Prince George captivated by David Attenborough’s shark teeth in honorable new pictures

Prince George captivated by David Attenborough's shark teeth in honorable new pictures

Prince George was inspired by the 23 million year old shark tooth that Sir David Attenborough gave him.

The young prince was photographed handling fossilized teeth from the extinct Carcharoclis megalodon – one of the most feared hunters with a sword at sea – and looked funny.

At Kennington Palace, William, Kate, both 38, Prince George, Seven, Princess Charlotte, and two-year-old Lewis were brought together, along with 94-year-old Sir David Dant.

It took place in the palace grounds – attended by Duke Camf Cambridge with his new environmental documentary observation.

William and Pte Broadcaster watched A Life Our Not Our Planet, a revealing and powerful first-hand account in which Sir David reflects both as a naturalist on the defining moments of his life and the devastating changes he witnessed.

Prince George captivated by giant shark teeth given by Sir David Attenborough

Socially isolated in the open air, the Duke Camf of Cambridge and Sir David were offered the director’s chair, whose names were printed on the back – but instead of the plan they sat in each other’s seats.

After the screening on Thursday, the 94-year-old broadcaster chatted with William, Kate and their three children George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Lewis.

In the famous clips of the documentary he wanders in Rwanda with baby gorillas, Sun: Reports.

William interviewed Sir David at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last year, and during the discussion the broadcaster warned that humanity needs to act so that they do not “destroy part of the natural world.”

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Sir David Attenborough with the Duke of Cambridge

With the zeal to protect the natural world, men continue to support each other in their missions to meet some of the biggest environmental challenges facing the planet.

This includes working together on the William Earth Shot Prize, an ambitious global environmental project announced last December to combat climate issues.

More details about the prize are expected next week.

The giant shark tooth given to George was found by Sir David during a family holiday in Malta in the late 1960s.

Prince William presents the Overview Award to Sir David at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in 2016

It was embedded in the island’s soft yellow limestone, laid about 23 million years ago during the Miocene period.

Caracroclass megalodon is believed to grow to a length of 15 meters, which is twice the length of the great white shark.

David Attenborough: A Life Our Not Our Planet, produced by WWF and Silverback Films, premieres in theaters on Monday and will air on Netflix on October 4.

Along with this a book has been published on 1st October.

Sir David joined Instagram this week, reaching more than a million followers in just a few hours.

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