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Fossil of a toothless pterosaur commonly found in China and Brazil is discovered on the Isle of Wight (www.dailymail.co.uk)

The petrified remains of the flying reptile – its jawbone – was spotted by a dog walker in Sandown Bay, on the island’s south-east coast.

 

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