Peteinosaurus

Peteinosaurus meaning winged lizard) was an early rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur , a flying reptile that flapped its wings. It lived in swamps and river valleys during the late Triassic period . Peteinosaurus had a wing span of up to 2 feet (60 cm) and weighed up to 3.5 ounces (100 grams). It was an omnivore, eating insects and plants. Peteinosaurus wa
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Peteinosaurus

Peteinosaurus “Winged lizard” from Late Triassic Europe. Its name is said to come from Greek peteinos, “winged”. Named by Rupert Wild in 1978.
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Peteinosaurus

Peteinosaurus (s {respell|pe|TY|nə|SAWR|əs} meaning `winged lizard`) was a prehistoric reptile genus belonging to the Pterosauria. It lived in the late Triassic period in the late Norian age (about 221 to 210 million years ago). ==Name== The genus has been described by the German paleontologist Rupert Wild in 1978. The type species is Peteinos..
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