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After that aerial feat is performed, the base framework will go away, too, the Plexiglas will come down, and Stanley Field Hall will be ready for its new residents, the titanosaur, a flock of flying pterosaurs and some live-plant hanging gardens.
The pterosaurs were an order of flying reptiles that went extinct some 66 million years ago.
Teleocrater was a very early predecessor of Mesozoic superstars like dinosaurs and the flying pterosaurs.
One crew applies a plaster cast to a bone from a pterosaur, a flying reptile, a rare find.
The now extinct pterosaurs had them, as do bats and birds that are still alive today.
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Origin and Etymology of pterosaur
First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
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