted it to an official War Department manuscript telegram he had received, according to reps at the auction house. "When you are dealing with samples of Lincoln's hair, provenance is everything”‚ and in this case, we know that this came from a family member who was at the President's bedside," said a rep. for RR Auction. In 1937, oil executive Otto Eisenschiml alleged that Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton masterminded Lincoln's assassination and that he took steps to disrupt military communications during it.

Hadn’t The Froggiest: scientists match unusual tadpoles to threatened horned frogs

London, United Kingdom: Scientists at international conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London), Indo-Myanmar Conservation, The Australian Museum and Hoang Lien National Park have identified the tadpoles of six species of Asian horned frogs found in Vietnam’s mountain forests. This research helps solve one of the trickiest zoological puzzles: which tadpoles become which adult frogs. It is relatively simple in the UK where there are just four native species of frogs and toads, but in Vietnam there are more than 270. „Frogs and their tadpoles look nothing like each other but it’s important to know which tadpole becomes which frog” says lead author Benjamin Tapley, ZSL’s Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians. „It helps us detect the presence of a species, especially as adult frogs can be seasonally active and difficult to find, and allows us to identify which places might be important frog breeding sites that need protection”. Researchers collected geographical data, took photos and morphological measurements of tadpoles, and compared their DNA to samples from adults of known frog species.