Anurognathus (SciiFii)
Anurognathus sciifii (name meaning "SciiFii's Anurognathus") is a species of tiny pterosaur that originally lived in Late Jurassic Europe and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii. Anurognathus sciifii is a nocturnal insectivore that mainly feeds moths, crickets, flies (including mosquitos), and other nighttime insects, as well as spiders. It is able to see in darkness as well as owls due to its large eyes on its frog-shaped head, and is able to snatch on insects and spiders with its needle-sharp teeth. It has a similar lifestyle to nocturnal insect-eating bats and birds, able to compete successfully with them for food and territories, yet aren't known to be causing declines in any nocturnal bat or bird species, despite competition. It is a solitary animal in most of its life, except during breeding seasons, when many males and females find each other and become mates for life. Anurognathus sciifii is found throughout of Eurasia, Africa, Australia, North America, and South America as a result of the SciiFii Pterosaur Incident, which occurred on October 12, 2039, and was caused by unidentified criminals and their failed attempt to steal pterosaurs for wars, but unintentionally released the pterosaurs out of the exhibits and into the modern world. Anurognathus sciifii is a very common species, not in risk of extinction, due to being an adaptable animal that is able to live in cities and suburbs, not just the wilderness.
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