“Bakonydraco is a species belonging to the category of azhdarchid pterosaur. This was known to have lived during the upper cretaceous era in the Bakony Mountains situated at Western Hungary .
The genus got its name from Jiany Coralia, Atilla Ossi and David Wieshampel in the year 2005. The category of the species is Bakonydraco galaczi. The particular name galaczi was given to this genus to honor Professor Andras Galacz. His name was given because he helped the researchers to find the fossils of Bakonydraco, which remained in a bauxite mine of Hungary along with the fossils of other pterosaurs.
From the fossils it was found that the lower jaw of Bakonydraco was toothless and half of the mandible was fused of its total length, which formed a pointed section expanded vertically and also compresses side-to-side, it was also long, so it would have looked somewhat arrowhead or spearhead shape from the side view. This expansion is known to have occurred both on the top surface and on the lower edge, where the most acute point match up with a transverse ridge, which divides the straight back half.
The jaws of Bakonydraco were known to have been 11.4 inches (i.e.) 29cms long and its wingspan is estimated to be around 11.5 to 13.1 feet (i.e.) 3.5 to 4 meters, which is the normal size of a pterosaur. Since the jaws of Bakonydraco were comparatively taller than other azhdarchid pterosaurs, researchers feel that it would have fed in a different way from other azhdarchid pterosaurs.
According to the researchers Bakonydraco, would have been frugivore or piscivor. Piscivor is nothing, but creatures feeding on small fish. They also found that it would have been a dominant variety in the family of pterosaurs.”
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