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Old 04-05-2012, 11:41 AM   #11
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These puffers grow quite large and at a rapid rate. When they feel there is not enough adequate room, bothered by other fish, or improperly fed they simply put their teeth to good use. I've maintained these puffers in the past prob. close to the 10yr mark if not more and at full growth...they do fine with fast moving and aggressive tank mates, not passive dither fish you see in most "standard" aquariums.
I have a green spotted puffer. Would a percula clown be Ok with it?

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It might work for a few hours, weeks, or months. Always remember that any tankmate is always at risk for abuse or death.

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