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Pterodactylus (Pterodactyl) - About.com Pterosaurs - Dinosaurs
Pterodactylus (Greek for "wing finger"); pronounced TEH-roe-DACK-till-us; sometimes called Pterodactyl. Habitat: Shores of Europe and South Africa. Historical ...
Pterodactylus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
If you note that "us" on the end, you may realize that Pterodactylus isn't quite the same beast as pterodactyl, a made-up name that's often used by lay people ...
Pterodactylus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
The "type specimen" of Pterodactylus was identified and named by one of the first naturalists to recognize that animals could go extinct, the Frenchman Georges ...
Pterodactylus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Most people use the word pterodactyl to refer to two different genera of pterosaurs, Pterodactylus and Pteranodon. Here are pictures, illustrations and ...
Pterodactyl (Pterodactylus) Ten Facts - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pterodactyls (by which most people mean either Pterodactylus or Pteranodon) are the world's most familiar pterosaurs, or flying reptiles. Here are 10 facts you ...
The Dinosaur Encylopedia - Pterodactyls - Dinosaurs - About.com
When people use the word pterodactyl, they're usually referring to two specific genera of pterosaurs, pterodactylus or pteranodon. Here are some basic facts ...
Pterosaurs - Giant Bird Myths and Stories - Paranormal Phenomena
Dozens of eyewitness accounts and a few intriguing photographs suggest that this flying monster, thought to have died with the dinosaurs, might still exist.
Pteranodon - About.com Pterosaurs - Dinosaurs
(See a gallery of Pteranodon and Pterodactylus pictures and 10 Facts About " Pterodactyls.") Ads. &ensp. &ensp. &ensp. Still, if there's one specific pterosaur that ...
Georges Cuvier - Profile of the Famous Naturalist - Dinosaurs
He also wound up naming (but not discovering) the marine reptile Mosasaurus and the pterosaur Pterodactylus, and was one of the first people to suggest that ...
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Germany
To make up for its small size (and to evade the notice of the hungry pterosaurs of its German ecosystem, such as the much bigger Pterodactylus, below) ...
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