LONDON (AP) — Former broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough has given Britain’s Prince George a broad shark teeth fossil after a non-public viewing of his new documentary at Kensington Palace.
Photos released by the palace showed the 7-yr-old prince attempting intrigued as he checked out the teeth from a carcharocles megalodon, a species that lived bigger than 3 million years within the past and became as soon as three cases the scale of original worthy white sharks.
Attenborough, 94, stumbled on the teeth all through a family holiday to Malta within the tiresome 1960s.
Attenborough, who spent his childhood gathering fossils and other natural specimens, visited the palace for a non-public viewing of his new environmental documentary with George’s father, Prince William.
The film, “David Attenborough: A Lifestyles on Our Planet,” is a non-public reflection on his profession as a naturalist and the adjustments he has seen within the natural world all through his lifetime.
Attenborough has been making nature documentaries since the 1950s and helped underscore the world likelihood posed by plastic ruin in his 2017 series “Blue Planet II.”
William is second in line to the British throne after his father, Prince Charles, and George is third in line.