Butchered prehistoric animals found underneath London
Published on October 7th, 2011 | by Sevaan Franks0
The remains, found near Royal Oak station, include those of bison, deer and the auroch, a large ancestor of modern cattle.
Some of the bones appear to have small marks on them which may suggest butchery by humans.
They will now be cleaned and studied before they are incorporated into the Natural History Museum’s permanent collection.
Story: Juliet Eysenck, London Informer | Photo: London Informer