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Blue Poop! Just kidding.. But, actually is a blue poop. And, was fresh when I got near. So, probably the animal that made this was near. The blue color comes from this fruit in the diet of this animal, "Jambolan" ("Syzygium cumini"). I can tell that this became from a mammal 'cos, first, was a big poop, and, second, had entire fruits on the poop. Birds (of that region) can't do this.


I found this blue poop in the midle of an environmental reserve of Atlantic Forest.


~The Blue Poop it's my Spot Nº 1000~

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StephenLindsey 7 years ago

Any species of slime mold known to be the color blue?

WOW!! I thought it was a fungus also but if it is poop it the best color poop I have ever seen. Love it... : o

LeonardoMB 7 years ago

Really very thanks António!

Rare find leonardo :) congrats on the your 1000th one and thanks for sharing your awesome spotting page

LeonardoMB 7 years ago

Believe me, when I saw from away in first time, I really thought that was a cool fungus.

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 7 years ago

Haha, blue poop. Does look like that.

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Monte Belo, MG, Brazil

Spotted on Jan 7, 2015
Submitted on Jan 14, 2015

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