Because Leptostomia begaaensis' beak was so unlike those of other pterosaurs, it is thought that paleontologists may have been uncovering the fossilized beaks for some time now, without realizing what they were from

If the movie Jurassic World is to be believed, pterosaurs could easily catch and eat human-sized prey. A newly discovered species of the prehistoric flying reptile wouldn't have posed much of a threat to us, however, as it likely fed more like a modern-day sandpiper.

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