Meaning Opposite Birds
Height Various
Weight Various
Species Bird
Home The Big Pond
Pteranodon Terrace
North America
Time Cretaceous
Family Enantiornithine
Diet Omnivore- Bugs and seeds
Enantiornithine were some of the most common birds during the age of dinosaurs. Many were as small as sparrow and others were big as big as turkeys. Unlike modern birds, most enantiornithine have teeth. Enantiornithine is a omniverious bird that eat verity of berries, bugs and other avable meat. They lived in North America during the Cretaceous period. Known members is Elliott.