This piece took a while despite its size, so I'm rather fond of it. Inspired by a photo displaying a pelican swallowing a fish, with the sun acting as a backlight for its pouch, here is a female Pteranodon (Pteranodon longiceps) doing the same. Pteranodon is an interesting pterosaur because it seems to show remarkable sexual dimorphism (the males are the ones with long crests that are commonly shown) and despite its name literally translating to "toothless wing", its often portrayed with teeth for some ungodly reason. The media also has a problem with depicting pterosaurs as naked, even though they were coated with fine pycnofibres - structures similar to mammalian hair. The fish she's swallowing is a young Spearjaw (Saurodon leanus), which when fully grown would exceed 6ft and would have been a fierce predator dwarfed by even bigger, fiercer predators.