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May 18, 2011

Coprolites: the fascinating story of ancient poop

Today I'm wearing my archaeology hat over at Alex Cavanaugh's blog and writing about Viking poop. No, really! You can learn a lot from paleofeces, or coprolites as we prefer to call them. So come on over and join the serious, scientific discussion. Well, sort of serious.

8 comments:

  1. I enjoyed your post over at Alex's. Good luck with your book. I'll look for it.

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  2. Popping over from Alex's. Good to meet you, AJ. Congrats on the novel! All success to you.

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  3. Your post has inspired some humorous comments!

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  4. I read it and was disgusted, but couldn't pry my eyes away. Eeeewwwwww. LOL

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  5. Well, crap.

    I read my super-buddy-blogger's post and Holy Excrement, Batman, 80 comments and growing.
    Wow.

    BTW, I have a rock I call a dino coprolite. It's black and squiggly and quite the conversation piece. While someone is holding and fingering the surface of the thing, I tell them what it is.
    Usually they drop it so I make sure there is a pillow close by.

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  6. Hope almost 90 comments lived up to expectations. Yes, no?

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  7. It was an interesting topic of discussion. Well written, humorous. Informative. I enjoyed it.

    ......dhole

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