Fahaka puffer, is a popular aquarium fish known for its unique appearance and personality. Native to the rivers and freshwater lakes of Africa, this puffer is a carnivore and requires a diet of live or frozen foods to thrive. They have a strong jaw and sharp teeth, which they use to crush the shells of snails and other invertebrates. They are also known for their ability to inflate their body, making them appear larger and more intimidating to potential predators. However, in a home aquarium setting, they are generally peaceful and can make for an interesting addition to a larger community tank. It is important to note that they can grow quite large, reaching up to 18 inches in length, and require a spacious tank with plenty of hiding spots and areas to explore.