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The Disillusioned Taxonomist
The Disillusioned Taxonomist

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Illustrations 2015
Hello all! I've been keeping quiet on the blogging front very much lately due to a lack of time, my bad! I have rediscovered my love for digital illustration of late, and have been working through a comprehensive portfolio of images. I thought it's about ti...

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European zoo photo update
Hello readers, long time no blog. I have had almost no spare time of late, having had a full time job for the best part of a year (audio transcription for a London based market research company), still working on my Masters in Vert Palaeo, and trying to hav...

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Hall of Vertebrate Origins
Following on from my previous post about the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, which I visited last year, I now present selected photographs of specimens exhibited in the Hall of Vertebrate Origins. The gal...

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American Museum of Natural History: Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs
I visited New York City last June/July, for the first time. Naturally, one of the first places I visited was the American Museum of Natural History. In the first of hopefully a short series of posts on that museum, I feature the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaur...

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Ripley's Aquarium
When I visited Canada last year, I spent two days in Toronto to see a few of the sights and meet friends and family. I got to Toronto quite late in the day, but decided to head to the CN Tower. The CN Tower, downtown Toronto, from directly beneath it. June ...

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Kitchener, Ontario
In June and July last year, I visited North America. I stayed for a few days in Ontario, Canada, staying in Kitchener and Toronto, then spent ten days in New York State, staying in Yonkers. I went back home via Kitchener. I went to Canada and the USA to vis...

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Wildwood Trust
There are a few wildlife parks and zoos that specialise in one sort of animal or habitat or another. Many of these are among my favourite institutions in the UK: I've blogged about Crocodiles of the World  in Oxfordshire ( here ), which holds over half of t...

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London Zoo part two
Welcome back, here are some more photos taken at London Zoo last April. Atlantic mudskipper Periophthalmus barbarus (Linnaeus, 1766) Gobiidae; Perciformes; Actinopterygii; Chordata Made famous by that Guinness advert , which makes out we all came from mudsk...

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