My article - co-authored with Tim Holt Wilson – on "The Body of a Mighty Giant" is in the latest issue of Deposits magazine. It tells the story of the bones of a "giant" dug up in 1651 in Brockford Bridge, Suffolk and offers a possible palaeontological explanation. It surveys others palaeontological finds from the area. It's here. Deposits is produced by UKGE, the UK's largest geology equipment and fossils and minerals supplier in the UK, based in Reydon, Suffolk.
It's behind a paywall, but I will publish the article here when the First British Serial rights expire and the copyright reverts to Tim and I.
Skull of an African forest elephant (Loxodonta africana cyclotis) in the Grant Zoology Museum, UCL, London