British found ancient grave was not human
The discovery more than 130 years.
Retired Sid Saunders of East Sussex, walking in the woods, stumbled upon a small strange stone. At first he thought it was just a piece of concrete, but looking more closely, I discovered that before him an old gravestone.
A Man Finds 130-Year-Old Tombstone In The Woods, Cleans It And Finds An Adorable Message On It https://t.co/vHyjHQHbUS pic.twitter.com/tGET5TJiFD
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Who is buried in this place, Saunders could not understand — it was necessary to clean the stone. When he returned the next day, we were surprised to find that a small monument of the 19th century does not belong to man, and the rabbit.
A Man Finds 130-Year-Old Tombstone In The Woods, Cleans It And Finds An Adorable Message On It pic.twitter.com/o9c8xrKSiT
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Apparently, the rabbit was full and beloved member of the family that was taken care of. And he lived this very long rabbit life as 13 years.
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