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3 horrifying freshwater fish that can take down the frilled shark

1.Dogtooth.



Cynodontidae, also known as dogtooth characins or vampire tetras, are a family of predatory, characiform freshwater fishes from South America. This group is not very diverse, and includes only five genera and 14 species. 

2.Goblin shark

The goblin shark is a rare species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a "living fossil", it is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some 125 million years old. 

The Goblin Shark mostly feeds on fish, mollusks and crab, and it poses no real danger to humans. It lives in very deep water, far from humans, and it is thought to be a poor swimmer and have bad eyesight. There are no reported incidents of Goblin Sharksattacking humans.

In the western Atlantic Ocean they have been found in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Brazil, and other portions of South America. In the eastern Atlantic Ocean specimens have been recorded near France, Portugal, and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

3.Grenadier

Grenadiers or rattails are generally large, brown to black gadiform marine fish of the subfamily Macrourinae, the largest subfamily of the family Macrouridae. Found at great depths from the Arctic to Antarctic, members of this subfamily are... 

Blue grenadier has a delicate, sweet, succulent flavour, with moist flesh that flakes easily. When raw, its flesh is soft and requires careful handling. It is most suited to frying or baking because of the low oiliness of the species, but it is also excellent for grilling or barbecuing.

The blue grenadier is a very important commercial species in Australia. They are mostly caught in the south-east, off southern New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia and are considered very good eating, particularly when fresh.

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