Here is the original entrance to the museum. Now you enter off of either Exposition Boulevard or opposite the Coliseum.
Pterosaurs are prehistoric flying animals. Closely related to dinosaurs, they are only one of three groups of animals to have achieved powered flight, the others being bats and birds. They ranged in size from a wingspan of 18 inches to the massive quetzalcoatlus which had a 33 foot / 10 meter wingspan. I’m not sure of the name of this one, though; it greets you at the entrance to the exhibit.
Many fossils and reconstructions show both what these beasts looked like and how scientists learned about them.
Forget fly like an eagle, fly like a pterosaur.
After seeing the exhibit, we visited the Rose Garden to the east of the museum. Pokémon were everywhere.