Of all for living suitable places fitting to live, the Neanderthals chose a cave on Hušnjakovo brdo, regardless of all its advantages and disadvantages. They simply liked it.
The cave seemed safe, spacious, and – most importantly – it provided shelter to the entire family in case of unfavorable weather conditions and protection from other dangers lurking around every corner. The hunters were also satisfied with that. The hills were forested, and the forests inhabited by animals and rich in nourishing berries. Besides these berries, the region was abundant in other sources of food fruits, , for if this was not the case, they would probably not stay long, but instead move on further in search of a more suitable place. But they couldn’t have imagined a better place than this.