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PopQuizzical Daily! for June 22, 2013

Dung beetles were revered by ancient Egyptians and went by what alternate name?

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A coprolite.

Coprolite is a formation of two Greek words: kopros meaning “dung” and lithus meaning “rock”.  Fortunately it takes thousands of years to make coprolites, or else your proctologist would have a lengthy sit-down conversation with you.  Ok, it might be a stand-up conversation.

Not a real depiction of how coprolites are made. Still funny, though.

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