Pterosaurs Evolution

The flying giant Peterosaurs, which coexisted with the dinosaurs, does not belong to the category of birds and bats. Can be replaced with flying reptiles.

These are the first flying vertebrates. That is, after a long debate, scientists say that peterosaurs, dinosaurs, and crocodiles evolved from another common genus (from Archosaurs).

The flying giant Quetzalcoatlus Northropi is one of the notoriously endangered species of flying Peterosaurs. Found in South America, their wingspan is 11 meters, while their height is about six meters,

about the height of a giraffe. That is, it was the largest flying creature in the sky known to date. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl.

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