Guidraco venator, gen. et sp. nov. 2012

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Guidraco venator, gen. et sp. nov. 2012

Special thanks to tklarenb for digging this one up!

A snaggle-toothed pterosaur has been covered from China. They're calling it the "hunting ghost dragon", and they're pretty convinced it didn't eat fish due to problems posed by its enormous teeth. Even if you don't read this one, I highly recommend viewing the photo of the fossil!

Wired - 120-million-year-old ‘ghost dragon’ pterosaur discovered in China (press release with photo and diagram of fossil)

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