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Coprolites

cop·ro·lite (k p r -l t ). n. Fossilized excrement.

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Coprolites: Taphonomic and Paleoecological Implications
23-Hunt et al (coprolites).p65
PLANT~BEARlNG COPROLITES FROM NORTH AMERICAN
Well-preserved coprolites are described from North American Middle lN I830 J. E.
Protocol for Collection of Coprolites for DNA Analysis
The recovery of ancient DNA from coprolites requires us to protect the samples from modern DNA contamination.
ANALYSES OF COPROLITES PRODUCED BY CARNIVOROUS

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Digging the past: Couple to display their archeological findings
triceratops (large, three horned, creatures that browsed in herds between 60 and 70 million years ago, duckbills, bison, raptors, sea turtles, and fossilized dinosaur droppings - called coprolites - with some specimens weighing more than 60 pounds.

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Coprolite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A coprolite is fossilized animal dung.
Coprolites
4 days ago "Coprolite" is a scientific name for the fossilized excrement, feces or droppings of ancient animals. It was coined by Dr.
Coprolite - Paleontology and Geology Glossary
Coprolite (fossilized dung) - Dinosaur glossary explains basic paleontological terms.
Coprolites (Dinosaur Poop) - All About Dinosaur Coprolites
Fossilized dinosaur dung, preserved in the form of coprolites, can be a useful tool for paleontologists. Here's the poop about dinosaur poop.
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