Shortfin Mako Shark Animal Pictures

Isurus oxyrinchus

The backs of the Shortfin Mako Shark range from a metallic indigo blue to deep purple while their sides are generally silver.

The backs of the Shortfin Mako Shark range from a metallic indigo blue to deep purple while their sides are generally silver.
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The backs of the Shortfin Mako Shark range from a metallic indigo blue to deep purple while their sides are generally silver.

Shortfin mako shark swimming just under the surface, offshore, about 50 kilometers past Western Cape in South Africa. This picture was taken during a blue water baited shark dive.

Shortfin mako shark swimming just under the surface, offshore, about 50 kilometers past Western Cape in South Africa. This picture was taken during a blue water baited shark dive.
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Shortfin mako shark swimming just under the surface, offshore, about 50 kilometers past Western Cape in South Africa. This picture was taken during a blue water baited shark dive.

Shortfin mako shark with pilot fish.

Shortfin mako shark with pilot fish.
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Shortfin mako shark swimming with pilot fish. Pilot fish are small fishes that can be seen swimming alongside sharks and other bigger fishes.

A diver swimming with a Shortfin mako shark. These sharks are aggressive predators and should be avoided if possible.

A diver swimming with a Shortfin mako shark. These sharks are aggressive predators and should be avoided if possible.
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A diver swimming with a Shortfin mako shark. These sharks are aggressive predators and should be avoided if possible.

Shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) Isolated on white background.

Shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) Isolated on white background.
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Shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) Isolated on white background.