PhysOrg Posted May 22, 2018 Share Posted May 22, 2018 Most renderings and reconstructions of pterodactyls and other extinct flying reptiles show a flight pose much like that of bats, which fly with their hind limbs splayed wide apart. But a new method for inferring how ancient animals might have moved their joints suggests that pterosaurs probably couldn't strike that pose. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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