Isurus hastalis

WireFusion





Grab the object above with your mouse, using the combinations below.

3DCT




<img src="img3d.jpg" width="475" height="400">
  

Grab the object above with your mouse, using the combinations below.

PowerPoint

Download PowerPoint slide for this 3D model (PC only) It is necessary to install the free 3DCT Viewer before this slide works in PowerPoint.

Powered By WordPress Tabs And SlidesBusby SEO Test

Image from Wikimedia/NOAA

This extinct shark is closely related to the living Mako sharks like the Shortfin Mako (Isurus oxyrinchus) shown here. Collectively this family (Lamnidae) is known as the Mackerel Sharks, in allusion to the accessory stabilizing keels that are prominently developed on either side of the tail (resembling a similar structure in Mackerels).

Height: 24.4 mm
Width: 8.1 mm
Length: 22.4 mm
Time: Miocene
Locality: Bakersfield, CA; Temblor Formation
Specimen: I. Hastalis P8127A

Chordata Chondrichthyes Elasmobranchii Lamniformes Lamnidae Isurus hastalis

Powered By WordPress Tabs And SlidesBusby SEO Test

3D model : Jensen Jones
Text: Jensen Jones

Powered By WordPress Tabs And SlidesBusby SEO Test