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Thalassodromeus sethi

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Thalassodromeus sethi

Thalassodromeus sethi is a pterosaur from the Late Cretaceous period that belongs to the family Pteranodontidae. This fascinating flying reptile was discovered in Brazil and is characterized by its impressive wingspan, which reached around 5 meters. Its name, Thalassodromeus, means "sea runner," suggesting that it probably spent a lot of time over the oceans in search of food.

The most distinctive thing about Thalassodromeus sethi is its elongated, thin skull, which resembles a spear. This unique design suggests that it may have been specialized in capturing aquatic prey. In addition, their jaws were equipped with long conical teeth, ideal for catching fish in flight or even diving into the water to capture prey.

Its long, slender neck allowed it to reach significant distances when searching for food, and its expansive, robust wings indicate an adaptation to long-distance flight.

Approximate measurements of Thalassodromeus:

  • Complete 1:35 Scale
    • Length 58mm
    • Height 58mm
    • Wingspan 135 mm

  • Complete 1:20 Scale
    • Length 101mm
    • Height 102mm
    • Wingspan 236mm