Jurassic King of the Sky in Tacuarimbo: Paleontologists Describe Taquadactyl, Pterosaur That Lived 150 Million Years Ago | newspaper

Reconstruction of Tacuadactylus luciae by Felipe 'Bones' Montenegro

Reconstruction of Tacuadactylus luciae by Felipe ‘Bones’ Montenegro

types Tachodactylus Lucia, which was slightly larger than a seagull, lived at the end of the Jurassic period and was known by researchers from the Faculty of Science.

Let’s take a trip back in time. Let our imagination take us 150 million years to the end of the Jurassic period. For starters, it might feel a little weird. The land we step on today, which we called Uruguay at the time, was tied to the soil of our African neighbors across the street. 150 million years ago our continents would not have separated. But this is something we can only notice if we can lift ourselves high enough off the surface. But, precisely, raising ourselves by our own means is something we could neither do now nor then. And there we realize…

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