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Pterodactylus Fun Facts

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Pterodactylus
The first Pterodactylus fossil was found in Bavaria and identified by an Italian scientist named Cosimo Alessandro Collini in 1784, well before the explosion of dinosaur finds in the 1800s.
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Unlike the Pteranodon, which was toothless, the Pterodactylus had a beak filled with teeth and thus was able to consume a variety of prey.
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Other than central Europe and some parts of Africa, Pterodactylus specimens have also been found in England.
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Pterodactylus, or "pterodactyls," are the most well-known members of the Pterosaur order, which includes over 100 other species of flying reptiles.
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The Pterodactylus's fourth finger was far longer than the other three, stretching out to form the upper part of its 3-foot wingspan.
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Most complete or nearly complete Pterodactylus fossils belong to juvenile-aged specimens, and paleontologists have yet to discover a complete adult fossil.
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Although it was first identified as a unique animal in 1784, the Pterodactylus was not named as such until French naturalist Georges Cuvier named it in 1809.
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Scientists have discovered evidence of crests on the skulls of juvenile-aged Pterodactyluses, with the crests hardening as the reptiles matured.
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The Pteranodon lived much later than the Pterodactylus and had a much larger wingspan, up to 30 feet compared to the earlier creature's average 2-3 feet wingspan.
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Unlike fast-growing birds, the Pterodactylus took a long time to grow up after hatching, not reaching full size and maturity until after it was two years old.