Pteranodon was among the largest of the prehistoric winged lizards, with an adult wingspan ranging between 9 and 20 ft. Their wings were formed by a membrane of skin muscle and other tissues stretching from the top of the legs to a dramatically lengthened fourth finger. Early species had long, fully-toothed jaws and long tails Pteranodon are sometimes referred to in the popular media as dinosaurs but this is incorrect The term 'dinosaur" is specific to a certain group of prehistoric reptiles with a unique upright stance
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