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“A trio of Pteranodon longiceps, two males and one female.”
Geological time: Late Cretaceous, 86 - 84,5 Ma
Fossils found in Kansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Wyoming and South Dakota

A trio of Pteranodon longiceps, two males and one female.”

Geological time: Late Cretaceous, 86 - 84,5 Ma

Fossils found in Kansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Wyoming and South Dakota

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