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- A 3-m tooth that can bend 30 cm in any direction and is hypersentitive to salinity, temperature and pressure… and the sonic lance hypothesis
- A 6 ton model, and a baby that puts on 90 kg a day: rorquals part I
- A baby sea-serpent no more: reinterpreting Hagelund’s juvenile Cadborosaurus
- A beast in the water
- A bizarre unidentified ungulate
- A brief history of muskrats
- A brief history of sengis, or elephant shrews
- A brief introduction to reed, sedge and lily frogs
- A case of dead kingfishers
- A close-up look at a Hairy babirusa
- A cryptozoology meeting at the Zoological Society of London
- A day at London’s Grant Museum of Zoology
- A drowned nesting colony of Late Cretaceous birds
- A Fine First Finding of Darevskia
- A future for vesper bats? (vesper bats part XX – last in series)
- A life secretly devoted to fish-lizards
- A list of enigmas: bamboo bats, frogs-head flyers, Rohu’s bat and the false serotines (vesper bats part XVI)
- A lurking humanoid, in the woods
- A lynx, shot dead in England in c. 1903
- A meeting with Dr Joy Reidenberg
- A Merry Tet Zoo Christmas
- A month in dinosaurs (and pterosaurs): 1, therizinosauroid fuzz
- A month in dinosaurs (and pterosaurs): 2, of alvarezsaurids and avialians
- A month in dinosaurs (and pterosaurs): 3, Minotaurasaurus and giant chasmosaurines
- A month in dinosaurs (and pterosaurs): 4, flaplings and head-sails anew
- A month in dinosaurs (and pterosaurs): 5, pterosaurs vs birds, or not… or is it?
- A most atypical stegosaur
- A new angle for hippos
- A new azhdarchid pterosaur: the view from Europe becomes ever more interesting
- A new hypothesis on the evolution of blood-feeding: food source duality involving nectarivory. Catchy, no?
- A new living species of large mammal: hello, Tapirus kabomani!
- A new modern mammal for Madagascar
- A new species of modern-day rhinoceros
- A nice piece of ass
- A peculiar whale skeleton is included fortuitously in the sci-fi movie Hunter Prey
- A quick history of tree-climbing dinosaurs
- A Russian sea monster carcass is claimed to be that of an ancient ‘archaeocete’ whale
- A scientist is QUOTE MINED on a Discovery dinosaur documentary
- A sea monster poster for the 9th European Symposium of Cryptozoology
- A shop called “Desman”
- A spectacular new fossil provides insight on the sex lives of pterosaurs, part I
- A spectacular new fossil provides insight on the sex lives of pterosaurs, part II: what it all means for eggs, nests and the behaviour of babies
- A Squamotastic Christmas at Tet Zoo
- A stork in ice and snow
- A stunning new Mesozoic bird… well, new-ish
- A symbiotic relationship between sunfish and… albatrosses? Say what?
- A Tet Zoo Christmas
- A tongue-wrestling interlude, from the azhdarchids
- A truly novel Mesozoic archosaur
- A truly tiny Cretaceous theropod… from England?
- A very alternative view of horned dinosaur anatomy
- A very quick history of turtles
- A weird whale to identify, with musings on the subject of how avian deaths might be caused by offshore oil platforms
- A White-tailed eagle in southern England
- A world without Baw Baw frogs?
- A ‘consensus cladogram’ for artiodactyls
- A ‘demonic Quetzalcoatlus‘ skeleton!
- A ‘lake monster’ caught on film at Lake Champlain
- Aberratiodontus: worst paper ever?
- Aetogate: so where are we now?
- Aetosaurs and whistle-blowing, the saga continues
- African tree toads, smalltongue toads, four-digit toads, red-backed toads: yes, a whole load of obscure African toads
- Alexornis and other ‘alexornithiforms’
- Alien Investigations and the Montauk Monster
- Alien para-tetrapods of Snaiad
- Alien viruses from outer space and the great Archaeopteryx forgery
- All the whales of the world, ever (part I)
- All the whales of the world, ever (part II)
- All Yesterdays: the talks!
- All Yesterdays: Unique and Speculative Views of Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals – the book and the launch event
- All Yesterdays… today!
- All Your Yesterdays, our new book
- Alligators eat fruit
- Alligators vs melons: the final battle
- Amazing social life of the Green iguana
- Amerindian art shows that giant flightless pterosaurs survived into modern times
- Amphisbaenians and the origins of mammals
- Amphiumas: gigantism, extended parental care and freaky morphology in a group of eel-like salamanders
- An affection for snapping turtles
- An American tyrant in London
- An annoying hiatus
- An Arthurian adventure, part II: more fossil marine reptiles than are good for your health
- An encounter with a crossbill
- An extreme environment invaded by an ‘extreme’ marine reptile: Henodus part II
- An introduction to hornbills
- And off we go again…
- And so it ends… return from the Wellnhofer pterosaur meeting
- Animal deathmatch: rhino vs croc, hippo vs shark…. leopard vs small passerine??
- Ankylosaur week, day 1: Hungarosaurus
- Ankylosaur week, day 2: Tarchia
- Ankylosaur week, day 3: Aletopelta
- Ankylosaur week, day 4: Panoplosaurus
- Ankylosaur week, day 5: Edmontonia
- Ankylosaur week, day 6: Silvisaurus
- Ankylosaur week, day 7: Animantarx
- Announcements from the TetZoo-sphere
- Another effort to help rid a beach of plastic waste
- Another extant squamate ticked off the life list :)
- Another meeting with the Hayling Island Jungle cat
- Antrozoins: pallid bats, Van Gelder’s bat, Rhogeessa… Baeodon!! (vesper bats part XI)
- Aquatic proto-people and the theory hypothesis of initial bipedalism
- Arboreal alligator lizards – yes, really
- Are anthracotheres alive and well and living on Sulawesi? No, but it was a nice idea. Babirusas, part II
- Are parrots actually pigeons?
- Are Sumatran rhinos really ‘living fossils’?
- Artiodactyls and steep slopes, and a new banner for Tet Zoo
- At last, Dr Naish
- At last, the Odedi revealed: the most mysterious bush warbler
- At last, the rhinogradentians (part I)
- At the 56th SVPCA – hello Dublin!
- Attack of the flying steamer ducks
- Australasian big-eared bats, and how to (perhaps) single-handedly wipe out an entire species, 1890s-style (vesper bats part X)
- Australia, land of dragons (by which I mean: agamids) (part I)
- Australia, land of dragons (part II)
- Australia, land of placentals (part I)
- Australia, land of placentals (part II)
- Australia’s new feral mega-cats
- Awesome sea-going crocodyliforms of the Mesozoic
- Axolotls on the EDGE!
- Balaeniceps-themed birthday card
- Basal tyrant dinosaurs and my pet Mirischia
- BBC News 24 (again)
- Beasts of Portland: the location of wheatears, the spread of wall lizards, the scat of a lynx
- Because Andrewsarchus is not the world’s only mesonychian (mesonychians part I)
- Because caecilians are important
- Because giraffes are heartless creatures, and other musings
- Because it would be wrong not to mention a sperm whale named like a tyrannosaur
- Because it’s the weekend…
- Because the world belongs to petrels (petrels part I)
- Because we all love Paleogene ‘ungulates’
- Because you can never have too many tapirs
- Belated happy birthday AAB!
- Belated welcome to a 'new' clouded leopard..named in 1823
- Belatedly, Nemoramjetia (= Avisapiens)
- Bent-winged bats: wide ranges, very weird wings (vesper bats part III)
- Best lake monster image ever: the Mansi photo
- Bidder’s organ and the holy quest for synapomorphies
- Big animalivorous microbats
- Big birds in the Cretaceous of Central Asia: say hello to Samrukia
- Big Cats in Britain, the 2007 conference
- Big cats in Britain: this time it’s personal
- Big cats on holiday
- Big spotted pumas… Miracinonyx redux?
- Biggest sauropod ever (part…. II)
- Biggest squirrel ever
- Biggest…. sauropod…. ever (part…. I)
- Bipedal orangs, gait of a dinosaur, and new-look Ichthyostega: exciting times in functional anatomy part I
- Bird behaviour, the ‘deep time’ perspective
- Bird predation, sexual segregation and fission-fusion societies: the amazing noctules (vesper bats part XIX)
- Birding in Brazil: a view from suburban Rio de Janeiro
- Birds Come First – oh no they don’t!
- Birds vs planes
- Birds vs planes II
- Birds-of-paradise: encountered in passing, on the street
- Blindsnake mimics, scaly-foots and javelin lizards (gekkotans part XI)
- Blomberg’s toad and its omosternum-bearing buddies
- Blue tits: passerines seen from the peripheries (part II)
- Blunt-nosed paedomorphic cutie
- Bonadonna’s Diplodocus
- Bones of the Krayt dragon
- Bownessie the Lake Windermere monster is captured on film, and how we rejoice!
- Brad Livezey, RIP 2011
- Brian J. Ford’s Aquatic Dinosaurs, 2014 Edition
- Brilliant Brazilian spinosaurids
- Britain, land of heart-stoppingly good dinosaur fossils
- Britain: wildlife theme-park
- Britain’s lost lynxes and wildcats
- Britain’s lost tree frogs: sigh, not another ‘neglected native’
- Bucorvids: post-Cretaceous maniraptorans on the savannah
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