During the early Pliocene this species arrive in the skys to dominate the marine ecosystem over the waves, with 7,2 meter wingspan it just need to flap one or two times the hour to glide over dozens of kilometers.
Flavaalae is a missing link between Megaceloxus and Volatiosuchus. The wings are longer, the legs are spreadable to help the animal while landing. The tail is still long, even longer than that of Megaceloxus, but the marks ot the bones suggest that the tail crests increase too.
Flavaalae is known from Venezuela and Sri Lanka.