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Julian Kiely May 1
Happy ! This image was inspired by 's recent . It is a small (Batrachognathinae) looking like a demon from your worst nightmare! But don't judge him, he's quite sweet really.
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Dustin Growick Mar 27
seems like the perfect time to remind everyone that ’s architectural details are BADASS
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Natee regrets 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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Brian Engh Jun 5
For / here's ptwo Pteranodons showing aka the diff betwn M & F. A pelvis with an opening the right shape for egg laying tell us the smaller morph of with the less silly crest is likely the female.
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Brian Andres May 29
A Late Jurassic-?earliest Cretaceous ctenochasmatid (Pterosauria, Pterodactyloidea): The first report of pterosaurs from Uruguay:
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Brian Engh May 1
I realize it's & I realize I never shared my finally finished . Big thanks and respect to & for giving me the feedback i needed on my rough sketches to make decent . These animals are weird!!!
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William Holden May 1
this is my dimorphodon paleoart!
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Julian Kiely Jul 3
Replying to @JulianPalaeoART
3) A antiquus eye with a nictitating membrane () I put two interesting features into this image; the Turaco-like soft tissue of the eyelids, and a nictitating membrane, which was likely present, but it rarely illustrated.
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Julian Kiely Jun 7
Decided to utilize the warm sunny weather this afternoon, and allowed myself to do a of for () out in the garden. It's a very interesting which I would like to again.
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Keenan Taylor Jun 5
Queen of the Islands: ! She has sustained an injury to her left wing. As she was likely a terrestrial hunter, our queen may live long enough to heal and take to the skies once more.
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Matthew Brown May 8
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Julian Kiely May 1
I wasn't actually sure which it was supposed to be. I think more people use , as opposed to . But this is my first time doing it, so I'm not sure?
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FanDontana Apr 3
Flock of filter feeding pterosaurs
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Geosciences @UT Mar 27
BLOG: The Jackson School's Brian Andres explains his latest research on pterosaurs, and how new fossil finds suggest a flourishing of pterosaur species before ultimate extinction.
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TheFossilProject Mar 27
The Altmühltal Museum in Germany is now displaying a pterosaur that scientists believe stood as tall as a giraffe. The museum nicknamed this behemoth "Dracula," so we're lucky it was able to see the light of day! Learn more here:
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TheFossilProject Mar 20
Researchers at have discovered 6 new species of pterosaurs from 3 different taxonomic families, including a 66-million-year-old pterosaur with a 30-foot wingspan! More info: Image from PLOS Biology
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TheFossilProject Feb 26
Want to see pterosaurs come to life? Well, check out the new exhibit at Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs! This exhibit from the will have rare fossils, life-size models, and even activities! More info:
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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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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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Jason Gilchrist Dec 19
... whilst on , it is . Check out wonderful palaeoart & book by palaeontologist . Pterosaurs: Natural History, Evolution, Anatomy.
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