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Pet Turtle Found At Għar Lapsi By Exterminator

Pet Turtle Found At Għar Lapsi By Exterminator
Jun 26 2023 Share

Taking to social media, Arnold Sciberras, also known as The Exterminator, picked up a turtle from Għar Lapsi which should not have been there. 

‘Does this beautiful specimen belong roaming around at Għar Lapsi? Heck no’, wrote the biologist. 

‘This is one of the countless terrapins we saved and protected the local diversity from. Keep your pets at home’ the post ended. 

The photo shows what seems to be a yellow bellied slider, a land and water turtle which is normally kept as a pet. The reptile was found in the Lapsi area, despite not being typical salt water turtles. 

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Khaby Lame Plays Alongside Ronaldinho For Charity Event

Khaby Lame Plays Alongside Ronaldinho For Charity Event
Jun 26 2023 Share

World famous TikTok and social media star Khaby Lame took a cross to the face by legendary Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho during a charity match at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando. 

The match featured many former and current footballers, including Vinicius Jr, Paulo Dybala, Rivaldo, Rani, Roberto Carlos and, of course, Ronaldinho. 

 

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Apart from multiple fan invasions and torrential rains, the Senegalese-born Italian social media artist caught the Ronaldinho’s diagonal cross with his face, with the video going viral. 

The TikTok star currently has around 160 million followers on the platform, and reacted to the incident with a very familiar reaction – the same reaction which earned him social media fame in the first place. 

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Eliminated Islanders Join Finalists For Big Day & After Party

Eliminated Islanders Join Finalists For Big Day & After Party
Jun 26 2023 Share

After the winners of Love Island Malta were announced, who, in case you’ve been living under a rock, were Allen and Chelsea, the eliminated islanders re-entered the villa for the big day and an after party.

 

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The finalist couples, which also included second place Gabby and Sven, third place Kyle and Marie Christine and fourth place Dale and Nicola, were joined by the islanders who formed part of their journey for the past 6 weeks. 

 

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A story uploaded by Nate, previous contestants Michela, Seb, Cruyff, Mimi and Soulayma can all be seen back in the villa enjoying the last few moments for the after party. 

Andriy and Timmy were also present as can be seen in other stories shared to social media by other contestants.  

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The Boy Tackling Illegal Dumping In Malta’s Seas

The Boy Tackling Illegal Dumping In Malta's Seas
Jun 26 2023 Share

Benjamin Calleja Falzon is a young De la Salle College student who just finished year 6, and through his new project is tackling illegal dumping in the Maltese islands, especially tiles in the sea!

Through his school, Benjamin had the opportunity to join the ‘Young Reporters for the Environment Malta,’ which is a global platform which encourages and teaches 11 to 25 year olds all about environmental contribution. 

Ben focused his attention on illegal dumping, specifically tiles in our ocean. 

‘His mission is to spread awareness on the subject of illegal dumping and hope to insure others to start doing simple things to help protect the earth’.

Taking to Paradise Bay, with the help of NGO Żibel providing supplies for the clean-up, he was surprised by the amount of micro plastics he found, prompting him to go back and clean up. 

Through a Facebook page, he promoted the event and assembled a small group of children and adults to clean up the bay and successfully collected and correctly disposed of 4 large bags of litter. 

This was his first organised beach clean up, but he plans on doing more in the future. If you wish to support Benjamin, make sure to follow his Tiles From The Ocean Page for further clean ups!

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