Do bowfin dogfish have teeth?

Asked by Naya Jaramillo

The bowfin (Amia calva)—also called mudfish or dogfish—is a living fossil, as it is the only living species in the ancient family Amiidae. … A predatory fish, the bowfin has a large mouth, well-developed teeth, and tubular nostrils used for smell.

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