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Found in the Morrison formation in South Eastern Utah, these dinosaur coprolite specimens have been cut for a flat base that shows the beauty of this agatized poop. They are from the Jurassic Period and are more than 150 million years old.   **New Dinosaur Coprolite from Wyoming**

Dinosaur Coprolite is the fossilized excretion of ancient animals or poop turned to stone. This coprolite is from the droppings of dinosaurs. Coprolite gives scientists information about what the dinosaurs ate. If bone fragments are present it is a good bet that the coprolite is from a carnivore. If plant parts are found it is likely that the coprolite is from an herbivore. Usually a powerful microscope is needed to identify these undigested bits.
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