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ISN’T that the place where elephants walk on the beach? I’d heard the whispered rumours. Now it was time to see whether the myth was actually true. We headed four hours north from Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania to Saadani National Park. It was a relatively easy drive, even for the two pensioners who were accompanying us on the trip.
Saadani National Park
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THIS is the amazing baby who has survived the killer brain bug meningitis TWICE - before he was four weeks old. Little George Keen amazed doctors when he managed to beat meningitis the first time - when he was just HOURS old. Doctors told his devastated parents that he wasn’t expected to survive when he was struck down with the big at just 12 hours old, yet he managed to hang on and make a recovery. But then when he was just four weeks old he developed the bug for a second time and faced yet another battle for life.
KEEN. THE LITTLE BOY WHO BEAT MENINIGITIS TWICE - BEFORE HE WAS FOUR WEEKS OLD.
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THE WHALE was so close that he could see the brown barnacles on the end of his nose. Photographer Nick Robertson -Brown, who was in the water just feet away, just had to time to capture this stunning image before the 40 tonne whale missed him by inches.
HUMPBACK. PHOTOGRAPHER WHO GOT TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT - TO A 40 TONNE HUMPBACK WHALE
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THELMA Levett’s life is just a load of hot air. For 15 years Mrs Levett has spent her life blowing up balloons and twisting them into everyday objects. And now inspired by the Duchess of Cambridge she has even made a replica of the most talked about wedding dress in history for her daughter Vicky, 21. The balloon ‘Kate’ wedding dress has taken 5000 balloons to create and even has replica lace sleeves that Kate wowed the public with on her wedding day in April this year.
LEVETT. THE MUM WHO MAKES EVERYTHING OUT OF BALLOONS - INCLUDING KATE MIDDLETONS' WEDDING DRESS.
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THIS is the brave little girl who has taken her first steps after losing both her legs to meningitis before she could even walk. Little two year old Alissa Taylor has astounded her parents with her bravery by taking her first steps on her prosthetic legs. She wasn’t expected to survive the killer brain bug, but she amazed doctors when she managed to pull through. She touched the doctors hearts so much by her plight that they even managed to make her a pair of tiny wooden feet to put on the end of her new legs. Her father Manuel, 25, a menswear sales manager, said: ‘Alissa is a real little fighter and we are so proud of her. ‘She touched the hearts of everyone she met in hospital. She has just started taking her first steps and she is being so brave about it. ‘She hadn’t started to walk before getting meningitis so she doesn’t know what it is like to walk on her own legs. Walking on prosthetic limbs is the only thing she will ever know.’
CHOWDHURY. BRAVE MENINIGITIS GIRL, TWO, TAKES FIRST STEPS ON NEW LEGS.
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WHEN doctors reassured Jennifer Foreman that her unborn baby wouldn’t weigh more than 8Ibs she trusted their judgement. Despite her putting on a staggering five stone during her pregnancy, she was told that the baby weighed an average size. When she went into labour she heard a cracking sound in her back and told doctors she feared the baby was too big to deliver. But she carried on delivering the baby naturally - and after a six hour labour she has given birth to one of Britain’s biggest ever babies.
FOREMAN. MUM GIVES BIRTH NATURALLY TO HUGE BABY WEIGHING 13IB2
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WHEN Pamela Sutherland fell pregnant with twins, she was worried that people wouldn’t be able to tell them apart. But as soon as they were born, she and husband Barry knew that it wasn’t going to be a problem. Because at 8Ib1, twin Daisy dwarfed her sister Poppy, who weighed in at just 5Ib7, when they were born at Elgin Maternity Hospital five weeks ago.
SUTHERLAND. TWIN THAT WAS BORN NEARLY TWICE AS BIG AS HER TWIN SISTER.
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STRUCK down by a devastating stroke this is the mother who is locked in her own body. She can see, hear and think normally - but Nicola Watson can only communicate with her family by operating a computer with a switch that she can knock with the side of her head. The mum of two has a rare condition known as locked-in syndrome, which has left her almost totally paralysed. It was triggered by a stroke in July 2009, when she collapsed at the family home in Carlisle.
WATSON.  THE MUM OF TWO WHO IS LOCKED IN HER OWN BODY.
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THIS is the remarkable recovery of the human ‘Tortoise’ boy. Brave Ethan Henderson spent months in a full body plaster cast after a major operation to straighten his spine which if left untreated, would have paralysed him. The hard plaster cast shell cast has now helped little Ethan’s spine after it had started to curve at a dangerous 42 degrees. The operation risked paralysing him, but his mother Angela Henderson knew there was no option but to have the eight hour surgery to fit metal rods and pins to straighten his spine. After spending three months in the plaster cast shell, Ethan, three, can now stand tall and run around like any normal little boy.
Henderson .THIS is the remarkable recovery of the human Tortoise boy
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A SCHOOLGIRL who was nicknamed ‘The Little Helper’ has saved the lives of five people after her parents made the brave decision to donate her organs. Karis May Darling was just 12 years old when she died in April after contracting a bug called Streptococcus A which can develop into meningitis. Her grieving family decided to donate her heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas, as they knew it was what the kind-hearted youngster would have wanted.
Darling .The Little Helper. has saved the lives of five people .
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