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Archosargus probatocephalus

Archosargus probatocephalus, the sheepshead, is a marine fish that grows to 30 in, but commonly reaches . It is deep and compressed in body shape, with five or six dark bars on the side of the body over a gray background. It has sharp dorsal spines. Its diet consists of oysters, clams, and other bivalves, and barnacles, fiddler crabs, and other crustaceans. It has a hard mouth, with several rows of stubby teeth – the frontal ones roughly resembling human teeth – which help crush the shells of prey.

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These eerily human reminiscent teeth are used to break down the shells of its prey that are only one portion of their omnivore diets.

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