Caught on camera: fisherman helps stingray give birth
A fisherman turned midwife after he helped deliver a pregnant stingray’s pups seconds after catching it. Calvin Conger, 18, was about to use the ray as shark bait when he noticed another stinger sticking out of it. His father, Terry Conger, instinctively pushed down on it, and they all watched on as a baby stingray popped out. Calvin’s mother, Valerie Conger, caught the incredible moment on camera, while his girlfriend, Hannah Harris, cooed in the background. Calvin was out fishing with his family in Port Charlotte, Florida when the incredible event occurred. All three stingrays were released into the water after the amazing ordeal that lasted only a few minutes.
Footage: Calvin Conger, Producer: Samantha Grillo, Editor: Ian Phillips.
Meet Amazon Amanda - the 6ft 3 ins, 20 stone model who is paid to dwarf men. Amanda, 38, is a big hit with guys who like being squashed, crushed, wrestled or simply seen out in public with super-sized women. After growing too big to be a mainstream model, Amanda discovered a subculture where she could put her natural assets to good use. With 63 inch hips and a 44DD bust Amanda is worshipped by amazon fans all over the world. And shockingly she was once asked to crush a terminally ill client to death - so he could die doing what he loves. Despite the suggestive nature of her work Amanda insists nothing sexual ever takes place between her and her clients.
Videographer / Director: Ruaridh Connellan, Producer: Jack McKay, Editor: Sonya Estal / Ian Phillips.
A YouTube user in Australia sprayed a hughe spider with bug spray in his house, only to see this huge parasitic worm crawl out. Have you ever seen anything like this before?
Courtesy of YouTube user Baskwith ( http://www.youtube.com/baskwith ) Watch the orginal video here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E5vUUtSWT4
This month Bing is handing over their homepage to a marine conservation organisation called Bite Back. Their mission is to halt the trade and consumption of vulnerable fish species and promote sustainable fishing, protect ocean habitats and inspire worldwide respect for the marine environment. Visit Bing.com to check out today’s homepage. If you want to find out more about today’s charity and how you can nominate one to appear on Bing next month visit www.bing.com/helpyourbritain.
Bing UK has handed over its homepage to The Jubilee Sailing Trust, a registered charity whose mission is to promote the integration of people of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of sailing tall ships on the open sea.
As part of their on-going charity initiative, Bing is featuring the Kent Surrey & Sussex Ambulance Trust this month.
It is a registered charity established to help sick and injured people in South East England and surrounding areas by providing a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS). Responding swiftly to 999 calls, the Air Ambulance can deliver a highly skilled team of Specialist Doctors and Critical Care Paramedics to the patient at the scene. It costs £5 million per year to keep the service running; this money is raised almost entirely via voluntary donations.