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Sheepshead these fish have teeth that look like humans.

Sheepshead these fish have teeth that look like humans.

Not all river monsters are fish, this was caught in lake by where I live crazy.

Dave Harrell went down to Eufaula Lake in hopes of catching some catfish, but what he caught instead was much rarer and infinitely scarier -- a 100 lb alligator snapping turtle.

%TITTLE%-  It was the only time I’ve ever caught a fish by accident, with my teeth. I was knee deep in the Middle Fork of the Flathead River in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. This river is the Grandmother of America’s Wild and Scenic River System, and was living up to its reputation. My two...-https://losporcos.com/the-middle-fork-flathead-the-source-of-wild-and-scenic-river-act.html

%TITTLE%- It was the only time I’ve ever caught a fish by accident, with my teeth. I was knee deep in the Middle Fork of the Flathead River in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. This river is the Grandmother of America’s Wild and Scenic River System, and was living up to its reputation. My two...-https://losporcos.com/the-middle-fork-flathead-the-source-of-wild-and-scenic-river-act.html

Testicle-Eating Fish: Spotted, Caught in Sweden. I've seen pictures of the actual fish, and I don't think this is it. The fish originated in Brazil and has been carried to a couple of different countries through ship ballast holds. The creepy thing about this fish is that they have human-looking teeth.

Testicle-Eating Fish: Spotted, Caught in Sweden

Testicle-Eating Fish: Spotted, Caught in Sweden. I've seen pictures of the actual fish, and I don't think this is it. The fish originated in Brazil and has been carried to a couple of different countries through ship ballast holds. The creepy thing about this fish is that they have human-looking teeth.

- * Frilled Shark * - Chlamydoselachus anguinesis, one of only two species extant of the family Chlamydoselachidae; the other being the South African Frilled Shark. This rare species tends to have wide but patchy distribution in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans -

Flaring the gills that give the species its name, a Frilled Shark swims at Japan's Awashima Marine Park. Sightings of living frilled sharks are rare, because the fish generally remain thousands of feet beneath the ocean's surface.

No, not a fish with dentures. This is a Sheephead fish, and believe it or not they're actually very closely related to Piranhas.   The flat teeth that so closely resemble our own are used to crush shellfish, and they are found across South America.

The strangely human teeth of the Pacu (Sheepshead) fish, a frugivore related to the Piranha. It's a killer fish!

The scuba diver and the mermaid

seriously, my three favorite things. water, mermaids and photography. somebody get an underwater camera and let me be their mermaid?

Great Barracuda showing teeth

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Bullhead Catfish. Caught it on a lure w/ Grandpa Bob when I was about 13.

Dangerous Fish: 10 Fish You Need to Handle With Care

argh

great white shark breaching the water, but all I see is me trying to breach the water higher and faster than him!

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