Xiphactinus prehistoric fish. Artwork of a school of Xiphactinus audax, a large bony fish that lived during the Late Cretaceous (99.6-65.5 million years ago). Xiphactinus measured 4.5 to 5 metres in length and was a voracious predator.
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