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Payara (Hydrolycus armatus)

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( This post was last modified: 03-19-2017, 10:33 PM by epaiva )

Payara (Hydrolycus armatus) Research of measurements of Huge Fangs
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Research on Size of Payara Huge fangs: a few years ago I was really curious to see the real size of Payaras big teeth after reading in the web and in books that their huge teeth grow up to 6 

inches long (15 cm) it really looked like too large for me so I went to different Museums in Caracas, Venezuela and found information from Fishermen and from one of the Best Expert filming 

wild fresh water fishes in South America my Friend  Ivan Mikolji and found out that the truth is very far from what I saw before, Mr Frank Magallanes who was the owner of a website that especializes in Piranhas and other predatory fishes told me that it was ok for him to publish it in his website. Hope you like the article and the pictures.
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