Antarctic toothfish


Definition of Antarctic toothfish

  1. :  a large brownish toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) occurring in the Southern Ocean and sometimes caught commercially for food Like its Patagonian relative, the Antarctic toothfish … is commonly known as Chilean sea bass. Popular for their mild, fatty flesh, the slow-maturing toothfish are inherently vulnerable to overfishing. — Erik Stokstad —called also Chilean sea bass — compare patagonian toothfish


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