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至尊娱乐真人-每日新闻播报(October 21)

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至尊娱乐真人-每日新闻播报(October 21)

至尊娱乐真人,chinese photographer bao yongqing's picture the moment, taken on the qinghai-tibet plateau, has won the natural history museum's wildlife photographer of the year competition. the result was announced in london. [bao yongqing/wildlife photographer of the year]

>wildlife photo of the year



wheeling round, a look of utter shock on its face, a marmot jumps in fright after a fox sneaks up behind it.


the split-second encounter between prey and predator – called the moment – has won the man who captured it the title of wildlife photographer of the year, which is developed and produced by the natural history museum, in london. photographer bao yongqing took the picture on a meadow in china's qilian mountains national nature reserve, beating 48,000 entries from 100 countries.


"photographically, it is quite simply the perfect moment," said roz kidman cox, the chair of the judging panel.


"to have captured such a powerful interaction between a tibetan fox and a marmot - two species key to the ecology of this high-grassland region –is extraordinary."


astronaut stephen k. robinson, sts-114 mission specialist, anchored to a foot restraint on the international space station's canadarm2, participates in the mission's third session of extravehicular activity (eva) august 3, 2005. flickr/ scott kelly / nasa

>3d printer makes meat in space


the prospect of astronauts tucking into a roast dinner has grown slightly closer after a successful experiment used a 3d printer to create meat on the international space station.


the bioprinter produced beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnetic fields in microgravity, a russian medical technology company involved in the experiment said.


astronauts eat meat on board that is vacuum-packed or dried on earth but this technology could ultimately be necessary for long voyages into deep space, said veteran cosmonaut oleg kononenko.


"it's one small nibble for man, one giant bite for mankind," said yusef khesuani of 3d bioprinting solutions, the russian laboratory that created the bioprinter.


eimi haga. [screenshot/bbc]

>ninja student gets top marks


a japanese student of ninja history who handed in a blank paper was given top marks - after her professor realized the essay was written in invisible ink.


eimi haga followed the ninja technique of "aburidashi", spending hours soaking and crushing soybeans to make the ink.


the words appeared when her professor heated the paper over his gas stove.


"it is something i learned through a book when i was little," haga said. "i just hoped that no-one would come up with the same idea."


the professor, yuji yamada, said he was "surprised" when he saw the essay.


"i had seen such reports written in code, but never seen one done in aburidashi," he said.


olivia colman, winner of best actress- motion picture, musical or comedy, accepts her award at the 76th golden globe awards show at beverly hills in the us on sunday. [photo/agencies]

>pilfering from the palace


oscar-winning actress olivia colman has revealed that she and her husband stole a toilet roll from buckingham palace when they visited for a charity event.


the 45-year-old plays the british queen in the long-awaited new series of netflix's "the crown", due out next month, which covers the period from 1964 to 1977.


and colman now joins the ranks of celebrities connected to the pilfering of items from the monarch's london home, including spice girl emma bunton, who made off with a sign from the ladies, and tv presenter denise van outen, who snatched an ashtray and tissue-box holder.


more serious thefts faced by buckingham palace include the disappearance of the monarch's silver cutlery after a 60-guest garden party was interrupted by bad weather in 2012.


another is the robbery of a £350,000 adriaen van ostade painting by a member of the palace staff.


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