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Cearadactylus pterosaur, artwork. Cearadactylus was a flying reptile that inhabited what is now South America during the early Cretaceous period, between 120 and 110 million years ago. It was carnivorous, and probably fed on fish, which it caught from the water with its protruding teeth. Its wingspan could reach up to four metres.
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