Hyneria eating stethacanthus

Hyneria was a lobe-finned fish, it had a solid bony skeleton, stout muscular fins and was covered in large scales. It also had powerful jaws and sharp teeth, and could swim fast making it a deadly predator. It used keen eyesight and an acute sense of smell to detect prey, such as large fish and even primitive amphibians, such as Hynerpeton. This fish was also over 4 metres long, and weighed 2 tonnes.