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Dog Face Puffer's Teeth
Old 08-22-2006, 07:02 PM   #11
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Unfortunately I have seen him puff. He puffed going into the tank. He has since developed Ich which I am treating and he has partially puffed due to the fact he is probably itching to death. I figured out he was ramming into the live rock because he is irritated. He is very cool though. We named him Falcor (the luck dragon off the neverending story). I also have come to the conclusion he is a bit constipated if that makes any sense. I have yet to see him poop in over a week and he gets to looking bad when he changes color and curles up under a rock. He is doing fine atm swimming to the "food heaven" and waiting for me to give in. HAHAHA! BTW do these guys ever stop wanting food?
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Old 09-19-2006, 08:51 PM   #12
 
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Excuse my ignorance, but is the dog faced puffer the marine fish that is chubby and looks like it has bunny teeth? I saw one at an amazing fish store (that I do not work at), and thought it looked like someone had drawn teeth on a cartoon fish. Very cool :D
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