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Malta backtracks over return of Prince George’s shark tooth

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Malta has made a swift U-turn over its decision to seek the return of a giant shark tooth presented to Prince George by Sir David Attenborough.
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An elderly fossil hunter who amazingly collected more than 8,000 valuable prehistoric remains dating back millions of years is facing jail.The subject of ownership of fossils has come to the fore of late after David Attenborough publicly gave Prince George a 23-million-year-old fossilised tooth from...

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