Pterosaurs that eat Bats

In Papua New Guinea, the ropen is said to eat fish or giant clams or dead human bodies, or even living humans, at least once in a while on the mainland, between Lae and Finschhafen, in Morobe Province. But in some parts of the world pterosaurs, very much non-extinct, are said to eat bats. Live …

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Flying Fox and Pterosaur Sightings

In Papua New Guinea, and in surrounding countries in that part of the world, the flying fox fruit bat, with many species, is prevalent. Some of those bigger “Old World” bats may attain wingspans of over four feet, really big for a bat. But what does the flying fox bat have to do with modern dinosaurs …

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