Fossils of a 120 million-year-old winged reptile found in northeast China are gaining celebrity status for resemblance to the aerial creatures "Ikran" in James Cameron's movie "Avatar."
A new kind of pterosaur has been identified by scientists from the Transylvanian Museum Society in Romania, the University of Southampton in the UK and the Museau Nacional in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Pterosaurs ruled the skies during the age of dinosaurs.
Paleontologists have identified a small fossil fragment as being part of the biggest-ever toothed pterosaur.
A fossilised jaw discovered
from a hillside in Texas belongs to an ancient reptile or
pterosaur that flew over the region some 95 million years ago,
palaeontologists have claimed.
Palaeontologists have claimed that a 95 million-year-old fossilised jaw discovered in Texas is a new genus and species of flying reptile known as Aetodactylus halli.
Day in Pics: 1st April
Showbiz World - April 1, 2015
Katrina Kaif’s wax statue at Madame Tussauds unveiled!