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Despite being born with NO HANDS and unable to WALK, this man has defied the odds and learnt how to drive

***EXCLUSIVE*** DETROIT, MICHIGAN, USA: Designer, actor, and international speaker Ryan Hudson-Peralta (41) from Detroit, Michigan, USA, was born with a rare condition called congenital limb deficiency. This is a non-genetic deformation that means Ryan?s arms and legs did not fully develop. As a result, he has no hands, short legs, and underdeveloped hips which means he cannot walk. Despite the physical challenges he faces, Ryan has hit many of the major life pillars including graduating high school, going to college, enjoying a successful career in design, and is now settled down with his family ? wife Carrie (47), daughter Myranda (26), and son Noah (19). Ryan admits that regardless of his success, growing up wasn?t always easy. During his school days, Ryan yearned to be a football or baseball player but couldn?t play like the other kids. Instead, he began coaching his school team and later coached a travelling league team into winning several championships. Whilst many of Ryan?s friends began getting their driver?s licenses in their late teens, Ryan couldn?t afford the Ł36,000 ($50,000) vehicle he?d require plus the extra Ł36,000 ($50,000) to adapt it. At birth, his parents were told he?d never be able to drive. Always one to rise to a challenge, Ryan began selling greetings cards and ran fundraisers with his aunt and was able to purchase the adapted vehicle and get behind the wheel by the time he turned 19. To this day, Ryan still faces discrimination. At job interviews, people have told him, ?We don?t have the staff of facilities for you,? and he often finds himself unable to find accessible public transport or entrances to buildings ? something Ryan is campaigning to improve.

A girl in Russia looking for her family, she could be Denise Pipitone missing from Sicily, Italy 17 years ago

Denise Pipitone disappeared 17 years ago from Mazara del Vallo, in the Trapani area. The girl was only 4 years old and she disappeared while she was playing in front of her grandmother’s house. Since then, there have been many false alarms, including reports and sightings, which have given Denise’s family hope. DNA was taken today from the girl who went to Russian TV to look for her mother. And that could be Denise Pipitone, the little girl who disappeared 17 years ago from Mazara del Vallo, in the Trapani area. A girl with no name, no documents, a girl who remembers nothing of her family, a girl who looks like Piera Maggio. Little Denise could be her but as a mother, Piera repeats “we are cautiously hopeful”. Olesya Rostova, this is the name (given in the orphanage) of the twenty-year-old who said she was kidnapped and later found in a Roma camp in Russia.

A little boy who is battling cancer has had his dream come true after he was 'sworn-in' as a Police Officer on his fifth birthday

***EXCLUSIVE*** Jeremiah Valera, 5, suffers with Stage IV Neuroblastoma that has spread around his body, but dreams of someday becoming a police officer. So on March 20, the boy's birthday, North Miami Police Department invited Jeremiah to a 'swearing in' ceremony, organised by non-profit Mystic Force Foundation. He is now the department's youngest ever officer.

World's first community of 3D-printed zero net-energy homes will be built in California

The world's first community of 3D-printed zero net-energy homes will be built in Rancho Mirage, California. Palari Group say they plan to develop the 5-acre parcel into a planned community of 15 eco-friendly homes, built utilising the 3D-printed panelised Mighty Kit system by Mighty Buildings. This $15 million sustainable development is the world’s first planned community of 3D printed homes and is centred around integration of technology and sustainability. From the 3D-printing production process which eliminates 99% of construction waste, to the efficiency of operations with solar energy and weather-resistant materials, to the efficiency of the homes themselves, the project aims to minimise its environmental impact and offer smart and healthy homes to sustainability-minded buyers.

Copy of Super Mario Bros. smashes record for the most ever paid for a video game

After being forgotten in a desk drawer for almost 35 years, a sealed copy of the Nintendo video game Super Mario Bros. sold at auction on Friday for a whopping $660,000. It's the most ever paid for a video game, according to a news release from Heritage Auctions, which ran the sale. The Dallas-based auction company said the NES cartridge was purchased as a Christmas gift in 1986, and was untouched until the seller found it earlier this year. The unopened game was professionally graded by WataGames and had a score of 9.6/A+, according to the news release, which called it "the finest copy known to have been professionally graded for auction."

Meet the artist who creates stunning works by injecting paint into bubble wrap using up to 4,000 syringes at a time

***EXCLUSIVE*** Bradley Hart, 48, fills individual syringes with paint and then spends nearly a month filling up the air pockets to create massive artworks. Up-close, they look like lots of bubbles of paint, but when a viewer is stood back, they can see all the tiny dots make up a masterpiece. The former estate agent got the idea after seeing a roll of bubble wrap while he was attending an art exhibition 12 years ago.

World's tallest daffodil at 5ft 2ins

***EXCLUSIVE*** A green-fingered married couple claim they have grown the world's tallest daffodil at 5ft 2ins. Ivan and Gina Jones say they are 'confident' their mammoth flower beats the current world record for the tallest ever daffodil, a 5ft 1ins effort grown on the Isle of Wight in 1979. Mr Jones, a 49 year old catering manager, admitted he keeps measuring his plant to check its height and has contacted Guinness World Records.

Obese woman who spent years being called a 'whale' by bullies gets the last laugh by losing 175LBS and transforming her body

***EXCLUSIVE*** IOWA, USA: Trolls called this woman a WHALE because of her huge frame resulting from a bad diet that included doughnuts for breakfast - but now she's turning heads after losing an incredible TWELVE STONE. Middle school teacher Casey Canaday (25) from Iowa, USA, grew up with food at the centre of her life. Whether it was for a celebration, a way to deal with boredom or a way to cope with difficult moments in her life, Casey would always turn to food. Neither Casey or her mum Monica Yori (55) had the energy or desire to cook so she lived off huge portions of takeaway food and even ate doughnuts for breakfast which inevitably led to further weight gain. Snacks including tacos, crisps and sweets dominated Casey?s diet and by the time she was 11-years-old, she weighed over 14st and at 5ft 7ins, she was often mistaken for being a teacher by other children at school. Bullies called Casey a ?whale? and a ?pig?, however the comments that upset her the most were from those who told her that she was pretty for her size. Casey was diagnosed with having polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) at age 14, a condition that can lead to hormone imbalances, resulting in uncontrollable weight gain. Casey weighed 27 stone and struggled to fit a UK dress size 30 but a trip to Mexico in January 2020 proved to be a turning point for her. Struggling to fit into her seatbelt on the plane, Casey had to endure a horribly uncomfortable four hour flight. With Casey also finding it difficult to walk up the three flights of stairs to the couple?s hotel room, she realised that her weight was ruining the couple?s holiday. Casey knew she had to make immediate changes to her life.

Enigma encryption machine under investigation

Schleswig-Holstein, Lübeck: Thorsten Buzug (r), Managing Director of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Individualized and Cell-based Medical Technology (IMTE) and Ulf Ickerodt, Head of the Schleswig-Holstein State Archaeological Office show an Enigma encryption machine that was examined with a computer tomograph from the medical technology department. In November and January, research divers found a total of seven Enigmas by sheer chance while recovering ghost nets and a propeller in the Baltic Sea ;and on the bottom of the Schlei River. Now one of the machines is lying in a computer tomograph at the Lübeck Fraunhofer Institute for Individualized and Cell-based Medical Technology (IMTE).

2021 DesertX art presentation

The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our stories. Among the first art experiences in the region since widespread lockdowns to offer a safe, outdoor experience that is free and open to all, Desert X includes newly commissioned works that collectively pose urgent questions about our pasts while imagining the possibilities of a shared future.

Threatened with extinction: Sumatran Orangutan hangs from tree in Indonesia as only 7,500 estimated to remain

Aceh Tenggara District, Indonesia: A Sumatran Orangutan (Pongo abelii lesson) hangs from a tree branch in Aceh Tenggara District, Aceh Province, Indonesia. The Sumatran Orangutan population is threatened with extinction due to ongoing illegal hunting. It is currently estimated that there are only 7,500 remaining in the wild compared to 200,000 in the 1990's. Their populations are in 13 geographically separated areas on the island of Sumatra.

Penguin Museum

***EXCLUSIVE*** Lower Saxony, Cuxhaven: Birgit Berends puts on her penguin mask. Penguins wherever you look: whether as stuffed animals, collector's figurines or on neckties - the Cuxhaven Penguin Museum is teeming with tailcoats.

Spooky images show the remnants of an abandoned boys school believed to be haunted after students suffered years of abuse

***EXCLUSIVE*** DERBYSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM: In one image, the abandoned school was shown with smashed windows and overgrown ivy and trees which have sprouted from the building itself, along with uncut grass and graffiti up the wall that reads, ?In your dreams.' Another image showed a room that has had a battle with destruction as parts of the ceiling and wall have crumbled to the floor and on top of destroyed appliances such as a discarded washing machine, leaving behind debris and dust of a building forgotten in time. Others showed a dark, eerie hallway that led to empty corridors, whilst another showed a room with a broken and smashed wall cabinet along with discarded cardboard and shelving. These spooky images were taken by urban explorer Rick Swindells (37) from Congleton, Cheshire, UK, who captured the images in Derbyshire, UK. The school - also known as ?The Taxal Centre? - was shut down in 2005 due to an Ofsted investigation which found a care worker guilty of sexually abusing and grooming young boys at the school and has been left untouched for nine years.

A five-hundred-and-fifty-one pound crocodile ravishly bit and DROWNED a wildebeest

***EXCLUSIVE*** KENYA, AFRICA: In one image, thousands of wildebeest were seen dashing off a cliff and into the Masai Mara river in Kenya as they crossed over to the other side to flee towards a storm that was on the horizon, as they are driven by a strong instinct to follow the rain due to the growth of the grass they feed on. Another image showed the moment an unlucky 500-pound wildebeest was swept away by the river’s rapid pressure towards a sneaky Nile crocodile who was waiting underwater. Eventually, the reptile came to the surface and violently snapped the blue wildebeest’s leg. Within moments, the wildebeest struggled to stay afloat as the crocodile used its mouth and force to pull the wildebeest underwater where the mammal drowned and died within 10 minutes. The upsetting images were taken by business development manager Corlette Wessels (47) from Johannesburg, South Africa, who captured the kill in the Masai Mara Triangle, Kenya, from 98-foot away.

Epic moment a coalition of crafty cheetahs sent an antelope FLYING in a bid to escape

***EXCLUSIVE*** MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE, KENYA: In the dramatic pictures, a team of 140-pound cheetahs singled out and circled an unfortunate 242-pound topi antelope as the ill-fated creature made a desperate attempt to escape. In one image, the flustered antelope was sent flying through the air after it tripped in an impressive display of acrobatics thanks to the speedy cheetah being hot on its heels. A final picture revealed the four cheetahs dragging the antelope to its knees before feasting on the huge carcass, leaving the predators with blood stained mouths. The images were taken at the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, by wildlife photographer Munish Palaniappan (44) from Chennai, India. Munish watched the impressive act of nature from 262-feet away and captured the shots on his Sony A7R mark-iii camera with Sony FE 400mm f2.8 lens.