Porcupine Pufferfish have a very strong, parrot-like beak, formed by the fusing of the teeth on each jaw. They use this to crush through shells of prey that might otherwise be indigestible.
When threatened, Pufferfish can inflate their body size by up to 3 times, making them a more intimidating target for any would-be predators.
What do they eat?
Molluscs and Crustaceans
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