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Fish in danger
The sawfish is one of the strangest animals of the seabed. It is part of the ray family and can measure up to six meters in length. The saw at the end of its mouth measures on average 1.50 meters. This saw is called a rostrum and discourages many sharks from attacking it. Highly coveted for its rostrum, the sawfish is unfortunately widely threatened with extinction due to poaching.
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