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Woman stunned after two baby rabbits balloon to 14lbs - and size could double again

***EXCLUSIVE*** The brave owner of two huge rabbits is preparing to spend her first Easter with the boisterous bunnies who are the size - of toddlers. Courts Greene, 28, and flatmate, Gemma Worth, 32, became owner to the sibling rabbits out of lockdown boredom. They were the size of 'small plant pots' when they arrived in August 2020. But now the 10-month-old Continential Giant sisters have grown to a hefty 14 pounds each - and could double in size by the time they reach 18 months.

Guitar Elvis played when he returned after seven years making films sells for £450,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 'King' fell in love with the lipstick red Hagstrom Viking II electric guitar that belonged to his session musician, Al Casey, at the time. Elvis borrowed it for a TV concert that was broadcast in December 1968, marking the star's comeback after seven years of making movies. It relaunched his career and he played the guitar for live performances in Las Vegas the following year. It is the guitar Elvis is seen holding on the front cover of his 1969 studio album 'From Elvis in Memphis'. The distinctive instrument was returned to Mr Casey who later sold it to a collector of music memorabilia. Apart from a 12-month period in the 1990s when it was exhibited at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio, US, the guitar had not been seen in public for 52 years prior to its sale with US-based GWS Auctions.

Video grab from the incredible footage of climber hanging from a climbing wall on a coverted hot air balloon’s basket - 10,000ft above the beautiful French countryside

***EXCLUSIVE*** This stunning footage shows a group of French rock climbers showing off their incredible abilities on a hot air balloon 10 thousand feet above the ground. Athletes Axel Valley, 37 and Nina Arthaud, 21 are filmed hanging from the basket before climbing underneath against the golden sunrise in the beautiful French countryside above Anse and Villefranche. The incredible stunt was arranged by ‘Climb Up’ rock climbing gym based in Lyon, France.

Coin for King Edward VIII's short-lived reign has sold for a world record price of £1.6m

***EXCLUSIVE*** An exceptionally rare gold coin for King Edward VIII's short-lived reign has sold for a world record ÂŁ1.65m ($2.28m). The five pounds coin with the controversial monarch's bust on one side was struck but never put into circulation as he abdicated after just 11 months. It is one of only three Edward VIII five pounds coins known to exist, with the other two belonging to the Royal Mint and a private collector in America. The trial coin, which was designed by Humphrey Paget, sparked a bidding war when it went under the hammer with Heritage Auctions, of Dallas, US. It is the most expensive British coin ever sold, smashing the ÂŁ1m private sale of an Edward VIII Pattern Sovereign coin (with a face value of ÂŁ1) brokered by the Royal Mint in January 2020. The previous record for the most expensive British coin sold at auction was for a king William IV proof five pounds from 1831, which sold in Monaco last October for ÂŁ703,000. Edward VIII coins are so scarce that it even the Duke of Windsor had a request to obtain a set of his own coinage turned down by his brother.

A message in a bottle dropped into the sea by a bored Brit girl has just been discovered over 1,000 miles away - on a beach in NORWAY

***EXCLUSIVE*** Little Lilly Carter, 10, decided to try sending a message in a bottle across the sea while fed-up in lockdown back in July 2020. Hiding her handwritten note inside a glass bottle, she threw her message into the sea at Chapel St Leonards beach during her family's staycation in Lincolnshire. Lilly's bottle set off on a journey and has now been discovered approximately 1,033 miles away on a beach in Kragerø, Norway.

Woman stunned to find Harry Potter book bought for £1 is worth £30k

***EXCLUSIVE*** Four daughters have been left stunned after a Harry Potter book bought from a school fete for £1 by their late mother turned out to be a rare first edition - worth £30,000. The former primary school teacher, who died of breast cancer aged 44 in 2005, was passionate about encouraging her children to read and filled the house with books. But little did she know that a copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, bought around 20 years ago, would potentially net her kids a windfall following her death. Her girls have now found their mum unwittingly left them an inheritance gift worth tens of thousands of pounds after the book turned out to be one of only 500 ever printed. It will go under the hammer at Hansons Auctioneers in Staffordshire where it is expected to fetch between £20,000-£30,000 - but could make much more.

Pehalwans busy practicing at an Baghban Pura Akhara

Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: Pakistani Traditional wrestlers or Pehalwans are busy practicing at an Baghban pura Akhara or wrestling pits to beat the 3rd wave of COVID-19 in Lahore. Pakistani Traditional wrestlers or Pehalwans are busy practicing at an Akhara or wrestling school in Lahore. 'Kushti', the traditional wrestling is one of the most popular games in Pakistan. Thousands of years ago when there was no cricket, no hockey, no football, the most enjoyable hobby of the people was wrestling. Even today after the introduction of so many kinds of sporting activities around the world, the sport of wrestling draws more crowds then any other sport because, fighting is a part of human nature. There are different styles of wrestling in the world today but the most famous among them is the Freestyle Wrestling. Pakistan had a great past in traditional wrestling also called as desi kushti. Kushti, an Indo-Pakistani form of wrestling, is several thousand years old and is a national sport in Pakistan.

Historic Jaguar racing car that gave Sir Stirling Moss his big break has sold for almost £600,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 1950 HWM Alta Jaguar was among the first competitive racing cars the legendary driver raced in. Aged 20, he got behind the wheel at Goodwood racing circuit in West Sussex that year and came second place for the low-budget HWM team. The motor was one of just four of its kind, entered into races by a small but successful team owned by the pioneering John Heath. Throughout 1950 it raced at 15 events across Europe, competing at the likes of the Grand Prix de Geneve and Grand Premio De Bari. When he finished second at Goodwood, the race was Moss's first big break before he went on to become one of Britain's best Formula One drivers. The car was also driven by some other huge names of the period including John Heath himself, Lance Macklin, George Abecassis and Rudi Fischer.

A garden full of Easter bunnies

***EXCLUSIVE*** Brandenburg, Straupitz: Countless Easter bunny figures stand in a garden. Gisela Liebsch and her husband Gerd Mörl have been collecting Easter and Christmas figures for over 12 years. According to her, well over 400 Easter figures decorate the property on the edge of the Spreewald. In November, the two then begin preparations for the Christmas decoration of the property.

Marathon Father Tobias

***EXCLUSIVE*** North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg: Father Tobias runs past the Church of the Sacred Heart. Father has already run more than 100 marathons. The money raised (1.5 million euros) is used for projects for needy people.

An impressive Arts & Crafts house with a windmill in the garden is on the market for £5.5m

***EXCLUSIVE*** The aptly-named Windmill House has a four-storey Grade II* listed windmill complete with four sails in its back garden. As well as the main five-bedroom detached house the new owner will also acquire a three-bedroom detached cottage on the five acres of land. Barnet Gate Mill was built in 1823 and is one of the oldest windmills in England. It worked for almost a century up until 1918 when it became part of the grounds of the house, which was built in the early 20th century. The main house has exposed beams, period fireplaces, feature windows and a character kitchen.

Thousands of guillemots perched on cliff face

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tens of thousands of black and white birds sit in crowds on the narrow ledges of a steep cliff. Around 60,000 breeding pairs of Brünnich’s guillemots gather on the hundred metre rocks which stretch for several kilometres. The birds - also known as thick-billed murres - are excellent divers, and can reach incredible depths of up to 150 metres and remain underwater for up to four minutes.

Ox-pecker 'cuddles' into rhino

***EXCLUSIVE*** A small oxpecker bird cuddles into the horn of a rhinoceros as it tries to sharpen its beak on the beast's horn. These photos were shot in a private game reserve in South Africa as an oxpecker sharpened its beak on the horn of a white rhino while it grazed on grass.

Chili pickers

***EXCLUSIVE*** A row of workers shelter under umbrellas from the blistering heat as they painstakingly sort through a sea of bright red chili peppers on a farm in Bogra, Bangladesh. The striking images were taken by university student Rafid Yasar, 25.

Cookie Monster Rock

Newport Beach, California, USA: Lucas Fassari shows off his Cookie Monster rock in Newport Beach, CA. The agate, found in Soledade, a precious stone hotspot in southern Brazil, is a dead ringer for the blue, googly-eyed Sesame Street Muppet.