Regal angelfish



The regal angelfish, Pygoplites diacanthus, is a member of the bristletooth family. It has fine, hairlike teeth to nip on coral polyps, sponges, and tunicates.

Sea hares, on the other hand, have a radula– a toothed “tongue” that they use to scrape food from a substrate.


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