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CollectA - Xiphactinus

Item# CA-88928
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Vibrant, shiny grey gills and an open mouth showcases sharp teeth. The scales shimmer and reflects light depending on the angle of the light.

The CollectA Xiphactinus measures: 6.4 L x 2 W x 2 T.

CollectA Xiphactinus #88928 Review:

The head on this figure is particularly noteworthy, with vibrant shiny grey gills and an open mouth that displays a mouth full of sharp teeth. The scales and shiny finish on the body give it a lifelike appearance that glistens in the light, depending on how it's positioned.

The flippers and fins are also well-designed and add to the realism of the figure. The overall look of the Xiphactinus is impressive, making it a great addition to any collection.

The only downside to this model is the lack of variation in the inside of the mouth. It would have been nice to see more detail or color variation, but this is a minor issue compared to the overall quality of the figure.

Xiphactinus Information:

Xiphactinus is an extinct genus of large predatory fish that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 100 to 66 million years ago. This prehistoric fish was one of the largest bony fish that ever existed, reaching lengths of up to 20 feet and weighing over a ton.

The name Xiphactinus is derived from the Greek words "xiphos," meaning sword, and "aktinos," meaning ray, which refers to the fish's sword-shaped body and long, pointed fins. Its body was streamlined and muscular, with a long and narrow snout that was filled with sharp teeth, perfect for hunting and capturing prey.

Fossils of Xiphactinus have been found in several parts of the world, including North America, Europe, and South America. These fossils have helped paleontologists to learn more about the anatomy and behavior of this ancient fish.

Xiphactinus was a formidable predator that likely preyed on smaller fish and marine reptiles, including mosasaurs and plesiosaurs. It had a highly developed sense of smell, which it used to locate prey, and a powerful tail fin that allowed it to swim at great speeds.

Part of the Prehistoric Life Series by CollectA.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: CollectA 88928

by CollectA

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3+ Years

CollectA Dinosaurs - Xiphactinus #88928

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