A museum dedicated to poop has opened on the Isle of Wight. Daniel Roberts, a former plumber, had the idea after spotting a trunk of lynx on a forest path in Sweden. His museum features droppings from a variety of wild and domesticated animals, including lions, crocodiles, and wombats. The site is aptly a former public toilet. “Poo is relatively easy to come by,” Roberts said The sun.
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https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/956459/national-poo-museum-opens-on-isle-of-wight Opening of the National Poo Museum on the Isle of Wight