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MARK P. WITTON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MARK P. WITTON / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Pterosaur (Sinopterus sp.), artwork. Sinopterus lived during the Early Cretaceous, 120 million years ago. It had a wingspan of 1.2 metres and a proportionally large skull with a bird-like pointed beak. Possible fossilised Sinopterus vomit suggests that birds formed part of its diet.
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