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Pterodactyl is a term used to classify a group of flying reptiles that existed in a variety of sizes; with wingspans ranging from a few inches to over 40 feet. Thus height depends on which pterodactyl is in question. More »

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Pterodactyls lived in Europe, Australia, North America and Africa; many pterodactyl fossils have been found in the Bavarian region in Germany. During the Jurassic Period, when the pterodactyl lived, Bavaria was a wetland... More »

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Pterodactyls were carnivorous creatures that fed mainly on fish. Their long mouths contained about 90 teeth, enabling them to easily scoop up fish and quickly chew them into small pieces that were easy to digest. Contrar... More »

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