What are the puffers predators?
Sharks are one of the predators of the puffer fish. The shark can eat the fish without being harmed by the toxins from the fish. Other fish are also predators but they will usually be killed by the toxins.
Yes you can, Puffer's toxin evolved as a response to aquatic predators such as larger fish, rather than for use against humans. Although a puffers toxin can kill humans. Note also, not all puffers are poisonous; Takifugu oblongus, for example, is one of the fugu puffers that is not poisonous. However, it should be noted that puffer's neurotoxin is not necessarily as toxic to other animals as it is to humans, and puffers are eaten…
Puffers require a diet of hard shelled meaty foods, such as: clams, crabs, oysters, scallops, crayfish, and snails. Freezedried foods have been linked to loch-jaw, which is deadly for puffers. Certain puffers, such as Green Spotted Puffers are omnivorous and eat plant material (such as dried seaweed) added to their diet.
Well usually puffers are kept in species tanks but puffers can tolerate corys or smaller plecos but only with some puffers e.g amazon puffer or pygmy puffer or figure of 8 puffer wheras a congo puffer will eat pretty much any other fish in its tank .... Also puffers are fin nippers so no long fined fish or fantailed fish
Green Spotted Puffers (and most other puffers) are nearly impossible to breed in captivity, and exact procedure has never been recorded. Puffers lay eggs, they don't become "pregnant". It's thought that the female will lay her eggs on a slate stone and the male will fertilize and fan them with his tail. GreenSpottedPuffer.Net
It depends on the Puffer. Some puffers (like the Green Spotted Puffer) are omnivorous and will eat any plants put in the tank. Other puffers, like the Dwarf Puffer need a very heavily planted tank to feel safe and secure. Puffers are happy as long as there is a lot of decor to explore and places to hide. -Hannah- GreenSpottedPuffer.net
Puffer fish eat a wide variety of food. A few puffers have a diet consisting of mainly fish, but most need a diet of hard-shelled meaty foods, such as crabs, crayfish, clams, scallops, snails, and mussels. Puffers need to regularly wear down their teeth on the shells of hard foods to keep them from over-growing. Some puffers are omnivorous and eat plant material along with other foods. greenspottedpuffer.com