Plopped amid the English Channel on the Isle of Wight is an unconventional museum where visitors can see and hold poo of all shapes and sizes: poo from humans and other animals, poo from the 21st century, and poo from millions of years ago.
This is the place where you can find answers to all your pressing excrement questions. How does lion’s poo compare to cat’s poo? Is it similar to cow dung? The museum encourages you to look at Number 2 in a different way and from many different angles.
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