AOL Pages About Extant Pterosaurs
"Hometown has been shut down."
But most of the web pages on living (extant) modern pterosaurs are salvaged.
"We're sorry to inform you that as of Oct. 31, 2008, AOL® Hometown was shut down permanently. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause." That was announced on the People Connection blog. "Reader comments" made it obvious: Many web site creaters were distressed and some were angry with America Online (AOL Hometown).

The good news is that not all users of AOL failed to backup files. Yes, the shutdown of Hometown was not a 100% disaster, at least not for those interested in the living-pterosaur web pages. Here are some new links.
Cryptozoology and Pterodactyls
Cryptozoology . . . is more of an open-minded approach to investigating eyewitness testimonies of creatures not classified. [cryptids not yet classified]
Do Pterodactyls Fly
. . . ancient-pterosaur-extinction ideas are ill-founded, in other words, the idea that all species of pterosaurs are long gone is only an assumption.
What Happened to Pterosaurs?
Part One, Why Believe in Extinction:
It’s important to include the word “reasoning” when referring to evidence, for each scientist brings personal assumptions into any scientific investigation. (Whitcomb)