Scientists have identified what they believe is the largest flying bird ever.
It’s called the “p-sandersi,” and it lived between 25-and-28-million years ago.
The bird had paper-thin hollow bones, that let it go for great distances without flapping its wings.
However, it may have need a running start to fly.
Some construction workers found the bird bones 31-years ago while working at the charleston international airport in South Carolina.
They were so huge, they had to be dug up with a backhoe.