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You are on Shark Jaws Page 10

Contents this page: MILK, NIGHT,  NURSE-COMMON, TAWNY; HUMPHEAD PARROTFISH HEAD; PENCIL, PORBEAGLE, PORT JACKSON, PORTUGUESE DOGFISH, PRICKLY DOGFISH, GRAY REEF, ROUGHSKIN DOGFISH, ROUGHTAIL STINGRAY JAW and mouthplate, SANDBAR HEAD, SANDBAR,  SANDTIGER-COMMON,  SANDTIGER-GREY NURSE,  SANDTIGER-SMALLTOOTH,  SEVENGILL-BROADNOSE, SEVENGILL- SHARPNOSE Shark jaws  (SJ-260 to SJ-340 series)
 

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MILK SHARK jaws

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(Rhizoprionodon acutus)

A requiem shark of the family Carharhinidae

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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#SJ-260-D

3-3/4 x 2-1/4"

$30  SOLD

 

NIGHT SHARK JAWS

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(Carcharhinus signatus)

Relatively rare, in 20 years of jaw business we have never had this species before.

The night shark is distinguished by its very long, pointed snout, longer than the width of its mouth. This green eyed shark has a relatively small first dorsal fin that starts behind the free rear tips of the pectoral fins. The second dorsal fin is also small and low, starting just above the anal fin; with a low interdorsal ridge between the first and second dorsal fins. The moderately long pectoral fins are slightly sickle-shaped with narrowly rounded ends.

The night shark typically feeds on squid and small bony fishes, including flyingfish, scombrids, butterfishes, and sea basses.

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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#SJ-270-C

10-1/2" wide x 8-3/4" tall, multiple broken teeth on top right

$90  SOLD

 

NURSE SHARK (Tawny)

The tawny nurse shark (Nebrius ferrugineus) is a species of carpet shark in the family Ginglymostomatidae, and the only extant member of the genus Nebrius.  Nocturnal in habits, the tawny nurse shark tends to spend the day resting in piles of two dozen or more individuals inside caves or under ledges. At night, it is a active-swimming predator that uses a powerful suction force to extract prey from inside holes and crevices.

Upper

Lower

 

#SJ275-10

4" wide

(2 available)

$110

#SJ275-20

5" wide; stock photo

(4 available)

$135

 

#SJ275-30

6" wide; stock photo

(7 available)

$160

 

#SJ275-40

7" wide; stock photo

(7 available)

$185

 

#SJ275-50

8" wide; stock photo

(13 available)

$210

#SJ275-60

9" wide; stock photo

(7 available)

$235

 

SJ275-70

10" wide; stock photo

(2 available)

$264

 

NURSE SHARK (Common)

(not to be confused with "grey nurse shark)  Ginglymostoma cirratum, is a shark in the nurse sharks (Ginglymostomatidae) family, the only member of its genus Ginglymostoma. Nurse sharks can reach a length of 4.3 m (14 feet) and a weight of 330 lbs (150 kg).  The name derives from a Greek term meaning "hinged mouth". 

Nurse sharks are nocturnal animals, spending the day in large inactive groups of up to 40 individuals. Hidden under submerged ledges or in crevices within the reef, the nurse sharks seem to prefer specific resting sites and will return to them each day after the night's hunting. By night, the sharks are largely solitary; they spend most of their time rifling through the bottom sediments in search of food.

Upper & lower jaws

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#SJ276-3

7-1/2" wide x 4-1/4" tall

$155  SOLD

 

HUMPHEAD PARROTFISH JAW 

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Phylum: Chordata; Superclass: Osteichthyes; Class: Actinopterygii; Order: Perciformes; Suborder: Labroidei; Family: Scaridae.

Though most parrotfish teeth are bumpy, the Humphead parrotfish has 2 chiclet-like top & 2 bottom teeth, still effective in biting/grinding coral to eat.

Parrotfishes are a group of fishes that traditionally had been considered a family (Scaridae), but now often are considered a subfamily (Scarinae) of the wrasses. They are found in relatively shallow tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world, but with the largest species richness in the Indo-Pacific. The approximately 90 species are found in coral reefs, rocky coasts and seagrass beds, and play a significant role in bioerosion.

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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Average 2-3/4 x 2 x 2" wide

$55 each

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#SJ-277-1

 



#SJ-277-3




#SJ-277-4




#SJ-277-5




#SJ-277-6




#SJ-277-7




#SJ-277-8




#SJ-277-10

 

PENCIL SHARK

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(Hypogaleus hyugaensis)

Order: Carcharhiniformes, Family: Triakidae

Common name: Blacktip Topeshark

This shark is a small triakid shark with a patchy distribution in the Indo-Western Pacific.

#SJ-277-100

2-1/2" wide

$20  SOLD

 

PORBEAGLE SHARK JAW

(Lamna nasus)

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A species of mackerel shark in the family Lamnidae, found in the cold & temperate marine waters of the North Atlantic and Southern Hemisphere.  In the North Pacific, its ecological equivalent is the closely related salmon shark.  Distinctive about the porbeagle are the THREE- CUSPED TEETH.

Front & back 

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Close up of top & bottom jaws

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#SJ-278-10

13 wide x 11" tall

$475 SOLD to Tony

 
 

PORT JACKSON SHARK (RARE)



(Heterodontus portusjacksoni)


This is a type of bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae, found off southern Australia including the waters off Port Jackson

   

   

 

#SJ278-40

5-1/4” wide x 3-3/4” tall

Includes two fins, 2-1/2” and 2-1/4” long

(1 available)

$310

 

   

 

#SJ278-41

5-1/4” wide x 3-1/2” tall

Includes two fins with skin and 9 vertebra 3” x 2”, and 3-1/4” tall x 2-1/2” wide with 8 vertebra, and a piece of skin 3-3/4” long x 2” wide

(1 available)

$395

 

   

#SJ278-50

5” wide

(1 available)

$275 
SOLD

   

   

 

#SJ278-51

5” wide x 4-1/4” tall

(1 available)

$340

 

   

 

#SJ278-60

4” wide x 3-3/4” tall

Includes two dorsal fins 3-1/4” and 3”, and piece of skin 1-3/4” x 1-1/2”

(1 available)

$245

 

   

   

#SJ27
8-61

4” wide x 3” tall

Includes fin with skin and 7 verts 3-3/4” tall x 1-3/4” wide, and another 3-1/2” tall x 1-1/4” wide with 7 verts

(1 available)

$290

 

   

 

#SJ278-95

2-1/4” wide x 2-1/2” tall

Includes 2 fins  2-1/2” and 2-3/8”, and 8 loose vertebra 1/4” diameter

(1 available)

$220

 

   

 

#SJ278-97

2-1/8” wide x 2” tall

Includes dorsal fin 1-7/8” long

(1 available)

$160

 

PORTUGUESE DOGFISH (RARE)



(Centroscymnus Coelolepis)

Also called Portuguese Shark
TEETH LIKE KITEFIN, AWESOME
A species of sleeper shark of the family Somniosidae.
Found off Australian coast

 

 

 

#SJ278-98-1

4-1/8” wide x 2-1/4” tall

Includes piece of skin 3-1/2” long x 1-1/8” wide

(1 available)

$325

   

 

#SJ278-98-2

4-3/8” wide x 2-1/4” tall

Includes piece of skin 3-1/4” long x 1-1/8” wide

(1 available)

$335

 

PRICKLY DOGFISH (RARE)



(Oxynotus Bruniensis)

A poorly known species of dogfish shark in the family Oxynotidae, inhabiting Australian and New Zealand waters.  A prominent humpback and extremely rough skin, with two enormous sail-like dorsal fins close together.  IMPRESSIVE teeth like the Kitefin.

 

 



#SJ278-99-1

1-7/8” wide x 1-1/8” tall; two dorsal fins with skin 2” tall x 3/4” wide and 1-3/4” tall x 1” wide; piece of skin 1-7/8” long x 3/4” wide; 5 connected vertebrae

Includes photo of the actual shark caught.

(1 available)

$385

 

 



#SJ278-99-2

1-7/8” wide x 1-1/4” tall

Includes 3 dorsal fins 2-7/8” tall x 3/4” wide, 1-7/8” tall x 7/8” wide with broken tip
3/4”; 7 connected vertebra; piece of skin 1-3/8” long x 1” wide (curled)

Includes photo of the actual shark caught

(1 available)

$385


 

GRAY REEF SHARK

(Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos, sometimes misspelled amblyrhynchus or amblyrhinchos)

This is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae.  One of the most common reef sharks in the Indo-Pacific.  Their aggressive demeanor enables them to dominate many other sharks species on the reef, despite their moderate size.

 

#SJ-278-100

3" wide

$20  SOLD

 
 

ROUGHSKIN DOGFISH (RARE)



(Centroscymnus Owstoni)


A sleeper shark of the family Somniosidae; these specimens were acquired in Australia.  Teeth very similar to kitefin.  AWESOME TEETH.



    


 

#SJ279-10

4-7/8” wide x 3” tall

Piece of skin 2-3/8” long x 1-1/8” wide

(1 available)

$325



     

 

#SJ279-20

3-1/2” wide x 2-1/8” tall

Includes piece of skin 3-1/2” long x 1-1/4” wide

(1 available)

$275


 

ROUGHTAIL STINGRAY JAWS

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(Dasystis centroura)

The roughtail stingray is typically found in tropical to warm temperate waters of the North Atlantic; generally dwells in muddy and sandy substrate. It can be found at a depth of up to 656 feet (200 m) and in temperatures of 59 to 79°F (15 to 26°C).  Distinguishable characteristic of the roughtail stingray is its tail, containing numerous rows of small thorns and is long, slender, and whip-like.

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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#SJ-280

4-3/4" wide x 2-1/4" tall

$95  SOLD

RAY MOUTHPLATE
 

#SJ-280-50

Stingray mouth plate
2-3/8" long x 1/2" wide x 3/8" deep

$20

 
 

SANDBAR SHARK HEAD
(common species, RARE HEAD, ever seen one?)


(C. Plumbers)

From a mature male, 7’ total length

Caught near Charleston SC

Cartilage intact, head (brain cavity, 3 vertebrae, no jaw)

measures 8-1/4” long x 5” widest x 2-1/4” tall

 

   

 

#SJ290-1

(1 available)

$250


 

SANDBAR and/or BROWN SHARK JAW

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(Carcharhinus plumbeus)

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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Sandbar shark is also known as the thickskin shark and easily identified by its very high first dorsal fin. Also, one of the world's biggest coastal sharks.

   

#SJ-290-6

15" wide

$66  SOLD

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#SJ-290-7

14" wide, stock photo 

(6 available)

$60

#SJ-290-8

13" wide, stock photo

$54  SOLD OUT

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#SJ-290-10

11" wide; stock photo

  $42  SOLD OUT

   

#SJ-290-45B

   7" wide, stock photo 

(1 available)

$20

   

#SJ-290-45C

   7" wide, stock photo 

(1 available)

$20



#SJ290-50

6" wide; stock photo

(20 available)

$18


 

#SJ-290-60

4" wide

$12

 

SANDTIGER (COMMON) SHARK

(also called Grey nurse, spotted ragged tooth shark, or blue-nurse sand tiger)

Carcharias taurus

The Smalltooth Sand Tiger usually has teeth (especially the lateral teeth) with two cusplets on each side whereas the Common Sand Tiger always has only one set of cusplets on each side of the tooth. The Smalltooth used to be very rare, but now the Common Sand Tiger has become the rarer shark. It's because the Common Sand Tiger is a shallow water species, and the fishermen have wiped out the shallow water sharks. Now they have moved to deeper water where the Smalltooth is found, and so we are seeing more of these turn up. So a Common Sand Tiger jaw is now worth more than the jaw from a Smalltooth Sand Tiger.

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Photos from the Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach of this species:

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#SJ300-D-1

15" wide

(1 available)

$694

     

#SJ300-6

12" wide

$429  SOLD

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#SJ300-7

10" wide x 12" tall

$404  SOLD

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#SJ300-8

10" wide x 12" tall

$404  SOLD

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#SJ300-10

10-1/2" wide x 7-1/4" tall

$404  SOLD

 

SAND TIGER (GREY NURSE / COMMON, Australia)

(Carcharias taurus)

The grey nurse shark (Australia), spotted ragged-tooth shark (Africa) or sand tiger shark (US and UK), Carcharias taurus, is a large shark inhabiting coastal waters worldwide, with many different names in different countries in the world. Despite a fearsome appearance and strong swimming abilities, it is a relatively placid and slow moving animal.   It is considered not aggressive unless provoked. It is considered the most widely kept shark in public aquariums around the world, due to its fairly large size, its higher adaptability to captivity than other large shark and its crooked, fierce-looking teeth

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Outer upper jaw

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Inner upper jaw

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Lower jaw

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#SJ-310-1  Measures 14-1/4" wide x 12" tall, from an 8.5' shark caught near Bunbury, Western Australia on 12/2/95.  HUGE TEETH: principal teeth 1-3/4".

$575   SOLD - Mike

 

SANDTIGER (SMALLTOOTH) SHARK

(RARE!)

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Odontaspis ferox, of the family Odontaspididae, found on the continental shelf in all tropical and subtropical oceans, at depths between 10 and 500 m. Its length is up to 3.6 m.

The smalltooth sand tiger has a short, pointed snout, small eyes, protruding spike-like teeth. Its unique teeth have DOUBLE CUSPLETS on each side of the main tooth (especially the lateral teeth).   It feeds on small bony fishes, squid and crustaceans.  Coloration is gray above, paler gray below, sometimes with red spots on the sides.

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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#SJ320-AA

18" wide  (1 available)

$904

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Upper jaw

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Lower jaw

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#S320-B

14-1/8" wide; note hole in top of cartilage where longline hook went through

$659  SOLD

     

   

#SJ-320-C

16-1/2" wide x 9" tall

(1 available)

$729

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#SJ320-D   

15-1/2" wide x 11-3/4" tall  

(1 available)  

$704 SOLD

     

   

#SJ-320-E

14-3/8" wide x 10" tall, 1" primary teeth

$679

     

   

#SJ-320-F

13-3/4" wide x 9-3/4" tall, 7/8" primary teeth

(1 available)

$604



   

   

#SJ320-G

11-3/4" wide (1 available)

$518
SOLD


   

   

#SJ320-H

15-1/2" wide (1 available)

$704


   

   

#SJ320-I

17" wide (1 available)

$750

 
 

SAWSHARK – SHORTNOSE (RARE)



(Pristiophorus nidupinnis)


This is a sawshark of the family Pristiophoridae.
Australia

 

   

#SJ330-10

1-5/8” wide x 1-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$65



   

#SJ330-12

1-5/8” wide x 1-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$65


   

#SJ330-14

1-5/8” wide x 1-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$65


 

SCHOOL or SNAPPER SHARK (RARE)



(Galeorhinus galeus)


This is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, and the only member of the genus Galeorhinus
Also called: Tope shark, soupfin shark, Snapper Shark)
Australia



  



#SJ335-15

7-3/8” wide x 5-3/8” tall

(1 available)

$90



 

 

#SJ335-20

7-1/8” wide x 5-1/4” tall

(1 available)

$85



 

#SJ335-28

6-7/8” wide x 5-1/4” tall
 
(1 available)

$75



 

 

#SJ335-35

6-1/4” wide x 4-1/4” tall

(1 available)

$70



 

 

#SJ335-40

6-1/8” wide x 5-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$65



 

 

#SJ335-50

5-1/2” wide x 4-7/8” tall

(1 available)

$55


 

SEVENGILL – BROADNOSE SHARK (RARE)



(Notorynchus cepedianus)


The only extant member of the genus Notorynchus, in the family Hexanchidae.  Seven gill slips, thick body, broad head and blunt snout (hence the name)



   

#SJ337-10

12” wide x 9” tall

(1 available)

$280



   

#SJ337-15

11-1/2” wide x 7-1/4” tall

(1 available)

$260



 

#SJ337-20

11” wide x 8” tall

(1 available)

$240



 

#SJ337-30

9-7/8” wide x 9” tall

(1 available)

$200



 

#SJ337-40

8-1/4” wide x 6-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$180



 

#SJ337-70

5-1/8” wide x 4-3/4” tall

(1 available)

$100


 

SEVEN GILL - SHARPNOSE  or 

Sevengill Cow  Shark Jaw

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(Heptranchus perlo)

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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Sharpnose 7 gill is also known as one-finned, perlon, snouted, and slender sevengill shark. Found in all oceans except the north Atlantic Ocean & Mediterranean Sea.  Found in waters up to 1870' deep but also in deep channels & bays, and prefers rocky bottom habitats. The Sharpnose is different from the other 7-gill sharks due to the lack of black spots along its body.  They grow up to 10' long and 236 pounds, life expectancy: 50 years.  It sometimes hunts in packs, an opportunistic predator that will eat almost anything (shark, dolphin, bony fishes, humans). Its predators include the great white shark.  This is one of the few species of sharks with seven pairs of gill slits whlie others usually have five.

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#SJ340-8

4-1/2" wide

$65  SOLD

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#SJ-340-10

5-1/8" wide

$75  SOLD
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#SJ340-40

6" wide

$80  SOLD

#SJ340-70

7" wide

$90





#SJ340-71

7" wide

$90  SOLD

#SJ340-72

7" wide

$90





#SJ340-73

7" wide

$90

   

#SJ340-80

6-1/2" wide

$85






#SJ340-82

6-1/2" wide

$85







#SJ340-83

6-1/2" wide

$85

   

 

#SJ340-100

7-3/4" wide

$100


 

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