Puffer Fish

Puffer Fish


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    the3g_ipwn
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    I believe this is actually a porcupine fish, but it’s hard for me to tell the difference when they’re not fully inflated.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porcupinefish

    Puffer fish don’t have spines.

    dieAntagonista
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    How cute is this. It has a totally a – I’m better than you – look on its face.

    @the3g_ipwn: It does look like a porcupine fish.

    dieAntagonista
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    ^Aww. So does that mean it is indeed a puffer fish? Or that tiki doesn’t know his fishes.

    the3g_ipwn
    Member

    It’s easier to see his spines if he’s inflated.

    copypaiste
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    Teh fugu! Yum! ^o^…. x_x

    Kurtt
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    Kurtt

    “It’s like a koala bear crapped a rainbow in my brain!”

    outofocus
    Member

    Sweet. I took a picture of this sort of fish but it’s more focused on the spikes on the back.

    nyoki
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    I’d never heard of a porcupine fish until I read this:

    Porcupinefish are fish of the family Diodontidae, (order Tetraodontiformes), also commonly called blowfish (and, sometimes, “balloonfish”, pufferfish and “globefish”).

    Apparently they’re the same fish.