Normally, we do not deal in fossil dinosaur "poop" (coprolites) but a collection of dromaeosaur fossils included these two so we put them together in one set. Collected in the Kem Kem deposits of the NW Sahara Desert amongst concentrated Dromaeosaur "Raptor" dinosaur teeth, these are two fossilized coprolites. The size and what was eaten points directly to being dromaeosaur. They were collected on a microsite rich with dromaeosaur fossil teeth. Both coprolites are rich with armored scales from medium size armored lungfish as well as some bones. This set is an ideal accompaniment to fossil teeth and bones of these dinosaurs, and it displays their predominant diet for the region.