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The largest flying animal in history has been identified



An unwanted hand-drawn image by Queen Mary University of London shows the impression of an artist on September 10, 2019, Arthurickson Helles, a newly discovered species of pterosaurs. On September 10, 2019, scientists announced a new variant of the new pterosaur, the aircraft-designed recoil that flew over the T-rex, Triceratops and other dinosaurs at the end of the corridors. Weighing in at five meters and weighing up to 250 kilograms, Cryodrakon is the proponent of the billy-duck crossover, as the largest flying animal of all time, according to researchers in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. (Photo / Agencies)

An unwanted hand-drawn image by Queen Mary University of London shows the impression of an artist on September 10, 2019, Arthurickson Helles, a newly discovered species of pterosaurs. On September 10, 2019, scientists announced a new variant of the new pterosaur, the aircraft-designed recoil that flew over the T-rex, Triceratops and other dinosaurs at the end of the corridors. Weighing in at five meters and weighing up to 250 kilograms, Cryodrakon is the proponent of the billy-duck crossover, as the largest flying animal of all time, according to researchers in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. (Photo / Agencies)

An unwanted handheld image released by Queen Mary University of London shows a gas of a red bone on September 10, 2019, which is an extension of the newly discovered type of pterosaur. On September 10, 2019, scientists announced a new variant of the new pterosaur, the aircraft-designed recoil that flew over the T-rex, Triceratops and other dinosaurs at the end of the corridors. Weighing in at five meters and weighing up to 250 kilograms, Cryodrakon is the proponent of the billy-duck crossover, as the largest flying animal of all time, according to researchers in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. (Photo / Agencies)





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