A baby Geosternbergia sternbergi or a baby Pteranodon longiceps. Can’t really say for sure, since both species are similar enough that Geosternbergia sternbergi used to be Pteranodon sternbergi, and there’s also the part where the crests (if males, females keep this kind of crest all throughout life) only come in later in life.
As for what it’s doing, I’ll leave that up to you. It could be hatching, or squawking at it’s mother for food, or even dead, if you’re so morbid that you’d want to imagine a fluffy little flapling dead (yes, that’s what baby pterosaurs are called).
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