Tupandactylus imperator 1

Tupandactylus

Tupandactylus imperator. Standing about the 5 feet tall (crest included) it possessed the largest headrest of any Pterosaur. Fossils indicate that soft tissue did in fact creat a large web between the upper and lower supports of the crest. It was discovered in Brazil in the Cretaceous deposits, making it one of the mid-to-late Pterosaurs. Estimates of its diet range from fish to fruit…

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