A shark-loving 11-year-old cleaned up 24 east coast beaches in 24 hours to raise money for a marine conservation charity.
The litter-picking pair collected everything from plastic buckets to wet wipes on their quest to raise money for Bite Back, a charity that looks after shark welfare.
Max, who started at 11am in Skegness, Lincolnshire, and finished at 11am the following day in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, said: "My favourite part was being on the beach at night, even if it was a bit strange."
He added: "I think [sharks] are awesome and cool and more needs to be done to raise awareness about how they're misunderstood".
Max regularly takes on fundraising challenges and since 2018 has raised £4,000. In 2020 he cycled 31 miles in one day to raise over £1,300 for Crocodiles of the World.
Part of his inspiration comes from meeting TV presenter Steve Backshall, a patron for the Bite Back charity.
Dad Steve said: "It was very unusual and was definitely out of Max's comfort zone. It was quite eery on the beach on our own, it has to be said."
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