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None of the creatures in today’s story are technically dinosaurs, they’re all flying/gliding reptiles. I’m of the opinion that pterosaurs were capable of powered flight, because otherwise how would they have populated so many niches across the world? Not by gliding, that’s for sure, just look at birds. The debate rages on has been settled by leading pterosaur experts, according to pterosauria. Sharovipteryx is a real fossilized reptile, though.
If you named a dinosaur after yourself, what would the dinosaur be called and what would it look like?
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None of the creatures in today’s story are technically dinosaurs, they’re all flying/gliding reptiles. I’m of the opinion that pterosaurs were capable of powered flight, because otherwise how would they have populated so many niches across the world? Not by gliding, that’s for sure, just look at birds. The debate rages on has been settled by leading pterosaur experts, according to pterosauriaSharovipteryx is a real fossilized reptile, though.

If you named a dinosaur after yourself, what would the dinosaur be called and what would it look like?

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