- Name Meaning: “Two-form tooth”
- Habitat: England & Mexico
- Length: 8 ft3m
- Weight: 3 lbs2 kg
- Stance: Quadruped/Winged
- Diet: Fish and insects
- Age: Mid-Jurassic
Dimorphodon is one of our park’s pterosaurs, or flying reptiles. It evolved to soar through the Jurassic skies, with large eyes, quick jaws and sharp talons perfect for catching fish—or other prey.
Fossil imagery courtesy of Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Did you know?
The Dimorphodon is a “snap-feeder,” with quick jaws suited to snatching fish and insects.