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Longhorn Cowfish | by Ransomed63
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Longhorn Cowfish

Longhorn Cowfish, Lactoria cornuta The Longhorn Cowfish inhabit the reefs of the Indo-Pacific, usually in the less turbid waters. The body is tan to yellow and covered with white and blue dots. Like many other boxfish, the Cowfish Longhorn's skin is poisonous and, when threatened, it will release a toxin lethal to other tank members, including other Longhorns.



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Taken on March 11, 2014