Dsungaripterus grounded

A couple of months back I posted an image of a ‘flying’ mount of the odd pterosaur Dsungaripterus taken at the IVPP. I had intended to include, but completely forgot, this image of a walking mount from the Beijing Natural History Museum. There’s not much to say here since I have already covered pterosaur quadrupedality and at least a few more details on Dsungaripterus in the last post, so I’ll leave this as a short picture post.

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