Do you think there’s a fish with human-like teeth? Have you seen one? Well there are, it’s called Pacu and the Sheepshead fish.
1. The Pacu Fish
Pacu is related to the meat-eating piranha, both sharing the same subfamily Serrasalminae, but they have different diets. Piranha is carnivorous proof of it are the sharp pointy teeth, while pacu is omnivorous with a squarer and straighter teeth like the humans.
Pacu is a South American freshwater fish found in most rivers and streams in the Amazon and Orinoco River and was artificially introduced in Papua New Guinea to help the local fish industries.
This fish uses its teeth to crush nuts, fruits and some vegetables, but sometimes they also eat other fish and invertebrates.