Angustinaripterus

Name Angustinaripterus
(ang-GUH-stin-uh-RIP-ter-us)
Angustinaripterus
Means Narrow Nostril Wing
Period Middle Jurassic
Where China: Zigong, Sichuan
Size Wingspan: around 5.25 feet
  Gliding silently above the water Angustinaripterus, a member of the flying reptile family of pterosaurs, kept a wary eye on the rippling surface below for that flash of silver that represented a school of prehistoric fish. With a quick dive toward the water the long narrow jaws of Angustinaripterus could snatch a fish while the sharp, narrow teeth held the struggling victim firmly until the pterosaur was ready to swallow it whole.