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STL Science Center
19 July 2014
Pantydraco has a funny name. However, it also has a fragmented skull. The fragmented skull was reconstituted based on the skull of the originally assigned genus, Thecodontosaurus. The skull, therefore, is not entirely correctly, assembled. The teeth are not entirely peg-like and not flatly cusped either. Instead, they are almost predatory. The diet of the animal is not, however, completely known and is partly guessed at with some sources claiming herbivory, some omnivory, and others carnivory.