Tags » Pterosaur

Pteranodon quad hopping water takeoff, according to the AMNH

Hopefully this is going to be the last time
the American Museum of Natural History embarrasses itself with bogus pterosaur tricks. We looked at problems from the original 2014 AMNH pterosaur display  735 more words

Reptile Family Tree

Mission Pterosaurs

An alienated mountain valley in a distant island has been noticed to be inhabited by extinct flying reptiles of prehistoric era, Pterosaurs.

It all starts with some eggs. 213 more words

Rare 120 Million Years Old Clutch Of Pterosaur Eggs Found

Pterosaur infancy has long remained a mystery and it was not until 2004 that scientists discovered that they even laid eggs but now a fossil slab containing hundreds of eggs and some embryos sets to change all that. 459 more words



Even a creature with a wingspan of 11 m could fly in the sky. Quetzalcoatlus, whose name was derived from the mythic Mesoamerican feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl, was the largest creature on the Earth which had an ability to fly. 99 more words

Hundreds of Pterosaur Eggs Found in Record-Breaking Fossil Haul

In a world first, paleontologists working in northwestern China have discovered a cache of hundreds of ancient eggs laid by pterosaurs, the flying reptiles that lived alongside the dinosaurs. 559 more words


215 pterosaur eggs discovered

This video says about itself:

30 November 2017

They were known to rule the skies in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, but it seems that…

441 more words

SVP abstracts 2017: Azhdarchid flight(?) insights

Habib, Hone and Therrien 2017
bring us new insights into a robust azhdarchid, half the wingspan of Q. northropi (Figs. 1–3), and known from a few scattered bones. 445 more words

Reptile Family Tree