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Fossils of new dinosaur species discovered in Lebanon


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Researchers have identified a new flying dinosaur species analyzing fossils found from a limestone quarry in Lebanon. The fossils are more than 95 million years old from a pterosaur, most common form of pterodactyl. Termed Mimodactylus libanensis, the pterosaur is believed to have once ruled the Tethys Seaway, a huge shallow body of water between what would in future become Europe, North Africa, and Southeast Asia.