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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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Alessio Capobianco Dec 4
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Jim Kirkland 5 Dec 17
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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Liz Martin-Silverstone 28 Nov 17
I'm a fan of . Or ? More people should do this
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Liz Martin-Silverstone 5 Dec 17
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Matthew Haynes May 3
I keep hearing about (something I intend to get in on, incidentally), but I think it's a tragically missed opportunity not to call it
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Gabriel N. U. Mar 7
Herbstosaurus pigmaeus, a Pterodactyloid Pterosaur. Part of the section on the Vaca Muerta Fm (Late Jurassic, Argentina 🇦🇷) for my upcoming book . I should have posted this yesterday for but I did not have time
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Robert Burroughs Jan 22
Folks, you know that I am not prone to bouts of joy over extinct Mesozoic animals; but this full size model of Quetzalcoatlus really gets me every time.
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HeritageCultureWarks Mar 13
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Brian Andres Mar 27
Just in time for , a blog post about our recent research into the last pterosaurs on . End Mesozoic pterosaurs are not just for Texas any more.
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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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Fernbank Museum Apr 11
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Liz Martin-Silverstone 4 Aug 15
Replying to @evopalaeo
Maybe I should take over with
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Kierstin Rosenbach Dec 4
Mission accomplished. The giant , is gliding through the atrium. Details in the comments!
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Liz Martin-Silverstone 5 Dec 17
Look at the cute tiny Dimetrodon!
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Natee ~A drift of dust~ 5 Dec 17
A shaky hand from low blood sugars is useful for drawing pterosaur fuzz. Actually, no, don't do that. ¬__¬'
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FanDontana Apr 3
Flock of filter feeding pterosaurs
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Jason Gilchrist Sep 18
I took my new pterosaur on holiday. Happiness is fresh air, exercise, Scottish Highlands & a toy pterosaur. Tupuxuara, pterodactyl, by Papo. Coigach, admittedly a bit far frm native Santana Formation, Brazil.
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Julian Kiely Jul 3
Replying to @JulianPalaeoART
7) Nightcam () This image highlighted to me the fact that, while eyes are very important within an image, they don't always have to be 'hyper-detailed' in order to be effective. They can be just as effective when more cryptic too.
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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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