A gigantic “communal toilet” created by dinosaurs has been found in Argentina.
Thousands of fossilised poos left by rhino-like mega herbivores were found clustered together.
The 240-million-year-old site is the “world’s oldest public toilet” and the first evidence that ancient reptiles shared collective dumping grounds.
The dung contains clues to prehistoric diet, disease and vegetation.
It’s thought the animals all went in the same area to mark their territory and stop the spread of disease.
Scientists say that fossil poos are like time capsules which show scientists a lot about the animals which used the dung site.
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