The deer horn and skull found dating back 4,000 years will help scientists better understand the ecosystem and the environment as well as the cause of the deer's death.
A deer horn dating back more than 4,000 years was discovered by chance on the coast of Wales a few days ago.
Two guests walking on the beach accidentally found the giant horn lying on the sand in the beach of Borth, Wales. This is where many archaeological sites exist.
The 1.2m deer horn is a male living in a nearby forest before being sunk several meters high in Cardigan Bay. This coast in 2014 also appeared a lot of oak trees and red pine after a storm overflowed, revealing many precious artifacts.
Currently, deer horns are being studied by University of Wales archaeologists Trinity St.David."This is a great discovery that will help science better understand the natural environment and ecosystem of 4,000 years ago," said lead researcher Dr. Martin Bates .
Dr. Bates believed that the once buried forest was between 6,000 and 4,000 years ago, when the first British farmers began to appear to replace the nomadic, hunting lifestyle.
Ros Coard said: "This deer is at the most mature and prolific age of physical strength . " With the horns and skulls found, scientists will soon find out what causes the deer to die.