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30th Jun '16 8:24:50 AM TheNicestGuy
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** Turu reappears briefly on ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBros'', since it was inspired by and occasionally crosses over with ''Jonny Quest''. In "Venture Libre", Turu is Dr. Venture's first taste of the weirdness going on in the jungle of Puerta Bahia, which his own rogue creation has turned into a refuge for victims of unethical super science. Though still enormous, grasping and damaging a jet the size of a Concorde, this incarnation of Turu has no teeth. The tendency to mix up pterosaur species is lampshaded when one of the refugees demands that Dr. Venture be killed for being a super scientist and for murdering Turu:
-->'''Dr. Venture:''' Is Turu a pterodactyl?\\
'''Carl the Cheetah-Man:''' ''Pteranodon'', you monster!\\
'''Venturestein:''' See, he not even good at science.
26th Jun '16 12:40:40 PM schoi30
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* The 2006 remake of ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}: Nobita's Dinosaur'' featured ''Pteranodon'' that can walk on their hind legs and ''Quetzalcoatlus'' that hunt in flocks. However, the ''Pteranodon'' were shown [[ShownTheirWork diving for food like pelicans]].

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* The 2006 remake of ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}: Nobita's Dinosaur'' featured ''Pteranodon'' that can walk on their hind legs and ''Quetzalcoatlus'' that hunt in flocks. However, On the other wing, the ''Pteranodon'' were shown [[ShownTheirWork diving for food like pelicans]].pelicans or gannets]].
26th Jun '16 12:22:18 PM schoi30
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* The 2006 remake of ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}: Nobita's Dinosaur'' featured ''Pteranodon'' that can walk on their hind legs and ''Quetzalcoatlus'' that hunt in flocks.

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* The 2006 remake of ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}: Nobita's Dinosaur'' featured ''Pteranodon'' that can walk on their hind legs and ''Quetzalcoatlus'' that hunt in flocks. However, the ''Pteranodon'' were shown [[ShownTheirWork diving for food like pelicans]].
15th Jun '16 9:52:45 PM Tarbtano
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* Essentially, [[IAmNotWeasel Pterosaurs aren't Dinosaurs]]. Pterosaurs were closely related to the dinosaurs, being more closely related to each other than to modern crocodiles, but pterosaurs were not dinosaurs themselves. For comparison, it's like how canines and felines are both in the "Carnivora" group, but dogs are not cats and cats are not dogs.

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* Essentially, [[IAmNotWeasel Pterosaurs aren't Dinosaurs]]. Pterosaurs were closely related to the dinosaurs, being more closely related to each other than to modern crocodiles, but pterosaurs were not dinosaurs themselves. For [[note]]For comparison, it's like how canines and felines are both in the "Carnivora" group, but dogs are not cats and cats are not dogs. dogs.[[/note]]
15th Jun '16 9:51:34 PM Tarbtano
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* Essentially, [[IAmNotWeasel Pterosaurs aren't Dinosaurs]]. Pterosaurs were closely related to the dinosaurs, being more closely related to each other than to modern crocodiles, but pterosaurs were not dinosaurs themselves.

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* Essentially, [[IAmNotWeasel Pterosaurs aren't Dinosaurs]]. Pterosaurs were closely related to the dinosaurs, being more closely related to each other than to modern crocodiles, but pterosaurs were not dinosaurs themselves. For comparison, it's like how canines and felines are both in the "Carnivora" group, but dogs are not cats and cats are not dogs.
10th Apr '16 6:42:14 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* The Quetzalcoatlus from The Hunter Primal while reasonably accurate (they have Pycnofibers and a realistic skull shape) show a KidnappingBirdOfPrey like behaviour similar to the ones seen in ''VideoGame/PrimalCarnage'' and ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis'' in which they grab the player's character with their feet (which is anatomically impossible) to then letting you free causing to suffer a swift death [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou by showing you how gravity works]]. Ironically and in spite of the fact that Quetzalcoatlus was one of the most terrestrial species of Pterosaur, they are never seen on the ground.

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* The Quetzalcoatlus ''Quetzalcoatlus'' from The Hunter Primal while reasonably accurate (they have Pycnofibers and a realistic skull shape) show a KidnappingBirdOfPrey like behaviour similar to the ones seen in ''VideoGame/PrimalCarnage'' and ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis'' in which they grab the player's character with their feet (which is anatomically impossible) to then letting you free causing to suffer a swift death [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou by showing you how gravity works]]. Ironically and in spite of the fact that Quetzalcoatlus was one of the most terrestrial species of Pterosaur, they are never seen on the ground.
9th Apr '16 9:11:16 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Quetzalcoatlus from The Hunter Primal while reasonably accurate (they have Pycnofibers and a realistic skull shape) show a KidnappingBirdOfPrey like behaviour similar to this seen in ''VideoGame/PrimalCarnage'' and ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis'' in which they grab the player's character with their feet (which is anatomically impossible) to then let it free causing to suffer a swift death by NotTheFallThatKillsYou . Ironically and in spite of the fact that Quetzalcoatlus was one of the most terrestrial species of Pterosaur, they are never seen on the ground.

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* The Quetzalcoatlus from The Hunter Primal while reasonably accurate (they have Pycnofibers and a realistic skull shape) show a KidnappingBirdOfPrey like behaviour similar to this the ones seen in ''VideoGame/PrimalCarnage'' and ''VideoGame/DinoCrisis'' in which they grab the player's character with their feet (which is anatomically impossible) to then let it letting you free causing to suffer a swift death death [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou by NotTheFallThatKillsYou .showing you how gravity works]]. Ironically and in spite of the fact that Quetzalcoatlus was one of the most terrestrial species of Pterosaur, they are never seen on the ground.



* Pteranodons are enemies in the [[JungleJapes Amazon]] level in ''VideoGame/{{Strider}}'', and they look sort of allright outside of their leathery ponty wings. The fact they exist in the year 2048 is justified as they (like all other dinosaurs in the stage) were bio-engineered by the BigBad as one of his experiments.

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* Pteranodons are enemies in the [[JungleJapes Amazon]] level in ''VideoGame/{{Strider}}'', and they look sort of allright outside of their leathery ponty pointy wings. The fact they exist in the year 2048 is justified as they (like all other dinosaurs in the stage) were bio-engineered by the BigBad as one of his experiments.
8th Apr '16 11:09:46 PM CJCroen1393
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* Averted with the ''Quetzalcoatlus'' in ''{{VideoGame/Saurian}}'', which is quadrupedal, covered in pycnofibers, and catches prey in its beak instead of its talons.

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* Averted with the ''Quetzalcoatlus'' in ''{{VideoGame/Saurian}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Saurian}}'', which is quadrupedal, covered in pycnofibers, and catches prey in its beak instead of its talons.
3rd Apr '16 2:31:56 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* Averted with the ''Quetzalcoatlus'' in ''VideoGame/Saurian'', which is quadrupedal, covered in pycnofibers, and catches prey in its beak instead of its talons.

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* Averted with the ''Quetzalcoatlus'' in ''VideoGame/Saurian'', ''{{VideoGame/Saurian}}'', which is quadrupedal, covered in pycnofibers, and catches prey in its beak instead of its talons.
3rd Apr '16 2:31:20 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* Averted with the ''Quetzalcoatlus'' in ''VideoGame/Saurian'', which is quadrupedal, covered in pycnofibers, and catches prey in its beak instead of its talons.
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