Westbury Cave, where the fossil of extinct ‘Hippopotamus antiques has been discovered, is in which country?

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A. Greece
B. UK
C. Italy
D. China

Explanation:

Paleontologists have discovered the fossilized upper molar tooth of Hippopotamus antiques from Westbury Cave, in the UK.
It is an extinct species of hippo that lived in Europe during a warm period between 2 and 1 million years ago. The species is said to had been much larger than the modern African hippo, weighing around 3 tons. It is known to have been more reliant on aquatic habitats.

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