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Mako Shark


The mako shark is found all over the world. They are very diverse and so you will find some that live in warm waters while others live in colder temperatures. Some live close to the shores in shallow water while others prefer the depths of the ocean. The vast majority of mako sharks are found in the waters surrounding Tahiti.

People are encouraged to watch out for the mako sharp. While they don’t eat people or large animals they have been known to aggressively attack. They don’t like people in their environment as they view them as a threat. Many people don’t think the mako is anything to worry about due to their small size but that isn’t true.

Facts about the Mako Shark

You may see a mako shark leaping out of the water from time to time. There isn’t any known reason why they do this. It may be to search for food that is above the surface. Some people assume they do so for air but that isn’t necessary for this species of shark or any other.

They are also the fastest of all species of sharks in the world. They can swim at a top speed of 60 miles per hour when they are migrating or hunting for food. The generally swim at a speed of about 35 miles an hour on a regular basis.

Mako sharks are often hunted for sport since they aren’t very large. Many trophy hunters want to mount one of their wall. They are very fast swimmers though so being able to get one takes a great deal of patience and skill.


Introducing a Lego Wild Life serie dedicated to the Ocean: The Mako Shark, swimming in deep water.

This clean presentation nearly without pins and with a black bordured base as seen in the Lego Architecture serie will bring a piece of nature in your room, with a real feeling of movement.

Spécifications:  Stand with black flat bordures - Realistic look with only a few visible pins - Many moving parts: shark's jaws and flippers, tail with 2 articulations for natural movement - This set also includes many fishes and a black ray.

779 bricks

A real piece of art in your room

Other sharks and orca comming soon so please support to bring a few culture and respect of the ocean to our children.

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