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Old 12-29-2009, 07:46 PM   #1
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spotted pufferfish question

hello. i recently got a "spotted pufferfish" from a walmart. i know they are very tricky to keep but i thought i would give it a whirl.
he/she is all by theirself in a 20 gallon tank. with the amount of Aquarium salt put in that was stated on the description of them at walmart.
i was mainly wondering if they commonly bump into the walls of aquariums and if its normal for their color scheme to lighten up a bit.

thanks in advance for the help
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