Super Tiny Juvenile Canthigaster jamestyleri

by | May 24, 2017 | Fish, Reef, Science | 0 comments

pufferHello again, I have a super tiny quarter inch puffer fish for you all today called a Canthigaster jamestyleri found super deep off the coast of St. Eustatius. These puffers are very similar to the shallow species which I used to post all the time for you called a sharpnose puffer you can use the search box above to check those out and refresh the o’l memory. If disturbed like other puffers, they can inflate themselves into a small balloon which come in handy if your being eaten. Also as an added bonus, the word is underwater from prey species is that they just plain don’t taste that great anyway. MORE


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