THE Australian Government has poured $100 million into the search for MH370 wreckage.
Could it have been on land the whole time?
Malaysian authorities are investigating claims the missing plane could be in the heart of the Filipino jungle, after reports of aircraft wreckage found in Sugbay Island in Tawi Tawi.
According to news.com.au, a group of local teenagers were reportedly hunting for birds when they stumbled on the crashed aircraft in early September, complete with human skeletons in the pilot's chair and cabin and a piece of cloth said to be a Malaysian flag.
Sugbay Island is more than 5000 miles away from Reunion Island, where a flaperon belonging to the missing Boeing 777 was found washed ashore on July 29.
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