Petros the Pterodactyl

Pterodatylus was a kind of Pterosaur.

They are flying reptiles; Pterodatylus wasn’t a dinosaur.

It lived around 150.8–148.5 million years ago, during the late Jurassic Period.

Pterodactylus was a relatively small pterosaur with a wingspan of just over 1 metre (3.28 ft.)

Pterodactylus had a long beak filled with around 90 short, sharp teeth.

It was a carnivore. It’s likely prey would have been fish and other small animals.

‘Pterodatylus’ means ‘winged-finger’. It was named by early Paleontologist Georges Cuvier.

Pterodatylus had specially-adapted, extremely long fourth fingers, which held out its wings.

Most Pterodactylus fossils have been found in the Solnhofen limestone deposits in Bavaris, Germany. Others have been found in England and in Tanzania.

Pterodactylus is a genus (a type of animal) of the suborder Pterodactyloidea. The only currently known species of Pterodactylus is Pterodactylus antiquus.

It evolved from earlier Pterosaurs called Rhamphorhynchoids.


  • Crochet toy Petros, the Pterodactyl is about 28 cm tall.


  • Inside my toys is a high-quality hypoallergenic polyester. It does not lose its form, and can also withstand cleaning in warm water.


  • My toys don't contain small, sharp or hard elements, which can be dangerous to the health of the child.
  • The eyes of the toys are made of hardened plastic, which is then covered with a protective compound. The eyes are firmly entangled with the cloth and in order to tear them away, you need to exert force.
  • But if you buy a toy for a small child, you can make a note with a request to replace the eyes with embroidered.


  • I recommend manual washing of the toys in warm soapy water. Rinse thoroughly from powder or soap, squeeze out all the water and allow to dry during the day.

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  • Handmade by Anifantra
  • Design and pattern by Sweet Oddity Art