All Anhanguera reviews

Anhanguera (2006)(Schleich)

Review and photographs by Loon, edited by Suspsy It’s very easy to see where the inspiration for this model came from. While the name stamp on this figure’s wing might say “Anhanguera,” it is very clearly based on the BBC Walking With Dinosaurs series’ Ornithocheirus. Which isn’t the worst inspiration, as the two species are …

Anhanguera (World of History by Schleich)

Review and photos by Nathan `Takama`Morris, edited by amargasaurus cazaui and Suspsy Anhanguera was a pterosaur that hails from the Santana Formation in Brazil. It is recognized by two crests that were found on its beak (one on the top, one on the bottom). The overall look of this pterosaur resembles that of its cousin …

Pterosaur (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd)

In 2003, a new species of African pterosaur was unveiled by paleontologist Paul Sereno. Discovered in the southern Sahara, the animal’s 16-foot wingspan and sharp teeth enabled it to soar down from the skies and snatch up fish some 110 million years ago. But annoyingly, despite the fact that we are now rapidly approaching the …