Reconstructed skeleton of giant pterosaur unveiled in Brazil

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The reconstructed skeleton and fossilised remains of a giant pterosaur have been unveiled at a museum in Brazil.

Measuring 8.2m from wingtip to wingtip, it is thought to be the biggest flying reptile fossil ever found in the country.

Marzieh Mashkoori reports.

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