Paleontologists discovered an intact, well-preserved remain of a complete braincase belonging to a new species of flying dinosaurs.
A new species of toothy pterosaurs named Cimoliopterus dunni sheds light on the evolution of these flying reptiles. However, its closest relatives are from England, suggesting the prehistoric animals were able to "island hop" as the North Atlantic Ocean widened during the Cretaceous.
A newly discovered species of pterosaur has been named after the dragon-like creatures from the visually stunning 2009 movie Avatar, as it happens to sport s similar skull to the four-winged creatures of the sci-fi blockbuster.
Giant toothless pterosaurs once dominated the skies, and new research suggests that these ancient creatures played an important role in the Late Cretaceous ecosystem.
An ancient species of flying pterosaur with a bizarre, butterfly-like head has been unearthed in Brazil in a mass "graveyard" of 50 winged reptiles, according to a new study.
The first 3-D preserved eggs of an ancient reptile unearthed in China shed light on the lifestyle and social patterns of pterosaurs, flying reptiles that lived over 100 million years ago during the time of the dinosaurs.