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World's Biggest Winged Dinosaur Presented In Bavarian Museum

INGOLSTADT, GERMANY - MARCH 21: Museum workers prepare a representation of what museum officials claim is the world's biggest discovered winged dinosaur prior to its exhibition at the Altmuehltal Dinosaur Museum on March 21, 2018 in Denkendorf, Germany. Bones of the dinosaur were found in the Transylvanian region of Romania and the museum has dubbed the creature "Dracula." The species of the dinosaur is so far unnamed, though it is part of a class of flying dinosaurs called Pterosaurs and is approximately 66 million years old. The wingspan of the reconstructed pterosaur measures 12 meters and when standing the creature measures three and a half meters in height. Original bones of the pterosaur are displayed in a separate display cabinet at the museum. Whether this new species could actually fly is unclear. (Photo by Andreas Gebert/Getty Images)
World's Biggest Winged Dinosaur Presented In Bavarian Museum
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