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The Lacusovagus was a member of the Chaoyangopteridae family and was known as the lake wanderer. This unique name of Lake wanderer came from its basic habitat. These were bird-like dinosaurs that had a large wingspan.
The remains of this dinosaur were found in Brazil, and scientists claim that these dinosaurs probably existed during the Early Cretaceous period.
The ideal way to pronounce Lacusovagus is 'La-cu-so-va-gus'.
The Lacusovagus was a type of pterodactyloid pterosaur dinosaur that belonged to the family of Chaoyangopteridae.
Scientists claim that the Lacusovagus could have lived during the early cretaceous or in the lower cretaceous period.
It is currently unknown as to when the Lacusovagus became extinct. However, we can assume that these dinosaurs might have gone extinct during the Early Cretaceous or in the Lower Cretaceous period.
The Lacusovagus fossil remains have been found in the Crato formation and in the Araripe Basin in Brazil.
Lacusovagus fossils suggest that these dinosaurs lived during the Early Cretaceous period, and since the climatic conditions during this period were hot and humid, we can assume that the ideal habitat of these dinosaurs was near waterbodies likes and in dense forest basins as have been found in the Crato Formation.
We do not know whether this species lived in a group or alone.
The Lacusovagus was quite a large dinosaur, and thus we can assume that their lifespan was roughly around 30-50 years.
These creatures were oviparous.
The specimen that was found in the rocks of the Crato Formation had a partial upper jaw with space for its eyes. The skull was wide and long and had toothless jaws.
Owing to limited information, the total number of bones cannot be estimated at this moment.
Dinosaurs used a number of ways of communication. Apart from body signs, they often produced croaking sounds to communicate amongst themselves.
We do know the size of the Lacusovagus.
The speed of the Lacusovagus is currently unknown.
The weight of the Lacusovagus is not known.
No distinct names are used to differentiate between a male and a female dinosaur.
Baby dinosaurs were known as hatchlings.
The aggressive nature of the Lacusovagus is currently unknown.
The Lacusovagus fossils revealed that the Lacusovagus was the largest pterosaur found in the Crato Formation. It had a wingspan of 13 ft (4 m).
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