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Old 06-18-2015, 11:02 PM   #141
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Thanks guys! He's out and about more today and doesn't seem as skittish when someone walks up to or past the tank. He didn't eat last night but I wasn't to concerned. I'm going to try some krill tonight and see if he goes for it

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Old 06-19-2015, 12:31 AM   #142
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Meet Scooter! He's (I'm going with he but I have no idea on the sex) a Leopard Toby Puffer. Hes 9nly about 1.5" - 2" right now so he's still a little guy. I'm thinking of putting him in the 120g eventually, if I can ever catch the shrimp and move it to a different tank.

I'll get a better picture of him once he settles in more



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Awww, isn't he a little cutie pie! What a unique looking fish!
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Well the leopard puffer has been moved to a different smaller reef tank we have that houses just him and a clownfish. Today was the first time he was actually seen eating.

In his place I picked up a Bennett's Puffer who is about 4" so he's a little better suited for the 120. He is alway out and really interactive. I just got him yesterday and he already is letting me hand feed him. Here he is



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