Africa and Australia and in the Caribbean
Sawfishes are a group of shark-like rays which haunt the muddy shallows of tropical bays, rivers and lakes.
When a suitable prey swims by, the normally lethargic sawfish will spring from the bottom and slash at it furiously with its saw. This generally stuns or injures the prey sufficiently for the sawfish to devour it without much resistance.
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