The 100ft-long holiday home that looks like it is about to topple over the hillside

Balancing Barn at Suffolk nature reserve appears to teeter on hillside’s edge but really it’s as safe as houses The 100ft-long hotel teeters over the edge of a mound near the Suffolk coast The holiday home is owned by non-profit rental firm Living Architecture By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:53 GMT, 18 March 2013 This building may look like a health and safety nightmare, teetering over the edge of a hillside. But the Balancing Barn is safe as houses. The 100ft-long hotel sits atop a mound of earth near a Suffolk nature reserve and even has a swing dangling below its hanging end.

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.

Prince Harry expected to meet Cressida Bonas"s family at Sir Richard Branson"s son"s wedding

Prince Harry expected to meet Cressida's family at Sir Richard Branson's son's wedding Prince Harry was invited to Sam Branson's wedding to Cressida's half-sister IsabellaThe couple recently enjoyed a romantic break skiing in SwitzerlandPrincesses Beatrice and Eugenie are also expected to attend By Rebecca English And Louise Eccles PUBLISHED: 01:55 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:01 GMT, 22 February 2013 Prince Harry is set to seal his romance with girlfriend Cressida Bonas when she introduces him to her family at a wedding in South Africa. The third in line to the throne, who was yesterday pictured for the first time in a loving embrace with the 24-year-old dance student during a ski holiday in Switzerland, is understood to have been invited to attend the lavish nuptials of her half-sister Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, to tycoon Sir Richard Branson’s son, Sam, at his private game reserve near the Kruger National Park in two weeks’ time. Harry, 28, is already due to fly out to Africa next week on a three day-visit to Lesotho with his charity, Sentebale.

President Obama named as Time"s "Person of the Year"

President Obama named as TIME magazine's 'Person of the Year' for the second time in four years TIME: 'Obama is the beneficiary and author of a new America' | UPDATED: 17:42 GMT, 19 December 2012 Iconic: President Barack Obama has been named as Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2012 President Barack Obama has been named TIME's Person of the Year for 2012, allowing him the honour for the second time in four years. The magazine cited the president's historic re-election last month as symbolic of the nation's changing demographics amid the backdrop of high unemployment and other challenges. 'He's basically the beneficiary and the author of a kind of new America – a new demographic, a new cultural America that he is now the symbol of,' TIME editor Rick Stengel said as he announced the choice on the Today show on Wednesday.

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.

Moment lioness slows down fleeing antelope by launching herself on to its back

The buck stops here: Moment lioness slows down fleeing antelope by launching herself on to its back…Sadly, creature did not stand a chance after lion ambush at MalaMala game reserve in South Africa | UPDATED: 13:52 GMT, 3 December 2012 This is the incredible moment a brave antelope tried to shake off a hungry lioness – by trying to launch her into the air. The beast became the lion's prime target for dinner, after it ran directly into a hungry pride at the MalaMala game reserve, in South Africa. When the young lioness finally caught up with the panicking bull, he clearly wasn't about to give up without a fight – and tried to launch the lion through the air after putting in an almighty buck

Dying rhino leads calf to safety in final act of motherly love as game reserve poachers go on four-day killing spree in South Africa

Dying mother rhino leads her calf to farm lodge and safety after being attacked by poachers on killing spree in South AfricaPoachers kill eight rhino in four day killing spree in North West provinceIt left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across Finfoot Game ReserveFive men charged in connection with the massacre and due in courtBut game reserve staff say 'It's not “if”, it's “when”' poachers return | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 27 November 2012 A dying rhino summoned the strength to save her calf as poachers went on a killing spree on a game reserve in South Africa, keepers said today. The slaughter lasted between three and four days and left maggot-covered carcasses dotted across the landscape at the Finfoot Game Reserve near Sun City in North West province. Gamekeepers said after being shot at, the pride of the reserve named Longhorn realised she would die