Gb, Prince George receives a shark tooth from the dinosaur era as a gift





In the photo published on the official page of Kensington Palace, Prince George appears super excited as he wields the mega prehistoric fossil.

Even his father William and his younger brother Louis seem particularly satisfied with the original gift: the tooth of one of the most ferocious predators of the seas, which was then extinct. The tooth had been recovered by Sir Attenbourough, the UK’s most popular science journalist, in Malta in the 1960s. It had been hidden under the island’s limestone soil for some 23 million years, at the time of the Miocene.

Now it will end up in the playroom of the most famous minor noble in the West.

The collaboration between William of England and David Attenborough has been going on for some time. Now, the documentarian is out with his latest work: “A life on our planet” and has invited the family to a private preview at his residence.

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