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Dinosaur poo found in school!

Walking along the corridor, we noticed something unusual, something disgusting, something brown. Quickly we realised that it was poo! But not any poo – dinosaur poo. Well this was perfect!


In Jupiter, we have been learning all about dinosaurs and we knew we would be able to find out about the dinosaur’s diet based on what we found in their poo. With a little bit of hesitation but lots of enthusiasm, we dissected every poo. We found some containing grass and leaves, others were full of bones and some had a mixture of both. We were able to categorise the dinosaurs into carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. Can you think of any dinosaurs which are carnivores? Hopefully that’ll be the last dinosaur poo we find at school!


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Year 5 Learning Leader

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