An action groups claims an internationally famous archaeological site in west Cornwall is under threat.
The group has documented evidence of cattle roaming free around the Bronze Age monument of Men An Tol.
It shows deep hoof prints around the base of the ancient stones thought to be used by our ancestors for pagan rituals. The Save Penwith Moors Action Group says a Government backed policy of allowing open grazing puts other monument at risk. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
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