Pufferfish, also known as blowfish, is a group of fish species known for their unique defensive mechanism. They can inflate their bodies with water or air to make themselves appear larger and more difficult to swallow.
There are over 120 species of pufferfish, ranging in size from just a few inches to over two feet long. If you already have plates, you can introduce the dwarf pufferfish in the tank and see how it goes.
In the wild, they feed on various foods, including algae, invertebrates, and small fish. In captivity, they should be fed meaty foods like shrimp or krill and plant-based foods like spirulina. Trained professionals should only handle Pufferfish and should never be consumed unless prepared by a highly skilled and experienced chef.