Flying reptiles

Peteinosaurus ("winged lizard") is a genus of extinct feathered reptiles that existed in the Later Triassic period, between 221 - 210 million years ago. With a wingspan of around 60 cm and weight probably less than a common blackbird, it was one of the smallest flying reptiles in its day. Its wings consisted of skin stretched between an elongated finger on its hand, and its foot.

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Ornithocheirus (from Ancient Greek "ornis" meaning bird, and "cheiros" meaning hand) is a genus of flying reptiles that existed in the Late Cretaceous Period, about 110 million years ago. It was one of the largest flying animals that ever lived, with a wingspan of up to 12 m, body size up to 3.5 and head up to 1.5 m long.

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Cearadactilus is a genus of large flying reptiles that lived in what is now South America during the early Cretaceous Period, about 146 million years ago. Its only known species, Cearadactilus Atrox, was discovered in Brazil in 1983.

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Eudimorphodon, meaning "true dimorphic tooth", was a small flying reptile that lived during the dinosaurs age, in the late Triassic Period, about 210 - 200 million years ago. It is one of the first known "pterosaurs", - prehistoric animals that evolved their arms and fingers into wings.

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Flying Reptile - Nyctosaurus lived in the Late Cretaceous Period, some 85-84 million years ago, in coastal regions of what is now North and South America.

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Arhaeopteryx images!

The name derives from the Ancient Greek "archaios" meaning "ancient", and "pteryx" meaning "feather" or "wing".
Archaeopteryx is the oldest known bird. It lived in the Late Jurassic, around 150 million years ago. Its fossilized
remains have been discovered in Bavaria, Southern Germany.

Archaeopteryx is a genus of small bird-like dinosaur, a transitional form between dinosaurs and birds. It had wings
covered with feathers very similar to modern-day bird feathers, and it could fly. On the other hand, it had jaws with a large number of sharp teeth, three fingers with claws, and a large bony tail, features it shared with other dinosaurs of the time.

Archaeopteryx was similar in size to a raven. It could grow to about 0.5 m in length, and weighed between 0.8 and 1 kg.


Rhamophorynchus is a genus of long-tailed pterosaurs (flying reptiles) that lived in the Early Jurassic Period, between 199 and 175 million years ago.

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flying dinosaurs and reptiles - Dimorphodon!

Dimorphodon was not a flying dinosaur, Dimorphodon was actually a flying reptile.

Best dinosaur pics and pictures and flying dinosaurs and reptiles!

Flying reptiles pics and photos - Cearadactylus!

Cearadactylus is one big Flying reptile! Cearadactylus used to live during the early Cretaceous, somewhere from 146 Ma to 100 Ma years ago. Best pics and photos of Flying reptiles!