Posted on 03 July 2009
sheepshead have the same kind of teeth. they are made that way to enable them to break open clam and barnacle shells because that is what their main diet consists of. hence the nickname “shellcrackers”. i would imagine these fish are set up for much the same type of eating habits.
it’s obviously photoshopped, the teeth are a different pair in each photo
Real or Fake ? whats the source of the post ?
one of these is a sheepshead, which is a real fish
whether the one with the tongue-looking appendage is real im uncertain, but sheepshead are real
these are completely real, just seen them on monster fish on nat geo wild. they have teeth like that because they eat fallen fruit and the human-like teeth combined with their strong muscular jaws provide a huge bite force
It’s obvious that those are two different species of fish by the mouth, eye, and nose structures. The first one is a freshwater Pacu. The second and third pictures are of a Sheepshead fish. Both were identified by scientists a long time ago, not sure where that BS headline came from.
It’s not photoshopped – look up “Archosargus probatocephalus” or as Corey says “Sheeps head” – it’s real not fake, scientists have known about it for a long time.
it’s a real fish called pacu. featured on the tv show “hooked” look at the link.
this is real, there was one found in my town. it is a pacu fish a relative of the pirahna.
Pacu for sure. pirhanna relative. have owned a few. they grow fast and you can hear them crunching food pellets through the glass in the aquarium
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