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June 16, 2018 3:06 PM Huge sex-crazed moths have swarmed Britain in the wake of summer heatwave

PETRIFIED northerners have taken to social media in the wake of a nightmarish outbreak of giant moths that have swarmed Britain for a sex-fest. Residents have uploaded frightening snaps of the huge creepy crawlies which do not eat or drink and only live to mate and die in the immediate aftermath. The strange species is called the Poplar Hawk moth and although 10

June 13, 2018 12:11 PM What a relief! Animal lovers from around the world watch rare giraffe give birth to baby calf live online after a pregnancy that took more than 15 months

A rare giraffe calf has been born at a wild animal park - with the birth watched by thousands of people around the world on social media. With fewer than 2,500 mature Rothschild giraffes left in the wild, staff at the Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve near Hythe in Kent celebrated the birth of a healthy male calf on Thursday. Proud mother Lehana gave birth 2

June 8, 2018 11:04 PM Love Island fans angry with Adam after he dumps Kendall for Rosie

During Friday’s episode viewers saw Collard tell Rae Knight it took a lot for them to couple up and he had given a lot to the relationship and had “not really seen anything back”. He went on to say he would “rather just nip it in the bud now before it goes further”. Moments after Rae Knight said that she was fine with Collard’s decision, viewers saw him kiss solicitor 13

June 8, 2018 7:25 AM The heartbreaking moment an orangutan tries to save its tree from loggers by taking on a digger in Indonesia

This is the harrowing moment an orangutan tries to defend its forest by grabbing at a digger. The animal is hoping to save its trees from loggers believed to be located in the Ketapang Regency on the island of Borneo. Footage shows the vulnerable beast walk across a fallen tree and lean towards the heavy machinery. The orangutan tries to grab on to the digger 1

May 22, 2018 8:15 AM Lost treasure of Imperial China found in an attic in France

The vase was found by chance in the loft of a family home in France, and taken to Sotheby’s Paris by its unsuspecting owners in a shoe box. Research revealed the vase was a unique example produced by the finest craftsmen of the time for the Qianlong Emperor. Left to the grandparents of the present owners by an uncle, the vase is listed among the contents 14

May 17, 2018 5:02 AM 'Frustration' as felled trees around 3D Wedding Centre still not replaced

BOSSES at a wedding venue in Daubhill have told of their frustration as residents criticise the felling of more than 100 trees. Asad Khan, manager at the 3D Centre in Bella Street, said he understood the complaints and confirmed that the business would be planting new trees and greenery but that plans could not begin until planning permission on a new fence 9

May 4, 2018 5:01 AM National Garden Scheme open day in Bolton

A CARING couple who have opened their magnificent Bolton gardens to the public to raise money for charities for many years will be welcoming visitors later this month. Glenda and Graham Ostick have been putting on open days at the large and unusual gardens at Bridge House in Bolton Road, Bradshaw for many years. And on Sunday and Monday, May 27 and 28 they will again 13

May 3, 2018 4:49 PM Train derailment that injured 2 may have been due to weather

NAPPANEE, Indiana (AP) - A freight train that derailed in northern Indiana, injuring two crew members and leaving a trail of damage, occurred after a wave of severe thunderstorms had swept the area, CSX said Thursday. About 30 loaded cars and two locomotives derailed late Wednesday on the Chicago-bound train, WSBT-TV in South Bend reported . Police said damage 5

May 3, 2018 4:04 PM The Latest: CSX: Severe weather eyed in train derailment

CSX says severe weather may have played a role in a freight train derailment in northern Indiana that injured two crew members. The company says in a statement that while the derailment's cause remains under investigation, "it appears that severe weather may have been a factor" in the derailment late Wednesday near Nappanee (NA'-puh-nee), about 25 miles 5

May 1, 2018 1:59 PM When Manhattan was covered in farmland, rolling hills and trees: Map used by the invading British 250 years ago to navigate New York during the American War of Independence sells for $150,000

A 250-year-old map that shows New York mostly as rolling farmland and that was used by the British in the American War of Independence has sold for $150,000. The map was drawn up by the British cartographer Bernard Ratzer between 1766 and 1767. It shows the unmistakable outline of Manhattan island with only the southern tip of it built up. The rest of the peninsula 15