Karen Chin studies coprolites for clues about prehistoric food webs and ecosystems. The dung provides surprising insights into dinosaur eating habits.
Animals and their affinity to the toilet world.
A woman took some giraffe poop from Kenya to the United States to make a necklace but she was detained at the airport while the box was destroyed.
A former senior zookeeper collected animal poop and organized an exhibition at Kingstone’s Fusebook, a new cultural center.
Scientists found a peculiar frog in Papua New Guinea that resembles bird poo called Crater Mountain Treehole Frog.
Japanese conceived a new form of art by showcasing an exhibit in which people can sniff animal butts through their portraits.
Cicadas can fling pee with a butt catapult at such high speed that it can be defined as an example of ‘superpropulsion’.
New Zealand is going to tax farmers for the farts produced by their cows and sheep in order to reduce polluting gas emissions.
A recent finding showed that fecal bacteria living in the gut of young mice can help reverse organ aging.
Researchers found that fake whale poop might reduce carbon dioxide as well as feed ocean animals thanks to its nutrients.
The research found that apparently, hippos tend to spray their poop when they hear the call of unknown hippos.