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An image of a giant pterosaur, Coloborhynchus. A small fossil fragment of its snout and a tooth revealed this flying reptile could get larger than previously thought.

_Guidraco_ has something between its magnificent teeth. _Guidraco_ is a newly discovered Early Cretaceous pterosaur from China, known from a nice skull and several vertebra. The rear prong on the crest here is speculative.

Guidraco venator by John Conway

_Guidraco_ has something between its magnificent teeth. _Guidraco_ is a newly discovered Early Cretaceous pterosaur from China, known from a nice skull and several vertebra. The rear prong on the crest here is speculative.

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Quetzalcoatlus is an extinct genus of pterosaur belonging to the clade Pterosauria. It is accounted as the largest flying reptile that has ever lived on earth.

This pterosaur species lived 160-150 million years ago in an archipelago in what is now southern Germany. It had a wingspan of up to 5' and fed on insects or fish. In addition to wings, Pterodactylus antiquus had a flap of skin between its legs and tail and webbing between its toes. It was the first flying reptile to be called a 'pterodactyl.' After many other specimens were found, the entire group was named Pterosauria, and its members pterosaurs - the terms scientists use today.

Photos of Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs

This pterosaur species lived million years ago in an archipelago in what is now southern Germany.

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This hot mess with a nasal cavity that is TOO DAMN LONG. Who needs that much nose, huh? Cokeheads*, that’s who.

Linhenykus NT - Linhenykus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

…Who is at least marginally cooler than this jerk.

Moganopterus by Hyrotrioskjan on DeviantArt

Short rest from the german jurassic Last year a new and bizarre pterosaur genus was published from the early cretaceous of China. Moganopterus was first.

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