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TetZooCon 2014: last call!

TetZooCon 2014: last call!

Are you interested in the evolution and diversity of tetrapods? In dinosaurs? Pterosaurs? Herpetology, mammalogy, wildlife photography, palaeoart?

June 25, 2014 — Darren Naish
All Your Yesterdays, our new book

All Your Yesterdays, our new book

Last year, John Conway, Memo Kosemen and myself published All Yesterdays (it also features skeletal reconstructions by the brilliant Scott Hartman), a book that focused specifically on the more speculative aspects of palaeoart: follow the links below for more on this project.

September 27, 2013 — Darren Naish

Where did all these Phorusrhacos come from?

If, as I have, you've spent copious time wandering the British countryside, visiting amusement parks and visitor attractions that feature life-sized `prehistoric animals', you'll surely have seen all those Phorusrhacos* models.

July 3, 2014 — Darren Naish
Teenage Mutant Ninja Temnospondyls

Teenage Mutant Ninja Temnospondyls

You all enjoyed the many Platyhystrix images featured here the other day (interesting discussion still going on in the comments section on that article, check it out).

September 24, 2013 — Darren Naish
The troubling lack of Platyhystrix images online: the Tet Zoo Solution

The troubling lack of Platyhystrix images online: the Tet Zoo Solution

Regular readers will know that I’ve been doing my best over the last several years to get through the temnospondyls of the world. Temnospondyli, for the one or two or you that don’t know, is an enormous and substantially diverse clade of anamniotes (‘amphibians’) that was an important and persistent presence between the Early Carboniferous [...]

September 22, 2013 — Darren Naish