Thalassodromeus sethi Skull
Length: 1.4 m (4 feet 7 inches)
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Thalassodromeus was a large pterodactyloid from northeastern Brazil, named in 2002 by Alexander Kellner and Diogenes de Almeida Campos. It is from the Early Cretaceous Santana Formation. It not only was a large pterosaur, but had a huge and robust crest, which began above the snout and extended far behind the braincase. This enormous pterosaur may have filled a niche similar to that of the giant azhdarchid pterosaurs that proliferated later in the Cretaceous.