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Sunday, March 03, 2013

DALE DRINNON: Darren Naish Sends notice of Denisovan on Deviant Art/Cedar and Willow

New at Frontiers of Zoology:
New at Cedar and Willow:
Currently experiencing muscle pains, making it painful for me to be at the computer for long periods. However, I am soldiering through and more blog entries shall be following.
Best Wishes, Dale D.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Darren Naish wants it to be known that he has no especial connecion to the newsitem I have presented here: the fact is simply that I came o knowof the news item because of our connection on Facebook. He "Liked" a news item posed by one of his connections, but I was not connected to the oter person otherwise and would not have known of the news item otherwise. I was notified that Darren had "Liked" it automatically by Facebook. So the association is almost accidental. Darren Naish wanted it to be known he has no connection to the illustration and had no prior knowledge of the illustration.