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Slide 15 shown below is the Pufferfish.

Their scientific name, Tetraodontidae, refers to their unique set of four large teeth, which they use to crush shells of their prey, mostly crustaceans and mollusks. When threatened, they suck in water and puff themselves up to about three times their original size, fending off attackers. Most of the pufferfish species are poisonous, and a few are among the most poisonous vertebrates on the planet.

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Click link below for article and 15 slides:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/pets-animals/unique-undersea-creatures/ss-BBAshIo#image=1

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