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14-year-old Danish boy Daniel Rom Kristensen is photographed on March 7, 2017 in front of debris from the wreck of a World War II aircraft, which Daniel and his father Klaus Kristensen found yesterday near Birkelse by Aabybro, in Northern Jutland.  
In the wreck there was also the body of the plane's pilot and some ammunition. The plane is a German fighter plane type ME 109 Messerschmidt from World War II. Daniel and Klaus Kristensen found the wreck with a metal dectector in a bog.  / AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / Henning Bagger / Denmark OUT        (Photo credit should read HENNING BAGGER/AFP/Getty Images)
14-year-old Danish boy Daniel Rom Kristensen is photographed on March 7, 2017 in front of debris from the wreck of a World War II aircraft, which Daniel and his father Klaus Kristensen found yesterday near Birkelse by Aabybro, in Northern Jutland.  
In the wreck there was also the body of the plane's pilot and some ammunition. The plane is a German fighter plane type ME 109 Messerschmidt from World War II. Daniel and Klaus Kristensen found the wreck with a metal dectector in a bog.  / AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / Henning Bagger / Denmark OUT        (Photo credit should read HENNING BAGGER/AFP/Getty Images)

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