Rhamphorhynchus "beak snout") is a genus of long-tailed pterosaurs in the Jurassic period. Less specialized than contemporary, short-tailed pterodactyloid pterosaurs such as Pterodactylus, it had a long tail, stiffened with ligaments, which ended in a characteristic diamond-shaped vane. The jaws of Rhamphorhynchus housed needle-like teeth, which were angled forward, with a curved, sharp, beak-like tip lacking teeth, indicating a diet mainly of fish
Ammonite Fossils ,someone carved a skull shape into this ammonite - vandalism of ancient natural wonder if Mother Nature ? or does it provide greater interest as 'enhanced / adapted ' in ancient times ? You decide , jury is out on this issue
danbensen: “cro-magnon-critic: “ danbensen: “ guindagear: “ Dorygnathus banthensis Mother Dorygnathus hunted early lizard (Lepidomorpha group) back to her nest on a top of broken tree ,for feed her young dory puppy. ” Is that what we’ve decided to.