What is a pterosaur?
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.
First collected in 1918 while looking for fish fossils, Nesodactylus was one of the first Jurassic pterosaurs discovered in the Americas.
This hump-nosed fisher surprisingly evolved its crest independently of its famous cousin.