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Dragons of the air: An account of extinct flying reptiles

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Dragons of the air: An account of extinct flying reptiles
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Publisher: D. Appleton & co.
ISBN/ASIN: B003YJFP9U
Number of pages: 240

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The history of life on the earth during the epochs of geological time unfolds no more wonderful discovery among types of animals which have become extinct than the family of fossils known as flying reptiles. Its coming into existence, its structure, and passing away from the living world are among the great mysteries of Nature.

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