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Still Waters

Cockroaches Dined on Dinosaur Poop

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Who can forget the "dino droppings...droppings?" scene of the 1993 blockbuster hit, Jurassic Park - the one where actor Jeff Goldblum walks up to a huge pile of dung left by a sick triceratops?

It's memorable, all right, but there's one thing the film missed: The piles of dino dung were likely cleaned up before they could reach such massive proportions, according to a new study published in the online journal PLOS ONE.


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To my mind it is possible that there was one or several dinosaurs which lived in the Loch Ness.

After all we have evidence of prehistoric animals from the same period which made it to our modern time.

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I am not surprised.Similar insects do this today..

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