A deep freeze dive! Amazing moment red fox plunges into snow while on the hunt for Christmas dinner

A deep freeze dive! Amazing moment red fox plunges nose first into snow while on the hunt for Christmas dinner | UPDATED: 18:53 GMT, 25 December 2012 He's a creature not to be outfoxed. In a series of stunning images, a red fox is pictured leaping four feet in the air before nose-diving into the snow in a bid to find mice and voles for Christmas dinner. The show of fervor and startling accuracy came after the fox prowled around the snow-covered ground at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming to track sounds of rodents beneath.

Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside "popular" patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yard

Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside 'popular' patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yardBonne Bouche in central London was infested with rats, council officers foundA decaying rat corpse was found in the ceiling and droppings covered foodOwner fined 2,000 and ordered to pay 1,573 costs | UPDATED: 17:21 GMT, 13 December 2012 Health inspectors found raw sewage leaking into the yard of a rat-infested patisserie, a court heard. Bonne Bouche, a 'popular lunchtime destination', in Victoria, central London. was raided by Westminster City Council after complaints last year

African python devours wildebeest: shocking snaps show the reptile"s incredibly elastic jaws at work in the South African bush

Shocking moment an African python swallows an entire WILDEBEEST caught on camera for the first time Gruesome snaps catch largest-known prey eaten by African python The reptile stretched its incredible jaws round a hefty wildebeest calf Game reserve manager Rudi Hulshof 'speechless' at rare sighting | UPDATED: 20:35 GMT, 5 December 2012 This is the incredibly rare moment an African python was caught on camera trying to eat an entire wildebeest. The massive snake looked like its eyes were bigger than its belly when it was discovered in the South African bush swallowing the massive meal. It is thought to be the first time this behaviour has been caught on camera as the python – which can grow up to 16 foot – was believed to try for much smaller prey.