Tet Zoo Facts and Feats
The most comments on a Tet Zoo post is a staggering 661 on Ratites in trees: the evolution of ostriches and kin, and the repeated evolution of flightlessness (ratite evolution part II). Who would have thought vicariance could wreak such havoc.
The least number of comments on a Tet Zoo post is none for twelve posts on Tet Zoo ver 1. The Blogger era was so bereft of comments that only three of articles ever passed the magic number of comments.
The 10,000th comment on Tet Zoo was "It eats babies and turns into a goat at night." by Darren on Old World monkeys of choice.
The longest title for a Tet Zoo post is Nycticein bats: apparently, a nice example of how assorted distant relatives can be mistakenly considered close allies on the basis of one or two characters (vesper bats part XIII) with 189 characters (including spaces).
The longest series in Tet Zoo history was the Vesper Bat Series with 20 entries.
The busiest day for Tet Zoo was 01 June 2007 which saw the publication of 5 articles — Tet Zoo picture of the day 7 and the Multiple new species of large, living mammal series.
The longest Tet Zoo post was Why the world has to ignore ReptileEvolution.com with 10052 words.
Things start getting real nerdy past this point
|Tet Zoo ver 1||Tet Zoo ver 2||Tet Zoo ver 3|
|Duration (days)||368||1751||1343 +|
The total word count for Tet Zoo as of New Books on Dinosaurs 2: Dean Lomax and Nobumichi Tamura’s Dinosaurs of the British Isles is 1,764,944, about the same as Les Misérables and À la recherche du temps perdu.