The Pterodactyl is the first pterodactyl that can be found in the stampede.
The Pterodactyl has a long, thin beak, which is light mint green at the front, fading into dark green towards its head. The inside of this beak has a similar gradient, although this time, the colours range from peach to hot pink. A crest is attached to the back of its head, coloured dark green with light mint green horizontal bands. Its most distinct feature is its wings, making up a very long wingspan. The front of its wings are dark green, and the membrane is light green, with some darker green shading at the back. Green claws, each with three talons and white nails, are attached to the folds of its wings at the front. Two feet and a tail that is shaped like a trapezium also make up the Pterodactyl.
Pterosaurs are the earliest vertebrates known to have evolved powered flight.
Baby Pterodactyl Edit
- The Pterodactyl's appearance is based on skeletal evidence of now-extinct pterodactyls, however the colour of pterodactyls was unlikely to be green.
- The description contains trivia about pterosaurs, a superset of pterodactyls.
- The Baby Pterodactyl's ability reflects the flying nature of the adult.