In the run-up to Saturday’s opening of the new exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, we’re highlighting one species a day from this amazing flying reptile group. Yesterday, it was Pterodaustro guinazui. Tuesday’s pterosaur is Dimorphodon macronyx, which lived about 200 million years ago.
In the run-up to Saturday’s opening of the new exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, we’ll be introducing you to five interesting species—one a day—from this amazing flying reptile group. First up: Pterodaustro guinazui, which lived about 100 million years ago.
In the natural world, many different animal species use bright colors and patterns to advertise the fact that they would make a horrible snack.
It may be too chilly for good bird-watching in Central Park, but just across the street the Museum offers prime indoor bird-spotting in its varied dioramas. Watch a video.