Fighting for brotherly pride: Two lion cubs come to blows before breakfast

Fighting for brotherly pride: Two lion cubs come to blows before breakfast Alan Murray saw the tussle in the Phinda Game Reserve, South Africa The fight woke their sleeping siblings who piled in to calm things down By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 17:22 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:40 GMT, 10 March 2013 This is the moment a boisterous young lion tells his brother to shove off as he pushes him to the ground with his two front paws in a no-holds barred play fight. The two creatures woke early and finding themselves with nothing to do as the rest of the pride slept. They stalked one another before squaring up and lashing out.

Taking shelter from the storm: Photographs capture snail sitting on a leaf under what impromptu umbrella

Shelter from the storm: Photographs capture snail sitting on a leaf underneath an impromptu umbrella Pictures taken by amateur photographer Vyacheslav Mischenko in UkraineHe said the shots bear a resemblance to Monet's Woman With a Parasol By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:49 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 18 February 2013 They are not known as one of the world's prettiest creatures – but this snail is clearly more image-conscious, posing atop a leaf under a makeshift umbrella. The beautiful images capture the creature below a dew-covered flower, suggesting that it is not as fond of the rain as most snails, who normally flourish in damp conditions.

More than 60 people killed by airstrike in Syria as they queue for bread in a rebel stronghold

More than 60 people killed by an airstrike in Syria as they queue for bread at a bakery in a rebel strongholdRebels in Halfaya claim a government warplane targeted the civiliansBritain has condemned the attack and called for urgent end to violence PUBLISHED: 17:45 GMT, 24 December 2012 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 24 December 2012 More than 60 people are believed to have been killed by an airstrike as they queued to buy bread in a rebel-held town in Syria.

Punks, video games and kids just hanging out: How the Paparazzo of Peterborough documented life in town during the 70s and 80s

Punks, video games and kids just hanging out: How the Paparazzo of Peterborough documented life in town during the 70s and 80sAmateur photographer Chris Porsz, 59, took snaps to help ease stress of his jobPunk haircuts, flared jeans and early computers included in fascinating collection | UPDATED: 02:30 GMT, 12 December 2012 A group of 'psychobillies' – ex-punks, teds and skinheads – stare at a camera in a shopping arcade… the flat-top hairdo of one dyed a similar colour to the logo of a C&A store in the background. Elsewhere, young boys gaze longingly at chunky video games, such as Firefox and Scramble, in a computer shop.

Brother"s pride: Baby lion puts a paw around his sibling to play… but the cub is no mood for fun and pushes him away

Brother's pride: Baby lion puts a paw around his sibling to play… but the cub is no mood for fun and pushes him away | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 Everyone needs a bit of 'alone time' – even if you're a baby lion living in the middle of the African savannah

Moby Trick: "Fire-breathing" whale creates spectacular optical illusion in the sunset sky

Moby Trick: 'Fire-breathing' whale creates spectacular optical illusion in the sunset sky | UPDATED: 15:16 GMT, 6 December 2012 Like some dragon from the deep, a whale rises majestically to the surface and spouts a huge ball of fire from his blowhole. Of course this stunning image is really nothing more than an optical illusion as sunlight is refracted through the jet of moist air creating a orange glow

Ladies" man turned his seaside flat into a warehouse where police found 10,000 bottles of Liquid Love party drug made from "meow meow"…

Ladies' man turned his seaside flat into a warehouse where police found 10,000 bottles of Liquid Love party drug made from 'meow meow' and vodka Ben Brown, 21, mixed vodka with party drug mephedrone and sold it in bottles labelled 'Liquid Love' Lived a party lifestyle selling it to Blackpool clubbers Locked up after police raided his luxury flat in Lytham St Annes | UPDATED: 18:54 GMT, 30 November 2012 Lavish: Drug dealer Ben Brown, 21, sold thousands of bottles of his DIY drug 'liquid Love' to revellers on the Blackpool club scene to fund his lavish lifestyle A party-loving bodybuilder has been jailed after selling thousands of bottles of a party drug labelled 'Liquid Love' to clubbers to fund his lavish lifestyle. Ben Brown, 21, turned his luxury flat in Lytham St Annes into a drugs den where he mixed class B drug mephedrone with water, blue colouring and vodka to sell in 10 millilitre bottles. A fixture on the Blackpool club scene, the amateur boxer would then target stag and hen parties falsely claiming it was 'Ten Ten Liquid Love' – a lethal combination of the drugs ecstasy and GHB sold in Holland