And on how many continents would we encounter them? How might they adapt to the global distribution of humans? Would they populate our cities in the form of scavenging pterosaur-gangs? What would they eat — and would humans be on the menu?
Dr. Mark Witton — palaeontologist, palaeoartist, and author of the forthcoming book Pterosaurs — answers all these questions and more in the second half of a two part series that explores the implications of modern life in the company of pterosaurs. [Read the first installment here.]