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Friends Week Tumble Morning
Chompers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by crest. Good morning. It's time for choppers your morning and night tooth brushing, show it's friends week, and today we're going to hear from our friends Lindsay and Marshall from the show tumble listen closely for the bells that reminds you to switch. You're brushing to another part of your mouth, surf rushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brush the inside outside and chewing side each too. Okay. Lyndsey marshal take it away. Hi, I'm Lindsay. I'm Marshall. Welcome to tumble the show where we explore stories of science discovery today, the first of a two part series on dinosaur poop. You can call it fossilized feces Dino dengue or preserved who it's our new favorite kind of fossil. And we're sure that it will be yours too. Or inspiration for this series comes from Nina and jury in who asked us this question. Dijana Cise parked in poop into feed, like humans do, or do they not. I got on the beat and started digging up dirt literally. What I uncovered with an entire field of paleontology devoted to studying dinosaur, poop or scientists call it, Cupper lights. So we're getting started with Karen chin in her lab. She's holding a seventy six million year old dinosaur poop in her hand. So what does that comp relate look like to most people? It just looks like a rock, but Karen's trained to separate regular rocks from dinosaur dumps. You could see a coporate light that has lots of dark pieces of plant material there about a eighth of an inch. Some of them navy, some of them at half inch long, and this whole rock is filled with it. If you have a picture of a fossil in your head right now, it's probably a bone or a skeleton bones can tell you what the animal looked like betrays fossils. Tell you much more about how an animal actually lived. Cobra lights are trace fossils, which means that they provide evidence of an animal's behavior and many times we may not know exactly who produced it. And so by who she saying, she doesn't know what kind of dinosaur made the poop. No, it's never certain. I like to tell people that studying copper lights as a real whodunit mystery get it who dengue it. That's it for chompers comeback tonight to hear more about dinosaur, poop from our friends, Lindsay and Marshall at tumble. And if you want more tumble, your grownup can find it on apple podcasts or wherever you listen, three, two. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Chompers is brought to you by crest grownups in case your kids haven't reminded you. Halloween is almost here, but sweet treats. Don't need to be scary. Crest has been protecting families smiles for over fifty years. So have fun trick or treating and bring on the candy and make sure you brush your teeth. Chris, has you covered for healthy? Beautiful smiles for life.