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Trace fossils
Trace fossils, also called ichnofossils (IPA: /ˈɪknoʊfɒsɨl/, Greek: ιχνος or ikhnos meaning "trace" or "track"), are geological records of biological activity. Trace fossils may be impressions made on the substrate by an organism: for example, burrows, borings (bioerosion), footprints and feeding marks, and root cavities. The term in its broadest sense also includes the remains of other organic material produced by an organism - for example coprolites (fossilized droppings) or chemical markers - or sedimentological structures produced by biological means - for example, stromatolites. Trace fossils contrast with body fossils, which are the fossilised remains of parts of organisms' bodies, usually altered by later chemical activity or mineralisation

Moyenisauropus Dinosaur Track

Moyenisauropus Dinosaur Track

An extremely RARE fossil footprint of a Moyenisauropus Dinosaur from Poland.
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Squid Coprolite

Squid Coprolite

An outstanding Squid Coprolite from Solnhofen, Germany
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Dinosaur footprints

Dinosaur footprints

A very rare, large slab, 2 ft across, of Coelophysis footprints, Yorkshire, UK
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Iguanodon Adult Footprint

Iguanodon Adult Footprint

A very large footprint of an adult Iguanodon Dinosaur, UK
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Reptile Fossil Footprint

Reptile Fossil Footprint

A fossil footprint of the Permian reptile, Amphiosauropus, Poland.
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Reptile coprolite

Reptile coprolite

An unusual reptile coprolite for sale discovered in Madagascar, and Pliocene in age.
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