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  1. himmelangst

    Coprolite ID please

    No location unfortunately as I bought this at an auction for my toddler (who loves dinosaurs and also poop). I am dying to know what creature plopped this deuce so my son and I can learn more about it. I know some of you on here are experts on ancient excrement, thanks for your help!! Measures: 4.5” x 1.5” Weight: 8.5 oz
  2. GeschWhat

    Coprolite Identification

    Rather than writing information about coprolite identification on multiple threads, I thought I would post information about coprolite identification here so it can be referenced in ID threads (I'm getting lazy, I know). I was also thinking it might be fun for others to post coprolites in their own collections so others can use them for comparison. So here we go: IDENTIFYING COPROLITES: Not all rocks that look like poop have a fecal origin. Here are a few things to consider when trying to make this determination: 1. Location, Location, Location – If you haven’t guessed
  3. From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    some organic material inclusions
  4. Hi! My name is Annika and I'm younger than you think. Anyway, I sliced open a dinosaur coprolite the other day and I was surprised to find crystals! The camera won't capture it but there's the poop!
  5. EBAH

    Coprolite ???

    Found in northern Wisconsin. I'm new to fossil hunting. Anyway to identify if this is coprolite with this image? I have more photos if needed. Thank in advance!
  6. ThePhysicist

    Dinosaur coprolites

    From the album: Dinosaurs

    A chunk and a slice of dinosaur coprolites bought at a nearby rock store. Species, location, and age unknown. Despite being what they are, they both have a nice red coloring.
  7. butchndad

    Got wood?

    Hello watching the trees dancing in the near hurricane winds and of course am daydreaming about sharking (as my wife calls it) i occasionally pick up a piece and hopeful but unsure if it’s a fossil, bring it home only to see when it dries out that it’s just a piece of wood. Ive kept a couple and the 3rd photo I still think may be a piece of modern poop. Anyone else keeping wood?
  8. Lee Lee

    Florida Fossil or poop?

    I just got back from Satellite Beach, Florida and picked up something that looked like a coprolite. There were many of them and I grabbed the smallest one. How do I know what it is?
  9. Watrforthefish


    Could this be coprolite? I found it near Mankato, MN.
  10. GrandJunction

    Possible Dinosaur Coprolite?

  11. Scottnokes2015


    Hello fellow Fossil friends. I have what I was told is Coprolite. I've seen so much fake ones at shows that I never know what's real or what's fake I'm member of a very well respected and major Fossil club and they said "as far as they know, it's real." I got conflicting answers. Every time I go in my fossil cabinet, I just can't tell if I picked up a dud or a genuine piece. The details are: Miocene epoch Wilkes fm Salmon Creek Washington Thank you for any help anyone can assist me with this
  12. Railguy


    Another one i found while hunting native American artifacts. Thanks for helping railguy
  13. LLeonard

    Petrified Dino Poo?

    Attached pictures are of a stone I discovered in our garden after receiving a load of landscape rock, believe they cam from Colorado. This particular stone is shaped like a road apple left by a horse. It is domed with a flat side like, as I said, a road apple left by a horse. Some of the surfaces are similar to a hard gray shell; while those areas where the shell has broken away are loosely packed red, black and clear crystalyn material that crumbles easily from the stone with light touch of the finger. Any ideas?
  14. Hi! Found this today in Great Morava river ( Serbia )...Looks like some sort of maybe fossilized imprint of something? And also second,not sure,but looks like a fossilized poop.I will post now pics:
  15. Wolf89

    Fossilized poop??

    I found this at the aurora fossil museum in north carolina. its kind of a dark caramel color. can post more pics or info if needed. thanks it is about an inch long. i think it is poop but i really dont know as i am just getting in to the hobby
  16. Malone

    Dino poo?

    Possible poo?
  17. Lillian

    What is this?

    A few months ago I was helped here to identify a clam fossil and now near the same area I have found this. It doesn't match any images that I have found searching. Thank you.
  18. My wife brought this out of our shed in her little work wagon today. Two of these dino poops wiegh in at about 20 to 40 pounds!!! Does anyone our there in the Fossil Forum think that these can be sold? The cost of shipping alone would be a small fortune! Just wondering. Not sure what to do with these? RB
  19. handyman richard

    Is this poop ?

    I saw this and it struck me as dino poop. I was in st thomas us virgin islands. The spheres were about 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter.
  20. cyruspup

    Is it coprolite?

    Is this coprolite? I am new to fossil hunting and found this Sunday while hiking. Rock weighs about 10 pounds and is 9 inches long. Found in an area where coprolite is found. Mohave Valley, AZ
  21. diabeticwolf

    Possible coprolite?

    I believe I got this from Roger Pabian (family member) either before or after he passed away a few years ago. I have been wondering what this thing is, and hoped to maybe get some input here. It is dark brown, round, somewhat smooth (kinda bumpy), and completely round and hard as a rock. I have a picture of it here... It reminds me of deer feces, since it is too big for a rabbit.
  22. Iowan

    Poop Aka Coprolite? Diorite?

    Hey guys, found this in a gravel bed in central Iowa and am having trouble identifying it. I had originally thought it might be a native American artifact but the members at Arrowheadology disproved that and sent me here. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks!
  23. webthing03

    Is This Coprolite?

    Hello everyone! I'm new here! Is this Coprolite? Found it in PA Down by the river. Click on images to find larger pictures. Thank you guys! Coprolite Photo Album http://imgur.com/a/Np6Pm
  24. koscojo

    Fossil Poop...?

    Is this fossilized/petrified poop? My dad is convinced it is...
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