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North Yorkshire's extinct rhinos go online

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Ancient animal bones from a cave in North Yorkshire are to go on display in a 'virtual museum' more than a century after they were found.

The bones include the remains of rhinos, bears and hyenas.

Some of them are more than 100,000 years old, when these creatures roamed northern England.

A team of archaeologists hopes to transform the site and take the discoveries online.

Watch Martin's report to find out more...