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Encyclopedia > Lamnidae

Lamnidae is a family of sharks. There are 35 shark families total. Members of Lamnidae are Great White Shark, Porbeagle, Salmon Shark, Shortfin Mako, Longfin Mako.


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Lamnidae shark family (1374 words)
All 5 members of this Lamnidae family; white, shortfin and longfin mako, porbeagle and salmon sharks, have a lot of characteristics in common.
Members of the Lamnidae family are the white, longfin mako, shortfin mako, salmon shark and the porbeagle.
All Lamnidae family sharks have cold solid fl eyes as shown in the photos, and no protective membrane for the eyes.
Shortfin mako shark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (375 words)
The shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, ("sharp nose") is a large shark of the Lamnidae family.
Shortfin makos are renowned for their speed and their ability to leap out of the water.
Mako sharks have a better hydrodynamic shape than all other sharks, and this, combined with the lamnidae's typical high aerobic muscle mass, reflects in the spectacular speed and agility of both the longfin and shortfin sharks
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