What is a pterosaur?
Leptostomia is a small pterosaur only known from its forceps-like beak.
The strong jaws and blunt teeth of Ordosipterus helped it break the shells of its food.
This English pterosaur appears to have family ties to long-snouted tapejarids from Asia.
Africa’s first known tapejarid lived alongside the enormous theropod Spinosaurus.
The first record of boreopterids outside of China is also the first record of them in a riverside environment.
Although known only from snout fragments, Apatorhamphus adds to the diversity of pterosaurs known from the Kem Kem beds.
The only known specimen of Luchibang had a wingspan of about 2 meters, but was a juvenile when it died, and may have grown much larger.
Azhdarchids like Albadraco were the top predators on ancient Hateg Island.
Paleontologists thought the first bones from this giant Canadian pterosaur were from Quetzalcoatlus.