Report of finding of a left tibia of a brown hare and of a left femur and part of a right ilium of beavers, accompanied by some measurements. The bones were collected from a level with clay lenses at an approximal depth of 25 metres below the local surface during sand-sucking operations in a field known as the Hooge Broek at Raalte (Salland, province of Overijssel, the Netherlands). The sediments at this locality belong to the Kreftenheye Formation and exclusively contain material transported there by the Rhine during Late Weichselian times.