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Identifying dinosaur poop


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Is the "Cali" in your tags indicating these are from California?

I'm doubting you will find much of any dino material here let alone coprolites from them. Dinosaur parts are extremely rare in California. 

I'm thinking the majority of the state was underwater during the ages dinos roamed the planet.

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Does not look like Coprolite but if anyone is interested a book on Dino's in California.  Present in the late Cretaceous but like  caldigger said very rare to find exposures with bones. 

 

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