A 30-foot-wide giant ‘Dragon of Death’ was buried in Argentina

Researchers in Argentina have found the largest pterosaur species ever found in South America. Called paleontologists by the so-called “dragon of death”, they found two giant flying reptiles in the Plottier Formation on a surface located in the province of Mendoza.

The southern width of the two grains was 23 feet (7 m) wide and 30 feet (9 m) wide, respectively. Researchers have confirmed that they are members of Azhdark, a family pterosaurs It lived at the end of the Cretaceous (about 146 million and 66 million years ago).

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