Coprolite with Fish Scale Inclusions

Ichthy Poo Number Two
ganoid fish scales
Monmouth Lyme Regis, Dorset, England
United Kingdom
53 mm

This coprolite specimen contains some rather large fish scales. Fossil poo of this type is often attributed to ichthyosaurs or other marine reptiles. The thing is, there is just no way to know for sure who created this, especially since it has a rather freeform shape. Because of the ganoid scales visible on the surface, we are able to identify at least one menu item: a rather large fish! 

If you look at it just right, you might be able to see the image of a poodle with a bow!