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Science correspondent, BBC News
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Reconstructions of rare 125,000-year-old fossils made from 3D printing have been made after the originals were stolen from a cave in Devon two years ago.
A team of academics from around England, including the University of Birmingham, has worked to build replica fossils for the Joint Mitnor cave at Buckfastleigh.
The artefacts are replicas of 125,000-year-old fossilised animal bones, which were stolen two years ago.
A 10-year-old boy's stumble unearthed a prehistoric skull, which he then got the chance to help excavate.
The £1.5 million refurbishment includes a state-of-the-art learning space, renovated geology gallery and its first ever public toilets.