An interesting version of the mako shark (isurus paucus) with its tail sweeping back toward his head. Carved from Solomon Island kerosene wood (cordia subcordata), with a row of carved teeth representing the 11 to 13 rows of teeth that the live animal has.
Personally collected Compadre Voyage
20.5"L x 7"W x 8"H
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