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How the other half live! Striking sculptures from superyacht owned by billionaires up for auction

Striking floral sculptures that once adorned a superyacht could sail off to new owners for thousands of pounds at auction - and offer a glimpse of the lives of the super-rich. The sculptures by Herb (Herbert) Babcock, an American artist born in 1946, were part of the interior design aboard super yacht Pelorus, which was once owned by Russian-Israeli billionaire businessman and Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich. The sculptures’ glass colours were used to represent port and starboard. The works of art are set to go under the hammer in Hanson Holloway’s Ross’ (HHR) March 5-6 Spring Fine Art Auction in Banbury, Oxfordshire, with an estimate of £3,000-£5,000 each.

Dinosaur footprint discovered on Welsh beach by four-year-old girl

Barry, Wales, United Kingdom: A dinosaur footprint that is „the finest impression found in Britain in a decade” has been discovered on a beach in Wales by a four-year-old girl. Scientists believe that the 220 million-year-old footprint, spotted by Lily Wilder at Bendricks Bay, Barry, could help us better understand how dinosaurs walked. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum of Wales Palaeontology curator Cindy Howells was notified of the find and has described it as the best specimen ever found on this beach. The specimen is a type of footprint called Grallator, although it is impossible to identify which dinosaur made the print 220 million years ago. The new footprint is just over 10cm long and is likely to have been made by a dinosaur that stood about 75cm tall and 2.5m long. It would have been a slender animal which walked on its two hind feet and actively hunted other small animals and insects. There are no fossilised bones from this 220 million year old dinosaur, but similar footprints in the USA are known to have been made by the dinosaur Coelophysis which does not occur in the UK.

Badgers saved in 'bizarre' situation after pair get stuck between ladder and canal wall

Wales, United Kingdom: An RSPCA officer has labelled helping two badgers trapped on a ladder in a Torfaen canal as ''the most bizarre and unusual'' day in her 15 years on the frontline. The animal welfare charity teamed up with firefighters from the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service to help two badgers, who had - unfathomably - got stuck between metal steps and the wall, on Pentre Lane over the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal in Cwmbran, Wales. RSPCA Cymru was called, with rescue officer Sian Burton and inspector David Milborrow rushing to the scene. They enlisted the support of the fire service as they sought to help the trapped badgers. The rescue took place on Friday (5 February). A large animal rescue team from the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service attended, and abseiled down the canal wall, with their ropes tied to an RSPCA van for security.