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Mako sharks primarily feed on schooling fish like mackerel, anchovy and tuna. However, as a pelagic ? open-ocean ? shark, the mako is necessarily a opportunistic feeder that feeds on a variety of other prey, such as crus... More »

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According to SharkSider.com, the lifespan of the mako shark ranges from 28 to 35 years in the wild. Poachers and fishermen pose the biggest threats to the species. Mako sharks are found throughout the world in offshore t... More »

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Mako sharks prey on a wide variety of pelagic fishes, including mackerels, herrings and salmon. Examination of specific populations from Cape Hatteras to the Grand Banks of Newfoundland indicates that the bluefish is pre... More »

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Mako sharks prey on a wide variety of pelagic fishes, including mackerels, herrings and salmon. Examination of specific populations from Cape Hatteras to the Grand Banks of Newfoundland indicates that the bluefish is pre... More »

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Mako sharks, cookie cutter sharks, sandbar sharks, smooth dogfish and the common thresher are all types of sharks that live in the Atlantic Ocean. The bull shark, known as the most dangerous to humans, also inhabits the ... More »

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