X-Ray PrintsPhoto Galleries | Updated 5 years ago Nautilus Shell – Nautilus repertus shellThe Nautilus is the only living cephalopod whose body structure is externalised as a shell. It has remained relatively unchanged for millions of years, making the Nautilus a living fossil. Coneshell spiral – Conus virgoA predatory and venomous sea snail. Cowry – Cypraea tigrisA large sea snail that measures up to 15 cm in length Turbo – Turbo jourdaniThis is the largest turban shell that occurs in Australia. urban Shells have a large, right-handed, spirally-coiled shell into which the animal can fully withdraw. Great White Shark – Carcharodon carchariasShark Jaw of a Great White Shark. Great White Shark – Carcharodon carchariasAre you afraid of the Great White Shark? These giant fish can reach 4 – 5 metres long and weigh up to 1,100 kilograms. It is rumoured they can get even bigger. Tiger Snout Seahorse – Hippocampus subelongatusThis protected seahorse species is endemic to West Australian waters, and spends its time in muddy, silty habitats of less that 20 metres. Elapid Snake – Suta fasciata (Rosen’s Snake)Collected in a recent survey of Millstream National Park Silver Arowana – Osteoglossum bicirrhosumhis fish is a native to South America. Also called the ‘monkey fish’, the Silver Arowana can jump out of the water to catch its prey. Tasmanian Devil Skull – Sarcophilus harrisii skullThis rowdy marsupial is in the midst of a battle for survival against a devastating disease. In some areas, Devil Facial Tumour Disease has wiped out 90% of the population. Trevally – Carangoides speciesThis predatory fish is hunted as well as hunter. A prized game fish, the Trevally is powerful and fast. Are you a Tiger Snout Seahorse enthusiast? Are you searching for a unique gift for a Silver Arowana lover? From sharks to shells, Western Australian Museum Prints has an array of x-ray images that you can choose to feature on canvas, phone covers, mouse mats and much more. All prints are high quality images that have been x-rayed for the Western Australian Museum x-ray collection, allowing you to see inside your favourite critter in great detail. To purchase your favourite print visit http://www.wamuseumprints.com.au View the discussion thread.