Three new pterosaur casts were installed in late March and are now flying high over our museum’s prehistoric landscape.
A flock of Cycnorhamphus pterosaurs were carefully installed about 30 feet above the Dinosaurs in Their
Time exhibition, but can be viewed up close from the Lee B. Foster Jurassic Overlook.
These pterosaurs are distinct because of their peg-like teeth, which may have allowed them to probe in mud for food or crush hard-shelled animals.
They have a six-foot wingspan and were found in Germany and France.