Some people say that betta fish have teeth, while others say they don’t. But what about your toothless catfish? Do you know if they have teeth or not? You can decide for yourself by reading this blog post! We’ll cover common myths and facts about toothless catfish, including what’s the deal with their teeth. If you’ve ever owned a fish then chances are at some point you had to learn how to properly feed them. It can be complicated: “how much food?”, “what kind of food?”. Some people say that betta fish have teeth, while others say they don’t. But what about your toothless catfish? Do you know if they have teeth or not? You can decide for yourself by reading this blog post! We’ll cover common myths and facts about toothless catfish, including what’s the deal with their teeth. One major myth is that as long as there are no visible signs of protruding teeth, then your fish is toothless. However, this isn’t entirely true. In fact, there’s a small bone located in the throat of some fish which can be used to produce sound and also act as teeth during feeding time! These bones are called “pharyngeal jaws” or pharyngostylic jaw cartilages (PJCs). They are found inside the back of the mouth near the gills on both sides of the head. One major myth is that as long as there are no visible signs of protruding teeth, then your fish is toothless. However, this isn’t entirely true . In fact , there’s a small bone located in the throat of some fish which can be used to produce sound and also act as teeth during feeding time ! These bones are called “pharyngeal jaws” or pharyngostylic jaw cartilages (PJCs). They are found inside the back of the mouth near the gills on both sides of the head. Another myth is that fish have no need for a tongue because they swallow their food whole, but this isn’t entirely true either. Their tongues aid in eating by pushing food into their mouths from behind . This happens when other fishes force them against rocks or plants to push out prey. Without a tongue, it would be difficult for toothless catfish to eat properly! Another myth is that fish have no need for a tongue because they swallow their

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