Pterosaur (Pterodactyl)

How wide is the pterodactyls body?

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Pterodactyls were not dinosaurs. They were flying reptiles.

how many eggs do pterodactyls have

Pterodactyls enemy was the amazing T-Rex.

A "Terror" of Pterodactyls sounds fitting :)

Pterodactylus were a species of pterosaur. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles, but they were not dinosaurs.

Neither. Pterodactyls belong to a now extinct group of reptiles called pterosaurs.

No. Pterodactyls lived and went extinct long before there were any humans around.

They are pterodactyls.

Pterodactyls belong to the order Pterosauria. There are many species of pterosaurs many of which are commonly called pterodactyls.

It is the scientific version of me

they have sex in the air

Prehistoric times! Forests...

they smelt harry leach

what habitat is the pterodactyl

No. Pterodactyls lived only in the late Jurassic period while T. rex live at the end of the next period, the cretaceous. However, other pterosaurs, the group of winged reptiles to which pterodactyls belonged did coexist with T. rex.

you can only get vapour and manise WIDE body kit ONLY :)

a narrow body aircraft have a single aisle while the wide body aircraft have two aisles.

they did live in the prehistoric times they are dead

Yes. That is what they are best known for.

Jurassic to Cretaceous period

A brachiosaurus, pterodactyls, and triceratops.

You can no longer find pterodactyls, they are extinct.

Remember that Pterodactyls are not dinosaurs but are large fish eating reptiles. There have many modern day sightings in Europe and Africa and when tribes were questioned and shown illustrations of pterodactyls, many tribes unanimously confirmed that they had personally seen them. There are pictures on the web, however they are controversial and dubious at best. No evidence of living Pterodactyls have been found with today's modern technology and knowledge of the globe.

Pterosaurs walked or flew some where. P.S you mean Pterosaurs because pterodactyls are the name that children often use and are not their real name.