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The Handy Box.
Obicularis Podicus. ‘Coprolite’ meaning fossilised faeces.
This specific coprolite is from a Gurtbigasaurus, a carnivorous fish that lived in the Plasticine Era. The spiral shape of the fossil mimics the fish’s intestinal tract in which it was formed.
Depending on the diet of the fish, the coprolites can contain fragments of bone and teeth. This is an extremely rare intact specimen where a fragment can be seen in the centre of the coprolite.
Part of the museums collection.