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Dinosaur Discovery Answered

Exciting news from Utah: well-preserved dinosaur fossils, petrified trees, and other remnants of the time of the dinosaurs were found. This could help scientists get a better grasp of the plant life during the Jurassic era. Not that there's anything more to know--Jurassic Park and Dinotopia taught us everything there is to know about dinosaurs.

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Plus, take a look at the video at the bottom of the page about dinosaur excrement. The expert's living room is something to be, well, admired.

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Wasagi (author)2009-05-27

Hehe, Jurassic Park ///, that was a lot of poop...

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Kiteman (author)2008-06-18

I love dino-poop; it gave me my favourite scientific cuss. An experiment goes badly wrong, I can say Oh coprolites!

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Spl1nt3rC3ll (author)Kiteman2008-06-20

That is now my favorite saying! Is it pronounced Cop-row-lights?

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Kiteman (author)Spl1nt3rC3ll2008-06-21

It is. Try putting the emphasis on the the first syllable after a growling build-up:

uurrrrr......COProlites!

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Charles IV (author)2008-06-18

I didn't know poop could be fossilized. You learn something knew every day.

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xACIDITYx (author)2008-06-18

Nice!

Another step in the right direction

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=SMART= (author)2008-06-18

hehe that guy has so much poop, theres a big dino poop display next to his tv :P

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