It is neither. A pterodactyl looked like a bird, and was related to dinosaurs, but was neither bird or dinosaur.
No, it was a flying reptile (not a dinosaur).
A Pterodactyl was a dinosaur that looked like a bird.
Its to big to be a bird and its skin texture is to reptile like
No and the Pterodactyl is not a dinosaur. It is a flying reptile.
Neither. Pterodactyl was a pterosaur, not a dinosaur.
I think you're trying to say Pterodactyl. No, the Pterodactyl wasn't a dinosaur. It was just a flying reptile.
a piscivore is an animal or bird etc. that eat fish/ Pisces. dinosaur example: pterodactyl.
A pterodactyl was a flight-capable dinosaur, and looked like a cross between a reptile and a bird. It had wings rather than forelimbs, and often is depicted with an elongated crest on the skull.
That is the correct spelling for pterodactyl, one type of flying dinosaur (pteradon).
PTERODACTYL - a type of flying dinosaur (pterosaur)
I believe the correct spelling for the dinosaur is: pterodactyl.
Maybe a Pterodactyl. A prehistoric flying dinosaur.
The flying dinosaur, a pterosaur, is spelled pterodactyl.
The type of "flying dinosaur" or pterosaur is a pterodactyl.
Nobody knows what a pterodactyl sounded like. A pterodactyl was a flying dinosaur. None of them are still alive, so nobody has ever heard one. Some scientists think that birds evolved from dinosaurs, so maybe a pterodactyl sounded a little bit like a really big bird.
One species of prehistoric flying dinosaur was the pterodactyl.
The type of "flying dinosaur" (a pterosaur) is spelled pterodactyl.
Pterodactyl. An extinct flying dinosaur.
The type of "flying dinosaur" (pterosaur) is spelled pterodactyl.
pterodactyl was NOT a dinosaur it was from a group of flying creatures called pterosaurs it was a carnivore
Pterodactyl was not first discovered, in fact just to let everyone know Megalosauras (carnivore) was the first dinosaur to be found
About 15 meters long and 3 meters wide.
i think the mass is unknown... well if u mean the dinosaur it is.
The "pterodactyl" was a flying dinosaur, named for the clawed digits on its wingtips.