Boy finds extinct reptile's bones





A six-year-old has unearthed 120 million-year-old pterosaur bones while hunting for dinosaur relics during a day out at a beach with his father.

Owain Lewis discovered the extremely rare fossil, part of a flying reptile called a pterosaur, at Compton Bay near Freshwater on the Isle of Wight.

The find comprises delicate wing bones of the extinct flying reptile.

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