CollectA Quetzalcoatlus With Prey
This Quetzalcoatlus figure (CollectA #88655) is from the CollectA Prehistoric Life Collection. Approximately 12cm tall and 10cm long. Comes with a young sauropod in its beak–the prey is non-removable. WARNING: Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. Quetzalcoatlus is a giant pterosaur, or flying reptile, from late Cretaceous North America. Similar to Hatzegopteryx, these animals had wingspans of 12-22m across. The uncertainty is due to the fragmentary remains of the fossils; pterosaurs, being flying animals, had very thin and light bones for their size. This model represents a recent interpretation of the giant pterosaurs as land-based hunter-scavengers; in this case, the Quetzalcoatlus has captured a baby Alamosaurus (among the last of the sauropods in North America).