Specimens of fossilized dung are called coprolites. Examining coprolites can give paleontologists great clues about the diets of the animals that left them.
Although we may think of huge, complete dinosaur skeletons when we think of fossils, most finds are of bits and pieces of animals.
Amber fossils are among the most well-preserved. In 2016, an amber fossil containing the tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur was found. It was the first time paleontologists were able to confirm their theories that certain dinosaurs had developed feathers.