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Thalassodromeus is a small dsungaripteromorph from the Santana Formation of Brazil.
It is a good pterosaur to employ the hit-and-run tactic due to its decent damage, but lacks the swimming capabilities that the Pteranodon possesses.
It possesses a thin coating of light brown pycnofibres. It has a large light yellow crest and beak with black spots and black crest top.
Many paleoartists make it seem like a pterosaurian version of a Cheetah, chasing down small prey and catching it with it's toothless beak, crushing the poor victim's bones and swallowing it whole due to it lacking any teeth to chew it with. It maybe was a scavenger, stripping flesh off bones with ease just like modern day Vultures. Or it maybe was a Herbivore or a Omnivore like some tapejarids and dsungaripteromorphs scientists think might be able to eat primitive fruits which they could crush with their powerfull beaks. But for now their diet is unknown.Thalassodromeus is small and hard to hit other than using AOE attacks. However, it can very easily be grabbed, giving it a disadvantage. Young Thalassodromeus can be pretty hard to spot and can bite large animals and be very annoying. Thalassodromeus can also glitch through the ground fairly easy and this is the common cause of ground glitching as they build nests and spawn as sea creatures.