He must have been tanked up! Drunk hotel guest climbs into 12,000 litre aquarium for a swim

He must have been tanked up! Drunk hotel guest climbs into 12,000 litre aquarium for a swim The intoxicated guest was caught on film in upmarket hotel lobby Prankster, named only as Matt, was egged on by sniggering palsBut hotel staff were not amused and the fun was soon interrupted By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 11:56 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 14 February 2013 A drunk prankster has been caught on video going for a swim – in a hotel's tropical fish tank. The intoxicated guest was caught on film in the upmarket hotel lobby climbing fully-clothed into the 12,000-litre glass tank filled with exotic sealife.

I"m sorry mum! Flamingo chick is in trouble after getting his feathers muddy

I'm sorry mum! Flamingo chick is in trouble after getting his feathers muddy Two-week-old chick took first steps outside the nest in a reserve in CubaWildlife photographer Andrey Gudkov spent a day watching the pair bond | UPDATED: 23:37 GMT, 30 December 2012 Any mother would despair at seeing their child covered in mud. And this flamingo was no different.

Borarus Naevus: Luminous miniature is one of world"s tiniest fish

A 'walking' catfish, a bat out of Hell and one of the world's smallest fish: Creatures among 126 brand new species discovered Miniature borarus naevus fish is one of over 100 new species discovered in South-East Asia's Greater Mekong regionOther finds include a singing frog, a 'walking' catfish, and a sinister looking bat that has been named after the devilMany new species are struggling to survive in shrinking habitats, World Wide Fund for Nature has warned | UPDATED: 21:50 GMT, 18 December 2012 This dazzling miniature fish is one of over 100 weird and wonderful new species that have been discovered in South-East Asia – along with a singing frog, a 'walking' catfish, and a devilish looking bat. The borarus naevus fish, which measures just 2cm in length, was spotted off the coast of Surat Thani in southern Thailand, and is one of a host of new creatures found in the Greater Mekong region during the course of 2011.