Preondactylus

Preondactylus was a primitive pterosaur that lived during the late Late Triassic period . It is the oldest pterosaur yet known. This flying reptile had a wingspan of 5 feet (1.5 m) and a very short lower jaw bone. It may have eaten insects. Fossils have been found in the Preon Valley of Udine, northern Italy. The type species is P. buffarinii, name
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Preondactylus

Preondactylus is a genus of long-tailed pterosaur from the Late Triassic that inhabited what is now Italy. It was discovered by Nando Buffarini in 1982 near Udine in the Preone valley of the Italian Alps. ==Anatomy== Preondactylus had single cusp teeth, meaning they had one point on each tooth. Its diet either consisted of fish, insects or both, b
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