PRAGUE (AP) — Subsequent to delivering a lot of elephant compost and other fertilizer for quite a long time, Prague Zoo has benefited from its aptitude by making another lasting display on the universe of creature excrement.
It shows data and tests of everything from fossil pieces of poop, otherwise called coprolites, from terminated creatures to the waste of cutting edge gorillas, lions, elephants, ponies, turtles, wombats, camels and different creatures, all in different sizes, shapes, surfaces and colors.
Zoo chief Miroslav Bobek, whose surname actually signifies “crap” in Czech, says he was propelled by American George Frandsen and his online exhibition hall .
The show harmonizes with the zoo’s production of another version of the “Reference book of Excrements.”
The zoo has been offering elephant manure to nursery workers as compost for years.