Zhejiangopterus (means Zhejiang wing) is an extinct genus of pterosaur that existed in the late Cretaceous period in what was now China. Zhejiangopterus was a close cousin of Quetzalcoatlus. But fossils of Quetzalcoatlus are found in North America while Zhejiangopterus is found in Asia.
Zhejiangopterus is known from one species, Zhejiangopterus linhaiensis.
Zhejiangopterus linhaiensis was a large pterosaur. It had a wingspan of up to 16 feet long. It did not have a crest on the back of its head. It ate fish which it dove into the water for.
In popular culture
Zhejiangopterus appeared on Dinosaur Train.