What is a pterosaur?
Known only from a few isolated bones, Navajodactylus was found in New Mexico and Alberta.
South America’s largest pterosaur is known from just a single humerus.
This Jurassic pterosaur is one of the largest known long-tailed forms.
The only specimen of Vectidraco was discovered eroding from a cliff on the Isle of Wight.
Russia’s first discovered pterosaur fossil was a partial neck vertebrae from a medium-sized azhdarchid.
The first pterosaur named from Brazil’s famous Santana Formation is only known from a partial wing.
This “Aussie dragon” is one of only a few named Australian pterosaurs.
Hailing from the Cretaceous of England, the pterodactyloid pterosaur Lonchodraco has a complicated naming history.
This pterosaur may have fed like living spoonbill birds who have similarly shaped snouts.