Flying Lizard, Illustration

Flying Lizard, Illustration

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Caption: Illustration of a flying lizard (Draco fimbriatus), from Louis Figuier's The World Before the Deluge, 1867 American edition. This illustration shows that flying lizards have membranous wings for gliding, much like pterodactyls did.

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