What do you think of when you think of fossils?

I'm sure POOP does not come to mind.

Who really wants to look at, or study, old POOP?

Well --- actually...

Fossil Butte National Monument park manager and museum curator Arvid Aase had an idea...

Okay, already this is not starting well.

So where would he display this -- ancient POOP?

How about an exhibit of fossilized poo in the museum bathrooms?

Can't think of a better place to look at an old stink than when you're making a new stink.

Fossil Butte staff will display all the poop they have on record during the Memorial Day, open house in July.

Don't know about you but I'm going to have tacos for breakfast and lunch so I can spend my time in the men's room looking at the exhibit.

More than 10,000 coprolites will be in the men's and women's bathrooms.

I'll be asking the ladies what they saw when they come out. Nothing creepy about that, right?

“She spent about a year prepping these and probably processed three or four thousand fossils,” Aase said. “The project is a group effort.” (Rocker Miner).

An open house for the bathroom exhibits is scheduled from 1-3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18.

Have fun.

You write your own jokes.

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