Rhamphorhynchus (SciiFii)
Rhamphorhynchus sciifii (name meaning "SciiFii's Rhamphorhynchus") 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. Rhamphorhynchus sciifii is a nocturnal animal, feeding on a wide range of nocturnal small fish, insects, cephalopods, and crustaceans, having a lifestyle similar to that of a skimmers. It is a solitary animal that lives most of its life alone, but during breeding seasons, it congregates in large flocks up to around 100-145 at a time. Rhamphorhynchus sciifii is found throughout 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. Rhamphorhynchus 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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