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Adult Patagonian Toothfish reach lengths of up to 7.5 feet (more than 2 m) and weights of 220 pounds (100 kg).
These largest adults live near the bottom, in very deep water (over 12,000 feet/3800 m), where they hunt other fishes, squids, and crustaceans.
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Dissostichus Eleginoides The Patagonian Toothfish is a relatively large species of deep-sea predator that gets its name from the region where it was discovered (Patagonia, South America) and its strong, pointy teeth.
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