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The Biono-bot pterodactyl is a type of Biono-bot built in the image of the the long extinct Pterodactylus antiquus, although it far more resembles a Pteranodon. They were constructed in 2049 by Dr. Richard Remy along with the rest of the Biono-bots as attractions in the "Dino Zone" at the Remy Natural History and Marine Preserve.
The Biono-bot pterodactyl that was to be used as the lead in a pterodactyl airshow on the Remy Natural History and Marine Preserve's opening day, but during a demonstration, it began to menace the young Danny Quon, perched atop the head of Kong. With no override in place, Botila was unable to stop it. Kong then punched the bot out of the sky, much to the ire of Richard Remy. When King Kong escaped his habitat and ventured into the Dino Zone, three Biono-bot pterodactyls were sent in to apprehend the beast. They circled back to attack him, but he was able to grab one and use its wing to slice through the remaining two. After escaping the park and making it out onto the Golden Gate bridge, Richard sent another Pterodactyl to fight Kong, but it was also defeated and dropped into San Francisco bay. At a military warehouse late one night, Botila pulled off a heist with the help of two goons named Brag and Wheeler. However, when Kong came to intervene, three pterodactyls were summoned to stop him. He leapt up and grabbed one, which hovered in the air a moment despite supporting Kong's immense weight before he threw it to the ground, and pinned another beneath his feet.
The Biono-bot pterodactyls can shoot lasers from their mouths.
The claws of the Biono-bot pterodactyl are sharp enough to cut hair on contact, and they are seen scratching Kong and cutting off bits of his fur.
Biono-bot pterodactyls have demonstrated incredible strength. One has been shown to be capable of staying airborne while supporting the immense weight of Kong.
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