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Bird bones from Soldier's Hole, Cheddar, Somerset (UBSS Proceedings v.18(2))

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Harrison,C.J.O., 1988. Bird bones from Soldier's Hole, Cheddar, Somerset. UBSS Proceedings, 18(2) , pp 258-264 Download PDF.

Abstract: Fresh study of the fossil birds from Soldier's Hole, Cheddar, confirms the importance of this collection with a British Late Pleistocene context. The birds allow valuable insights as to the local environment both in Middle or early Late Devensian time and more especially during the Lateglacial.

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