Mako Shark - Isurus oxyrinchus. The teeth are designed to seize and hold fast swimming fish.
Mako Shark – Isurus oxyrinchus – Short Finned Mako can swim at 80 kph

Mako Shark Fishing Mako Shark is also called blue pointer, mackerel shark, and is known.

Grant Collins pictured with his 153kg mako shark caught off Banks Peninsula, on the Canterbury Coast.
Mako Shark weighing 153 kgs caught off the Canterbury Coast

Canterbury Sport Fishing Club Mako Shark Mako shark taken off the Canterbury Coast Grant Collins.

Neville Cane caught this enormous 370kg mako shark off Kaikoura in February 1999. Photograph courtesy of Nick Powell and New Brighton Sports.
Mako Shark – Isurus-oxyrinchus – Hunting Mr Mako and 370kg Mako

Hunting Mr Mako by Allan Burgess This shark is known right throughout its worldwide range by.