Fossils reveal that dinosaurs' flying cousins become twice as efficient at flying over 150 million years.
Paleontologists have discovered fossil remains belonging to an enormous 'toothed' bird that lived for a period of about 60 million years after dinosaurs.
We found footprints that measure around 24 centimetres long. We suspect they came from animals with legs the same height as humans.
A 'game-changing' fossil pterosaur suggests these species could easily fly between continents, helping to explain why similar specimens have been found all over the world.
Researchers use CT scanners to take first look inside pterosaur eggs.
An exciting discovery suggests small pterosaurs weren't forced out by the rise of birds.
Recent research is helping us to solve the mysteries of these bizarre prehistoric creatures.
Chinese researchers have announced the rare discovery of fossilised pterosaur eggs. Xiaolin Wang from the Chinese Academy…