Prehistoric Puke Reveals a Stomach-Churning Banquet From Millions of Years Ago

Researchers discovered the regurgitalite during an excavation in southeastern Utah. The fossilized remains of an animal’s stomach contents were found in the Morrison Formation, a hotbed for fossils dating to the late Jurassic period (164 million to 145 million years ago) Researchers say they found a “compact little pile” of retched remains measuring no more than one-third of a square inch (1 square centimeter) Most of the material is from a frog and at least one salamander.

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