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for a formal identification. Possibly Brown Rat, from size and shape?
Just a personal quirk, but I hate the word "poo"! Droppings, faeces, or sh*t (it wasn't always considered rude) yes: poo, no.
it could be a rabbit
Not an easy one, I would say they were too elongated to be rabbit and not enough to be rat.
The most likely would be sheep or roe deer, as they appear tapered at one end I would go for roe deer.
Does that fit with the animals in the area?
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Sorry for the delayed reply.
the area is a nature reserve. so all of the above mentioned animals could be the owner of these droppings.
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