Did you know that Paleoscatologists consider stools as valuable as the crown jewels? Oh, and by ‘stools’, we’re not talking about the chair kind.

However, there’s one fossilised poo that is of most importance, and funnily enough, the largest on record. Dating back to approximately the 9th century, there’s an interesting backstory to this piece.

You won’t believe how much it’s worth!

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Now, we know what you’re wondering. Just how big was this… turd?

Well, we’ve found an image that is quite visual so if you don’t feel comfortable seeing it, then do not scroll any further!

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** WARNING: YOU’RE ABOUT TO SEE THE LARGEST FOSSILISED HUMAN POO **

The Lloyds Bank Coprolite. Photo by Linda Spashett CC by 2.5.

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