Of all the places fitting to live, given all its advantages and drawbacks, the neanderthals chose a cave on Hušnjak Hill. They took a liking to it.
The cave seemed safe, spacious, and – most importantly – a whole family could shelter itself inside, avoiding unfavourable weather conditions and other dangers lurking all around. Hunters were also satisfied with what they found. The hills were forested, and the forests inhabited by animals and rich in nourishing berries. Besides these berry fruits, other foods were also present in abundance, for if this were not the case, the people would probably not stay long, but instead move on further in search of a more suitable place. But they could not imagine a better site than this.