There's nothing like a bit of sun this bank holiday weekend to bring us out to soak up a few rays. One of our viewers, James Kitto came across this common lizard basking in the sunshine on a cliff in West Cornwall.
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A woman in Devon says she was left shocked after finding a lizard in a bunch of bananas
Gayle Thorne was unpacking the fruit from a shipment that had arrived at Riverford Organic Farm at Buckfastleigh when she made the discovery.
It's thought the stowaway could have travelled 7000 miles from its home in the Caribbean.
The tiny lizard is now being cared for at Paignton zoo where it'll spend six months in quarantine before being released into the Tropical House.
The falls follow an unprecedented period of wet weather in Cornwall, and the county council is urging walkers to take extra care. There are currently 18 footpath closures on the South West Coast Path alone, and many may still be closed during the holiday season.
The area from Lizard to the Tamar is the most badly affected.
A verdict of accidental death has been recorded after a holidaymaker fell down a cliff at the Lizard as he tried to take a photo.
54 year old Harry McCabe was found at the bottom of cliffs at Mullion Cove last May. His family saw the entire accident happen.
His widow Samantha told an inquest in Truro today there were no barriers where her husband fell. She has called for safety measures to be introduced.
An inquest will be held today into the death of a holidaymaker who fell near the Lizard last May. Harry McCabe was taking pictures at Mullion when he slipped. His wife and children watched him fall. His body was recovered by a cliff rescue team.
One person is missing after a vessel sunk 45 miles south of The Lizard. Two crew members were rescued by French coastguards early this morning. They are now being treated in a French hospital after being flown there by helicopter.
The vessel, Aquarius, had been on its way to Plymouth from Gibraltar. Relatives of the crew members have been informed.