Pterodactylus is a Pterosaur characterized by a long, thin head, small body, fairly long legs and a very wide wingspan. Pterodactylus kochi is a small Pterosaur with a wingspan of only about 18 inches. It was a toothed flying reptile with very short teeth located only on the front part of the jaws; it probably fed on small fish and insects.
At least 27 specimens have been found primarily in the Solnhofen limestone of Bavaria, Germany, dated to the late Jurassic Period, about 150.8–148.5 million years ago.
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