Triassic Bull Canyon Peteinosaur Pterosaur sabre tooth dinosaur beds #2

A nice pterosaur sabre tooth from the Bull Canyon Formation of New Mexico. No serrations as is expected from an animal that ate small insects, fish and other vertebrates. A good example of this small type.

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