Dragon lizards fly by grabbing their fold-up wings with ‘hands’
Hold on tightMaximilian DehlingBy Bob HolmesThe dragons in the Harry Potter movies fly using wings made from modified forelimbs, just as birds and bats do. But real dragons — gliding lizards of the genus Draco — form their “wings” from flaps of skin stretched over elongated ribs and use their forelimbs for a different role: to help spread the wings...
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