Clown Triggerfish



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The Clown Triggerfish is a striking shade of color, making this species a sought-after addition to the home aquarium. It is believed that the Clown Triggerfish is found along the outer and the inner portions of a reef in wild, in areas where shellfish and invertebrates are discovered. One of the most vibrant of the fish, it is also considered to be one among the more aggressive kept fish in aquariums. It is important to be cautious when selecting the tank's companions and selecting other aggressive big fish. The design of the tank must be according to the ability of Clown Triggerfish to rearrange it. It needs a varied diet that includes meaty food items such as Krill, squid small fish, clams, and shrimp with hard shells to wear down their teeth that are constantly growing. Approximate Size of Purchase: Baby: 1/2" to 1"; Small: 1" to 2"; Small/Medium 2" to 3" Medium: 3" to 4 1/4"; Medium/Large 4 1/4" to 5" Large: 5" to 6" X Large 6" to 7" XXLarge: 8" to 9"  
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General information regarding Clown Triggerfish The Clown Triggerfish is a striking hue, which makes this species a desired addition to your aquarium in your home. This Clown Triggerfish is found along the outer and inner parts of reefs on the sea, in areas where shellfish and other invertebrates can be located. One of the most vibrant species, it also happens to be considered to be one very aggressive kept home aquarium inhabitants. Be cautious when selecting the tank's companions by selecting more large, aggressive tank mates. The decor of the tank should be according to the ability of Clown Triggerfish to rearrange it.
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6 lbs


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