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And I would fly 5,000 miles and I would fly 5,000 more




Although recent opinions state Quetzalcoatlus northropi may have been too bulky to take off, calculations show that if it could get off the ground, it may have been capable of flying 10,000 miles in a single nonstop flight. If this was indeed the case, it's possible that fossils scattered across various continents could be more closely related than thought.

PhysOrg - 10,000 miles: New study proposes giant pterosaurs were record long-distance fliers (press release)
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