The Tiger Puffer is a small form of coral reef fish.
"Round and covered in numerous small spines, this fish's internal organs contain a powerful poison. Young fish live on the seabed, but adults migrate for great distances, returning to their birthplace for mating season.
[Warning: Deadly Poison]
Blowfish poison is expressed in mouse units (MU). A poison that can kill a 20g mouse in 30 minutes is a 1 MU poison. The lethal dose for a human is 10,000 MU, and a tiger puffer is said to have enough poison in one organ to kill 10 people.
The tiger puffer is not poisonous at birth but instead accumulates poison from its food."
Tiger Puffers are often seen under glows in the Wild Channel.
This small fish can be found in Gatama Atoll, at coordinates E-3, C-7 and C-8, under glows near giant clams and patches of coral.
These small fish are found swimming solitarily, or in small groups of two or three, but never with anything other than more Tiger Puffers. They swim about and respond positively to food, but they inflate when poked.