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  1. I purchased coprolite (dinosaur dung) at the Animal Kingdom.
    The feces is considered an animal trace fossil rather than an animal
    body fossil. By studying coprolite scientists can find out what the
    animal ate and can help dating any fossil remains. They give clues
    to the animal’s behavior rather than morphology.
    Purchased at the Dinosaur store , it may also be found at
    Chester & Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures (not sure).

    1. Carl Mehling

      Hate to be a buzzkill, but there is almost no chance what you were sold was a genuine coprolite. The greatest majority of commercial coprolites are amorphous silica masses from Utah that no scientist who works on coprolites considers the real thing. Sorry for the bad news.

  2. Betsy

    Where exactly are you finding Disney Stores? I think they are all closed.

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