“’These remains confirm that the deposits date to a warm period of climate around 420,000 years ago, the so-called Hoxnian interglacial, when the climate was probably slightly warmer than the present day. “
Those darn SUVs
"...deposits containing the elephant remains, along with numerous flint tools and a range of other species such as; wild aurochs, extinct forms of rhinoceros and lion, Barbary macaque, beaver, rabbit, various forms of vole and shrew, and a diverse..."
As far as I know rhinoceros, lion and elephant are traditionally found south of the equator in a land called Africa, a very long way south of Kent, England. Considering we are talking about 420,000BCE, we cannot use Rome as an excuse, or any other "modern" civilization.
Elephant I can handle, but how did rhinoceros and lion bones find their way so very far north?
Those evil humans.
What species of hominin was in Englad 450,000 years ago? Weird, I have only thought modern humans have been found there.
I knew they had to be white europeans without even clicking on the article.
the noble savage wouldn’t do such things!
They'd better hope there's something to this globull warming.