Black bream uses their teeth to pry out worms and other small animals such as mussels out of rocky areas. They also eat small shrimp and fish.
Bream grow fairly slowly in comparison to other fish; some grow less than half an inch per year as they get older. Bream are also hermaphroditic, meaning they can display both male and female characteristics. Bream can also spawn more than once a season, and their eggs sink to the bottom of the river or inlet.Learn more about Fish