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In a fossilized chunk of ancient reptilian poo, scientists have uncovered complete specimens of a new beetle species.

According to a new paper published in the journal Soft Matter, the secret lies in their intestines, which have varying stiff and soft regions that serve to shape the poo during the digestive process.

EPA is already funding a number of studies on poo contamination at Imperial Beach and modeling how pollution moves through the ocean once it’s left the river mouth.

As trees bid farewell to their leaves, their foliage releases a symphony of smells, which to our untrained noses can smell like anything from candy to dog poo.

While the bubonic plaque swept through Europe, people were basically throwing poo out the window because there was no sewage system.

Then Poo and other leaders began organizing them and won basic protections in many states.

He poo-poos the importance of phytochemicals, but (as reported by The New Yorker) once tried to live on an all-kale diet.

Hot right now: “How come we say poo and pee but not poop and peep?”

When the first WEED aired, Dr. Gupta apologized, sincerely repentant for having poo-pooed the medicinal benefits of cannabis.

Judi Dench won for her five minutes of screen time in Shakespeare in Love, but far be it from me to poo-poo a Dench win.

Our cook, Acchu, was drunk again, but Poo prepared us a good meal instead.

Theres a pretty big crowd of ours still lying na-poo-ed out there.

The Yosemites called it Poot-poo-toon, and among the rocks surrounding it was a small community of the same name.

I was arterwards told that the propper place to get dogs and cats for dinner was in Jack-Poo-Kow.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to poo, such as: excrement, feces, number two, shit, bm, and crap.

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