Monthly Archives: July 2011

Standing at the feet of giants

Do you remember how the first time you gasped when you saw a bird take off in flight? The look in your eyes when you witnessed a sunset over the Grand Canyon? How about the way you couldn’t stop staring … Continue reading

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Flying a pterosaur

Pteranodon life-cycle Finally got my hands on a teenage pterosaur cast! Pteranodon ingens juvenile, named ‘Ptweety’, is the world’s tiniest pterosaur. It is twice the size of a hypothetical hatchling, but is four times smaller than a full-grown adult. The original … Continue reading

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