Small Barracuda

Great Barracuda (Spyraena barracuda) have unique dental work. The teeth appear randomly placed but all Barracuda have the exact same dental arrangement unless of course a tooth is broken. There long needlelike teeth actually each have their own hole on the opposing jaw.

Barracuda are found worldwide in tropical waters. There are six seperate species, the largest being the Great Barracuda! In the Atlantic the Great Barracuda ranks as the No.1 carrier of ciguatera poisoning. Although most cuda don’t carry the toxin.