Pteranodon adohomo (name meaning toothless wing created by man) is a species of large fish-eating pterosaur that includes some of the largest known flying reptiles, with wingspans over 7 meters (23 feet). They once lived during the late Cretaceous geological period of North America in present-day Kansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota, but they now exist throughout the modern day coastlines of North America and Eurasia (in winter, most of the inland areas throughout North America and Eurasia) thanks to SciiFii bringing them back from extinction. They are normally social animals that can live in large flocks up to about 250 in a single area, and they mainly feed on small and large schooling fish such as tuna, salmon, and among others, but can also feed on carrion and man-made food made of meat, making them a sort of pterosaurian version of seagulls. Pteranodon adohomo is also a common sight in zoos and safari parks, including Cretaceous Park.
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