Historically, largetooth sawfish preferred shallow, brackish waters, and were found on the east and west sides of the Atlantic Ocean (along the coasts of Africa and South America to the southern United States). Today, largetooth sawfish have a smaller range in these areas, and live primarily in freshwater areas near Africa, as well as Central and South America. The largetooth sawfish along the South American coast migrate north as far as the Texas/Gulf of Mexico region.
Largetooth Sawfish live in freshwater near Central and South America and West Africa. At one time, they migrated up to the Gulf of Mexico, but it is thought they do not do that now. Today, it is believed that they stay in the same region.
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