National Geographic : 1920 Aug
Photographs by E. F . Guiton ONE OF THE TWO MOUSTERIAN CAVES RECENTLY FOUND ON THE ISLAND OF JERSEY The remains unearthed here prove that the primitive mammoth, the great Irish elk, the reindeer, the woolly rhinoceros, and the cave hyena once inhabited the Channel Islands (see text, page 143). This cave contained the remains of man (Neanderthal), known as Homo Bre ladensis. A CAVE ON THE NORTH COAST OFJERSEY SHOWING FORMER LEVELS OFTHE SEA Two levels of raisedbeaches areleft, now much above thepresent highest tide. The currents areoften dangerous tonavigation among the islands, which arerelated geologically totheneighboring main land of Normandy. Raised beaches aretobeseen atseveral points in the islands.