We're often used to hearing about works of art selling for great sums at auctions - but a most unusual lot has just gone under the hammer in Sussex. A diplodocus/or diplodocus fossil, that's 150 million years old, was sold to the highest bidder.
It was predicted to go for over half a million pounds - so what did the new owner pay - and who on earth bought it? Charlotte Wilkins has been to find out.
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