Puffer fish has poison in its internal organs and skin.
|Scientific name||Takifugu alboplumbeus|
|English name||Takifugu alboplumbeus|
|Classification details||Tetraodontiformes Diodontidae|
|Distribution||Sea near Japan to East Asia|
A blowfish about 10 cm long. It is not edible because its internal organs and skin contain puffer poison.
The dark brown back has white spots. There are black spots at the base of the pectoral and anal fins. There are no spots under the eyes and they are white. It has small spines on its abdomen. The tip of the caudal fin is slightly yellow.
Swimming speed is not so fast.
Inhabits sandy areas and reefs near the coast. Also found in brackish waters. Sometimes it burrows in the sand. They lay eggs all at once on the night of spring tide.
Miura Peninsula Arasaki
A few were swimming near the tide pool in Arasaki. There is a feeling of being on the beach.
Dozens of them were swimming in the foreshore sandy area.
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