This is a great educational gift or "gag" gift! Dinosaur droppings (coprolite) have proved equally crucial for modern-day scientists. Occasionally, archaeologists stumble across huge, well-preserved pieces of fossilized dinosaur dung—or “coprolites,” as they’re politely called. By examining these fossils in detail, researchers can figure out if they were created by plant-eating, meat-eating, or omnivorous dinosaurs—and they can sometimes even identify the type of animal or plant that the dinosaur ate a few hours (or a few days) before going Number 2.
$34.99Fantastic Genuine Spinosaurus Tooth with DINOSAURS ROCK certificate of authenticity- at least 1 1/2" in length, beautifully packaged in a velvet pouch. From DINOSAURS ROCK, the experts in dinosaur and fossil educational programs since 2000.
$24.99Beautiful Agate Slice measures 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches. Weighs 11 oz