Shocking remains of animals apparently eaten at Tampines quarry

Shocking remains of animals apparently eaten at Tampines quarry

SINGAPORE - What looked like the remnants of a caveman's meal were found at a Tampines quarry.

A Singaporean, who stumbled upon the puzzling leftovers, said he found the remains of creatures like turtles, fish and even dogs scattered on the ground. Some were hung on trees.

Informing Stomp citizen website about his encounters, he believed it could be workers' hunting the animals with home-made tools and then consuming them subsequently.

"The workers hunted the animals with self-made spears and traps. They even made a smoking hut for the creatures they hunted," said the man who had been visiting the quarry in the past three months.

"Bones of dogs and turtle head can be seen on the ground. I suspect that they have been eating the animals, even the dogs. If not, why are the animal remains located so near each other?," he asked.

chenj@sph.com.sg


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