They have big, sharp teeth, long eel-like bodies, and they look like they could bite your fingers right off—but Jonathan can pet them. They’re Wolffish, and in this video Jonathan visits both Atlantic and Pacific species. You won’t believe the amazing encounters he has with these friendly but mean-looking fish. Please see the accompanying study guide for educational objectives and discussion points.
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