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Paleontologists in Australia have disovered a fossilized partial skeleton of a new peterosaur species that are able to fly all over the world.
The flying reptile was about 12 feet wing span. The fossil was discovered in the ironstone, in a city Park, and it is one of the most complete peterosaur specimen has been found in Australia, according to the study, which was published in the journal Scientific reports.
The peterosaur lived about 90 million years ago, according to scientists.
It would be a sight to see,” Adele Pentland, of Swinburne University, is the lead author of the study, told The Guardian. “It had a wingspan of four metres, which is quite large in comparison to our modern-day birds.”
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“It’s kind of scary when you think that their heads are disproportionately large, and had a skull, perhaps, is 60 inches in diameter.”
According to the researchers, the fossil-specific, unique dental, characteristics that, as a separate class.
It is one of the last surviving members of the Anhanguera group.