The world's largest ever flying bird, with a wingspan measured at around 24 feet long, was appropriately unearthed at an airport. Continue reading →
Many pterodactyls, such as the ones depicted in Jurassic Park, were huge, but the dino-era airborne beasts evolved from a tiny flying reptile. Continue reading →
Tiny fruit flies and fighter pilots have at least one thing in common: they both use ultra speedy banked turns to evade enemies. Continue reading →
Flying snakes take on a strange shape that helps them to stay airborne over long distances. Continue reading →
Birds can use this skill to fly in amazingly precise patterns that blanket the sky.
Hawkmoths ultrasonically scream their way out of becoming dinner. Continue reading →
The massive, winged reptiles, pterosaurs, swarmed over Cretaceous England some 110 million years ago, fossils suggest. Continue reading →