, there is a species known as the "Dracula fish", so named because it has fangs. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dra…
The fangs on the lower jaw of a Fangtooth fish are so large that they slide into specially formed pockets in the roof of the mouth when the jaw is closed. These pockets extend into sockets on either side of the brain. seasky.org/deep-sea/fangt…
The dracula fish is a freshwater fish endemic to Burma. Male dracula fish have protruding tooth-like bones stemming from their jawbones. Its ancestors lost their true teeth around 50 million years ago, but re-evolved its bone fangs as a replacement around 30 million years ago. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dra…
The Fangtooth fish has the largest teeth of any fish in the ocean (proportionate to body size), they can never fully close their mouths. The fish have evolved a pair of opposing sockets on either side of the brain to accommodate the two largest fangs when the mouth is partially closed. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/F…
Marilyn Bell, at age 16, became the first person to swim across Lake Ontario in 1954. Her 32 mile route was greatly lengthened by high wind and high waves. Fanged lamprey eels attacked her in 65 degree water. It took her 21 hours. She is still alive today. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mar…

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