Some lizards, like the frilled lizard or the thorny dragonshow their frills. Family description Tetraodontidae Pufferfish Tetraodontidae are known for their unique way of swimming, their very interesting personality and of course their ability to puff up. Most pufferfish, when they inflate, release a dangerous chemical on their skin, which is known as tetrodotoxin or TTX, a chemical times more toxic than cyanide. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Tetraodontidae. Tags from the story.
They are not to be confused with the porcupinefish, which belong to a different family.
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A larger tank might be needed for fully-grown specimens. That is something way too awesome to read. Tags eats shrimp, eats crab, eats bivalve clams mussels scallops, eats snails, eats sea urchin. They are sometimes collectively called pufferfish not to be confused with the morphologically similar and closely related Tetraodontidaewhich are more commonly given this name. Can be a threat to many invertebrates This species eats shrimps, crayfish, crabs, small bivalves, sea urchins, snails and similar. Aye-ayes can find food by tapping wood.