This specimen is very friable. It contains scales, bone fragments, vertebrae, and fish jaw fragments with teeth. The larger jaw fragment appears to be that of a small alligator gar. Based on its shape, amount of undigested bony inclusions and somewhat loose composition, it is possible that this is a cololite rather than a coprolite. Cololites are similar to coprolites, except they were never expelled (pooped). The holes in this specimen could be impressions from the teeth of a predator chomping down on the abdomen of a creature.