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Coygan Cave is an important archaeological site. Not only did it provide evidence, in the shape of stone tools, for the presence of late neanderthal people, but it also produced a vast quantity of fossilised animal bones from ice age fauna such as reindeer, woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, and cave bear; all presumably scavenged by hyaenas, the cave's later inhabitants.

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