Leaving behind the vast Inland Cretaceous Sea of Australia, I can leave you with the image of the Pteradactyle flying high above the waters and tropical green landscapes post the Jurassic era.
The skeletal remains easily show the claws on the crest of their wing, and the sharp teeth that could have easily caught a fish. Boasting an impressive wingspan this is a dinosaur that would have been impressive to see flying back towards the rocky escarpment of the ancient inland shoreline.
The miracle of flight in the age of dinosaurs.
Image; David Rowland
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