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Contents this page: TOPE, VIPER FISH, WHITEFIN SWELL, WHITE TIP-OCEANIC and REEF, WOBBEGONG, ZEBRA Shark jaws  (SJ-475 to SJ-501 series)
 

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TOPE SHARK

(also called School, Soupfin or Snapper) 

(Galeorhinus galeus)

A hound shark of the family Triakidae, the only member of the genus Galeorhinus, found worldwide in subtropical seas at depths of up to 550 meters (1,800 ft). It grows to 2 meters (6 ft 7 in) long.

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#SJ-475

RARE shark head with natural skin, eyes, teeth, tongue (floor of mouth), vertebrae (seen from back)

5-1/2" wide x 8" tall x 3-3/4" thick

$125  SOLD

 

VIPER FISH

Genus Chauliodus.  Okay, it's not a shark.  But it's cool, right?  A saltwater fish with long, needle-like teeth and hinged lower jaws, the viper fish grows to 12-14" long.  A fierce predator in the very deep part of the sea, believed to attack its prey by luring the victum close with a light-producing organ.

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#SJ477-1

Average 2" wide; Stock photo

(12 available)

$22 ea

 

 

WHITEFIN SWELL SHARK (RARE)



(Cephaloscyllium albipinnum)

A little-known species of catshark, belonging to the family Scyliorhinidae, endemic to southeastern Australia







#SJ478-10

7-3/4” wide x 3-1/2” tall

(1 available)

$250





#SJ478-30

5-1/2” wide x 3-3/4” tall

$225 
SOLD


 

WHITE TIP, OCEANIC SHARK JAWS

 (Carcharhinus limbatus)

.A  large pelagic shark inhabiting tropical and warm temperate seas. Its stocky body is most notable for its long, white-tipped, rounded fins. This aggressive but slow-moving fish dominates feeding frenzies, and is a danger to shipwreck or air crash survivors.

 

#SJ-479-1

9" wide x 7-1/2" tall

$85SOLD

 

WHITE TIP (REEF) SHARK JAWS

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(Triaenodon obesus)

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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One of Heidi's favorites!

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#SJ480-3

10" wide x 6" tall

(1 available)

$129

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#SJ480-4

10" wide x 6" tall

(2 available)

$129



#SJ480-5

10-1/4" wide x 6-1/2" tall

$134

#SJ480-20

9" wide, stock photo

(5  available)

$115 each

#SJ480-30

8" wide, stock photo

(21  available)

$105 each

#SJ480-40

7" wide, stock photo

(23 available)

$90 each

#SJ480-50

6" wide, stock photo

(13  available)

$75 each

#SJ480-60

5" wide, stock photo

(13 available)

$55 each

#SJ480-70

4" wide, stock photo

(21 available)

$45

#SJ480-80

3" wide, stock photo

(25 available)

$35


 

 WOBBEGONG Shark Jaw

(Orectolobus japonicus)

Commonly called a carpet shark with its camouflage pattern, found in shallow temperate and warmer waters.  These bottom dwellers reach a maximum of 4 ft and are usually not dangerous to human unless stepped on, caught off guard or provoked.  "Wobbegong" means "shaggy beard" in the Aboriginal language.  Specimens come from as far south as Australia, as far north as Japan.



#SJ490-10

7" wide

$95


#SJ490-20

6-1/2" wide

$90


#SJ490-21

6-1/2" wide

$90


#SJ490-30

5-1/2" wide

$85
SOLD

 

 

WOBBEGONG – ORNATE (RARE) Jaw



(Orectolobus Ornatus)

It is a species of carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae.
Western Australia
Shark caught was 8’ long, caught in May of 2016



 

 



#SJ491-5

PRISTINE JAW, 13” wide x 9” tall

(1 available)

$775 
 SOLD to Rich


 

ZEBRA BULLHEAD Shark Jaw

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(Heterodontus zebra)

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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Unusual because the front teeth are sharp to catch shrimp, the back teeth are grinders to chew; rows of teeth so perfect and tiny, so MANY rows.  A wonder to behold.



#SJ500-A

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

$85
SOLD




#SJ500-F

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

$65  SOLD
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#SJ-500-G

2-5/8" wide x 2-3/4" tall

(1 available)

$65

 

ZEBRA Shark Jaw

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(Stegostoma fasciatum or varium)

The zebra shark is sometimes called the leopard shark and the only member of the Stegostoma family, and are nocturnal.

#SJ501-2

6-1/2" wide; stock photo

(9 available)

$110 each

#SJ501-4

6" wide; stock photo

 (44 available)

$95 each

#SJ501-6

5" wide; stock photo

 (53 available)

$85 each

#SJ501-15

4" wide; stock photo

 (22 available)

$70 each

 

 

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