Badger hunting for food instead unearths ancient treasure

The badger only managed to unearth the handful of inedible metal discs.

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16/1/2022 1:01:00 PM

The badger only managed to unearth the handful of inedible metal discs.

The coins were likely dug up by a badger searching for food during the vast snowstorm​ which paralyzed Spain last year.

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