Flying Monsters

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Flying Monsters DVD cover.

Documentary (2011)
French title : Ptérosaures, les monstres du ciel
Aka : Flying Monsters 3D

Sir David Attenborough (Himself, narrator and passenger of the glider)

A natural history documentary about the pterosaurs. There is a 3D variant unsuitable for IMPDB use of screenshots.

Glaser-Dirks DG-1000S

Reg. G-CKKV Glaser-Dirks DG-1000S c/n 10-57T2 operated by Lasham Gliding Society.

FM DG-1000S.jpg

The flight is a demonstration of the size and capacities of the Quetzalcoatlus Northopi pterodactyloid pterosaur.

FM Quetzalcoatlus.jpg
FM G-CKKV 776.jpg

Various Gliders

Others gliders in the background are of different types. The nearest is probably a Schleicher ASK 21.

FM Gliders.jpg

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