Theropod Thursday 41: quackmire!

A while ago I posted photos from a theropod feeding frenzy, taken last winter. Obviously, this winter sees similar scenes at the Berlin zoos. This time the pictures come from a different pond, and the composition of the frenzied feeders is different:

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clearly, the word for this is

Quackmire!

After a short while, a flock of gulls invaded:

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and finally, I can brag about my nice new camera and the awesome Tamron lens again, with a series of shots of a latecomer to the feast:

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About Heinrich Mallison

I'm a dinosaur biomech guy working at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.
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