Thursday’s pterosaur is Pteranodon longiceps, perhaps one of the most recognizable pterosaurs, which lived about 85 million years ago.
Wednesday’s pterosaur is Jeholopterus ningchengensis, which lived about 130 million years ago.
Compared to dinosaur bones, pterosaur fossils are very rare. Why? A video explains more.
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.