If you’re wondering if rabbits eat wiskill, you’re not alone. In fact, skeletal remains of a rabbit were discovered in Haggs Brow Cave. These remains were analyzed by forensic scientists to learn more about the history of the past through bones.
skeletal remains of rabbit in Haggs Brow Cave
The skeletal remains of a rabbit have been discovered in Haggs Brow Cave in Yorkshire, UK. The cave was used by humans from around the 2nd to the 4th centuries AD for worship, storage, and craft work. Small mammals also used this cave during this time. The cave was most heavily excavated during the period of 1867 to 1978, although there have been further excavations in more recent years.