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Giant 53st bear abandoned as a cub becomes unlikely star after landing top job as a MODEL

***EXCLUSIVE*** MOSCOW, RUSSIA: Meet the real life BEAR abandoned by his mum and raised by humans who now has a flourishing career modelling alongside adults and children. In one image, a woman in a full-length fairy-tale dress held hands with the 750-pound bear as she leant in for a kiss. In another, the bear wrapped its hands around a lollipop offered to him by one of his fellow models. Photographer, Mila Zhdanova (40) from Moscow, Russia, met Stepan the 28-year-old bear through her friendship with the bear’s owners, Svetlana and Yuri Pantileenko. Stepan, who is a brown bear, has lived with humans his whole life after his mother abandoned him as a cub. Inspired by Stepan’s friendliness around humans, Mila set out to create a series of fantasy-inspired scenes featuring Stepan posing alongside models in traditional Russian dress. The shoot was done across several months in Moscow, Russia, as Stepan only works for half an hour at a time. The brown bear has become a widely used symbol in Russia. Most recently, it can be seen emblazoned on the logo of the United Russia political party which has maintained prominence since the early 2000s.

Woman who was branded ‘hysterical’ actually had a second womb on the verge of exploding with four years’ of period blood

***EXCLUSIVE*** RUGBY, UK: This woman was branded „hysterical” by medics after extreme pain was dismissed as CONSTIPATION – but it was actually caused by a SECOND WOMB where foour years’ worth of period blood had built up and was on the verge of exploding. When student, Madeleine Janes (21) from Rugby, UK, started to experience excruciating stomach pains that kept her up all night in August 2015, understandably concerned, she went to her GP to investigate. No tests were carried out and Madeleine was told she was constipated and was prescribed Buscopan - a medication used to relieve stomach cramps - and sent on her way. Madeleine’s symptoms persisted and started to affect her daily life and pain relief medication didn’t relieve the pain. She started to sleep in the living room at home so that the television could keep her company during the restless nights. The pain was so intense that Madeleine went back to her GP and even to A&E several times and was turned away with her symptoms instantly dismissed as constipation on each occasion. One nurse labelled her „hysterical” and told Madeleine’s parents, „you know how worked up young girls get”. The constant dismissal of her symptoms left Madeleine feeling like she was losing her mind but she knew that something was wrong. With medical professionals providing little support, she decided to take matters into her own hands by removing gluten from her diet in case she was coeliac – which didn’t work. After weeks of pain, Madeleine went on holiday to Devon with her family for her mum Jane’s 50th birthday at the end of August. After the first day, the pain was too much to bear and Madeleine went to the local hospital where to her surprise, she was finally taken seriously. Madeleine was immediately hooked up to an IV for pain relief, had blood tests, and was moved to intensive care to be monitored closely. Madeleine was even given gas and air for her pain and the nurses and doctors all commented that she looked like a woman in labour.

This $27million Zoom birthday bash the world’s most expensive socially distanced party?

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Lebanese heiress threw an extravagant worldwide virtual shindig for her 40th birthday with luxury gift boxes, diamond bracelets for guests, gourmet food and even dropped an astounding $77k to fumigate each property hosting her guests. Celebrity artist Debbie Wingham masterminded the global soiree last night [October 7] for the birthday girl, who has asked to remain anonymous, with the final bill coming to an incredible $26.9million. Wingham, 38, designed a diamond and pearl-encrusted cape for her client to wear for the special occasion. The garment was hand-stitched and included more than 1000 pearls and over 4000 diamonds with the eye watering price tag of $25.9million. Wingham enlisted Gary McQueen, a digital artist and the nephew of the late Alexander McQueen, to help her design the cape coat and the pair used augmented reality (AR) to do fittings during lockdown. The special technology meant the client could walk all the way around her outfit and view the fabric close up without traveling during the pandemic.

A five-acre private island just an hour and a half from Chicago could be the perfect place to socially distance and it's on the market for just $225,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The picturesque island on the banks of the Rock River is 100ft across the water from the city of Oregon, Illinois - far more than the recommended 6ft distance people are advised to keep. It boasts two fully furnished cabins overlooking the water as well as a 36-ft dock with bench and ladder. The main cabin has two bedrooms, sliding barn doors and a wall of windows filling the home with light. The home comes equipped for all quarantine needs with a washer and dryer, an oversized eat-in kitchen, a new bathroom and pine doors, walls and ceilings to add to the rustic feel of the island getaway. The second cabin is dry, meaning it has no plumbing, but could work as a guest house or a place for children. Brenda Thompson, the agent advertising the unique property at specialfinds.com, said the property would be perfect for those wanting to flee the anticipated second wave.

Boom Supersonic unveil first independently developed supersonic aircraft

Denver, United States: Boom Supersonic, the aerospace company building the world's fastest airliner, in Denver, unveiled its supersonic demonstrator, XB-1, history's first independently developed supersonic jet. To design and build XB-1, Boom recruited a team of experts from around the industry, forged relationships with key suppliers, and built a strong safety culture. XB-1 is slated to fly for the first time in 2021 and will undergo a 100% carbon-neutral flight test program. Boom's innovations include developing one of the highest-efficiency civil supersonic engine intakes ever tested, demonstrating Boom's ability to deliver a breakthrough in propulsive efficiency for Overture. ''Boom continues to make progress towards our founding mission „making the world dramatically more accessible”, said Blake Scholl, Boom founder and CEO. ''XB-1 is an important milestone towards the development of our commercial airliner, Overture, making sustainable supersonic flight mainstream and fostering human connection.''

Bikini worn by the first-ever Bond girl set to sell for $500,000 at auction

A series of items featured in the James Bond film franchise are going up for auction, including the iconic ivory coloured bikini worn by the first-ever Bond girl Ursula Andress. Andress stole hearts around the world when she made her debut in the 1962 movie wearing the famous two-piece, becoming an instant pin-up from the moment her character, beachcomber Honey Ryder, emerged dripping from the ocean in the swimsuit in the film Dr. No. The bikini has earned its place among fashion's most famous designs, with auctioneers Profiles in History's head of acquisitions Brian Chanes noting that the swimwear is 'regarded as the most famous bikini in the world'. The bikini, alongside other iconic items, is set to go up for auction in Los Angeles on November 12 by Profiles in History, with an estimated price of up to $500,000. Other lots include Roger Moore's monogrammed pyjama ensemble from Live and Let Die, which is estimated to sell for up to $15,000, the grey signature jacket worn by villain Ernst Blofeld in Diamonds are Forever, which is thought to be worth between $20,000 and $30,000, and Jane Seymour's emerald psychic cape and headdress from Live and Let Die, which experts predict could fetch between $60,000 and $80,000. ''Things from the Bond franchise are relatively rare especially the further you go back in time,' said Chanes, saying he expected bidders to come from around the world.'' With Bond especially it's very much an international crowd.'' The auction will take place online and in Los Angeles on Nov 12-13.

Rare photographic portraits providing an insight into Queen Victoria’s life in the late 1800s could sell for £25,000 at action in October

***EXCLUSIVE*** Queen Victoria admired the work of Scottish-born Alexander Lamont Henderson and in 1884 awarded the experimental photographer and member of the Royal Photographic Society a Royal Warrant to depict everyday royal life.  The atmospheric photographic archive includes 69 oval enamel miniature photographic portraits and numerous glass slides, one capturing Queen Victoria’s drawing room in the Grand Hotel in Grasse, France.  The miniatures feature Queen Victoria, her husband Prince Albert and Scottish personal attendant John Brown. There are also images of the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII; Alexandra of Denmark; Prince Leopold; Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia; Princess Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse, and various non-royal portraits. Pictures of Henderson, his family and the French Riviera are also included.  The collection, which is due to be sold by Hansons Auctioneers on October 13 with a guide price of £15,000-£25,000, has been tucked away in a cupboard for decades. Following Henderson’s death in 1907, it was inherited by his family and passed down through the generations. It currently belongs to Henderson’s great-great grandson, 63-year-old electrical engineer Roderick Williams from Coltishall, near Norwich, Norfolk.

Meet Britain's best golfing twins who both won their club championships on the same day - aged 16

***EXCLUSIVE*** Calum and Maya Fitzgerald recently triumphed in the men's and ladies' competitions at their home course - and have now got their sights set on the top of the sport. The siblings have only been playing for a combined total of five years but have already cut their handicaps dramatically. Calum, who plays off three, decided to give golf a go after watching it on television and walking past the course at Bowood Golf Club, Wilts.

Coronavirus patients can have lungs scanned with pioneeering new hand-held device

***EXCLUSIVE*** A team of NHS professionals have pioneered the use of a handheld and smartphone-connected ultrasound in the fight against Covid-19, as part of an innovative patient triage system. At the peak of the pandemic Dr Andrew Walden, Consultant in Acute Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine and Dr Joseph Nunan, Ultrasound Fellow from the Royal Berkshire Hospital devised a new triage system to give critical care for patients who needed it most, ease demand on clinicians and reduce the burden on the hospital. The team embraced point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) technology and used the Butterfly iQ, an innovative handheld ultrasound device that uses a single probe to scan the whole body and show images in real-time when connected to a smartphone. POCUS helps healthcare professionals save time in diagnosing patients, making a difference to patient outcomes.

Swayambhunath in Nepal

Swayambhunath, also known as the "monkey temple" due to the large amount of wild monkeys living there, is atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, 2 kilometers west to the downtown of Kathmandu, capital of Nepal. The main stupa of Swayambhunath was founded around 2500 years ago, which is among the oldest religious sites in Nepal. The place is revered by both Buddhists and Hindus and is one of the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites.

A unique first pressing of The Who's debut album signed by all four original band members is set to go under the hammer

***EXCLUSIVE*** Believed to be the "ultimate piece" of incredibly rare Who memorabilia to ever come to market, experts say the sale price is likely to far exceed the conservative estimate of £800 to £1,200. The seller of the album was a school friend of band manager Bill Curbishley, who had the "first edition" album signed six years before Keith Moon's death in 1976. The album was also signed by Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and John Entwistle.  The Who's debut album My Generation features many of the songs that made them legends, including the title track and The Kids Are Alright. While it only made number five in the UK charts 55 years ago, it has gone on to become called "one of the best rock albums of all time". Jonathan Torode, auctioneer at Excalibur Auctions, said: "This record is a piece of history. It has extraordinary provenance.

A huge orangutan making a derelict church his new home

***EXCLUSIVE*** Onlookers were shocked when they saw a huge orangutan making a derelict church his new home in central London today.  Passers by spotted the enormous animatronic ape cavorting among the ruins of St Dunstan in the East Church in the centre of the city, not far from the Tower of London. The orangutan surprised people as part of a stunt by natural nut butter brand Meridian to highlight the fact that Bornean orangutans will go extinct if their habitat continues to be destroyed to make way for palm oil plantations.  Shocking figures reveal that 38 per cent of Britons still do not avoid palm oil. The WWF says it appears in 50 per cent of all packaged products.

Baby possum rescued thanks to pouch check after mum dies in road strike

Australia: A possum that was saved by the side of the road is the latest arrival at the Australian Reptile Park. The brushtail possum was given to keepers at the park by a member of the public after he was found roadside after his Mum had been hit and killed by car. Thankfully, a passer-by checked the pouch and discovered the baby possum. Due to his peeking up at keepers with large, scared eyes he has now bagged the name of „Dobby”. Keepers were initially unsure about whether Dobby would survive, as although he seemed in good shape, he needed to be rushed into 247 care by mammal keepers to ensure he was okay. This requires bottle feeds almost every hour, with hydration feeds every two hours. He also remains inside a pouch and kept under heat. Dobby the possum’s favourite toy is a plush platypus and he loves to snuggle into it.

Red hot chilli preppers! Mounds of dried chillies turn fields red during harvest season at huge Chinese farm

Surrounded by a vast crimson landscape, these farmers are harvesting dried red chillies in China. Astonishing aerial images show the labourers among the peppers in Kuqa, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in the north-west of the country. The farmers plant the chillies after picking their garlic crops around May. The peppers are harvested around August to October before being shipped to market once they have dried. The workers are spurred on by the hope of big returns and growing demand for use in dishes, particularly from Sichuan and Hunan - but most of the profits go to traders and investors, rather than farmers.

Two newly-discovered species of aquatic mice native to the remote Congo basin are amongst the world's rarest mammals, a study found

***EXCLUSIVE*** 'Stilt mice' have evaded scientists for years due to political unrest in the barely-explored and vast Congo Basin, where they live in swamps, streams and rivers.  Also known as ‘Colomys,’ the rare mice use their elongated feet to wade into streams to hunt freshwater insects using their whiskers, according to the researchers. Study author Dr Julian Kerbis Peterhans, at Chicago's Field Museum, in the US, said: “These mice are long-footed, kind of like a kangaroo. They sit up on their haunches, and they wade through shallow streams with their whiskers on the water's surface detecting movements, like sonar.”

I see you! - Giant bird stares at photographer

***EXCLUSIVE*** A hawk stares down curiously at a watching photographer at a resorvoir in San Diego, California. The bird, a Cooper Hawk, was snapped by photographer Decker Nomura in Lake Murray. Decker said, "As I was walking along a path I looked up and noticed him staring down at me. He didn't seem to mind as I raised my camera a took a few shots." "I love how calm he is. It's as if he was waiting for me to take his picture."

New mosasaur species discovered in Morocco lived more than 66 MILLION years ago and had a 3-foot long skull with a crocodile-like snout

***EXCLUSIVE*** Gavialimimus almaghribensis, a newly discovered species of mosasaur that ruled the seas of what is now Morocco some 72 to 66 million years ago. A 55-foot dinosaur that terrorised the seas 70 million years ago has been discovered. Remains of gavialimimus almaghribensis, a new type of mosasaur, were uncovered at the bottom of a phosphate mine in Morocco, a known fossil hotspot. Scientists say that the marine reptile resembled an “overgrown komodo dragon”, could reach over 55-feet in length and roamed the seas during the Late Cretaceous period between 72 and 66 million years ago.

Sandy roads of Dubai

***EXCLUSIVE*** Rumours abound as to why the people of the Al Kutbi tribe fled their homes, but doors left open and possessions left behind suggest they fled in a hurry. The eerie town of Al Madam is an hour drive from Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, and it is understood it was built in the 1970s and abandoned in the '80s. It has been suggested inhabitants may have fled after believing they were being targeted by a 'devil creature' while others say they were forced out by a succession of sandstorms.