Pterodactylus refers to a specific species of pterosaur. However, people often use the word "pterodactyl" interchangeably with "pterosaur" when they talk about flying reptiles. When discussing flying reptiles in general, the correct word is pterosaur, while Pterodactylus refers to a specific type of pterosaur.
Neither. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur, not a dinosaur.
The spelling of the name of one form of flying dinosaur (pterosaur) is pterodactyl.
Pterodactyl and Pterosaur are all I know Archaeopteryx flew but not very far or well.
The large prehistoric avian (pterosaur) is a pterodactyl.
PTERODACTYL - a type of flying dinosaur (pterosaur)
The flying prehistoric lizard (pterosaur) is the pterodactyl.
The flying dinosaur, a pterosaur, is spelled pterodactyl.
The type of "flying dinosaur" or pterosaur is a pterodactyl.
No. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur. Pterosaurs were reptiles, but they were more closely related to dinosaurs and crocodiles than they were to lizards.
The type of "flying dinosaur" (pterosaur) is spelled pterodactyl.
The type of "flying dinosaur" (a pterosaur) is spelled pterodactyl.
No. Pterodacyls and pteranodons were two different types of pterosaur.
The correct spelling is pterodactyl (an extinct flying dinosaur, or pterosaur).
The extinct flying reptile or pterosaur, genus Pterodactylus, is spelled pterodactyl.
The likely word is the flying dinosaur (pterosaur) called the pterodactyl.
Neither, a pterodactyl is a pterosaur, a group of reptiles separate from dinosaurs. Also, there were more types of dinosaur than theropods and sauropods.
The likely word is the flying reptile (pterosaur) named the pterodactyl.(Genus Pterodactylus)
The likely word is either pterodactyl or pterosaur, both of which refer to winged dinosaurs (avians).
There is no such thing as a pterodacyl, although there is a pterosaur called pterodactylus which as the wing span the size of a small dog
No. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur, and pterosaurs were technically not dinosaurs, though they are often incorrectly referred to as such.
A Pterodactyl (or Pterosaur) is not actually a dinosaur, but a winged reptile that existed alongside the dinosaurs from the late Triassic to the Cretaceous Periods.
First off, plesiosaurs and pterodactyl were not dinosaurs. Plesiosaurs were their own group of reptiles more closely related to lizards than to dinosaurs. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur, which were a group separate from, but related to dinosaurs. Plesiosaurs are generally considered to have been discovered by Mary Anning. Pterosaurs are said to have been discovered by Cosmio Collini.
Pterodactyl was a type of small pterosaur, or flying reptile. They lived during the late Jurassic in Europe. At that time, Europe was a collection of semiarid islands surrounded by shallow seas. There was probably some sort of forest on the islands, with small conifers, cycads, ferns, and ginkgoes.