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From the BBC:
Flying reptiles came in miniature
A new fossil species of flying reptile with a wingspan of less than 30cm (1ft) has been discovered in China.
The nearly complete articulated skeleton was unearthed in fossil beds from north-eastern China.
The 120-million-year-old reptile had not reached adulthood when it died, but neither was it a hatchling.
Study of the fossil suggests it is one of the smallest pterosaurs known, a team says in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The researchers from Brazil and China say the toothless, sparrow-sized specimen contains several unique anatomical features that distinguish it from other pterosaurs (ancient flying reptiles).
For example, some of the foot bones are curved in a way not seen in other members of this reptile group. This, say the authors, indicates the pint-sized creature spent much of its time living in the trees.
Pterodaustro, another pterosaur species: here.
A Reappraisal of Azhdarchid Pterosaur Functional Morphology and Paleoecology: here.