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First 3-D pterosaur eggs found with their parents

Researchers have discovered the first three-dimensionally preserved pterosaur eggs in China. The eggs were found among dozens, if not hundreds, of pterosaur fossils, representing a new genus and species (Hamipterus tianshanensis). The discovery reveals that the pterosaurs — flying reptiles with wingspans ranging from 25 cm to 12 m — lived together in gregarious colonies. Leer más.

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