Hunting served as a source of leather of wild animals, for which there was constant demand. In addition, after animal husbandry, it was an added source of meat. The citizens of Biarescie hunted wild boar, bison, aurochs, elk, deer, roe deer, beavers, bears, wolves, badgers, and otters. Evidence that the citizens were engaged in hunting was not only marked by the fossil remains of animals but also hunting weapons such as bone arrowheads and massive knives. Different loops, snares, and traps were also used for catching small animals and birds.