Posts Tagged ‘pterosaur’

Flying reptiles?

Pterosaur sightings are too common to laugh off. The majority of reports come from the Appalachians and Ozarks—ancient mountain ranges. Now a book has been published about American pterosaur sightings. Bird watching, anyone?

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Often called flying dinosaurs, pterosaurs are flying reptiles and may have coats of downy-feather fibers. With wingspans of 30 feet, they have few enemies. I use the present tense. Thunderbird? They have been sighted all over the USA and worldwide. Don’t hike alone or in the open.

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