Saw Shark

Interesting Facts:

1. Found in the Bahamas, South Africa, Australia, and Japan

2. Has about 48 teeth on its snout.

3. Eats other Fish and crustaceans by fast movement side to side with its sharp snout to cut prey so it can swallow them easier

4. Sawfish are larger, do not have barbels, and its gills are located on the bottom side Barbels- Long "whiskers" on the side of the snout

Has about 3 to 22 babies in a lifetime

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