For the safety and sanctity of the TetZoo empire (and per suggestion), our Redbubble account is better off closed. It wouldn’t be right to make money off the same source of joy and education that needs the money more.
New comic should be out soon, but it may take a while to line out and color - plus finals are approaching. Yeesh!
You asked for it, and it’s yours.
TetZoo Time t-shirts and other goodies are available at RedBubble to buy, love, cherish, and show-off to your friends.
Available currently is a t-shirt with everyone’s favorite Knuckles the Chalicothere, but more are on the way!
Thought pterosaurs couldn’t skim feed? Think again.
Birds aren’t dinosaurs, they’re just descended from them.
The guy running palaeofail is just one of many who are tired of the whole “chicken from hell” nickname for Anzu.
Phylopic.org, owned and maintained by T. Michael Keesey, is an amazing website whose goal is to accumulate as many reusable silhouette images as possible of every organism on planet Earth. These images can be submitted by anyone and are free for anyone to use on presentations, projects, and artworks with appropriate credit.
But the really cool thing about Phylopic is its phylogenetic database. Its Python-based framework stores accurate phylogenetic data for every organism, so you can view a full phylogeny for any organism as many levels back as you want. As long as images are available for the taxa you’re searching, this can result in beautiful evolutionary sequences like the one above showing the evolution of Homo sapiens.
This project is incredibly useful to researchers, students, artists and laymen alike, and needs to be supported! The creator is now selling this gorgeous t-shirt (definitely the most accurate “evolutionary sequence” t-shirt available anywhere) in order to cover costs of web hosting. Please considering purchasing one or spread the word!
Darren’s Duck Rant. Original, HERE.
John Turmelle and I may have TetZoo Time, but this is truly the best possible thing. That’s right, there are now two Tet Zoo themed web comics on the Internet, this one courtesy of Ethan Kocak!
Make sure to follow if that’s what floats your boat (and how could it not be?)!
Happy Darwin Day! Keep an eye out on Incidents and Reflections, which will have its Darwin Day special broadcast live in a few hours and uploaded online at some point tomorrow.
a great deal of my life is me getting really excited about birds