Wingspan: up to 11m
Period: Early Cretaceous
Time Span: 125 - 115 Million Years Ago
One of the larger pterosaurs of the early Cretaceous period, Anhanguera was also one of the few to sport crests on both sides of its long, narrow beak: a bulbous protrusion on top and a smaller, less obvious swelling on the bottom. Aside from this unusual feature, the most notable thing about Anhanguera was its relatively weak, puny legs; clearly, this pterosaur spent most of its time in the air, and had a clumsy, splay-footed posture on land. Anhanguera's closest relative was the later Ornithocherius; we can only speculate whether it was as colorful as two other roughly contemporary South American pterosaurs, Tapejara and Tupuxuara.
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