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Pteranodon longiceps from the Late Cretaceous of North America, was one of the largest pterosaurs, with a wingspan of up to 6 metres (20 ft).
Pteranodon was a reptile, but not a dinosaur. However, dinosaurs and pterosaurs may have been closely related, and most paleontologists place them together in the group Ornithodira, or "bird necks".
The diet of Pteranodon is known to have included fish; fossilized fish bones have been found in the stomach area of one Pteranodon.
It would have flown rather like a modern-day albatross. Those birds spend long stretches of time at sea fishing, and utilize a flight pattern called "dynamic soaring" which exploits the vertical gradient of wind speed near the ocean surface to travel long distances without flapping. However, Pteranodon could flap their wings and fly with power, too.
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