Three bits of coprolite are visible here, along with many scrape marks. These etchings in the surface of the rocks are caused by the power of the tides tossing rocks upon rocks. The tides on the Bay of Fundy are fierce!
Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Nova Scotia
A magnificent pebbled beach and cliffs positively littered with fossils. No fossil here (unless that is a small bit of coprolite from a fish in the red rock), but a lovely composition that was arranged by the outgoing tide.