marine tanks require much more room and, most of all, way more money! Anyway, I've written several aquarium-related posts on here, and I'll link to a few of them (too many to list all of them) in a moment.
At any aquatic rate, the dog-face puffer fish (also called the
Blackspotted puffer) is really neat. Their face resembles that of a dog;
ha! Seriously, it is so weird when you see them up close. It looks like
a canine swimming underwater with most of its body chopped off. The
dog-face puffer fish lacks pelvic fins, but it still gets around pretty
good while using its dorsal, pectoral, and anal fins. The people on the
show were talking about how great their personality is and how they
really pay attention to their owners, unlike most pet fish. Hey, there
again, it sounds like a dog!
So, with that being said, if you have the room and the money for a
saltwater setup, the dog-face puffer fish would be a great addition to
your home. Like any aquarium fish, though, you need to educate yourself
about each species before mixing them with others. Since I'm only
knowledgeable about freshwater aquariums, I can't help ya with this one;
Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons - Source = en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackspotted_puffer
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