Kuehneosaurus

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Kuehneosaurus

 

Since the 1850s scientists have been discovering the remains of Triassic reptiles in Carboniferous limestones in Somerset, in southern England. In Triassic times theselimestones formed a desert ridge full of caves and gullies. Contemporary animals became trapped in these gullies and were fossilized in B rocks that were several million years older than they were.Among these fossils was the gliding reptile Kuehneosaurus. Animatronic Dinosaur

 

Kuehneosaurus

 

Features: The wings are formed from bones thatextend outwards from the sides of the animal. articulated where they attach to the body so that they could be folded back when not used. In appearance they would have resembled the flying dragon lizard of modern Malaysia, The rest of the body is rather lizard-like.

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