Teeth of the Pterosaurus. An extinct flying reptile that defined the image in the sky for 160 million years. Read more.
Teeth of the extinct Pterosaur, a flying reptile that dominated the sky for 160 million years.
220 million years ago the first Pterosaurs emerged and got extinct 66 million years ago together with the dinosaurs. The Pterosaur was a flying reptile and not a dinosaur, but was closely related. From the still living animal they are most closely related to crocodiles and birds.Flying hunter
The pterosaur was the first flying vertebrate. The skeleton was very light and the skin consisted of strong muscles and tendons. The teeth were located in the front of the mouth, which can best be compared with a beak, in order to capture and hold fish.
Finding site of the teeth
These teeth are found in KemKem formation in Morocco, just like the Spinosaur and Mosasaur Teeth. These mountains contain a wealth of fossil remains from the age of the dinosaurs.