And Finally...

A short film celebrating the words of former president Nelson Mandela is being screened on electronic billboards in New York's Times Square.
Biologists have discovered that a certain type of reef-dwelling predator fish make "referential gestures" to hunting mates, to maximise their chances of finding prey to eat.
A robot has discovered three ancient chambers in the last stretch of an unexplored tunnel at Mexico's famed Teo-ti-hua-can temple complex.
Have a look at images of blasts and quakes that rocked the world this past week.
A rare piece of shipping history, the four-masted sailing ship the Sedov, returned to Cape Town on Monday.
A week-old white rhino weighing 155 kilograms watches an older rhino rolling over in the mud and then copies its actions.
A new study shows that more black, coloured, and Indian South Africans speak Afrikaans at home than white South Africans.
The Swedish manager of an Austrian hotel was trapped in a faulty lift for four days before a bread delivery man heard his cries for help on Friday.
For all the feline fans, here is another cute cat video for you. Watch the adorable Rijka play after discovering the suction force of a vacuum cleaner.
The world's oldest person turned 116 as Japanese health chiefs launch a study to find out why he and many of those around him have lived so long.
Colin Huggins a Grand Piano Busker take his instrument anywhere there is a crowd.
This time-lapse video shows the Canadian sky lit up with Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights.
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