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A giant, entirely knitted village fete with naked characters

***EXCLUSIVE*** A giant, entirely knitted village fete with a cheeky difference has gone on display at the Creative Craft Show, NEC, Birmingham.  Created by award-winning stop-motion animation company, Woolly Vision, the fete features nudinit characters - the quirky knitted inhabitants of Woolly Bush, who are bare-bottomed, British and positively bursting with double entendre, bringing much-needed laughter to visitors.  With incredible detail, the feature includes all the fun of the village fete including a beer tent, stalls selling jam and cheese, BBQ food, a dog show, vegetable competition, coconut shy and a vintage car – as well as the characters themselves, all knitted by hand.  The Creative Craft Show, returns to the NEC from Thursday 4th – Sunday 7th November.

Dad has broken the world record for the longest triathlon - a staggering 30 hours of swimming, running, and cycling in one go without breaks

***EXCLUSIVE*** An inspirational dad has set a new Guinness World Record by completing the longest-ever triathlon without breaks. Dad of two Ian Lambert, 37, smashed the Guinness world record for the longest single-event triathlon by a wapping 40 miles on September 4 and 5. Ian's run, swim and cycle combined to an epic 220 miles: beating the previous Guinness World Record of 180 miles. Inspirational Ian, who said he could hardly run a mile three years ago, crossed the north of the UK in over a day of non-stop exercise, taking 29.5 hours to complete the event.

Boy, 12, chomped by a crocodile while he was playing hide and seek is up on his feet again - and dressed up as the scaly enemy to celebrate his victory

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 12-year-old who survived crocodile attack that pulled the skin off his leg dressed up as his scaly enemy for Halloween. Charlie Buhl was ambushed by a huge croc while hiding underneath a staircase next to a lagoon during a game of hide-and-seek while on holiday in Cancún in June. He lost half his blood during the attack and subsequent medical procedures, and it was feared he could lose his leg. But after a terrifying month in hospital in Mexico, he and his family were sent home to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, to recover.

Adverse effects of climate change across Bangladesh

***EXCLUSIVE*** A girl attempts to collect clean water from a pump after wading through a dirty river which has flooded due to global warming. The series of images show the adverse effects of climate change this year in Bangladesh, which is one of the most endangered coastal countries in the world. The Himalayan range, in the north, was submerged under water pollution brought upstream by rivers earlier this year.

Rescue cat moo-ves in with new calf friends

Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, United Kingdom: Daisy, a rescued farm cat who had two homes by the time she was seven months old, has now settled into a new home - befriending a group of welcoming calves. Daisy came into the care of the RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre in Nottingham as she didn’t get along with the people or other cats in her previous homes and was returned to the RSPCA after just four weeks of being adopted. The staff at the centre re-assessed her and decided that she is what is known as an „inbetweener” cat - a cat that shies away from the company of people but still needs an owner to feed them and keep an eye on them. Ella Carpenter, RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre Manager, said: “Just as people have individual needs and personalities, so do cats. Such cats come from a variety of backgrounds. They may have been poorly socialised when they were very young kittens and may not have had the right kind of interactions with people. They may see people as a threat and find their behaviour unpredictable, unsettling and unwelcome.