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From kissing sea lions to daredevil stunts on the London Eye, we take a look at the most bizarre pictures doing the rounds this week.
Things are hotting up for Jonathan Goodwin. The British daredevil attempts to escape from his straitjacket as he hangs high in the air from a burning rope on the EDF Energy London Eye.
On top of the world! This photo of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is cleverly positioned so that it looks as though Victoria, The Winged Goddess of Victory is riding her horses over the world. Don't worry though, it's only an inflatable globe really!
The sun has got his hat on. And these two are certainly making the most of the first rays of sunshine this year in Germany. Wish we were there…
Spot the difference? These are the three versions of the white vestments made by Roman tailor 'Gammerelli' for the new Pope.
What an incredible feat! Professor Sethu Vijayakumar shows off the Touch iLIMB bionic hand at the Masterpieces III exhibition in Scotland. Truly a work of modern art.
Laura Gould puts the iLIMB bionic hand into action. She leans over an archived book showing how muscles and limbs work by William Harvey.
Is it just us, or does this sculpture look a bit like a giant tea-bag? Cuppa anyone?
It's time to go on a diet for poor Biscuit. He's grown to an incredible 37 pounds, that's a whopping two-and-a-half times the size of a normal cat! But his shelter are now closely monitoring what the obese feline eats and he's definitely having his snacks cut down. Picture: Photoshot
We noticed something fishy about this photo! This bizarre chap is a Zeus Faber Eyemouth fish who lives in Berwickshire. Picture: Photoshot
'You put your left foot in, your left foot out, in out, in out, shake it all about'. These young villagers put their best foot forward as they practice the famous Irish stepdancing Riverdance in Beijing, China . Picture: Photoshot
Give us a kiss! Trainer Cao Junzheng plays with the five-year-old sea lion Ao Yun and teaches him some fun tricks in a circus in Shanghai, China. Picture: Photoshot
Like peas in a pod. Trainer Zhang Yubin poses in the same crossed legged position as his eight-year-old monkey Jin Jin in a circus in China. Picture: Photoshot
The new Adidas trainer known as the 'energy-boost' and it's flexible sole are presented during the company's financial statement press conference.
An Indonesian dancer adds more than a splash of colour in her amazing costume, at the opening ceremony for the World Travel Trade Show in Berlin.
It's all aboard in Britain's first ever full-size reconstructed sea-going Bronze Age boat. The crew paddle her out to sea near to the National Maritime Museum as she makes her maiden voyage in Falmouth.
Carved figures including the terrifying 'Dacre Bull' are displayed during a press preview of the Victoria and Albert Museum's new exhibit. Well, they certainly gave us a bit of a fright!