Fish rondo moto, or lamb chopping head caught in North Carolina in early August. Its teeth are like human teeth
A fishing trip that will make you smile … In early August, Nathan Martin, a 30-year-old American from North Carolina, caught a very original fish, the photo of which appeared on social media, according to reports. BBC.
His privacy? Its teeth look as strange as human teeth. The fish actually has multiple incisions and multiple row molars on the front of its jaw, as seen in the photo shared by the fisherman. The BBC explains that its teeth “make it possible to break the shells of oysters, oysters and other shells”.
Known as the “rondo mutton” or “back-up sheep head”, this omnivorous species can reach heights of more than 90 centimeters and weigh about 10 kilograms. It lives mainly on the east coast of the United States, up to the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, identifying an expert Western France. So it is relatively unknown because it is so local, for example no species has been recorded in Europe.
“This fish poses no danger to humans,” the expert explains to our colleagues. On the other hand, it is edible and is often cooked in the Caribbean and the United States.
The lucky fisherman did not mention whether he had cooked or released his fish. Anyway, he has a very sweet memory: “It was a great catch, it was great,” he said in an interview. McLeod News.
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