spotted green puffer care

The mottled green balloon is a very attractive color with a beautiful face and personality. They are usually dark green in color with black spots all over, while their belly is white. However, you can change their color to match the background. Green spotted puffer can be up to 6 inches long. They are lively, energetic, curious and very intelligent. They can easily recognize their owner and try to greet him with their large deep eyes. They have a very long life span of about 10 years. They are primarily carnivores and can feed on shrimp, snails, crickets, clams and scales.

Create an aquarium
The aquarium must be properly recirculated before the puffer fish can be added. Have a good appetite as ammonia levels can rise quickly. Therefore, it is recommended to keep it in a large aquarium. An aquarium with a solid filter should have it. Many people have a habit of keeping them in fresh water. Basically, they are brackish water fish, which means they need aquarium salt in the water, especially when they are adults. The aquarium should have plenty of plants, driftwood, and other decorations with plenty of open space in front of it. The green spotted puffer fish is a scaleless fish, so it is susceptible to infection and disease easily. Keep the water level high or you will lose it. Maintain the aquarium temperature between 24 and 28 degrees Celsius. Fellows should be chosen carefully as Green Puffer can become aggressive towards them.
Puffer fish have the ability to inflate like a balloon. They only do this when they are in undue danger. Under normal circumstances, you would rarely see them snoring. It's also not easy for them to blow up, so don't try to force them to do it.

Healing : moderate

Tank volume : 55 liters

Type : semi-aggressive

Shelf life : 10 years +

Food : Meat-based foods.

Size : 6 inches

Reproduction : Relatively difficult

Temperature : 24-28 degrees Celsius

please note:
Under natural conditions, the green-spotted pufferfish eats very difficult things. Because your teeth don't overstep their bounds. But in captivity their teeth grow excessively and this can cause them problems. Moreover, it is extremely harmful to health when ingested. Take good care of them and feed them snails, oysters, and other foods that contain shellfish just to sharpen their teeth or they will die hard.
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