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Tetrapod Zoology

Discussion of all things tetrapod and vertebrate palaeontology, and many things not.

  • By Darren Naish
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly two posts per month
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Jul 2023 4
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Jan 2024 4
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Most recent posts

The Mysterious Dibamids
Among the most poorly known of all squamate groups are the dibamids… Caption: a dibamid exemplar. Note the smooth-scaled, shiny overall look, the essentially eyeless head, and the pale patches on the snout and scattered …
On , by Darren Naish, 4,686 words
Ray Hoser, Number 1 Taxonomic Vandal
For some years now, a prolific amateur herpetologist has published an absolutely extraordinary number of new taxonomic names for snakes, lizards and other reptiles… Caption: lest we forget, the world is full of amazing snakes. …
On , by Darren Naish, 5,766 words
T. rex the Tool Maker -- Testing Controversial Claims About Dinosaur Smarts
The intelligence of non-bird dinosaurs is one of the most-asked questions about their biology... Caption: a recent claim posits that T. rex and dinosaurs like it were as intelligent and cerebrally complex as anthropoid primates, …
On , by Darren Naish, 3,179 words