The End of Tetrapod Zoology, ver 3
Amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals - living and extinct
Mix up-to-date science with cutting-edge robotics, CG, time travel and Cretaceous dinosaurs, and combine them to create an amazing visitor attraction. The result? Welcome... to Dinosaurs in the Wild .....
Of flightless future bats, alt–time line dinosaurs—a homage to Dixoniana...
Things are happening in the TetZooniverse…
The third and last of my musings on Jurassic Park...
In which we look back at a movie released 25 years ago...
I love Jurassic Park. There, I’ve said it. Now, some elaboration...
There aren’t living sauropod dinosaurs in the Congo. But why did people ever think there were?
New World nine-primaried oscines aren’t just found in the New World...
A meeting of horned beetles and dinosaurs, peacocks and cichlid fishes…
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