In search of the mammoth: North Norfolk fossil-hunters reveal more fascinating finds

by Dave Sadler

As North Norfolk basks in one of the hottest weeks of the year, an amateur archaeologist believes he may have unearthed the site of a Stone Age barbecue.

Flint expert Russell Yeomans, from Gunton, revealed he has found what could be “a huge fire site” in West Runton – where one of the most complete skeletons of a mammoth ever discovered was unearthed in 1990.

He was on the beach when Dan Chamberlain, from Long Stratton, made the discovery of what is believed to be a lower leg of a mammoth in April this year.

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