The arrowtooth flounder that is often confused with “halibut” have large needle like teeth that become soft when cooked. These flounder are common in south central waters of Alaska, but you will not find them in south eastern waters of Alaska. Other than this, Halibut will not have large teeth, some may even lack teeth on one side of their mouths. Though they can live up to 40 years and grow to be over 500 lbs, the Halibut posess relatively small teeth.
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