Speedgolf: accelerating the 'long walk spoiled'
Bridal fashion on display in Pakistan
Tourists' interest piqued by Czech 'ghost church'
More hopefuls make their bids to be Guinness World Record holders
Norwegian developer completes his timber skyscraper
Celebs enter London's Royal Albert Hall 'Hall of Fame'
Wizard of Oz Dorothy's "Ruby Slippers" recovered 13 years after theft
The Crimea zoo that lets you get up close and personal with lions
Scientists are studying biomarkers in the droppings of rhinos in an effort to save the species.
The building of high-tech smart farms is seen as a possible solution for improving sustainability in farming.
This year marks the fifteenth year in a row that Mexico has broken the Latin American record for the longest sandwich.
A Vespa made with a tree trunk also featured, although most competitors aimed to keep to the roots of the iconic brand, the curved forepart of the machine.
Dozens of bartenders across the Americas participated in the event, which kicked off the Pan American Cocktail Championships.
Competitors had to brave the Welsh weather, with downpours of rain throughout the event.
Buttercups, crocuses and even strawberries are among the 10,000 herbs growing over the 350 square metre wall on the hotel's exterior.
The "Bumblebee" character from the franchise "Transformers" and the flying house from the Pixar produced film "Up" were among the costumes in the skies.
London Zoo's largest animal, Eilish the giraffe, weighed 836kg while the smallest creatures are the leafcutter ants.
Every 100 metres representing one year of independence from the Soviet Union.
This Russian artist blends his passion for photography and woodwork to develop cameras with shells made of driftwood, pebbles and shells.