In order to better understand who or what is accessing your bucket you should make use of Monitoring S3 access with Server Access Logging https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/userguide/ServerLogs.html
It will help you to better understand who or what is accessing your S3 bucket and objects and better understand the S3 usage bill.
Thanks for the recommendation. However, I presume this wouldn't retrospecitively help, in this case. On a fundamental level, I don't understand how AWS can bill me without saying exactly what it's billing me for. It's such a substantial bandwidth figure.
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