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Weird, wonderful and Welsh: 20 stories from 2013

A rare albino jackdaw was spotted at Aberglasney in Carmarthenshire Credit: Aberglasney Gardens
We helped reunite a group of children to reconstruct this photo 50 years on
We met 60kg Leonberger Sally. She went on a diet to help her find a new owner
ISS Commander Chris Hadfield tweeted spectacular photos of Wales from orbit Credit: @Cmdr_Hadfield
Wogan the cat was the culprit behind the disappearance of washing from lines in a Carmarthenshire village
We met a student from Aberystwyth who designed a tiny camera with a fisheye lens to pay his student debt
A Rhondda man celebrated breeding two golden eagles in captivity Credit: Raptor Watch Wales
Army experts helped move the ancient Garreg Ateb stone to the top of a hill in Flintshire
Staff at Parc Prison got a surprise when they discovered a cat had managed to give birth to six kittens in a prison van Credit: Sue Dobbs
A shed in a Machynlleth was named 'Shed of the Year' Credit: Mischiefpr
Ozzy the dog entered the record books for his tightrope prowess
The Ty Coch Inn on the Llyn Peninsula was named the third best beach bar in the world
92-year-old Eileen Williams fulfilled a life-long ambition by abseiling down the side of a church in Pembroke Dock
People from 55 countries attempted to set a record for the most diverse Nativity play
Meet Ffion, Maddison and Paige Gilbert - from Pontypool. Their parents beat odds of 160,000 to 1 to have identical triplets
Wales' oldest oak tree - the Pontfadog Oak - was felled by high winds
A camel race was held at Chepstow Racecourse for the first time
James Howells searched a Newport rubbish tip for his old computer - containing millions of pounds worth of the virtual Bitcoin currency
A teddy abandoned at Bristol Airport in February last year was owned by a family from Abergavenny in South Wales nearly a century ago
Spice the labrador was rescued by a lifeboat after falling from a cliff in Stackpole Credit: Wales News Service

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