The pterosaur Zhejiangopterus linhaiensis is in teh dinosaur base, eatin’ the all their dudes. Zhejiangopterus was an azhdarchid pterosaur from China, terrestrially stalking, as was (probably) their wont. I have given it a speculative soft-tissue crest — everything seems to have crests these days.
This composition is largely stolen from a painting by Christain Schloe. And thanks to Mark Witton for the skeletal reference.
P.S. Why is there an eye where the nostril should be? Your answer is in the question fish-bulb, that’s its nostril.