Fish, Dog Face Puffer, Arothron nigropunctatus, HD - Stock video

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Stock video ID:472479113
Upload date:June 09, 2015

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The Arothron Dog Face Puffer fish, also known as the Blackspotted Puffer fish, gets its name from its resemblance to canines. It changes appearance during different stages of life. While in the gray phase, it is gray with black markings around the mouth, eyes, and dorsal fin. The pectoral fins have a yellow appearance. Puffers are relatively hardy and adapt well to captivity if provided with swimming room, a varied meaty diet, and a few hiding places.
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