Posted 5 years ago
I found a lovely set of shark jaws at an antique mall. What I liked about it is that it did not have the usual shark jaw shape. Apparently it is from a young mako shark. This set is 9" tall x 6" wide. The usual set of shark jaws are longer in the horizontal plane than the vertical while this is the opposite. Seen phot #4.
This is a fish eating shark as the upper teeth are pointed as opposed to the triangle shaped teeth. The seal and surfer eaters have the triagle shaped teeth for slicing while the fish eaters have the pointy teeth for catching fish.