Prince George can still keep the shark tooth


The tooth is said to be about 23 million years old and, according to Herrera, belonged to a local museum and not to Prince George’s nursery at Kensington Palace. The minister announced on Monday that he would take the necessary steps to retrieve the tooth. However, a spokesman said on Tuesday that Herrera is leaving the matter alone. He also likely had no legal basis for his claim, according to the Times of Malta.

The minister had received a lot of scorn in his own country because there are more important issues that the government of Malta should be concerned about, such as corruption. According to David Attenborough, Prince George had been delighted with his gift. “He asked what it was. How big it was and so on. He was very interested. He seemed to like it very much. He is very interested in fossils.”

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