“Now, you’d think a mouthful of teeth would be scary enough, but this animal – the Dimorphodon – actually has two distinct types of teeth in its jaws. And it flies! Well, more accurately, glides.”
— Claire Dearing
Dimorphodon (“two-form tooth”) is a pterosaur believed to belong to the family Rhamphorhynchoidea from the Early Jurassic Period of southern England. The species is unique among pterosaurs because it has two types of teeth like that of a mammal.
Dimorphodon is one of the smallest species of pterosaur, with a wingspan of 1.5 metres. Like other pterosaurs, it is housed exclusively in an Aviary.
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1 meter (3.3 feet)
3.06 m (10 feet)
1.45 meter (4.6 feet)