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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? - Designs for a brand new personal flying vehicle

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Macrobat is an all-electric aircraft that squats back on bird-like legs, tilts it wings skyward, and performs a "near vertical" takeoff and landing. Despite the eye-catching avian design, South African startup Phractyl (PHRontier for Agile Complex Technology sYstem evoLution) say they are serious about the concept, and have already begun prototype building and testing. They explain: “With the growing light sports aircraft market, the Macrobat offers an exhilarating flight experience to aviation enthusiasts. A larger, scaled variant is envisioned in the longer term, which can operate as an air taxi.”

Zookeepers from across Europe have shared their best pictures from the year

***EXCLUSIVE*** Zookeepers from across Europe have shared their best pictures from the year – including striking snaps of rare white rhino calves and two giraffes kissing. The amazing pictures were shared by keepers from zoos across the UK, Denmark, France, and Sweden. Facebook page, Zoo Keepers Europe, ran the competition with nearly 200 entries. Staff at Cotswold Wildlife Park secured the top spot with a winning snap of clouded leopard Jafar.

A US marine dressed as Santa - delivering toys in Alaska

***EXCLUSIVE*** U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Joshua Purrington, the armory chief for Delta Company, 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, rides away in a snowmobile after delivering toys to the children of Takotna School during a Toys for Tots event in Takotna, Alaska, Dec. 3, 2021. Purrington, from Lubbock, Texas, dressed as Santa Claus for the Marine Corps Reserve’s annual Toys for Tots program. U.S. Marines and Airmen travelled to remote villages of Alaska’s Kuskokwim Valley in support of the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots.

Lego Great Barrier Reef

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Great Barrier Reef installation consists of 200,000 bricks and took 55 days to complete. It creates a show-stopping highlight to the exhibition, complete with underwater lighting and sound effects, and LEGO® brick recreations of everything from corals and sponges to sea turtles and reef-dwelling fish including blue tangs, angel fish and a ray. Chichester’s Novium Museum opens Lego Brick Wonders to the public, presented in half a million LEGO® bricks at an exciting new exhibition by Warren Elsmore and his team. Brick Wonders is open now and will run until June 2022.

A teenage driving sensation who became the UK’s youngest busman at just 18

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kraish Symes said he left a career as a store clerk to transport hundreds of people around the roads of West Yorkshire and has not “looked back since”.  The youngster, from Bradford West Yorks., secured a role with regional operator Transdev after successfully getting his bus licence.  But despite the stress and responsibility of keeping people safe on the roads each day, Kraish says he’s loving “every single minute”.

Photography For Humanity

***EXCLUSIVE*** Thought-provoking pictures of society have been released as the finalists of the Photography 4 Humanity Global Prize competition are revealed. The winning photo, ‘A Thirsty Earth’ by Apratim Pal, shows an aerial shot of two women in West Bengal, India, searching for water during a severe drought. One of the top ten finalists’ photos, ‘Stay Home’ by Yuri Pritisk, shows a wintery scene of snowy woods with red tape between the trees and a solitary figure in white protective gear, illustrating the new conditions that people have had to adapt to during the pandemic. The amazing photos were submitted to the 2021 Photography 4 Humanity Global Prize, which is an initiative calling on photographers to bring to life the power of human rights through their images.

A Christmas tree made from lobster creels went on display at a fishing village

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Christmas tree made from lobster creels went on display at a fishing village - topped with a tinsel crab. Ullapool, in the Highlands, has been putting up the unusual Christmas decorations since around 2015.  Retired police officer Angus Chisholm, 68, traveled from Inverness to take pictures of it.