The Porcupine Puffer fish is also commonly called the Porcupinefish, this fish has the typical puffer fish appearance of spines, but also has gray and mottled tan coloring alongside its body. The Porcupine Puffer fish grows to be a foot and a half long, and needs to be kept in an aquarium of at least 90 gallons in size. This fish is an omnivore and should be fed a steady diet of meaty foods, and some supplemental vegetable food as well. These fish can be semi aggressive, so it is best to keep them with other fish that can hold their own, or with more of their own kind.
Size: 1 Foot, 6 Inches at full length
Feeding: Omnivore, should be fed a wide variety of meaty foods and vegetables.
Aquarium: Saltwater aquarium, cannot be kept in a reef aquarium
Minimum Tank Size: 90 gallons
Care: Moderate care level.
Compatibility: Can be kept with other fish of the same temperament.