Eosipterus (name meaning "Yang's Dawn Wing") is a genus of pterosaurs that originated during the Early Cretaceous period in what is now China.


Era & DiscoveryEdit

Eosipterus lived in the Early Cretaceous period in Prehistoric China over 125 million years ago. The genus was named in 1997 by Chinese paleontologists Ji Shu'an and Ji Qiang. 

Physical AttributesEdit

Eosipterus had a 3.3-7 foot wingspan, making it rather small for a medium sized pterosaur.

Behavior & TraitsEdit

Like many pterosaurus, Eospiterus lived in huge flocks and often ate fish.