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Motorists delayed by 25 tons of melting Lion bars on A2 in Kent after...

London-bound drivers on the A2 in Kent suffered long waits after a lorry carrying the cargo burst into flames near the junction for the Bluewater shopping centre

Not so fast! T-rex was too heavy to run, scientists say

Scientists at the University of Manchester believe the sheer size and weight of the dinosaurs made running impossible, as their legs would have buckled and broken under the pressure of their heavy load

Couple become the first to marry in British Antarctic Territory after law change

Polar field guides Julie Baum and Tom Sylvester said their vows at the Rothera Research Station, which is almost 2,000 miles from the Falkland Islands, at the weekend

‘Indestructible’ eight-legged tardigrade will easily outlive humans

The tardigrade can live up to 30 years without food or water, can endure temperatures from close to absolute zero to 150C, and even survive in space

Man stuck in cash machine feeds ‘help’ notes through receipt slot

He became stuck when changing a lock to a room that leads to the back of the ATM, said police in Corpus Christi, Texas

Eels on wheels as 3,400kg fish truck overturns

Cars were left covered in slime following the accident, and photos from the local fire department showed eels on wheels

Got you covered? 300,000 umbrellas stolen in share scheme start-up

The business start-up aims to provide easy-access umbrellas for city folk to pick up from railings near bus stations and subways as they go about their day

Climate change could threaten the traditional British fish and chips

Species such as cod, one of the most common components of the traditional British dish, could be a fifth smaller by 2050

US Vice President Mike Pence mocks his own NASA blunder

The US Vice President visited Cape Canaveral in Florida and could not resist touching what was labelled as "critical space flight hardware"

Bear raids fridge and cupboards after breaking into Colorado home

The animal spent six hours inside the home of Chris O'Dubhraic, in Colorado Springs, as he slept upstairs unaware of what was happening below


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