Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs

Museums, Natural history

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Cue the Jurassic Park helicopter shot and that John Williams score—at least inside your head—as the Natural History Museum dedicates an exhibition to pterosaurs, the extinct family of bird-like flying reptiles. Scope out an assembly of rare casts, life-size models and interactive exhibit where visitors can “pilot” two species of flying pterosaurs over prehistoric landscapes. Afterwards, make sure to check out the museum's impressive collection of pterosaurs in the dinosaur hall.



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