I was reminded of Tolkein when I saw this particular poo. The way the light fell across the frame of the material was truly breathtaking. Perhaps in the back regions of hobbit land there is a poo of a similar unique quality.
Also note the happy bugs upon the material. Bugeatus is a particular sub-species of publicus depositus. Bugs and flies are more often found on freshly laid deposits and less likely to be found on examples of sunburntus decayus or squashus longtimeagous where the full pleasure of the material is but a memory.