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What Fish Has The Biggest Teeth

Discussion in 'Predatory Fish' started by catfish00, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. catfish00

    catfish00 Member

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    what predatory fish has the biggest teeth
     
  2. youngfisher

    youngfisher Marine Keeper..

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    Im not sure about the biggest teeth, but loads of them have big teeth.
    If your thinking about one and worried about the teeth, its not the biggest teeth you should be worried about.
    Its how sharp there teeth are.

    YF
     
  3. SimoUK

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    hmmmm... Great White? :D :lol:
     
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    Not sure in the whole of nature but in fishkeeping two species leap out at me straight away:

    This picture is pretty infamous among some circles of fishkeepers (its an african tiger fish)
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    The Payara/Vampire fish (Hydrolycus scomberoides) also has a reputation for being toothy.
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  5. england

    england channa aka snakehead

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    Alligator gar
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    Channa micropeltes
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  6. bae1994

    bae1994 Fact. Bears eat beets. Bears.Beets.Battlestar

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    a kenn dod fish lol

    no umm do whale sharks have teeth
     
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    I don't think so, they eat plankton and krill.
     
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    england channa aka snakehead

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    maco
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    great white
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    freshwater river shark
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    the Viperfish seems to have some pretty impressive gnashers
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    I was thinking these two fish aswell for fish you can actually keep.
     
  11. alhenry92

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    tiger fish are beautiful! yes, they may seem a bit aggressive, but take care of em right, i bet theyd love the right person!

    if we were talking extinct, id say megalodon.
     
  12. snake007

    snake007 Me encanta cĂ­clidos

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    Last post was in 2009 [​IMG]
     
  13. lloyd

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    Wolf fish will pack a nasty bite
     
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    +1
     
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    Hydrolycus scomberoides

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