Following a recent phone discussion with Dave Hone of Ask A Biologist, I’m going to try something really lame in a desperate effort to boost my number of hits. Shudder. I am going to start posting a new picture every day. Yes, every day. The pictures might be of anything, so long as they are within the Tet Zoo remit of course. This will not impact the number/quality/timing of those super-lengthy ‘proper’ posts you all visit for. So here we are with # 1. It features a dromaeosaur coughing up a pellet: a possibility suggested by the discovery of a regurgitalite in Cretaceous rocks from Russia, and of a pellet (containing juvenile bird remains) from the Cretaceous of Spain. I’ll stop there on the discussion, otherwise this post will become a full-length discussion with citations and everything. Blame Dave Hone for planting the seed of this idea in my head.. and, again, I can’t mention Dave without reminding you to visit – and use – the Ask A Biologist site.