Classification: Pterosauria, Ornithocheiridae
Body length: 5 m
Body weight: 15 kg
Period: Early Cretaceous
Location: South America
Named after the Ceara region of Brazil, where its single, incomplete fossil was found, Cearadactylus was a typical plus-sized pterosaur of the early Cretaceous. Judging by its long, narrow beak with long, intermeshing teeth at the very end, Cearadactylus made its living by plucking fish out of lakes and rivers.