🦖 Old Bones, New Thrills: Australia’s Oldest Pterosaur Fossils 🦴 Unearthed, Dating Back 107 Million Years! 🗓️
In a revelation that has us saying, “Dude, that’s ancient!”, Australian scientists have unearthed fossilized pterosaur bones, about 107 million years old. 🌍✨😲 These winged, ferocious-toothed reptiles lived during the Mesozoic Era, making birds look like late bloomers by taking to the skies a cool 65 million years before our feathered friends even thought about it. 🦅🚫 The big discovery: partial pelvis and wing bones of an adult and a juvenile pterosaur, respectively. 🦴 And brace yourself, these bad boys are rare, especially in Australia! 🇦🇺
Calling all the history buffs out there!
Ever fantasize about time-traveling to the era of dinosaurs, when winged pterosaurs ruled the skies? No, not dragons – these aren’t Game of Thrones episodes we’re talking about, they’re real-life Jurassic beasts! 🦖😅
This week, your fantasies just got a bit more grounded in reality, thanks to some old, really old, fossils unearthed in Victoria, Australia.
These fossils, dating back a whopping 107 million years, have been confirmed as the oldest pterosaur remains found in Australia, a truth weirder than fiction. Imagine the Jurassic scenes they would have witnessed! 🌴🦕🌋 But how did they get there? That’s what the researchers want to find out. 🤔
Scientists got their hands