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Flying Monsters 3D with David Attenborough (2011) Poster

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David Attenborough claims that pterosaurs didn't evolve filter-feeding forms, yet an earlier scene informed us that one pterosaur, Pterodaustro, was in fact a filter-feeder.
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Factual errors 

Aktinofibrils, as the program explains, are what allowed pterosaurs to fold their wings in a neat, precise way, seemingly confusing them with the elongated muscles that ran through their wings. Aktinofibrils were actually stiffening rods.
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The animal Tupandactylus is constantly referred to as Tapejara. While it has been placed inside the Tapejara genus once, studies published in 2007 indicate that the animal belonged to a separate genus.
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