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When you purchase one of these fossils you will recieve a random Xiphactinus audax vertebra that is considered to be in grade B condition: i.e. it has a small amount of distortion, may have some missing chips, and may have uneven color. The pictures featured here are representative of these fossils, but the specific fossil you get may not be featured here.


Have you ever wanted to have a piece of the biggest predatory bony fish in the Cretaceous? Here's your chance! Get one Xiphactinus audax vertabra found in the Niobrara Chalk Formation in Lane County, Kansas. They are 85 million-years-old and vary in size from around 5-8cm.

Xiphactinus audax vertebrae | B Grade | Real Fossil

SKU: AXVB000001

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