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Is this yucky thing scat or slime mold?

After looking through all of the pages of Google Image search slime molds, I was unable to find anything that resembled the brown stuff in the above images. There is a list of the Slime Molds of the ...
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Scat Identification on Upper Yosemite Falls Trail

Based on Olin Lathrop's suggestion, I searched around for coyote scat and found this resource: https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Mammals/Gray-Wolf/Identification It points out that dog scat ...
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What does moose scat/poop look like?

The biggest distinguishers of moose scat from elk and deer are size and color. Moose scat is significantly bigger than either deer or elk scat around the size of a very large grape and usually ...
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Scat identification from northern New Jersey

It looks like a raccoon latrine (and here) to me. We don't have skunks in my area, but perhaps you do. It could be that. In either case I'd be careful around it and try to find a way to discourage ...
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Animal Identification from "leavings"

Suggest you confirm by observation: This is sort of what I would expect to see from a squirrel eating. Take a closer look and see if you can figure out if they are crap, or just cores and peels. ...
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