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Stoplights Loosejaw Malacosteus niger
Classe - Actinopterygii
Ordem - Stomiiformes
Família - Stomiidae
The Stoplight Loosejaw (Malacosteus niger) has an enormous lower jaw that can be extended far in front of the fish. The long, inward pointing teeth on the jaw act as hooks to grab a prey object while the jaw retracts quickly drawing the prey into the mouth. There is no skin connecting the lower jaw bones in order to reduce drag in the water when the jaw is retracted
There is a comma-shaped photophore under the eye and a circular photophore behind the eye. In life, these photophores are red and green respectively.
The head and body are black.