A huge truffle that was found by a dog in woods in Italy has reached a record price at an auction that took place in three countries at the same time!
The edible delicacy weighs in at 1.5kg, nearly as much as a bag of sugar, and fetched £165,000.
Luciano Savini and his son found the highly-prized fungus after it was dug up by his truffle-seeking dog, Rocco. It was bought by a billionaire businessman Stanley Ho - and all the money was given to charity!
Mr Savini said he was overwhelmed by the high price paid for his discovery.
He said: "The biggest truffle of the century and the most expensive truffle of the century. There are no more words to say - it is all very beautiful."
The previous auction record was set only in November when a white truffle fetched £103,000 in Hong Kong.