Like most boys his age, Gabriel Muniz loves playing football, but unlike his teammates, the 11-year-old from Campos dos Goytacazes in Brazil doesn't have any feet. Despite being born with a limb deficiency called apodia, which meant his feet didn't develop, the youngster was determined to walk. Gabriel's mum Sandra said: 'He started to walk before he could talk at 10-months. It was incredible.' Soon he was kicking a ball around, joining the local football team at school and even winning medals. Most days Gabriel does try and wear prosthetic limbs, but when it comes to an all-important match, the boots are off and he's a force to be reckoned with. Gabriel not only impresses his family and friends with his ball skills, he's also caught the eye of the Barcelona football team and was invited to one of their training days to play against abled-bodied footballers. A new TV series follows the story of Gabriel's perseverance and sees him meeting his footballing hero Lionel Messi. The soccer-mad youngster is now determined to pursue his dream of becoming a professional player. Gabriel added: "The only thing I can't do is fly."
THESE adorable cubs are melting hearts with every mew - and are said to be America’s 'first ever liliger cubs’.The cute trio were born over November 29 and 30 to parent cats Simba, a male lion and Akara, a female liger. A liger is a cross-breed between a lion and a tiger. Animal handlers at the GW Interactive Zoo in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, say they are the first in the US after the world’s first were born in a Russian zoo last year. The GW Zoo is home to a number of exotic animals and is asking for donations to help with costs for animal care. Donations can be made at http://donateoklahoma.usza.us/ and the Zoo is also accepting Bitcoin donation.
Videographer / Director: GW Interactive Zoo
Producer: Liam Miller
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Definitely the cutest video you'll see all day! This adorable flower girl decides to pick up all of the flowers along the aisle, I guess she just wants to make sure nothing gets in the way of the bride.