Wednesday, June 12, 2013

What We Don't Do... our neighbours:

Fossilized feces: Saskatchewan museum sending dinosaur poop to Smithsonian
"The fossilized feces from a meat-eating T. Rex was deposited 65 million years ago in what is now the province's southwest."


"It is a unique specimen," Royal Saskatchewan Museum director Harold Bryant, himself a paleontologist, explained. "It's the only coprolite that can be attributed to Tyrannosaurus Rex."

More, still
"...analysis shows the dino's dinner that day was probably a juvenile duck-billed dinosaur or a horned Triceratops."
It was a dog eat dog - er - dinosaur eat dinosaur world.

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