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- Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus)
- Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus). Family Lamnidae, Mackerel sharks. Common name: mako.
- MAKO SHARK
- The mako shark is one of the most popular sharks in Mid-Atlantic markets.
- Blue Sharks & Mako Sharks
- Blue Sharks & Mako. Sharks. Emotionally, my first reaction to blue sharks approaching the dive boat felt like this picture.
- The biology and fishery of shortfin mako sharks (Isurus oxyrinchus
- Shortfin mako sharks are a high-value bycatch of pelagic longline fisheries off the eastern coast of .
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- Shep on Fishing: Local duo recounts battle with mako shark off Strathmere
- When Mike Giegerich goes sailing with Ed Auble on a 34 Hunter sloop out of Seaview Harbor Marina, they put out two fishing lines and troll mainly for bluefish. On Thursday, Aug. 4, they hooked up with 10 on a ride down to Cape May.
- Locals Bring in 200 Pound Mako Shark on Fishing Trip
- By Sara Bagwell From right to left: Tom Adams Sr., Dan Lemieux and Tom Adams Jr. stand with their catch at Lucky Bait in Warren.
- Woman reels in massive mako shark
- A woman reeled in a massive mako shark that was more than eight feet long in Scituate over the weekend. A mako shark caught off Scituate caused quite a spectacle when it was brought into Scituate Harbor.
- Bill To Ban Shark Finning In Calif. Moves To Full Senate
- Above: A female mako shark being finned at a shark fishing camp, Santa Rosalia, Mexico. More than 73 million sharks are killed every year through finning, where the sharks' fins are sliced off and the rest of the fish is tossed into the ocean to die.
- Video: Weekend Fishing Update
- An experienced fisherman and spear fisherman, Rice thought it was a large mako shark or a moderately sized white shark. The beaches were scheduled to be reopened by the weekend barring any other sightings.
Suggested Web Resources
- Shortfin mako shark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus ("sharp nose"), is a large mackerel shark.
- Isurus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For other uses, see Mako shark (disambiguation).
- MAKO SHARK - Enchanted Learning Software
- The short finned mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) has a conical snout, and long gill slits. It is pelagic but occasionally goes inshore.
- Shark Week- Mako Shark's Speed - YouTube
- Jul 31, 2008 The mako shark is the fastest shark in the sea. It uses it great speed to catch tuna and many other fish.
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