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Bonecrushing Diet Preserved In Fossil Poop

The location dates to the late Miocene epoch about 53 million to 64 million years ago and is known for being rich in Borophagus fossils the coprolites which are much rarer than bones are thought to be about 2 million years old the study authors reported Tomography Poop Researchers Plenty Bone

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