A pterodactyl had a wingspan of anywhere between a few inches up to 40 feet long.
In rocky areas such as cliffs and gullies
a long time ago
A Pterodactyl had a wingspan of anywhere between a few inches up to over 40 feet long.
Pterodactylus lived in Germany in the Jurassic Period.
75 to 90 million
because it had nothing left to live for
To keep away from predators.
Pterodactyls only exist as fossils. We do not know how long they lived for but as some of them were quite large it would be reasonable to measure their lifespan in years or 10s of years.
They also liked to live near rocky areas of high elevation
i don't think anyone or paleontologist have found that out yet
Pterodactylus fossils have been found throughout Europe and in Africa.
it ate things. Pterodactyl food
About 15 meters long and 3 meters wide.
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.
they lived in cretaceous period about 50 million in a persons ass
Pterodactyl or winged lizards are from the late Triassic to the end of the Cretaceous Period (220 to 65.5 million years ago).They are known to be the first vertibrates to develop the skill for flying.
Yes, pterodactyl were from a branch of reptiles, and reptiles are vertebrates.
Yes, pterodactyl, or pterodactylus was a real animal.
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.