General Statistics


full-sized Anhanguera

  • Name: Anhanguera santanae
  • Name Meaning: Old Devil
  • Diet: Piscivore
  • Wingspan: 4-6 meters (13-20 feet)
  • Time Period: Early/Middle Cretaceous
  • Classification: Pterosauria --> Pterodactyloidea --> Ashdarchoidea --> Ornithocheiridae
  • Place Found: Santana Formation, Brazil
  • Describer: Wellnhofer, 1985

Dinosaur King Statistics

Anhanguera Dive

Anhanguera Dive

  • Attribute: Normal
  • Appears In: Move Cards (Anhanguera Dive)
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Owner: Foolscap (Spectral Space Pirates), Ursula (Alpha Gang)
  • First Appearance: Desert Heat
  • Dinosaurs Defeated: Ace
  • Other: It was first summoned by Foolscap's Pachyrhinosaurus to defeat Ace. However, it was defeated by Tupuxuara after Paris used Green Impulse. Later, Spiny uses Anhanguera Dive to help save the D-Team after the bridge was cut down underneath them, as well as chase away Foolscap. Two Anhangueras were summoned, who saved Max and Rex from falling.

Move Cards

Anhanguera Dive
Summon Anhanguera to dive-bomb your opponent.


Mesozoic Meltdown:

Anhanguera was first summoned by Foolscap's Pachyrhinosaurus using Anhanguera Dive in Persia to defeat Ace, but then Zoe used Green Impulse, summoning Tupuxuara, which managed to defeat it by dragging it along the ground. His card was reclaimed by (presumably) Zoe.

Later in Paris, Ursula let Spiny summoned him to save the D-Team, after they felt of a collapsing bridge. This time the move summoned 2 Anhanguera, who saved Max and Rex. And they also chased Foolscap away.


  • Anhanguera's color (yellow) matches with the sign of its move card (yellow) in a similar manner as the pterosaurs in two of the other Dive moves, Tupuxuara and Tapejara.


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Normal: Anhanguera · Archaeopteryx · Cryolophosaurus · Dromiceiomimus · Gallimimus · Leaellynasaura · Pawpawsaurus · Piatnitzkysaurus · Quetzalcoatlus · Segnosaurus · Stegoceras · Struthiomimus · Tapejara · Troodon · Tupuxuara · Velociraptor
Grass: Minmi · Muraenosaurus · Oviraptor · Pteranodon · Seismosaurus · Supersaurus · Tupuxuara
Water: Futabasaurus · Ophthalmosaurus
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