Now here's a jolly thing. The media have got all worked up about those two little stone ducks (if they aren't ducks, what else could they be?) found at Vespasian's Camp near Amesbury by the OU team. These are dated to 700 BC, and are assumed to come from the Bronze Age.
Some years ago a carved pig (pictured below) was found buried alongside a prehistoric baby at Stonehenge. It may represent Britain's earliest known toy, researchers have said. The Bronze Age figurine was possibly made as a toy or in memory of the baby being stillborn or dying in infancy, according to archaeologists. Other photos show little carved legs. Is it a pig, or a hedge-hog? At the time of its discovery it was often referred to as "Stonehenge-hog".