Pteranodon sternbergi sketch by Mark “Crash” McCreery for The Lost World. No longer considered by some to be a pteranodon species at all, but a separate genus known as Geosternbergia, this pterosaur is identified by its short, upright crest rather than the long, backward pointing crest usually associated with pteranodons (such as those seen in Jurassic Park III).
The story for The Lost World originally called for the flying reptiles to play a larger role, attacking the escaping helicopter at the end of the movie. Instead, the scene was scrapped in favor of the San Diego sequence, but the pteranodon does make a brief cameo appearence at the very end of the film.

Pteranodon sternbergi sketch by Mark “Crash” McCreery for The Lost World. No longer considered by some to be a pteranodon species at all, but a separate genus known as Geosternbergia, this pterosaur is identified by its short, upright crest rather than the long, backward pointing crest usually associated with pteranodons (such as those seen in Jurassic Park III).

The story for The Lost World originally called for the flying reptiles to play a larger role, attacking the escaping helicopter at the end of the movie. Instead, the scene was scrapped in favor of the San Diego sequence, but the pteranodon does make a brief cameo appearence at the very end of the film.

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