Xiphactinus audax, a giant fish
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Xiphactinus audax sp., a giant predatory fossil fish
Late Cretaceous, western North America

Xiphactinus was the top predatory fish of the vast inland seas of North America in the Late Cretaceous.  Reaching lengths of 18 feet, the tarpon-like Xiphactinus fed on whatever it wanted, as evidenced by some specimens found with a six-foot long fish preserved in its stomach.  This replica is of the skull of a large individual.  It comes ready to hang.

This fossil cast comes with an informative card.

Size:  22" x 18"

  • Item #: 136

Xiphactinus audax, a giant fish

Price: $350.00
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