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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

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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

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the forum.

 

It’s best to upload images directly to the forum. 

 

To aid identification we need much much better photographs from several angles. Shooting outside in daylight is good, that gives better light and can also help in some circumstances improve the sharpness. Another important thing is we need an internationally recognised scale such as a ruler preferably in cm/mm so we can see the size. Please don’t use a coin as people from other countries may not know the size of a coin from your country. I don’t know the size of a dime to a rupee being a Brit. :) 

 

 

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You found this at the museum? :headscratch:

 

I can't really tell what this is beyond a series of numbers and letters. ;) Please upload your pictures directly to the thread.

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Just now, Kane said:

You found this at the museum? :headscratch:

 

I can't really tell what this is beyond a series of numbers and letters. ;) Please upload your pictures directly to the thread.

it should be fixed. The muesuem has a fossil pit out front :)

 

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Not seeing any picture. :( 

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Don't ask me how... :zen:

 

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It looks like a pebble with some kind of trace fossils, to me.
May be worm borings, or similar.

 

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I really can't tell. If you could post clear photos (similar to the first in @abyssunder's post) it might help. Location found, shape and inclusions are the most important things to consider when trying to identify coprolites. 

 

Welcome to the forum!

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