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Noun1.Isurus - mako sharksIsurus - mako sharks        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Isuridae, Isuridae - in some classifications another name for the family Lamnidae
mako, mako shark - powerful mackerel shark of the Atlantic and Pacific
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Regarding hooking location, most shark species were deeply hooked (58% overall, 60% for the blue shark and 50% for the shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus), respectively).
Thus, the principal goal of this study was to compare the trophic position of two sharks Prionace glauca (Linnaeus, 1758) and Isurus oxyrinchus (Rafinesque, 1810) -both well known as top predators in the southeastern Pacific waters (SEP)-, in two periods of time.
A group called Marine Environmental Monitoring examined the animal, Latin name Isurus oxyrinchus, on Sunday.
Of these the CRONOS and the CHAO DRACCO are the over the ear variety while in the in-ear segment, the ISURUS DUB - a gaming grade cross-platform headset - was also unveiled.
For the study, Epple and colleagues Joachim Enax, Oleg Prymak and Dierk Raabe used a multitude of high tech investigative techniques, including scanning electron micrographs, to look at the teeth of two different sharks: the shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus) and the tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier).
2) teeth adapted for seizing smaller fast prey such as small schooling fishes: these teeth are narrow and curved and tend to be moderately to very long; for example the shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus), salmon shark (Lamna ditropis) and sandtiger shark (Carcharias taurus); and
Most of the Hardie Mine sharks were nearshore inhabitants, but offshore forms such as Isurus, Carcharocles, and Palaeorhincodon were also present.
The ten groups most often landed were Raja spp., Centroscymnus coelolepis, Scyliorhinus spp., Centrophorus granulosus, Centrophorus squamosus, Prionace glauca, Mustelus spp., Torpedo spp., Isurus oxyrinchus, and Dalatias licha (Fig.
zygaena), the Gangetic shark (Glyphis gangeticus), which swims up the rivers of Pakistan and Bangladesh, and finally the mako shark (Isurus oxyrhinchus), which can leap from the water and has attacked many boats.
Ocurrencia de una hembra prenada de tiburon mako Isurus oxyrinchus al noroeste de Cuba