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Pterrific Pterosaurs - Set of 6 Toys

Original price $50.94USD
Current price $44.99USD
SKU 100524

This toy set lets you take to the skies with six Pterosaur figures to patrol the prehistoric airways of imagination! Though often called “flying dinosaurs” the Pterosaurs were actually not dinosaurs at all, but flying reptiles of the order Pterosauria.

  • Characteristics: Pterosaurs came in many shapes and sizes, and this set showcases some of their unique and diverse qualities - from the long-tailed and sharp-toothed Rhamphorhynchus to the toothless Quetzalcoatlus – believed to be the largest flying animal of all time. Also included in this set are the short-winged Dimorphodon, the toothy Pterosaur, and the crested Pteranodon and Tapejara.

  • Size and Color:This set contains 6 flying reptile figures:

    The Quetzalcoatlus is 7 ¼ inches long and has a wingspan of 8 ¾ inches. Its body is brown, while its head features a striking blue and white face with a pink crest.

    The Pterosaur figure is 4 inches long and has a 7 inch wingspan, with a yellow and brown body, an orange tip to its beak, and black edges on its wings.

    The Pteranodon is 3 inches long with a 7 ¼ inch wide wingspan, and its coloration is brownish orange with yellow accents.

    The Rhamphorhynchus is 7 inches long with an 8 inch wingspan. Its body is dark brown above and light brown below, with red accents on the wings, head and tip of its tail.

    The Dimorphodon is 5 ¾ inches long with an 8 ½ inch wingspan, with an orange-brown body, blue and red wings, and a bright red head.

    The Tapejara is 3 ¾ inches long and has an 8 ¼ inch wingspan. Its body is various shades of brown, with a bright blue head and red crest.

  • The Pterrific Pterosaurs 6 Figure Set is part of the Prehistoric World collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free


Pterosaurs first appeared in the Triassic Period over 225 million years ago and lived right up until the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous Period around 66 million years ago. Though they were related to dinosaurs, they were not actually dinosaurs and belonged to a group called archosaurs, along with dinosaurs and crocodiles. Pterosaurs are believed to be the first known vertebrates to develop true flight.
  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • UPC: 095866005207