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A spontaneous road race is enough to put me off cars for life
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Man was prevented from leaving by the arrival of a 20ft-long crocodile that made its presence felt every time he attempted to to enter the water
The body of a 26-year-old swimmer who was snatched by a crocodile as he attempted to cross an Australian river has been recovered by police.
Swiss boutique apologises after being accused of racism by the world’s most celebrated talk show host
Snake got out of enclosure at a pet store before slithering through a ventilation system and into an upstairs apartment
Designer hoists Eastern European punk band to the rafters for Paris fashion show
Golfers and caddies were left stunned when they were joined on the 14th hole by an unexpected visitor - a huge alligator.
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Paddle a canoe along the Wilderness Waterway and get close to the exotic creatures inhabiting the unique ecosystem of the Everglades National Park
A remote southern Philippine town has gone into mourning over the death of the world's largest saltwater crocodile in captivity, even though it was blamed for the deaths of several villagers.
His dark humour and wacky characters enchanted generations, so why are modern children now leaving Charlie, Matilda and Mr Fox on the shelf?
If you like 'Skins', says E4, you'll like this teen memoir. Hmm. But C4's new drama is a dazzler
Suspect reportedly told police he got the creature to commemorate rapper Tupac Shakur's 1996 death
Tomorrow is market day, so today huge lorries, trucks and brightly painted tap taps (buses) are assembling at the Haitian-Dominican border at Mal Paso, outside Jimaní, their goods piled high in anticipation of making a profitable sale. The vendors have a problem, though. The area they use on the Haitian side of the border is now under water, while all that is left on the Dominican side is a minuscule patch barely larger than the width of the road. Flood water laps against abandoned warehouses and covers some of the road, which has been reinforced and raised once already.
A record haul of man-eating saltwater crocodiles was removed from waterways in the "Top End" of Australia last year, confirming that numbers of the feared reptiles are ballooning.