Notes: "[Gough's Cave] contained skeletal remains of both humans and animals, all showing cut-marks and breakage consistent with de-fleshing and eating. Skull fragments, representing from 5 to 7 humans, including a young child of about 3 years and two adolescents [sic]. The brain cases appear to have been prepared as drinking cups or containers, a tradition found in other Magdalenian sites across Europe." Source: Wikipedia.
In 1903, the remains of Cheddar Man, "Britain's oldest complete human skeleton," was discovered in Gough's Cave. "A 13,000-year-old carving discovered in [the cave] is being hailed as one of the most significant examples of prehistoric art ever found in Britain," according to the Daily Mail (2014).