They are found at depths of up to nine thousand feet, and their abnormally large teeth allow them to grip onto their prey with vigorous determination. Not a lot of their reproductive information is known due to the depths at which they linger, but it is assumed they lay eggs that then need to be fertilized. The idea of this monster making more of itself is a scary thought indeed. Also, they are not big fish which makes them easily preyed upon by sharks and even some dolphins. Due to the depths they live they have a large stomach for storing food and can go several days without eating. It's one tough, scary fish.
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