Do female betta fish have teeth?
Yes male betta fish do have teeth and they use those teeth to shred their prey and their opposition to pieces. They have pointy teeth that work like a paper shredder ripping up prey to shreds. When bettas latch onto each other’s fins, they do not let go. Their lower jaw is exceptionally powerful and they will shred any live worm, larva, shrim, etc. to pieces.
Yes they do. Male beta also keep their frys (their baby betas) in their mouth behind these sharp teeth for transporting them to the nest. Pretty cool.
Yes, beta fish do have teeth. They have “pointy teeth that work kinda like a paper shredder” (http://www.bettatalk.com/betta_anatomy.htm). Males aren’t the only ones with the teeth; females have the teeth too.
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