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Pterosaur (Pterodactyl)

How did the pterodactyl get extincted?

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Extincted is not a word, but extinct is!(:


yes it is going extincted


it ate things. Pterodactyl food


A pterodactyl is a reptile and thus a vertebrate.


No and the Pterodactyl is not a dinosaur. It is a flying reptile.


Neither. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur, not a dinosaur.


an pterodactyl lived for thousands of years.


more than 200 species are extincted because of deforesting.


There is no such word as "extincted". Species become extinct all the time,


Yes, pterodactyl were from a branch of reptiles, and reptiles are vertebrates.


Yes, pterodactyl, or pterodactylus was a real animal.


no. they are endangered.


today there is only twelver Shia mainly and other are extincted or nearly extincted.


Ancient Order of the Pterodactyl was created in 1977.


No. Some people will generically call pterosaurs pterodactyl, but it is incorrect to do so. Pterodactyl was just one kind of pterosaur.


Neither. Pterodactyl belong to a group of reptiles separate from lizards.


Not only dose the pterodactyl have feathes but it also has scales and it is cold-blooded


That is the correct spelling for pterodactyl, one type of flying dinosaur (pteradon).


No they all extincted.


i don't believe any are extincted anymore didn't they brought them all back with cloning and massage oil



Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills was created in 1997.


Pterodactyl is a game where you cant show your teeth and you have to go in a circle and keep saying pterodactyl and if some one squaks at you, its like a reverse in uno. If you show your teeth, your out.


Probably the dinosaur. Dinosaurs have been extincted for a very long time and are well known to man kind.


A pterodactyl had a wingspan of anywhere between a few inches up to 40 feet long.



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