Caught on BeetleCam! Lions, elephants and buffalo pictured by ingenious crawling camera in African savannahThe cameras are used by Londoner Will Burrard-Lucas to capture imagesThe 29-year-old moved to Zambia for a year with his doctor wifeHas recently captured a leopard for the first time using BeetleCam | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 23 December 2012 Lazing about in the African sun, these lions have no idea their actions are being caught on BeetelCam. Because the remote-controlled camouflaged cameras is allowing Will Burrard-Lucas to capture intimate snaps of some of the continents most fearsome animals, without the risk of being savaged. The 29-year-old, from London, stands about 55 yards away before using a model aeroplane remote to deploy the homemade roving machines into the paths of lions, elephants and buffalo roaming on the plains of the South Luangwa National Park, in Zambia.
Mother cleared of killing four-month-old son who died after television set weighing five stone fell on his headNatalie McMillan was trying to watch a DVD when the TV fell on her four-month-old KianHe later died in hospital but she has been cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence McMilland and ex-partner Edward Hanratty now face sentencing for neglect PUBLISHED: 20:18 GMT, 20 December 2012 | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 20 December 2012 Accident Natalie McMillan who has been cleared of killing her four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' when a television weighing five stone dropped on his head A woman was today cleared of killing her four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' when a television weighing five stone dropped on his head. Kian McMillan was lying below on his changing mat and died a day later in hospital after the incident at his home in Burnley, Lancashire, on December 6 last year.
Father admits neglecting his four-month-old son who died after television weighing five stone dropped on his headKian McMillan died from 'catastrophic injuries' at home in Burnley last year Father Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the floor after taking drink and drugsMother Natalie McMillan, 25, also admits child neglect but denies manslaughter | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 19 December 2012 A father has admitted neglecting his four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' after a television fell on his head. Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the kitchen floor after taking a cocktail of drugs and drink when the child's mother's allegedly knocked over the TV set as she attempted to move it to plug in a scart lead and watch a DVD.
Mother, 21, charged over death of daughter, three, after body was found with serious internal injuries Partner Richard Green, 22, charged with Lia's murderNatalie Critchley will appear in court on Friday for preliminary hearingCouple called ambulance to their home after toddler became unwellBut their little 'princess' was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital | UPDATED: 19:09 GMT, 18 December 2012 'Princess': Lia Green was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital after she began feeling unwell at her parents' home A 21-year-old mother has been charged with causing or allowing the death of her three-year-old daughter, who was found with serious injuries to her internal organs. Natalie Critchley and her partner Richard Green, 22, called an ambulance to their 90,000 terraced home in Preston, Lancashire, after their daughter Lia Green began feeling unwell. Paramedics fought to save her life, but the toddler was pronounced dead on arrival at Royal Preston Hospital
Mother killed her four-month-old son while high on drugs by knocking TV onto his head as he lay below, court hearsCourt told that 25-yearold mother was high on heroin, Valium and alcohol Youngster suffered 'catastrophic' brain injuries day after tv toppled on him Father also accused of being high and faces child cruelty charges | UPDATED: 17:31 GMT, 10 December 2012 A mother who was high on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol killed her four-month-old son when she knocked a large television on to his head, a court has heard. Preston Crown Court was told that Natalie McMillan, 25, from Burnley in Lancashire had taken a mixture of heroin and Valium and was in no fit state to look after her son Kian when the incident happened. The youngster suffered 'catastrophic' brain injuries the day after the television toppled from a cupboard while he was resting on a mat on the floor of the family home last December.