Xiphactinus audax

 

Xiphactinus audax

Locality: Kansas
Formation: Niobrara
Length: 3.8 m (12.5 feet) and 5.2 m (17.5 feet)
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Xiphactinus audax scale

Xiphactinus audax

Xiphactinus is the largest known bony fish, and was a voracious predator of the Western Interior Seaway. A number of specimens have been recovered with the intact remains of smaller fish preserved as stomach contents. TPI is the only producer of three-dimensional replicas of this amazing fossil, with every bone detailed and articulated as in life. We also offer panel mounted Xiphactinus specimens with a reconstructed fish-within-a-fish as well as a panel with isolated Xiphactinus stomach contents. A 3.8 meter (12.5 feet) life reconstruction is also available.

Xiphactinus Stomach Contents
Fish within a fish
Xiphactinus life model and skeleton