The world’s only known in-egg Pterodactyl embryo has been confirmed according to a report by Larissa Graham published on the Lufkin Daily News website on December 26, 2010
Dr. Neal Naranjo, a local amateur paleontologist and dinosaur fan, had a CT scan done of several fossils he has found. The collection included six dinosaur eggs.
The most startling discovery was the preserved embryo of a Pterodactyl, the only known in-egg Pterodactyl embryo in the world. Pterodactyls lived from the late Triassic period to the Cretaceous period
At least the T-Rex was slow and plodding so I could scramble up top somewhere and be safe from it's hunger pangs.
But this thing.... not so much.