They possibly fed while flying by dipping their long jaws into water and catching fish with their interlocking teeth.
In 2013, the species was moved to a new genus, as Cimoliopterus cuvieri.
She was awarded the with the carte du combattant signifying service under particular hazard in 1920.
They were probably adapted for long-distance oceanic soaring; their fossils have mainly been found in marine settings.
The first known specimen, consisting of the front part of a snout, was discovered in , England, and described as the new species cuvieri in 1851.
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