Icarosaurus

Icarosaurus siefkeri was an early gliding reptile (a lepidosaur) that lived during the Triassic period, roughly 175 to 200 million years ago. It was 7 inches long and had a 10 inch wingspan. [Coelurosauravus is another gliding reptiles that lived 250 million years ago, long before Icarosaurus.] A single fossil of Icarosaurus was found in Granton Qu...
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Icarosaurus

(from the article `Triassic Period`) Some of the earliest lizards may have been the first vertebrates to take to the air. Gliding lizards, such as the small Late Triassic Icarosaurus, ...
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Icarosaurus

Icarosaurus (meaning `Icarus lizard`) is an extinct genus of kuehneosaurid reptile from the Late Triassic (Carnian age) Lower Lockatong Formation of New Jersey, dated to around 228 million years ago. It is closely related to lizards and the tuatara. Based on a partial skeleton missing part of the tail, some ribs, a hand, and parts of the legs, i.....
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