Are Both Jaws of the Fish Equally Movable?


No, the upper jaw doesn't move, it's stationary. Fish jaws follow a number of consistent patterns, determined by a fish's habitat and diet. In some, the upper 'lip' is relatively short and the lower jaw meets it at a steep angle.
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