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Good Looking Dinosaur Poop/Coprolite.
Item #303726597
Everything Else:Rock/Fossil/Mineral:Fossils:General
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Currently $26.00 First bid $19.95
Quantity 1 # of bids 3 (bid history) (with emails)
Time left Auction has ended. Location Mckinleyville, CA
Country United States
Started Apr-08-00 09:08:06 PDT envelope (mail this auction to a friend)
Ends Apr-15-00 09:08:06 PDT [Gift Alert] (request a gift alert)
Seller (Rating) paleomike@aol.com (38) star
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High bid mdahlager@corrosion-control.com (21) star
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Description
What you see in the photos is exactly what it looks like, a Jurassic Dinosaur Poop. This specimen is about 160 million ye4ars old and comes from an area in Uth known for Coprolite. I picked this and several others up at a rock shop in Utah a few years ago and have sold most of them. I kept this one and a couple of others because they really looked like poop and are manageable sizes. I use coprolites such as this one at the local grade schools when I give fossil talks and the kids love them. In fact, everyone who comes into contact with a coprolite for the first time will have a comment about it. If you don';t put this fossil in your collection, put it on your desk or coffee table and have fun with it. The specimen weighs almost 2 pounds and when packed will be right at or just over 2 pounds.Add $4.50 for shipping and $1.00 for insurance if wanted. Good luck bidding on this unique trace fossil. Please check out my other fossil auctions.








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