I'll never knock anyone's hobbies, but this one is somewhat strange.

There are people in this world who have a knack for fossilized dinosaur poop and it just so happens that one Falmouth woman by the name of Suzanne Sullivan is offering to give some of her grandson's collection away.

First come, first serve, of course.

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"I’ve had them for five or more years," Sullivan said.  "I’m sorry, I have no idea where they came from, but it was obviously a very small dinosaur that made these. Somebody told me it was baby velociraptor poop."

Compared to the size of the quarter, these dino droppings are indeed tiny, but very old nonetheless. They've been collecting dust for quite some time and Sullivan just wants them out of the house.

"I really don’t care at this point," Sullivan said, "I just wanted to give my grandson something special so when I purchased them, I bought them as real authentic dinosaur poops."

Courtesy Suzanne Matthies Sullivan
Courtesy Suzanne Matthies Sullivan

Sullivan continued to explain that they were free regardless and that there was nothing to lose by taking them.

"I think they’re awesome, but the time has come and I am getting rid of them," Sullivan concluded.

As to how authentic these droppings are, there's no certificate of proof, but if anyone is interested, these must be picked up in the Falmouth area. Sullivan will not mail out the droppings.

Feel free to reach out to me at Gazelle@Fun107.com and I'll be happy to make the connection.

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