This Enamel Pin was inspired by the rare and impressive Hatzegopteryx!
- Likely the apex predator inhabiting Hațeg Island, which was situated in the Cretaceous subtropics in the prehistoric Tethys Sea
- Discovered in the Densuş Ciula Formation, an outcropping in Transylvania, Romania
Initially thought to be a theropod in 1991, but given its current name and classification as a pterosaur in 2002
- Has an estimated wingspan of almost 40 feet, and is up to 36 feet in length
This Pachyrhinosaurus Pin is over 1.5" wide with a silver colored base
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