Category Archives: Douglas Adams

London Zoo 2: Komodo dragons

Yesterday evening I made it back to Berlin – for once, the flight was quite empty (as had been the flight to London). I wonder if that’s because of the flight times or because I was flying British Airways, Decidedly … Continue reading

Posted in Douglas Adams, Lacertilia, lower vertebrates, Travels, Varanidae, Zoos | 1 Comment

Bloodbath part 2: more outrageous stupidity in the EB Illustrated Science Library series

Previously, I limited my dissection of the Encyclopedia Britannica Illustrated Science Library series to the preview of the “Reptiles and Dinosaurs” volume you can get from their website. Now, I’ll bring you more of the stupidity and idiocy, the sloppy … Continue reading

Posted in "Prosauropoda", Dinosauria, Douglas Adams, Plateosaurus, rants, Sauropodomorpha | 3 Comments