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Mosasaurus

Quick Mosasaurus Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in oceans all around the world - Was about as long as a modern North Pacific right whale - Weighed as much much as a modern Sperm whale - Ate fish, shellfish and squids

Anhanguera

Quick Anhanguera Facts: - Lived during the Early Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as South America and Australia - Was 12 times heavier than a Red-tailed Hawk - Had 3 times the wingspan of a Crowned Eagle - Was an Omnivore

Pteranodon

Quick Pteranodon Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as North America - Was 12 times heavier than a Red-tailed Hawk - Had 3 times the wingspan of a Crowned Eagle - Was a Piscivore and/or Carnivore

Quetzalcoatlus

Quick Quetzalcoatlus Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now known as North America - Was named after the mythic serpent god Quetzalcoatl - Its wingspan was 3 times larger than an Andean Condor - Weighed almost as much as a Panda Bear

Dimorphodon

Quick Dimorphodon Facts: - Lived from the Middle Jurassic Period through the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe and Central America - Was about the size of a modern-day American Crow - Weighed less than a liter of water - Was a Piscivore or Insectivore

Pterodactylus

Quick Pterodactylus Facts: - Lived during the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe and Africa - Was about the size of Common Buzzard - Was a Piscivore or Insectivore - Was the first Pterosaurus known to science

Tapejara

Quick Tapejara Facts: - Lived from the Early Cretaceous Period through the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now South America - Had the wingspan of a modern-day Albatross - Weighed 4 times as much as an Albatross - Presumed Piscivore but may have been Carnivorous

Hatzegopteryx

Quick Hatzegopteryx Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Europe - Lived on Hatzeg Island - Was over 3 times taller than a human male - Had twice the wingspan of a modern Albatross - Was a Carnivore

Rhamphorhynchus

Quick Rhamphorhynchus Facts: - Lived during the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Europe - Was about the size of a Rock Pigeon - Had a wingspan as big as a yard stick - Grew slowly like a modern alligator - Its favorite fish to eat was Aspidorhynchus - Was a Piscivore

Ornithocheirus

Quick Ornithocheirus Facts: - Lived during the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Europe and South America - Probably weighed as much as 3 eagles - Had a wingspan 3 times greater than a Bald Eagle's wingspan - Was a Piscivore

Alanqa

Quick Alanqa Facts: - Lived during the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Africa - Had a wingspan 2.5 times the wingspan of a Bald Eagle - Was 14 times heavier than a Bald Eagle - Was a Carnivore

Tropeognathus

Quick Tropeognathus Facts: - Lived from the Early Cretaceous Period through the Middle Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now South America - Had a wingspan 3 times greater than a Bald Eagle's wingspan - Was 7 times heavier than a Bald Eagle - Was a Piscivore

Sordes

Quick Sordes Facts: - Lived during the Late Jurassic Period - Lived in what is now Asia - Was the size of a pigeon - Name means "devil" - Ate Insects and Small Amphibians

Dsungaripterus

Quick Dsungaripterus Facts: - Lived during the Early Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now Asia - Had a winspan as wide as a car is long - Weighed about as much as 3 cats - Ate shellfish, fish, mollusks and carrion

Pterodaustro

Quick Pterodaustro Facts: - Lived during the Early Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now South America - Was about the size of a flamingo - Lived on a diet of shrimp, plankton and small crustaceans - May have had pink feathers

Nyctosaurus

Quick Nyctosaurus Facts: - Lived during the Late Cretaceous Period - Lived in what is now North and South America - About the size of a Bald Eagle - Had a wingspan about the length of a car - Was a Piscivore

Longisquama

Quick Longisquama Facts: - Lived during the Middle Triassic Period - Lived in what is now central Asia - Was about the size of a Guinea Pig - Was an Insectivore/Herbivore - Might have glided tree to tree

Scutosaurus

Quick Scutosaurus Facts: - Lived during the Late Permian Period - Lived in Eurasia - Was as heavy as a horse - Was armor plated - Was an herbivore

Limnoscelis

Quick Limnoscelis Facts: - Lived during the Early Permian Period - Lived in what is now North America - Was as long as a Galapagos Tortoise - Weighed as much as a house cat - Was a Carnivore

Tseajaia

Quick Tseajaia Facts: - Lived during the Early Permian Period - Lived in what is now North America - Was as long as a yard stick - Weighed less than a Chihuahua dog - Was an Herbivore

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