The jaw is wide with most of its teeth intact. The teeth on the bottom left are worn. The bottom jaw line is cracked on the left. The back looks good. The coloring is creamy white.
These real mako shark jaws are all specimen quality and are thoroughly cleaned. They come from common shortfin mako sharks in Baja, Mexico.
Mako sharks are subject to CITES II and are not for export outside of the United States.