I’m somewhat pushed for time at the moment (massive, massive understatement), so nothing new here, sorry. Too busy with book jobs, SVP preparation, demolition work, baby care and other stuff. So here’s some nonsense: if you’ve been with me from the start you’ll remember this captivating image from January 2006. To the rest of you it might be new. Believe it or don’t it’s Fig. 2 in the Tet Zoo book (currently nearing completion, after a hiatus of more than a year).
In other news: the thing everyone’s talking about today is the launch of the Open Dinosaur Project. This ambitious project aims, by way of ‘crowd sourced’ data, to gather a vast pool of, err, data on ornithischian limb measurements in order to test hypotheses. Visit the site to learn more and (should you wish) to get involved. Exciting stuff!