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Flying reptiles: Discover the remains of a prehistoric creature


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  • BBC News

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Scientists in Argentina have discovered fossil remains of a bus-sized giant flying reptile.

Called the “Death Dragon” by scientists, this reptile hunted for prey from the sky about 86 million years ago.

Its wingspan, when fully extended, is nine meters (30 feet) from one end to the other.

The scientist behind the discovery told the BBC that the sheer size of this predatory creature paints a “terrifying scene”.

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