In U.K. schools the term 'cave dwellers' often arises. The question is where were all these caves?
- Anonymous10 months agoFavourite answer
The caves that were used for human habitation were largely in the South, from Kent through to Somerset and into Wales. As most of the country became uninhabitable in the Ice Age these sites tend to be the only ones with significant finds, but the expectation is that humans also lived in forests and other habitats.
- SumDudeLv 710 months ago
In their troglodyte minds.
- TavyLv 710 months ago
No it dosnt, you are exaggerating.
- Anonymous10 months ago
I went to a UK school. The term never came up once.