Record: 365lbs, Keem Bay, Achill , 1932
Porbeagle Shark – suspended from ISFC list of eligible species
Body stout, gill-slits and eye rather large. Tail-fin set vertically, with the upper lobe somewhat the larger. A keel on each side of the tail column and a smaller seco ndary keel on the tail below it. Second dorsal small, placed over the anal fin. Teeth long, slender with (in the adult) small secondary cusps at their base. Brownish or greyish. Grows to over 400 lb.
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