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TheFossilProject Jan 9
Pterosaurs are making big news these days, but how much do you know about them? Read this brief article to enhance your knowledge of this diverse group of dinosaur relatives:
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Jim Kirkland Dec 5
Did you know that Utahdactylus is actually an impressively imaginative interpretation of sauropod cervical vertebra frags in sandstone? Great Utah dinos, dig deep for pterosaur tweets.
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TheFossilProject Jan 16
Until recently, scientists have made assumptions about pterosaur diets based on very indirect clues. Now & colleagues are finding direct evidence in the small scratches and chips on fossilized pterosaur teeth! Read more:
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Jason Gilchrist Dec 19
... whilst on , it is . Check out wonderful palaeoart & book by palaeontologist . Pterosaurs: Natural History, Evolution, Anatomy.
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Gabriel N. U. Dec 19
WIP Working on the famous Rhamphorhynchus muensteri, part of the reconstructions I am making for the tetrapods of Solnhofen Fm for my book . Late Jurassic (Tithonian) Germany
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Gabriel N. U. Dec 12
And because today is here is one of the Pterosaurs I’m preparing (WIP) for my book ”: Tendaguripterus recki from the Tendaguru Fm, Late Jurassic Tanzania
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Sour Town Dec 6
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Liz Martin-S. Dec 5
Look at the cute tiny Dimetrodon!
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Liz Martin-S. Dec 5
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Gabriel N. U. Dec 5
More for or This is Allkaruen koi a Breviquartossan Pterosaur known from fragmentary remains from Cañadon Asfalto Fm, Middle Jurassic Argentina 🇦🇷
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Natee, a ghost for all seasons Dec 5
A shaky hand from low blood sugars is useful for drawing pterosaur fuzz. Actually, no, don't do that. ¬__¬'
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Gabriel N. U. Dec 5
It’s so my warmup sketch features, of course, Rhamphorhynchus, Dimorphodon, Tupanodactylus, an Anurognathid and Pteranodon
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Liz Martin-S. Nov 28
I'm a fan of . Or ? More people should do this
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Gabriel N. U. Nov 28
It’s (again, yes it is!) so here is my recon of Ctenochasma elegans, a Ctenochasmatid Pterosaur from the Solnhofen Formation, Late Jurassic (Tithonian) Germany 🇩🇪. Just look at those teeth! It probably used it to catch small aquatic prey
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FHSU Paleo Apr 25
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Kiersten Formoso 4 Apr 16
Stay tuned tomorrow for (?)
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Liz Martin-S. 4 Aug 15
Replying to @evopalaeo
Maybe I should take over with
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Elsa Panciroli 24 Feb 15
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Elsa Panciroli 24 Feb 15
How did Azhdarchids live? Browsing on a spot of sauropod? Don't mind if I do
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Dave Hone 5 Aug 14
Since it is again, how about a 3D Nyctosaurus.
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