Thalassodromeus is a species of medium sized pterosaur from the early cretaceous. It likely fed on fish. The crest was probably for attracting a mate or species recognition. If it was for the former, there could potentially be sexual dimorphism, where females are smaller with small crests while males are larger with bigger crests. However, this hasn't been proven.
Thalassodromeus was cloned a year after its discovery. It was done through ostrich eggs.
Like most other pterosaurs, thalassodromeus is fed fish, albeit small fish.
76 Thalassodromeus are kept by the beach until the pterosaur pen is created.
Thalassodromeus is not involved in any projects.