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17418
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Morris illustrates how the pufferfish can blow itself up to a large size.
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17413
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The puffer is a bizarre-looking fish. Its skin is like sandpaper. It has buck teeth. When alarms, they pull in water or air and expand to a ridiculous size. And puffers can be poisonous. Blowtoad is the most common name for it, along with others like balloonfish, globefish, and blowfish. Morris describes how to fillet and cook the puffer.
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