Which fish has the most teeth?
A fish called the Pacific lingcod has one of nature’s toothiest mouths, with about 555 teeth lining its two sets of jaws.
How many types of fish teeth are there?
The four main categories of fish teeth are: canines, molars, incisors and fused into plates. The four main types of fish teeth.
Do salmon have teeth?
In mature male coho salmon, the upper jaw forms an elongated hooked snout and the teeth become greatly enlarged.