Photo has internet convinced that Greta Thunberg is a time traveller

Photo has internet convinced that Greta Thunberg is a time traveller

- A hilarious theory linked to time travel and climate activist Greta Thunberg is trending via social media

- A photo from 1898 has been circulating and one of the children in the image bares a strong resemblance to Thunberg

- The uncanny resemblance has made many suggest that the teenager has travelled through time to save the environment

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A young climate activist named Greta Thunberg has managed to get the attention of world leaders around the world for her bullish approach to saving the environment.

Thunberg famously orchestrated strikes on school every Friday for more than a year, in the name of protecting the environment.

Interestingly, the Swedish youngster is at the centre of a comical conspiracy theory after an image taken 121 years ago was unearthed.

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The historic photo was taken by Eric Hegg in 1898 during the gold rush in the Klondike.

The photo features three young children who were working a rocker at one of the gold mines in the area.

One of the children in the photo bares a strong resemblance to Thunberg and this seems to have got social media talking.

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The uncanny resemblance sparked numerous theories surrounding time travel and many believe the young activist has travelled through time to save the environment.

The theory has grown via Twitter and some creative tweeps have superimposed Thunberg's image over the original one.

HuffPost reported that Thunberg has such conviction in her beliefs that she's rejected thousands worth of prize money and even addressed the United Nations.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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