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This item pterosaurs natural history evolution anatomy by mark p witton hardcover 2138 in stock on september 6 2019 ships from and sold by amazoncom free shipping on orders over 25 details oceans of kansas second edition a natural history of the western interior sea life of the past by michael j everhart hardcover 3367for 150 million years the skies didnt belong to birds they belonged to the pterosaurs these flying reptiles which include the pterodactyls shared the world with the nonavian dinosaurs until their extinction 65 million years ago some pterosaurs such as the giant azhdarchids were the largest flying animals of all time with wingspans exceeding thirty feet and standing heights comparable pterosaurs natural history evolution anatomy features some 200 stunning illustrations including original paintings by mark witton and photos of rarely seen fossils after decades of mystery paleontologists have finally begun to understand how pterosaurs are related to other reptiles how they functioned as living animals and despite enter mark p witton a renowned paleontologist paleoartist and pterosaur expert who published a book in 2013 entitled pterosaurs natural history evolution anatomy with wittons beautiful and vividly detailed artwork coupled with a narration that is both informative and entertaining this book supplies a fair amount of info on pterosaurs pterosaurs natural history evolution anatomy by mark p witton 445 rating details 137 ratings 17 reviews for 150 million years the skies didnt belong to birds they belonged to the pterosaurs these flying reptiles which include the pterodactyls shared the world with the nonavian dinosaurs until their extinction 65 million

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