Relatives of pteranodons, quetzalcoatluses were enormous flying animals with wingspans that often exceeded 30 ft (9.1 m). When on the ground, they moved about in a quadruped posture. They spent most of their time on the air.
Quetzalcoatluses were not overtly aggressive and did not immediately attack unless threatened.
When in combat, a quetzalcoatlus could do devastating attacks when attacking with its powerful bite, especially if diving into its target during flight.
Quetzalcoatluses were common to the mountainous areas and beaches of Chult, where small groups of individuals could be spotted flying overhead. In particular, several nests of these animals could be found in the Mistcliffs.
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