Shortfin Mako Shark - [original post: Thresher Shark.... Wtf id piss myself @Ryan Sullivan Anderson]

Shortfin Mako Shark - [original post: Thresher Shark.... Wtf id piss myself @Ryan Sullivan Anderson]

Tiger Sharks (not to be confused with the smaller and more docile leopard shark)…

Tiger Sharks (not to be confused with the smaller and more docile leopard shark)…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pair of shortfin mako sharks swim in the coastal waters of New Zealand. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea capable of bursts up to 60mph and of all shark species they have one of the largest brains relative to body size. The numbers of makos have declined worldwide due to over fishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable.  Coverage from an upcoming @natgeo story about shortfin mako sharks.  To see more shark and ocean…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pair of shortfin mako sharks swim in the coastal waters of New Zealand. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea capable of bursts up to 60mph and of all shark species they have one of the largest brains relative to body size. The numbers of makos have declined worldwide due to over fishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable. Coverage from an upcoming @natgeo story about shortfin mako sharks. To see more shark and ocean…

Adventure Together — Photo by @BrianSkerry  A Shortfin Mako Shark in...

Adventure Together — Photo by @BrianSkerry A Shortfin Mako Shark in...

Photo by @BrianSkerry A Shortfin Mako Shark in New Zealand swims open-mouthed at photographer Brian Skerry. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea, capable of bursts up to 60mph and of all shark species they have one of the largest brains, relative to body size. The numbers of makos have declined worldwide due to over fishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable.

Photo by @BrianSkerry A Shortfin Mako Shark in New Zealand swims open-mouthed at photographer Brian Skerry. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea, capable of bursts up to 60mph and of all shark species they have one of the largest brains, relative to body size. The numbers of makos have declined worldwide due to over fishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable.

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