- The Future Is Wild. Flexiraptor, a prehistoric bird of prey somewhat convergent to the caracaras. What is another name for a Crested Caracara?
- Pengana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Flexiraptor (Pengana robertbolesi) is an extinct species of bird of prey – the only one of its genus known to date – probably related to harriers.
- Extinct Birds - Aves - Ornithology - Conservation - Birding in India
- Flexiraptor (Pengana robertbolesi), an Australian caracara-like bird that lived 23- 16 million years ago in Queensland. Rails.
- Riversleigh Lagerstätten
- Other animals such as the specialised bird of prey, Flexiraptor could hunt in the trees and due to its special jointed feet, could pick out animals from tree hollows.
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