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In Case Of Fire

HE'S LIKE AN EXTRA LARGE COTTON BALL http://t.co/yBAgrqVVwI

fluffy baby donkey http://t.co/nqovxSAuie

Little sleepers

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The ULTIMATE in cuteness! With our friends Zoey & Jasper of @thegracechon's feed, we're hosting #DOIkids - a search to celebrate kids and their canine companions! Why? Because what's cuter than a cute dog? A cute dog with a cute kid! We'll be on the lookout for photos of kids with their beloved pups that make our hearts melt! To participate

lazy red panda cub http://t.co/1cSOapFjD3

When you see your best friend for the first time in like forever. http://t.co/kDBbqIyh8I

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Now that's what we're talking about! Via AsapSCIENCE

Two happy little owls! http://t.co/86oJJOskWO

15 Excellent Examples of Animal Camouflage

Now you see them, now you don't. After showing you photographer Graham McGeorge's incredible photos of owls camouflaged within trees, we decided to scour the web to look for more animals that are masters of disguise. Which animals famously blend into their environment? Who are the chameleons, …

How darkness descended over Europe in August 1914

On the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, historian Hew Strachan profiles Sir Edward Grey, whose words are behind a national commemoration<p>"The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our life”. In his 1925 memoirs, Sir Edward Grey said that he could …

First World War centenary: how the events of August 2 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4 1914. In the second part of a four-day series, we document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p><i>Ever since 1892, when France and Russia had joined in military alliance, it was clear that four of the five signatories</i> …

August 3 1914: the countdown to cataclysm

Pre-war Edwardian Britain was not a happy place. Millions lived in overcrowded city slums, unable to earn enough to feed their families, Ireland was a tinderbox and suffragettes were dying<p>Everyone remembered the glorious summer before the outbreak of the First World War. The long golden days …

August 3 1914: the countdown to cataclysm across the world

The build-up to hostilities of the First World War was met with joy in Berlin, disinterest in France, disbelief in America and fear in Russia<p><b>GERMANY by Justin Huggler</b><p>Huge crowds poured through the streets of Berlin on 3 August, 1914. They were celebrating in Germany. Soldiers marched through the …

WW1 centenary: how the events of August 4 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4 1914. We document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p>The outbreak of war in 1914 is not an Agatha Christie drama at the end of which we will discover the culprit standing over a corpse in the conservatory with a …

August 5 1914: The nightmare begins – with some patriotic fervour and rocketing prices

The 4am edition of The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday August 5 1914 may not have had news of war on its front page, but inside pages had plenty of news about the countdown to world war<p>There was nothing on the front page of the 4am edition of The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday August 5 1914 to tell the …

The start of the First World War was a seminal moment in modern history

It shaped almost every aspect of the world in which we now live – the first act in a drama that lasted until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991<p>The final weekend of peace was sunny and warm. On the Bank Holiday Monday, day trippers flocked to the most popular resorts, Blackpool and Brighton, …

The First World War still touches Britain

The lost lives we commemorate have added meaning in light of the troubles of today<p>Tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of Britain entering the First World War, a chance to remember the fallen at church services or at wreath layings across the country. In the evening, many Britons will be lighting a …

Hee haw: 'laughing animals' - in pictures

Look it can't ALL be about the NSA and teacher strikes ... Here are some important animal pictures to add to the mix